Events by date
- Saturday, November 7
- Tuesday, November 10
- Friday, November 13
- Saturday, November 14
- Friday, November 20
- Wednesday, November 25
The Donel Keeler Indigenous Arts Festival
10 A.M.–4 P.M. | Facebook event page
View and purchase Art/Jewelry/Crafts directly from the artists. Watch live videos about artist and their work. Read information about local artists.
"How Our Scholars Are Futurizing It"
Native American Leadership & Advocacy: A Discussion with Dr. Colette M. Yellow Robe
3–4 P.M. | Online or Milo Bail Student Center, Ballroom RM 207 (limited seating)
“My cultural, and familial background inspires me to create authentic strategies in education and leadership. As an enrolled citizen of the Northern advocate and implement concrete changes to Cheyenne Tribe in Montana who, grew up on the Winnebago Reservation, I support diversity, inclusivity and anti-racism and uphold tribal sovereignty.”
Virtual Rock Your Mocs with UNO
9 A.M.-9 P.M. | Facebook event page
Show your pride for Native American culture. Take a pic of you wearing your mocs and post to our social media event page on Facebook and #rockyourmocs.
Virtual Open Mic12–6 P.M. | Facebook event page
Do you have talent that you would like to share? If you enjoy singing, playing a musical instrument, writing poetry, telling jokes, or telling stories, please participate in our virtual open mic event. This event is being hosted by Inter-Tribal Student Council at UNO.
Antoine Edwards Jr.
6:30–7:30 P.M. | Online or Milo Bail Student Center, Ballroom RM 207 (limited seating)
Antoine Edwards Jr grew up in Omaha and is Umonhon and Lakota. Antoine does motivational, healthy lifestyle, musical, and culture workshops. He shares why he chooses to live drug and alcohol free and stories of his travels to different reserves and reservations throughout the US, Canada, and Alaska working with different tribes.
Gather Film Showing
Gather is an intimate portrait of the growing movement amongst Native Americans to reclaim their spiritual, political, and cultural identities through food sovereignty, while battling the trauma of centuries of genocide.
- Office of Multicultural Affairs
- Intertribal Student Council
- Native American Studiues
- American Multicultural Student Agency