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Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration

Heritage, Past and Present

What does it mean to be Indigenous? For some Americans, it's a textbook term and nothing more. But for many more Americans, it is part of their identity and describes their root ancestry prior to colonialism. How do you relate to this important concept? On Monday, Oct. 10, students of the Native American Community Academy will share their perspectives on what it means to be Indigenous through age-old traditions in an all-day celebration at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Stories, songs and dances will be performed in the courtyard to celebrate the continent's history as told be those who trace their heritage back to ancient times. The event is open to all and is included with the regular $8 museum admission. (Monica Schmitt)

Monday Oct 10, 2016

2401 12th Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
US

Phone: 843-7270
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$0-$9

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Website: Click to Visit

Students of the Native American Community Academy express what it means to be Indigenous in their eyes through story, song and dance.

Indigenous Peoples’ Day commemorates the continent’s history as told by those who trace their heritage in this land to time immemorial. At the IPCC, everyone is invited to come experience age-old traditions and look forward to Native communities’ bright future with the students of the Native American Community Academy (NACA). Youth of all ages who study at NACA have collaborated to express what it means to be Indigenous in their eyes and are excited to present their perspective to the community through story, song, and dance at this day-long celebration in the courtyard.