On Public Art, Activism, Representation & Culture: A Conversation with Lauren YoungSmith & Dean Kymberly Pinder '95

Join us for an intimate conversation between Yale School of Art Dean Kymberly Pinder ’95 Ph.D and Lauren YoungSmith, a Los Angeles-based artist who has been commissioned to install a mural on the outer AACC building wall in commemoration of the AACC’s 40th Anniversary.

Indigenous Faculty & Staff: Meet and Greet Luncheon

Join us for socializing, and community building with other Indigenous employees at Yale! Please be sure to wear a mask and to dress appropriately as we may migrate between in and outdoor spaces.
What: Indigenous Faculty & Staff Meet and Greet (Lunch provided)
Who: Indigenous (affiliation not limited to US tribes or nations) employees at Yale University
When: Friday, November 12, 2021 at 12PM - 1PM
Where: Native American Cultural Center, 26 High Street, New Haven, CT
Why: Build Community with other professionals on campus

NACC Halloweenie Party!

Come join us for some Halloween fun! Be sure to wear your (scary) masks! And come ready for the costume contest, snacks, games, and an evening of scary stories!
Dinner will be catered, as well as pre-packaged snacks, candy, and drinks.
This event is only for Yale current students, faculty, and staff.

NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project Meeting

The new NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project invites interested
faculty, researchers, and scholars to come and learn about funding and
administrative opportunities for studies of Native America. Combating the
erasure of Native peoples, history, cultures, and sovereignty within disciplinary
formations, the Sovereignty Project seeks to establish scholarly working groups,
particularly on research questions with bearing on contemporary federal Indian
legal and policy formations and/or debates. Issues of child welfare, educational

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