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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The lack of awareness and documentation means that missing and murdered indigenous women (MIMIW) disappear “not one, but three times: in life, in the media, and in the data,” according to researchers from the Urban Indian Health Institute. Join us to learn...
POWWOW

POWWOW

Please Join us for the UW Oshkosh Inter-Tribal Student Organization Wisconsin Hall of Fame Powwow Free event.  All are welcome, come and go as you please. Grand entries are 1 pm & 7pm Powwow – is an American Indian gathering focused on dance, songs, family...

Indigenous Peoples Day

Reeve Memorial Union, Room 202 In collaboration with the Inter-Tribal Student Organization, the Student Organization of Latinos and the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence, the American Indian Student Services Office will host Indigenous Peoples Day...

Awaken Your Mind: Water, Truth & Justice

Social Justice and Earth Week: A Dialogue in Sustainability presents “Awaken Your Mind: Water, Truth & Justice,” a screening of the 2017 film “Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock.” Discussion to Follow with Dr. Heidi J. Nicholls, UWO...