This year will be our Fifth Annual Native American Cultural Celebration titled Indigenuity: Building a Bridge to the Futurehappening October 7-9th!
While this year we will host our programming virtually, we are reaching out farther than ever to broadcast the movement of Indigenuity! Indigenuity is a term coined by our host, Dr. Dan Wildcat, to mean “indigenous ingenuity,” how traditional knowledge meets innovation! This year we have gathered together top indigenous professionals in their fields to speak on this important topic!
We have specifically designed these programs to spearhead our education movement and inspire generations to the importance of these topics! Our goal is to plant the seeds of traditional knowledge with educators and students. There is a full menu of the 3-day celebration to inspire future professionals to create sustainable solutions for our planet and all our relations.
We have something for everyone!
· Environmental Science
· Food Sovereignty
· Pop Culture
We want to invite you to share and participate! Pre-register your classroom to let us know you’re going to be tuning in! Watch the live stream on Facebook Live! A Facebook account is not required to watch! RSVP here!
Select events will take place in-house with limited seating. Pre-registration opens on September 15 for these events!
Take a look at our event calendar here! Attached to this email is a folder filled with more information, like the press release, graphics, and presenter list!
Also attached is our contest, The Knowledge is Out There; The Solution is In You! Contest deadline is September 15, 2021. Submit a solution for the planet for a chance to win cool prizes, a TV debut, and even cash! This contest is a great opportunity for students to use their imagination and intelligence to create a sustainable solution to problems we all face!
Please reach out to us with any questions you may have and we hope to see you October 7-9th!
NACC 21 Information Packet:
Contest Information Packet: The Knowledge is Out There, The Solution Is In You" is time-sensitive.
Final proposals due Sept 20th.(Extended)
With the Cultural Celebration this year, our goal is to plant the seeds of Traditional knowledge with educators and students. There is a full menu of the 3-day cultural Celebration to inspire future professionals to create sustainable solutions for our planet and all our relations.