Tuesday, January 25, 2022 | 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. ET
In 1893, the University of Connecticut became Connecticut’s Land Grant college. This land spans 12 states originally stewarded by Indigenous tribes. Our history is intertwined in the violent dispossession of Native and Indigenous peoples across Native America. Join us to understand the long-standing history and experiences of Native and Indigenous peoples at UConn and seek to understand your place in that history which has disproportionately benefited white citizens.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, January 25, 2022.
UConn School of Social Work
UConn Native American Cultural Programs
UConn College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
UConn African American Cultural Center
UConn Asian American Cultural Center
UConn African American Alumni Council
UConn Office of Diversity & Inclusion
If you have questions or require additional information for this events, please contact Abigail G. Jackson, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, via email.
Continuing Education Credits
Participants wishing to earn CECs must attend the full program as we do not prorate CECs for partial attendance. Upon successfully completing the program, you will receive an email from SSWCE@uconn.edu inviting you to apply for CECs and pay the $15 administrative recording fee. You must use the same first name, last name and email address when you register for the program and apply for CECs.
Please provide your full name and email address during the registration process to receive more information.
All Zoom information would be provided upon registration.
These events may be recorded for UConn and UConn Foundation promotional materials.