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Vaping. What’s It All About?

St. Kateri Center 3938 N Leavitt St, Chicago

Pre-Teens and Teens! Please join us for a talk on vaping. Presented by rose Milano, American Indian Health Services. There will be a trivia game after, winners will receive a gift card!

Film Screening: Drunktown’s Finest

Newberry Library 60 West Walton Street, Chicago

In the third installment of the First Nations Film and Video Festival, we feature a screening of Sydney Freeland’s coming-of-age drama Drunktown’s Finest (2014). On the Navajo reservation in New Mexico, three young people—a college-bound, devout Christian; a rebellious and angry … Continued

Apsaalooke Women and Warriors

UIC Latino Cultural Center 803 S Morgan St, Chicago

As a part of UIC's Women's History Month Celebration, join us for a conversation with four women from the great Apsaalooke Crow Nation- as they share their Native perspectives-and talk about Apsaalooke ways, people, and their work.

Raging Film- An Evening of Film Clips & Stories

American Indian Center of Chicago 3401 W Ainslie, Chicago

The American Indian Center announces the Raging Film event that will be held on March 12th, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to join us for an evening of film clips & stories over beverages. Raging Film will feature 10 clips … Continued

Reclaiming Cultural Treasures

Mitchell Museum of the American Indian 3001 Central Street, Evanston

Every week, news headlines around the world report new requests for the return of stolen cultural patrimony and ancestral remains. This exhibit reveals the impacts and challenges of repatriation. Free with Museum admission. Tribal members free.