Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Native American Heritage Month

Join the CDI in celebrating Native American Heritage Month all November long! We’ll be posting information and resources every week on our Instagram account (@xucdi). Contact Diamond Brown with questions or for more information. 

International Coffee Hour
November 9 | 3:30-4:30pm | GSC 2nd Floor
Join the CDI team at International Coffee Hour on Wednesday, November 9, 2022 from 3:30-4:30pm at the Faces of the World Lounge on the 2nd floor of GSC. Learn about indigenous territories, languages, and lands. Also check-in to the event to be entered into a raffle to receive a shirt. This year’s shirt give away will be an Orange shirt that is a symbol of “National Truth and Reconciliation day”. This day was established to recognize the impact that the residential school systems had on Native children, families and communities. Though originally started in Canada National day of Truth and Reconciliation or Orange shirt is observed in the United States as well as has begun to gain global recognition. If you wan to learn more about “Orange Shirt day” and the history behind the movement, check out their website here.

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Presentation
November 16 | 5:30-6:30pm | Kennedy Auditorium
Join the Student Activities Council (SAC) for a presentation about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in the Kennedy Auditorium on November 16th from 5:30-6:30 pm, and learn ways you can help support this community during Native American Heritage Month.


Also, as Thanksgiving is approaching, please take a moment to hear how Native American folks reflect and respond when they hear the word and a bit more about the true history of the day.

For more info on NAHM, visit Native American Heritage Month or contact