| Last Week's Meeting|
Line dancing was so much fun last week! Thanks to everyone that came out and showed off their moves. Gerald Morton was fantastic as usual. We did the Wobble, Cleveland Shuffle, Detroit Shuffle and many other dances. The next line dancing night will be 10/16/13. Keep reading this newsletter for more updates.|
| Next Meeting 9/25/13 |
This weeks meeting will be a beading and craft night. We will provide the craft supplies just bring yourself and some creative ideas. In the past we have made bracelets, necklaces, pouches, etc. If you can think of it we can try to help you make it. It will be a fun casual night so bring a friend! Can't wait to see you there!
Please email Madison Eagle
, Vice President, if you have any questions.
| Beading Night|
We are working on organizing a beading night. We usually try to have these a few times a semester but many of you have expressed interest in having them more often. We work on craft projects at these events. These include making necklaces, bracelets, earrings, tobacco pouches, hair pins, shawls, and pretty much anything else you can think of. If you would like to participate in these beading nights with us please fill out this doodle
so we know what time works best for everyone.
If you have any questions or would like more information please email Diana Saintignon
| Introducing Professor Daniel Rivers!|
We are happy to introduce one of the newest additions to the American Indian Studies Program here at The Ohio State University. Daniel Rivers is a historian of LGBT communities in the twentieth century, Native American history, the family and sexuality, and U.S. social protest movements. His research and writing interests include Choctaw women's history and U.S. LGBT history. Professor Rivers is of Choctaw and Chickasaw descent and is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. He received his PhD in history from Stanford University, and his book, Radical Relations: Lesbian Mothers, Gay Fathers, and their Children in the United States since the Second World War
, was published by the University of North Carolina Press in August of 2013. His publications also include articles on the history of gay and lesbian custody cases and the practice of queer oral history.
| Native American Political Leadership Program|
George Washington University's Native American Political Leadership Program is now accepting applications for the Spring 2014 Program and Scholarship. This program provides students with amazing opportunities to work in Washington D.C., earn college credit, and better their communities.|
Please feel free to contact the NAPLP office at 202-994-3284 or at email@example.com with any questions. Students can apply online here. The deadline to apply is 11/1/13.
Please email Madison Eagle if you have any questions or would like a brochure.
| We Want to Know What You Think!|
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