Indigenous Peoples' Month

Indigenous Peoples' Week

On the Second Monday of October (this year, Monday, October 9th, 2023), we celebrate alongside many Indigenous communities, Indigenous Peoples' Day. At Dartmouth College, the Native and Indigenous community recognizes Indigenous Peoples' Day through reflection, advocacy, programming, and community engagement found below: 

Saturday, October 7th 

NAD | Community Day | NAI-students and community only

Sunday, October 8th 

NAIS & Hopkins Center for the Arts | Hop Film Event - American Buffalo at Loew Auditorium 

NAD | Poster Making, Chalking, Midnight Drumming, and 24-Hour Fire Kickoff 

Monday, October 9th 

NAD | Demonstration, Indigenous Peoples' Day Bingo, 24-Hour Fire Closing

Tuesday, October 10th 

Admissions | Indigenous Fly-In Community Dinner (NAI-students, invitees, and IFI participants only)

Wednesday, October 11th 

Hood Museum of Art: A Space for Dialogue Gallery Talk with Moonoka Begay '23 in Gallery 114 at the Hood | 4:00PM

NAIS, Department of Anthropology, and the NAP | Community Dinner with Visiting Scholars (NAI student-only) 

Thursday, October 12th 

Hood Museum of Art, NAD, Hokupa'a, and the NAP | Indigenous Peoples' Fashion Show at the Hood | 8:00PM

Friday, October 13th 

Hood Museum of Art | The Annual Allen W. Root Contemporary Art Lectureship feat: Kent Monkman at the Hood Auditorium | 5:00PM