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Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month!

Native American Heritage Month is about uplifting and celebrating the ancestry, traditions, and cultures of Indigenous people. We also use this visibility as a chance to reinforce education (and the un-learning of American History myths), gratitude, and allyship to support our Indigenous faculty, staff, and student peers.

Writing a Land Acknowledgement, by Connor Beard

What makes a good Land Acknowledgement? Who are they for? What do Land Acknowledgements mean in the age of digital gathering and remote learning? We encourage everyone to spend some time with this presentation from our October PAC Conference.


Event Series from the Penn Native American Community Council

Penn’s Native American Community council a series of video seminars on the intersection of Indigenous identity with art, health, and political science. Find Zoom links to those Zoom events here!


Revisit our resources from Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Click through the post on our Facebook page or on Instagram, and visit the linked resources below:

11/29/23 – Unconscious Bias

The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias: How To Reframe Bias, Cultivate Connection, and Create High-Performing Teams by Pamela Fuller and Mark Murphy with Anne Chow

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