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Celebrating Resistance: The Power of Our Roots

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Dewberry Hall

Fairfax, VA 22030

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Join us in our closing celebration of Native American Indigenous Heritage Month with food, dialogue, and music by Indigenous performers, storytellers, and musicians. They will be speaking on injustices against Indigenous communities and performing a variety of music throughout the evening. Doors open at 6:30pm and the event begins at 7:00pm.

Performers include grammy nominated musician and activist of the Tla'a'schi'i' Clan Radmilla Cody; NYC-based Mohawk/Cherokee rapper Dio Ganhdih; and Guatemalan-based Mayan hip hop artist of Balam Ajpu, Tzutu Kan.

This event is sponsored by Native American and Indigenous Alliance, Diversity Inclusion and Multicultural Education, Department of English, Orientation and Family Programs and Services, Social Action and Integrative Learning, School of Integrative Studies, University Life, and Women and Gender Studies

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