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In spring 2021, NC State’s Native American Student Association and Student Government Association passed a land acknowledgment for NC State. Land acknowledgments are statements by institutions to recognize the impact their institution has had on Indigenous communities. These statements are the first steps for improving the access and success of Native students as well as supporting Indigenous faculty and staff.

The American Indian Advisory Council, comprised of representatives from across NC State, has been researching and developing a land acknowledgment for campus for the last four years. Partnering with NASA, AIAC and the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity are putting forward a land acknowledgment to the SGA, Faculty Senate and Staff Senate. 

Please join us for a panel discussion that will highlight the advocacy and experiences of Native students on campus and the land acknowledgment movement in higher education. The panelists are:

  • Tristian Ahtone.
  • Brian Peters, PH.D.
  • Honiah Locklear.
  • Nathan Campbell.
  • Lee Tartaglia.
  • McKenzie Cummings.

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  • Nellie Maurer

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