Events throughout November.
Library Book DisplayFriday, Nov. 1-Tuesday, Nov. 26Learning Commons (L200)KickoffMonday, Nov. 411 a.m.–1 p.m. • The HiveBe introduced to Native American culture through various forms of regalia, beadwork, arts and crafts and various services offered to natives in the DFW area.Movie and DiscussionThursday, Nov. 1410:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. • C135Come and watch "The Education of Little Tree" and hear from Choctaw Nation tribal member Gene Wesley about his time at Jones Academy in the 1940s.
Traditional Beadwork ClassFriday, Nov. 1511:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. • The HiveMake and take a beaded necklace and learn about traditional beadwork from Samantha Barnes. Lunch & Learn with OSIYO Group Monday, Nov.18 12:30-1:30 p.m. • G101Say Osiyo, the Cherokee word for hello, to OSIYO Group. Meet CEO, co-founder and Cherokee citizen Roni Briggs and learn about her personal journey to career success that led to the creation of virtual firm OSIYO and how this local company is driving "native organizations by creating self-reliant direction, sustainable operations and owner value." Presentation followed by Q & A. Lunch is provided. To reserve your spot, email email@example.com. Stickball DemonstrationWednesday, Nov. 2010 a.m.-noon and 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. • Soccer FieldsTake the opportunity to learn about the traditional game of stickball, how the sticks and ball are crafted and engage in a friendly game!Field Trip to the Chickasaw Cultural CenterMonday, Nov. 25All Day • OklahomaLearn about the Chickasaw culture through a guided tour of the grounds, share a traditional lunch and learn about Chickasaw Stomp Dance. Limited to the first 20 students to sign up at eastfieldcollege.edu/oklahomaFilm InterviewsTuesday, November 2610 a.m.-4 p.m. • VIBee LoungeStudents will learn about modern-day native's lives, hear their stories and learn about tribal customs in today's society.