Join AISU as we will be screening this documentary directed by Jeff Spitz that centers itself upon a Navajo family who has suffered health problems due to environmental contamination from uranium mining on tribal land in Monument Valley, Utah.
There will be plenty of FREE FOOD and GOOD TIMES.
Also, make sure to brings any spare blankets/pillows, since we’ll be projecting the film and watching it on the floor (it’s like you’re six years old again and having a sleepover…except you’re in college, in a classroom, with blankets…but who cares about logistics?)
If you have any questions, just email Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us in celebrating the 2nd Annual American Indian Fair this Saturday, December 1st, from 12-6pm at Random Row Bookstore on West Main Street in Charlottesville. There will be crafts, demonstrations, film screenings, books, poetry, food, and talks by UVa professors as well as community members. Admission is free and the fair is open to the public. See you there!
Hello! AISU is in the process of planning and organizing for the month of November. We’re in the means of creating the 2nd Annual American Indian Fair at Random Row Books, creating an Anti-Thanksgiving potluck, and working with professors and students to host lectures and presentations. Please contact us if you have any ideas/would like to get involved in this process!
We have a brainstorming meeting today, Tuesday Oct 23 at 6:00pm at Random Row Books to go over the detailed planning for the fair at the end of November. Join us and get involved! If you’d like to attend, email Jordan at email@example.com to let us know you’re coming. If you’re unable to attend, but would like to still be involved with the fair, still email Jordan and she’ll send out updates following the meeting.
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