Native American culture is the subject of the next Stillwater – Twin Cities event
Amber Annis, director of Native American initiatives for the Minnesota Historical Society, will be the guest speaker at an event next week sponsored by the Stillwater Area Public Schools Native American Parent Advisory Council, the Stillwater Public Library and the Friday StudyClub.
Annis will speak at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Margaret Rivers Room and Gallery at the Stillwater Public Library. The title of his talk is “Our Home: Native American Initiatives at the Minnesota Historical Society.”
Annis’ presentation “will provide insight into the work the Native American Initiatives team is doing across Minnesota and beyond to share resources and provide access to the Minnesota Historical Society,” said Becci Dawson Cox, vice -president and coordinator of the Friday Study Club program. . Annis and her team members will discuss work being done to strengthen representation from Minnesota’s Indigenous nations and communities, Cox said.
Additionally, students from the Native American Student Alliance at Stillwater Area High School will demonstrate trunks of artifacts, cultural and historical information created by NAPAC for use in elementary schools in the district. Short videos of the two groups will also be broadcast.
The event is free and open to the public.
For more information, visit stillwaterlibrary.org.