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Colorado State University Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Colorado State University celebrates Native American Heritage Month with a November full of Native American art, books and lectures.
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Colorado State University (CSU) is celebrating Native American Heritage Month with an array of activities and presentations to educate the campus community and the local community about Native American culture and history.

On Wednesday, November 9, check out "Outcomes of the Indian Adoption Project: Assault on Our Indigenous Cultures" with Susan Harness, the CSU field director for the Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention. She will explore the history and issues of transracial adoption from noon to 1 p.m. in the Aylesworth Room C 111, on the CSU campus.

On Friday, November 11, check out the Duhesa Art Lounge exhibit opening from 5-8 p.m. at the Lory Student Center. This exhibition of work by contemporary Native American artists highlights their creativity and passion. Throughout the month look for Native American Book Displays.

For more information visit the Native American Cultural Center website or call 970-491-1332. For a complete listing of Native American Heritage Month events, check out the online calendar.

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