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History Revealed: Indigenous Peoples Day
September 15, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Indigenous Peoples’ Day: Traditions & Celebrations
Dr. Kate Phillips
History Revealed Series
Thursday, September 15, 2022, 7:00 pm
In partnership with the East Side Freedom Library & Roseville Library
Live presentation on Zoom
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The second Monday in October is a day to honor Native American people, their histories, and cultures. People mark the day with food, dancing, and songs. DR. Kate Phillips will share the history and the multiple traditions that this holiday can have, and how it can be celebrated in all with family and friends in many ways.
Dr. Katrina Phillips is a citizen of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe. She earned her BA and PhD in History from the University of Minnesota, and she teaches Native American history and the history of the American West at Macalester College.
Making Minnesota: Natives, Settlers, Migrants, and Immigrants
The Ramsey County Historical Society, in partnership with the East Side Freedom Library, the Ramsey County Roseville Library and other community organizations, will present a series of programs and events during 2022 that will center on the experiences of indigenous people, African Americans, and immigrants in Ramsey County from the 1800s through the current day. programs which focus on the too often lost, erased, forgotten or misrepresented histories and stories of Ramsey County and the state of Minnesota. We expect these presentations to enrich and complicate our understanding of the development of the county and the state that we call home.