06 Jul, 22Upcoming
Building, Accessing, and Using Contemporary Anishinabe Collections of Michigan State University Museum
Join us for a presentation and audience Q&A with Dr. Marsha MacDowell, Curator of Folk Arts, MSU Museum and Director, Michigan Traditional Arts Program and…07 Jul, 22Upcoming
Director, Peter Galison Thursday, July 7, 2022 Film starts at dusk approximately at 9:20 p.m. Valley Court Park, East Lansing Advanced registration recommended REGISTER HERE…14 Jul, 22Upcoming
MSU’s Science Gallery Collaborating in 2022 Youth Symposium About Climate Action The event will take place online from July 14 -19 and aims to connect…
We collectively acknowledge that Michigan State University occupies the ancestral, traditional, and contemporary Lands of the Anishinaabeg -Three Fires Confederacy of Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi peoples. In particular, the University resides on Land ceded in the 1819 Treaty of Saginaw. We recognize, support, and advocate for the sovereignty of Michigan’s twelve federally-recognized Indian nations, for historic Indigenous communities in Michigan, for Indigenous individuals and communities who live here now, and for those who were forcibly removed from their Homelands. By offering this Land Acknowledgement, we affirm Indigenous sovereignty and will work to hold Michigan State University more accountable to the needs of American Indian and Indigenous peoples.