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Imagined Indian: Native Stereotyping in Society

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The Executive Board of UGA's Native American Student Association is hosting a presentation and panel discussion on Native American stereotypes in American Society.

The panel includes INAS Director and Eidson Distinguished Professor of Native American Literature, Dr. LeAnne Howe, and Associate Professor of Native American Literature and Film, Dr. Channette Romero along with a student Executive Board Member.

The presentation will review the rampant harmful stereotypes that are perpetuated about Native people and our tribes, nations, and communities in the arts, media, and film, and promote positive representations, especially to non-native students attending the event. 

Free food will be provided! All are welcome to join us in this great discussion of Native American Representation! We want to create a judgment-free learning environment so the public can engage in critical conversation about Native Identity and Stereotypes!


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Topic: NASA Imagined Indian Event 2/23/2023

Time: Feb 23, 2023 05:25 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


Meeting ID: 925 5119 3066

Passcode: 945199

Imagined Indian: Native Stereotyping in Society

Thursday, February 23

5:30-7:30 PM

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