Celebrating 5 Indigenous films, Thursday beginning at 1:30 pm and Friday beginning at 1:15 pm
"More than a Word," 1:30 pm
"Good Meat," 3:00 pm
"Awake," 1:15 pm
"Iitoominikii," 3:00 pm
"When They were Here," 4:00 pm
SAIGS' 2nd Annual Indie-Genous Film Festival is fast approaching! Im stoked about the awesome lineup we've prepared this year! Special shout out to SAIGS team for tolerating this crazy semester, and special thanks to all those working to make this event happen, especially it's mastermind, Pat Jeffers
Share this poster, made by Allison Longtimesleeping-Reyos, so we can have record turnout! Hope to see all my Montana peeps there!!!! It's free!!!
Happy First-Day-of-Spring-2018-Semester! Best of luck to all of you attending classes!! 👍✊We have updated our weekly meeting time: Wednesdays at 2:15 pm, meet in Wilson 1-156. All are welcome!
SAIGS has some great things planned this semester, including the 2nd Annual Indie-Genous Film Festival, Take Back the Night collaborations for MMIW awareness, and AIC annual Powwow. If you'd like to be added to our email list, comment on this post with your email address and we'll be happy to add you! 😁
The Cobell Graduate Summer Research Fellowship opportunity closes on January 10, 2018.
This opportunity is available to all graduate-level stude...nts who will be conducting research during the summer under the supervision of their graduate advisor. Please be sure that all necessary documents are submitted to your OASIS account and the Cobell Graduate Summer Research Fellowship Application; incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Should any questions arise, please contact the Research and Student Success Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Welcome to the Fall 2017 semester! Our first meeting will be this Wednesday, Aug. 30 from 12-1pm in Wilson 1-156. Feel free to stop by if you're in the area. If you're not able to join the meeting but would like to add potential topics to the SAIGS agenda for this semester, please comment below. At this meeting, we'll (hopefully) be filling open positions within the SAIGS council and addressing the fall agenda. We'll keep everyone posted! Thank you all for your support!
Hey folks! Here's a great movie, food, and social opportunity coming up in Gardiner, MT. Potluck dinner and 2 show times! Bring a friend and check it out!
RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Provided at the potluck are dishes, utensils, glasses, coffee, and water. Please bring food based on your first name:...
K-O: meat dish
P-S: veggie dish
Bison themed food is absolutely welcome, as is other drinks besides coffee and water
Don't forget to RSVP!
Keep this on your radar:
We will be live-streaming Oren Lyons lecture on Thursday, April 13, starting at approx. 7:00pm from our MSU-Bozeman Native American Studies page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/55238552270/
Oren Lyons, a world-renowned indigenous rights advocate, environmental activist, and scholar, will present a lecture titled "Indigenous Views of Health" at Mont...ana State University's Museum of the Rockies on April 13.
The event, sponsored by the Center for American Indian and Rural Health Equity (CAIRHE) and MSU's Department of Native American Studies, will precede the 42nd Annual American Indian Council Powwow, which begins April 14.
Lyons (b. 1930) is a member of the Onondaga Nation of the Iroquois Confederacy. As a Faithkeeper, he upholds the history and traditions of the Turtle Clan of the Onondaga. He also works with communities around the world as an activist for indigenous and environmental justice, often addressing modern-day conflicts by sharing traditional views on the law of nature.
The event on April 13 will begin with a reception at 6 p.m. in the lobby of the Museum of the Rockies. The lecture will begin at 7 p.m. in the Museum's Hager Auditorium. SEATING IS LIMITED on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, contact Maya Bronston of CAIRHE at (406) 994-2177.
Just found this podcast. In our countries current climate, podcasting is a great way to educate people about First Nations stories, culture, connection to the land and original right of occupancy. Check out the Skoden podcast.