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Native American Festival begins!

Saturday, March 29, 3-5 PM

Stokes Multicultural Center, Stokes 106

Roots of Injustice, Seeds of Change

with Paula Palmer, Boulder Friends Meeting Indigenous Peoples Concerns Committee reservations: wsulliva@haverford.edu

Tuesday, April 1, 2:30-4 PM, and

Thursday, April 3, 2:30-4PM

MacCrate Recital Hall, Union Building

Colloquium with Navajo spiritual leader and ethicist John Co'ií Cook

In conjunction with the course "Native American Music and Belief" VISITORS WELCOME

Wednesday, April 2, 4-6 PM

Stokes Multicultural Center, Stokes 106

Public forum with Navajo spiritual leader and ethicist John Co'ií Cook

VISITORS WELCOME

Sunday, April 6

Roberts Hall, Marshall Auditorium

2:00 PM: Pre-concert dialogue:

with John Co'ií Cook and Curt Cacioppo on Navajo ceremonial practice.

3:00 PM: Concert

Concert Artist Series presents BORROMEO STRING QUARTET featuring Curt Cacioppo's "Kinaaldá: the Rite of Changing Woman” and works by Bartók and Dvořák

Thursday, April 10, 4:30-6 PM

Magill Library - Sharpless Gallery

Opening of exhibit: “As Crow Flies Counterclockwise”

Shelley DePaul, Chief of the Lenape Nation, and Pato Hebert, Mellon Creative Artist VISITORS WELCOME

The path that leads to the Gardner Integrated Athletic Center and Whitehead Campus Center. The GIAC opened in 2006.

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