Event Title

The Spirit and Culture of a People: Reviving the Dakota Language

Start Date

10-10-2012 12:00 PM

Location

Rogge-Leyden Room (364-365)
Anderson Student Center
University of St. Thomas, St. Paul Campus

Admission

Free and open to the public (lunch provided)

Description

C̣aƞtemaza (Neil McKay), an instructor of Dakota language and American Indian history at the University of Minnesota, discussed how U.S. Indian policy, the church, and Euro-American citizens have affected the Dakota language and spirituality as well as current Dakota language revitalization efforts.

Sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center and the Justice and Peace Studies department at the University of St. Thomas in collaboration with the St. Paul Interfaith Network as part of its monthly midday interfaith dialogue series To make an accessibility request, call Disability Resources at (651) 962-6315

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Oct 10th, 12:00 PM

The Spirit and Culture of a People: Reviving the Dakota Language

Rogge-Leyden Room (364-365)
Anderson Student Center
University of St. Thomas, St. Paul Campus

C̣aƞtemaza (Neil McKay), an instructor of Dakota language and American Indian history at the University of Minnesota, discussed how U.S. Indian policy, the church, and Euro-American citizens have affected the Dakota language and spirituality as well as current Dakota language revitalization efforts.

Sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center and the Justice and Peace Studies department at the University of St. Thomas in collaboration with the St. Paul Interfaith Network as part of its monthly midday interfaith dialogue series To make an accessibility request, call Disability Resources at (651) 962-6315