Vibrant, Resilient, Still Here: Contemporary Native Americans in Illinois
A Road Scholar Program by Pamala Silas
Apr 25, 2022
Open to the public
Join Pamela Silas for a deep dive webinar into the contemporary realities facing Native Americans today. This program will invite participants to engage in a safe space and learn about how Native tribes have adapted, and as well as answer questions about issues that affect Native cultures today.
- How the public learns about and sees Native Americans and some of the misconceptions
- Demographic data
- Topical issues that the community has prioritized
- Common values
- Opportunities to engage
- Resources to learn more
- Engaged storytelling, song (for younger audiences)
This event is Free and Open to the public. For more information, please contact Kurt Begalka at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MCHENRY COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY & MUSEUM COVID-19 POLICY
We are following the state health guidelines. That means masks will be optional … assuming we continue the recovery without any hiccups!
Pamala Silas is a member of Menominee Indian Tribe and an Oneida descendant. Learn more about Pamala Silas, this program, and how to book it.
McHenry County Historical Society & Museum