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Diversity Matters Film & Lecture Series

The Diversity Matters Film & Lecture Series began in 2006. Approximately nine presentations annually are offered across MCC campuses and centers. Discussion leaders are identified for the films.

HYBRID LECTURE: The Sacred Tradition of the Sweat Lodge

Chris Eagle Hawk, Oglala Lakota

Renowned traditional Lakota expert and Emcee for the Denver March powwow, Chris Eagle Hawk, discusses the sweat lodge.
 Eagle Hawk is self-employed as a Cultural Consultant, providing Lakota knowledge, drum therapy and self-awareness for the youth and adults throughout Indian Country. He is a member of two warrior societies and the Teca Wacipi Okolakiciye (Young Dancer’s Society).
DATE: Thursday, September 21
TIME: 12:30-1:45 p.m. 
LOCATION: Fort Omaha Campus, Digital Express, Bldg. 10, room 136B & C
Register here at this link to view virtually: The Sacred Tradition of the Sweat Lodge
 

 

Participation for all programs is free and open to the public.


Contact interculturaled@mccneb.edu or 531-622-2253 for more information.
Additional International/Intercultural Education virtual programming can be found on YouTube.

ACCOMMODATIONS:  Audience members requiring accommodations due to a disability must contact Barbara Velazquez, bvelazquez@mccneb.edu, 531-622-2253 at least two weeks prior to the program.‚Äč