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Indigenous Culture Day with Native American Student Association

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Reed Quad

The University of Georgia Native American Student Association is hosting Indigenous Culture Day to celebrate Native art, food, and community! 

Come to Reed Quad to receive a free t-shirt, learn how to bead and make corn husk dolls, eat fry bread, and learn all about Indigenous culture.

Hosted by the UGA Native American Student Association (NASA) and sponsored by the Gable Foundation, Gable Distinguished Professor of History James F. Brooks, Multicultural Student Programming (MSP), and the Institute of Native American Studies (INAS).

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