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Indigenous People's Day

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  • 10:00 pm - 2:00 pm
  • Cafeteria Commons, Montoya Admin Bldg., Northern New Mexico College
Indigenous People's Day


Michael Heralda will share an informative, educational, and musically interactive presentation in honor of Indigenous People’s Day

Monday, October 12, 2015 (10 am – 2 pm)
Northern New Mexico College
@ Eagle Café

Free and Open to the Public

10:00-10:15am: Welcome & Invocation, Dr. Matthew Martinez
Dr. Pedro Martinez, Provost, Proclamation, Message from the College

 10:15-11:15am: Danza Azteca de Anahuac de Taos

 11:15-12:15pm: EVHS Tewa Language Dance Group

12:15-1:15pm: Michael Heralda & Group

1:30-1:45pm: Ohkay Owingeh Headstart Dance Group

2:00pm: Closing & Refreshments

2:00-3:30pm: Michael Heralda will share an informative, educational, and musically interactive class discussion and workshop with the Introduction to Pueblo Indian Studies course in TEC 109. This is open to interested staff, faculty and students. As a preview, here is a televised segment on Michael Heralda's presentation at Santa Monica's Tongva Park!


  • Cafeteria will be selling a Tewa taco & posole lunch special @ $6/plate. In addition, the American Indian Center, Planning Committee and P’ôe: Pathways will supply chips, salsa, pies, bread pudding.

P’ôe: Pathways to American Indian Education Training Program
Office of Equity & Diversity
EXITO! Counseling Services
Northern Pueblos Institutepathways_logo2
American Indian Student Organization
Student Activities

For more information visit poepathways.com
or contact Dr. Matthew Martinez
505-747-5458 or martinez@nnmc.edu

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