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CHICAGO - In honor of Native American Heritage Month, "A Celebration of Indigenous Resilience" will be presented today at Loyola University's Bremner Lounge, located at 1125 Loyola Avenue, today at 4:00 pm.
Bremner Lounge is Located in the Centennial Forum Student Union, CFSU
This program is designed to raise awareness about contemporary American Indians and their culture by:
The guest speaker will be Dr. Ted Karamanski, professor of history from Loyola University.
An expression of art with singing and dancing will be provided by the Black Hawk Performance Company.
Dr. Dorene Wiese, White Earth Ojibwe, will facilitate the wrap up session and provide a closing prayer.
What: A Celebration of Indigenous Resilience
When: Wednesday, November 16
Time: 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm cst
Where: Loyola University
Centennial Forum Student Union, CFSU
1125 Loyola Avenue
posted November 16, 2011 10:25 am est
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