USD Alum Presents Documentary More Than A Word
Sponsored by the Native American Studies program, Office of Diversity, Native American Student Services, TriO Student Support Services and the Department of History, the documentary explores the controversy of Native American mascots and cultural appropriation.
The event is free and open to the public. The Littles will have a luncheon with undergraduate students in the Native American Studies program at the Native American Cultural Center earlier in the day.
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