American Indian Studies Program
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Presented by Students of ENGL 325, GWS 395, AAS 390, and LLS 396. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
During the period of 1950’s to 1970’s, water resources development followed a slogan of “human power over nature.” “Advancing with time” (yu-shi-zhu-jin), the slogan is now replaced by “human-nature harmony,” originating from the Taoism philosophy, recognizing the value of ecosystem restoration.
This documentary explores the controversial use of the name R*dsk*ns for the Washington football team and examines the history of cultural appropriation.
Free tutoring all day and all night at the Illini Union
Retreat at Native American House during finals week. Before or after your exam come to NAH and relax in our comfortable lounge area, study in a quiet place, and snack on some quick-fix snacks and food. Have a study group session or study with others in a quiet space.