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Indigenous Peoples Day

Red River United, original artwork by Anna Johnson in collarboration with Tyrel Iron Eyes
Schedule at a Glance:


Indigenous Peoples Day Opening Ceremony “Red River United”, Veterans Bridge



Fargo/West Fargo Indian Education Programming (in-district, not open to the public)


NDSU Indigenous Panel: “Indigenous Peoples Day: Lifting Native Voices and Elevating Indigenous Experiences”, Oceti Sakowin Ballroom, NDSU (livestream available) featuring: Tyrel Iron Eyes Isnala Najin Roan Eagle, Carissa Brownotter, Jaclyn Davis Wallette, and Danny Luecke

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Virtual Lunch and Learn: “Indigenous Representation in Film: Reservation Dogs and Rutherford Falls” featuring: Anna Johnson, Artist, Joe Williams, Director of Native American Programs, Plains Art Museum, Paulette Moore, Director, “The Eagle and the Condor", and Caleb Abrams, Director and Consultant for “Dexter”, and Falcon Gott, Filmmaker

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Virtual Lunch and Learn: “The State of Indian Education: Leadership Perspectives from the Field” featuring: Julian Guerrero, Director, Office of Indian Education, Jane Harstad, Director; MN Office of American Indian Education , Delores Gabbard, Moorhead Public Schools Indian Education Program, Amy Zanotti, Moorhead Public Schools District Data Coach

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Virtual Learning Session: “COVID-19 Vaccination Hesitancy and Vaccination Barriers in Indigenous Communities”, presented by the NDSU American Indian Public Health Resource Center
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Virtual Learning Session: “Food Security in Uncertain Times”, presented by Carissa Brownotter, Emergency Food Pantry
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Virtual Learning Session: “Risk and Resilience: Understanding How Trafficking Impacts Indigenous People and Connecting Community and Culture”, presented by Anne LaFrinier, Someplace Safe
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Virtual Learning Session: “Native Youth: Strengths and Leadership”, presented by Youthworks
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NDSU Featured Speaker Dakota Goodhouse: “Makhoche Waste, The Beautiful Country: An Indigenous Geography”, Anishinaabe Theater, NDSU

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4:30-6:00pm (or until food is gone)

Moorhead Indian Education Powwow Food Truck Meal, Fry Bread Tacos, West Side of Moorhead High School, 2300 4th Ave. S.


Moorhead Indian Education Powwow Grand Entry, Moorhead High School

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