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- Celebrate the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) at the Midtown Carnegie Branch Library, Saturday, Nov 1, 2 p.m.50 minutes ago • Diversity and Inclusion Facebook
- Native American Heritage Month Event: Watch a demonstration of Cherokee Stickball at 3:00pm at the South Mall (Strong Hall)1 hour ago • Diversity and Inclusion Facebook
- Celebrando Con Los Muertos Vivientes por Yolanda Lorge2 hours ago • Diversity BlogCELEBRANDO CON LOS MUERTOS VIVIENTES Por: Yolanda Lorge Noviembre es el mes que los muertos reclaman como propio. En la celebración del Día de los Muertos, los difuntos son los invitados de honor: cempasúchiles brillantes, máscaras de papel maché, júbilo, …
- Nov 5 Florice Pearce will present on archaeological work on Native American sites in the Ozarks. 7:00pm, MSU Center for Archaeological Rsch2 hours ago • Diversity and Inclusion Twitter
- The Help will be the third film screened during the thought-provoking, interactive film series sponsored by the African American Studies Committee at MSU. Jackson, Mississippi in the 1960s is the setting for this movie that focuses on Black women working as maids for White women. They regarded them as ...3 hours ago • 1 person likes this • Diversity and Inclusion Facebook
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