Native American Heritage Month

November 10, 2020

Tuesday, November 10th | 5-6pm | Join Zoom 

Caitlyn Ayoka Wicks, is Cherokee, US History Ph.D. Candidate at Indiana University, studying Native American Activism in the 20th and 21st centuries with a focus on Settler Colonialism Theory and Gender Studies influences will speak on Native youth, one of the most powerful and yet most silenced groups of voices in the United States and Canada today. Voices channel our ancestors' long history of activism and survival from resisting colonization, resisting removal, AIM, the Native Youth Council, IdleNoMore, #NoDAPL, and MMIWG2S, among other movements for Indigenous rights, lives, and above all - sovereignty.