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Events In Commemoration of Native American Heritage Month at Montgomery College


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Events In Commemoration of Native American Heritage Month at Montgomery College

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Category: Community Engagement

Published: 2017-10-23 00:00:01.000


- Tuesday, November 7, 11 am, Rockville Campus, Music Recital Hall, Room 124
LECTURE: Mike Jock, Bear Clan, Mohawk elder of Akwesasne
Great Law of Peace of the Iroquois Confederacy Basis of US Constitution and Democracy
The Great Law of Peace provides us with information on how to conduct ourselves as a people, how take care of the sacred mother earth,
and how we interact with other Nations throughout Turtle Island.
Reception to Follow

- Thursday, November 9, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, Rockville Campus, Music Rehearsal Hall, Room 124
MC WORLD ARTS FESTIVAL WORKSHOPS: Native Traditional & Contemporary Music
Featuring Mike Jock and Dawn Avery

- Thursday, November 9, 7:30 pm, Rockville Campus, Music Recital Hall, Room 126
MC WORLD ARTS FESTIVAL CONCERT: Native American Music Traditional and Contemporary
Featuring Mike Jock and Dawn Avery

Mike Jock is Bear Clan of the Kanienkeha, People of the Flint from Akwesasne, Mohawk Territory of the Eastern Door in the Iroquois
Confederacy. He is one of the original members of the Akwesasne Notes printed between (1969-1996) and the White Roots of Peace.

Dawn Avery, a GRAMMY/ NAMA nominated musician, she sings and plays Native Downtempo music, employing Mohawk stories and languages.

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  1. MCGlobalNexusNativeHeritageNov2017.jpg
  2. MCGlobalNexusNativeHeritageNov2017.pdf

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