Please join us at the Closing Celebration of Native American Heritage Month! Dr. Hollis Robbins, Dean of Arts & Humanities, and Dr. Wm. Gregory Sawyer, Vice President for Student Affairs, will conclude the month in community conversation centered around performing arts, music, and reflections on the month’s diverse programming. We will hear music from Twice as Good musician and instructor in Native American Studies, Paul Steward (Elem Pomo) and experience a rendition of Deer Dance/Danza Del Venado by SSU student in Theatre Arts, Tiffani Lopez.
NAHM 2020 programming at Sonoma State University is a collaboration between the Department of Native American Studies (NAMS), the HUB Cultural Center, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), and Native American Progressive Students (NAPS) Follow @ssunativeamericanstudies, @ssunaps, and @ssuhub for any event updates, and for local artist features throughout the month!