Indigenous Peoples Day Activity

by Green & Gold News  |   

The Alaska Native Studies department is inviting staff, faculty, students and community members to participate in a fun interactive activity. The Indigenous people of Southeast Alaska are clan based societies and up until the early 20th century lived in large clan-based houses.

Maria Williams (Tlingit) will provide a brief lecture on the clan system - and then the participants will form into smaller groups and re-create a fictional Tlingit village. This is a fun activity that provides insights into the protocols and the complex rules of Tlingit society.  Be prepared to learn and have fun!

Event Details

Event location - Rasmuson Hall room 101
Event date - Oct. 9, 2023
Event start time - 4 p.m.
Event end time - 5:30 p.m.

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