Intertribal Resource Center and the Native American campus community cordially invite you to celebrate the 14th Annual Native American Heritage Month (NAHM) Kickoff on Friday, November 6, 2020.
This FREE virtual event will kick off a month-long schedule of activities honoring Native American Heritage Month. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Evan Adams, a Chief Medical Officer of the First Nations Health Authority and a trailblazer within the health care system. Dr. Adams is a Coast Salish actor and physician from the Tla’amin First Nation near Powell River, BC, Canada, also known for his role as Thomas Builds-The-Fire in the film Smoke Signals.
In addition, you don’t want to miss our amazing entertainer performing live, Jim Ruel, a comedian, writer, and actor. Jim is an Ojibwe Native American of the Bay Mills Indian Community. He grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he spent the first ten years of his career performing in comedy clubs around the Midwest.
ASL Interpreters and Closed Captioning will be available.
For additional questions, please contact: ITRC@ucsd.edu or NAHM@ucsd.edu