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Beyond Land Acknowledgment

with Natives at Penn

Monday, April 19, 2021 |
6:00PM - 7:00PM ET

This is a virtual event.
Group photo of the Natives at Penn members.

Location

Virtual Event - Penn Museum

Natives at Penn (formerly Six Directions) is Penn's Native student organization dedicated to increasing Indigenous awareness and visibility on campus. Join the organization in a round table discussion unpacking land recognition and ways to extend this far beyond verbal recognition. Join current members and special guest speakers in an honest dialogue about land recognition, appropriation, and how to effectively support Native communities.

Natives at Penn (NAP), founded in 1994, is a student organization representing Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native students on Penn's campus, which is on Lenape land. Undergraduate and graduate students meet with university faculty and staff to increase awareness of contemporary Indigenous issues, attend interschool events such as the All-Ivy Native Conference, attend events hosted by local tribes, and host Penn's Annual Powwow. NAP is a member of Penn's United Minorities Council, and is supported by the Albert M. Greenfield Intercultural Center (GIC).

$5 General

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