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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Black Ash Basket Workshop

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Location: Dowagiac Area History Museum

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Basket-makers of the Pokagon Band will lead this interactive workshop and show how a basket is created from tree to product. This program will cost $10 to participate and make a basket (limited to 20 registrants), but community members can enter and observe for free. Pre-register to make a basket in-person at the museum or mail in check with your contact information.…

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Thursday, March 19, 2015

Relentless Tour Anti-Bullying Awareness with Anthony Lanni

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Location: Dowagiac Middle School Auditorium and Dowagiac High School Gymnasium

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Anthony Lanni, former Michigan State University basketball player, will share his personal story of having autism and being bullied to Dowagiac middle and high school students during two school-wide assemblies. He will be available for meet and greet immediately following.…

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Everything You Wanted To Know About Indians But Were Afraid To Ask by Dr. Anton (Tony) Treuer

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Location: Wiekamp Bridge

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Join us for this city-wide series of events, sponsored by local universities, exploring the arts, histories, and traditions of indigenous cultures. Dr. Anton Treuer will give a lecture on the Ojibwe language, followed by a reception. 

 

Anton Treuer is an American academic and author specializing in the Ojibwe language and American Indian studies. Dr. Anton Treuer (pronounced troy-er) is Executive Director of the American Indian Resource Center at Bemidji State University and author of 13 books.…

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Friday, March 27, 2015

Sunday, March 29, 2015

"The Absolutely True Story of a Part-time Indian" by Sherman Alexie, Moderated by Dr. Stuart Greene

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Location: Notre Dame Center for Arts & Culture 1045 W. Washington Street South Bend, IN 46601

 

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The Absolutely True Diary is a first-person narrative by Native American teenager Arnold Spirit Jr., also known as "Junior", a 14-year-old budding cartoonist. The book is a bildungsroman, detailing Arnold's life on the Spokane Indian Reservation and his decision, upon encouragement from a reservation high school teacher, to go to an all-white public high school in the off-reservation town of Reardan, Washington.…

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