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Being a Native Ally

James A Owen
Institute of Native American Studies
Tate Student Center Intersection Room

Join us for a talk and discussion on being a Native ally sponsored by UGA's Native American Student Association and the Institute of Native American Studies.

Being an ally of Native peoples takes more than just being interested in Native American people, more than just being a friend to Native peoples, and more than simply supporting Native activism and tribal sovereignty. Dr. James A. Owen, historian and Assistant Director of UGA's Institute of Native American Studies, will discuss the requisite awareness and engagement, and his own path to this work.  


Personnel in this Event

Assistant Director, Institute of Native American Studies, Academic Professional, Instructor

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