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USU Native American Heritage Month Celebrates with Guest Speaker

Thursday, Nov. 09, 2017

The Utah State University Access and Diversity Center has invited visual storyteller Matika Wilbur, to present in November as part of Native American Heritage Month. Wilbur presents Wednesday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. in the Taggart Student Center West ballroom on the Logan campus. The event is free and all are invited.  

Wilbur, from the Swinomish and Tulalip Coast Salish peoples of Washington State, has been traveling and photographing Indian Country for the past five years to change the one sees Native America.

November is nationally recognized in the United States as Native American Heritage Month and USU is celebrating with month long activities, including Native American beading workshops, Navajo taco sale and an Indigenous Thanksgiving potluck.

For more information, visit the USU Access and Diversity website

Writer/Contact: Alina Begay, (435) 797-9096

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