Native American Heritage Month Celebration

Date

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Time

7:30 pm

Location

Rockefeller Hall 200-Auditorium

EarthSinger: Joan Henry,Vocalist, actress, dancer, composer, poet-lyricist, artist, percussionist, choreographer will join us in song and storytelling. Ms. Henry is both dekanogisgi (traditional song-carrier) and hahesh’kah (lead drummer), and a Native Women’s Traditional dancer. Encouraged by her elders, she founded acclaimed traditional drum group Mothers of Nations Singers & Dancers – the first women’s drum ever invited to the National Native American Veterans Powwow in Washington DC and the first to preside at Indigenous Peoples’ Day Opening Ceremonies for the United Nations – where she has since presented on healing & spirituality among First Nations women and offered opening prayers & song for the International Day of Peace and the World Indigenous Forum.

Please join us for food and celebration!

Sponsored by the ALANA Center

Contact
Kevin Collins

Department
ALANA Student Cultural Center