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An Introduction to CSU Pueblo's Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

November 28, 2023

05:00 PM - 07:00 PM

Pre-Meeting Ballroom 

The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion encourages Faculty, Staff, and Students to engage with the following educational opportunities. 

Academic Impressions: Land Acknowledgement as an Equity Practice in Higher Education (blog)

*If you need assistance obtaining access to Academic Impressions please contact Jennifer Quintana, Sr. Human Resources Director, or Erin Carrillo-Stresow, PhD, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. 

Looking for an adventure throughout the state?

Denver shared a list of Native American Experiences that can be enjoyed year-round that included The Denver Art Museum'sremodeled Indigenous art galleries opened in 2011; Buffalo Bill Museum & Grave; Denver Museum of Nature & Science's North American Indian Cultures Exhibit that visitors may examine authentically reconstructed dwellings, beautifully crafted weavings, basketry, beadwork, and pottery; the remarkably preserved ruins of the Manitou Cliff Dwellings; consider authentic, affordable handmade Indian art can be found at the Native American Trading Company; experience a welcoming glimpse into Native American culture with more than 1,600 dancers from nearly 100 tribes from 38 states and three Canadian provinces at the Denver March Powwow, one of the largest events of its kind in the country; and the Tesoro Indian Market and Powwow features award-winning Native American artists who show their wares and demonstrate their crafts, and learn about the traditional dances and regalia while watching the brilliant display of cultures at and colors. Don't forget about the adventures closer to Pueblo! 

Save the Date to visit a new exhibit, Until Forever Comes: This is Ute Homeland, at Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum. Free admission. Map.

Explore El Pueblo History Museum General Admission is $5-$7. Members, kids and active military are free. Map.

Explore the interactive map Native Land. Learn about the land you share with indigenous people.  

National Museum of the American Indian Online Exhibits 

Visit the Pueblo Heritage Museum's Indigenous Peoples' & Native American Exhibit 

*This exhibit is being renovated currently to be launce by November 3, 2023. 
Admission varies for adults, military, seniors, students, and children. Map. 

United Nations Resources for Indigenous Peoples Day  

An Introduction to CSUP's  Indigenous Land Acknowledgement 
Tuesday, November 28, 2023 3:30 pm - 7 pm
Pre-Meeting Ballroom 

Share a traditional Indigenous meal in the community as we engage in professional development to learn about our Land Acknowledgement. Join in community to share and learn the history of the stewards of the land, as well as traditional and cultural indigeneity. 

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