Native American Heritage Month

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, the Brookings Public Library is hosting speakers from across the state and country to discuss Native history, culture, and issues every Tuesday in November. If you missed out, here are the links to videos on our Facebook page of the events for those we are able to share.

Hoop Dancing Demonstration with Starr Chief Eagle

Violence Against Indigenous Relatives: Settler Colonialism’s Impacts Then & Now with Taté Walker

Haudenosaunee Women Lacrosse Players: Making Meaning through Rematriation with Dr. Sharity Bassett 

Water: Lakota Spirituality and Science with Jerome Kills Small

Thank you to our presenters for sharing their knowledge with us! And thank you to everyone who attended these programs to celebrate Native American Heritage Month!