MESA, NASA announce 2023 Native American Heritage Month calendar

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October 23, 2023  |  By Nick Pfost

The Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs, Native American Student Association, and partners across campus are delighted to share an a rich and timely slate of November programming at the University of Michigan in honor and celebration of Native American Heritage Month.

Native American Heritage Month is an annual observance honoring the the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors had lived in North America for hundreds of years.

Together, campus will host art exhibits, public talks, a live podcast recording, teach-in, and more, focusing in on many aspects of Native American life, history, and culture. Events include the Fall Feast, Angeline Boulley and Heather Bruegl, a celebration of NASA at 50 years, and traditional sugarbush teachings, and more!

We hope you will join us for these special events happening at the University of Michigan this November. Please visit our Native American Heritage Month calendar for an up-to-date listing of these events and links to their full details and registrations (where required). You can stay up to date on MESA events by joining our mailing list and following us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter

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