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Native American Heritage Month Resource Guide

2023 Event Highlights

October 24: An Evening with Keith Secola – Performance and Interview

Performance and interview with Keith Secola, an icon and ambassador of Native music, hosted as part of Drexel's Rankin Scholars In-Residence Series.


October 25: Udall Scholarship Information Session

The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to outstanding college students committed to careers related to the environment, tribal public policy, or Native American health care.


November 5: Chilocco: A Native American Indian Boarding School Documentary

Join the Metro Library as we present a documentary about one boarding school - Chilocco Indian Agricultural School. 


November 8: Thanks to the Land

Share a meal and learn about the history of the Thanksgiving Celebration with Native American speaker Joy Tonepahhote, a Rankin Scholar-in-Residence at Drexel's Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.


November 7-9: 9th Annual Repatriation Conference: ​Building a New Fire

It is time for us to come together and build a new fire that will elevate our collective healing from this theft against humanity and human rights. 


November 14: News From Native California

Learn about News From Native California from its editor, Terria Smith.

Native American Heritage Month at the Smithsonian (2023)

A group of Native American women dressed as warriors in blue.

Native American Heritage Month at the Smithsonian 

In November, celebrate Native American Heritage Month with Smithsonian events, resources, exhibitions, and podcasts.