2017 NAHC

The George Washington University Presents

2017 Native American Heritage Celebration


Thursday, November 2 

More Than Just A Word

District House, Room B205 | 7PM

A film about Native American-based sports mascots and the Washington R*dskins.

Presented by AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy (CIPP)


Monday, November 20

Water Is Life
Sommer Hall, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health | 3PM

Mni Wiconi (Water is Life) has united indigenous people worldwide and propelled the global environmental justice movement. In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, please join the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health for a panel discussion of indigenous visionary global leaders in environmental and social justice sharing their vision and knowledge about protecting water for future generations. Hosted by Johns Hopkins University: Register here

To travel with the GW MSSC, contact us at [email protected].


Monday, November 20

MSSC Giving Thanks for Diversity


Break bread with us as we give thanks and feast on various cultural foods at our annual Thanksgiving Dinner! The food will be plentiful! $2 will get you a full plate of food & you're always welcome to buy another plate for the road.


Wednesday, November 1 - Thursday, November 30

Events at the National Museum of the Native American

Fourth Street & Independence Ave., SW,Washington, DC 20560

For more information, visit the NAMI online or via phone at 202-633-1000 or 202-633-5285. The museum is open 10 AM–5:30 PM daily; closed December 25. (Exhibition spaces and store begin closing at 5:15 PM).


Office for Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement



2127 G St, NW, Washington, DC 20052

202-994-6772  [email protected]