Date: Oct 11, 2021
Where: National Museum of the American Indians online virtual event
About the Event:
How are Black-Indigenous youth working to advance social justice? This Indigenous Peoples' Day program highlights youth of blended Black and Native heritage who use art, activism, and policy to advance Black?and?Indigenous?solidarity and affect positive change in their communities.?
Moderated by Amber Starks (African American and Muscogee [Creek]). Panelists include Joy Spear Chief-Morris (African American and Kainai Blood Tribe), Kyle T. Mays (Black and Saginaw Chippewa), and Autumn Rose Williams (Black and Shinnecock).
The program is free, but advance registration is required. A direct link to view the program will be emailed to registrants 24-48 hours before the program. You can per-register using this link: https://americanindian.si.edu/calendar
This program is part of the Youth in Action: Conversations about Our Future series, which features young Native activists and changemakers from across the Western Hemisphere who are working towards equity and social justice for Indigenous peoples.
The event will take place at 1pm ET. For more information, please contact Marielba Alvarez - firstname.lastname@example.org