The University of Maryland and the Office of Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy celebrates Native American Indian History Month this November with the theme, “No Justice on Stolen Land.”
Events this month include the Heritage Month Kickoff: 5th Annual Maryland Commission on Indian Affairs Ceremony on Thursday, November 1 in the Stamp Colony Ballroom. The celebration will encourage a reflection on the history, achievements, and contributions of the Native American, Indigenous, and Tribal communities in Maryland and will include a panel discussion on "American Indians Thriving in Maryland", cultural performances, presentation of special awards, and much more.
Be sure not to miss the Native Roots Monologue event on November 7 in the Adele’s space in the Stamp. There you can join AISU, the American Indian Student Union, & TOTUS Spoken Word Experience for a night of poetry.
Native American Indian History Month events end with Black Indigeneity in Conversation: Reimagining Justice, a panel discussion examining justice within Blackness and Indigenous identities, on November 27 in the Prince George's Room of the Stamp.
For more information on these and many other events during Native American Indian History Month, visit stamp.umd.edu/naihm.