Indigenous Heritage Month is celebrated Nov. 1-30. The Office of Intercultural Development shares the following resources in honor of the month.
Celebrate and immerse yourself in the rich cultures, histories, and contributions of American Indians and Alaska Natives with our carefully selected resources, ranging from poignant films to captivating podcasts that delve deep into the vibrant tapestry of Indigenous experiences. Indigenous Heritage Month, observed every November, is a dedicated time to honor and commemorate the diverse and rich cultures, histories, and contributions of Native Americans to the United States. Indigenous peoples have significantly contributed to various facets of American life, including art, literature, music, agriculture, medicine, and military service. They have generously shared their wisdom, customs, and spiritual practices, thereby enriching the tapestry of American society. By celebrating Indigenous Heritage Month, we not only recognize the resilience, strength, and enduring spirit of the Indigenous people of America but also commit to fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of their vital legacy in our country.
Submitted by: The Office of Intercultural Development