Diversity Center

NHED INCLUSION and EQUITY PLAN


National Native American Heritage Month


Keith Secola video Say Your Name NAMA Live part 1 - YouTube

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Keith Secola is an award-winning figure in contemporary Native American music. He is an Ojibwa with the Anishinabe tribe born in Cook, Minnesota (1957) and raised in Mountain Iron. He is married and has 2 children.

Keith Secola plays guitar, flute, and also sings. In 1982 he graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in American Indian Studies. He has a band that's had the names; the Wild Band of Indians, the Wild Javelinas, and Wild Onions. His influences include reggae, folk music, and rock and roll. He also has been involved in activism working with Irene Bedard on environmental and Native American rights concerns.[1] He has also contributed music to documentary films, including Homeland, Patrick's Story and Dodging Bullets.[2] His most recent award is "best artist" at the 2006 Native American Music Awards for the album Native Americana. His most notable movie score was "NDN Kars" for the popular native film Dance Me Outside.[3]





“Amnesia,” by Barbet Schroeder, tells the story of Jo, a 25 year old music composer who moves from Berlin to the island of Ibiza and begins a friendship with Martha, an elderly woman whose painful past has caused her to reject everything to do with Germany, including her native language. The two become friends even as the mysteries around Martha accumulate. As Jo draws Martha into the new world of techno music, Martha puts everything she had previously lived by into question.

December 1, 2017
Hibbing Community College
Planetarium
Free admission




Our Value Statement Mission :

Lead our colleges to a learning and working
environment that maximizes the potential of all
students and employees while acknowledging
their unique contributions and differences.

Ensure that our strongly held values of inclusion,
respect and acceptance are integrated into our
campus culture, policies, procedures and every
day interactions.

WHAT WE DO:

  • Cultural Programming
  • Diversity Dialogue
  • Leadership Building
  • Promote Cultural Awareness and Acceptance

Events

HCC

Hibbing Community College

First Friday Foreign Films

“Amnesia,” at Hibbing Community College Planetarium

Friday, December 1 at 7:00 PM.

dmission is free, and popcorn and refreshments are available for purchase.

“Amnesia,” by Barbet Schroeder, tells the story of Jo, a 25 year old music composer who moves from Berlin to the island of Ibiza and begins a friendship with Martha, an elderly woman whose painful past has caused her to reject everything to do with Germany, including her native language. The two become friends even as the mysteries around Martha accumulate. As Jo draws Martha into the new world of techno music, Martha puts everything she had previously lived by into question.

The First Friday Foreign Film series will run from December through May. The first Friday of each month, the Hibbing Planetrium will show an independent foreign film. Admission will always be free. The film line up includes independent films from across the world:

  • January 5: Glory
  • February 2: Moka
  • March 2: 1944
  • April 6: Soul on a String
  • May 4: Neither Heaven Nor Earth



HCC CLUBSMulticultural - 11:00 AM Fridays in the Commons
First meeting August 25th!
Light lunch will be served
LGBT Club Meetings, Wednesdays, 3:00 pm Room B208
CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) Wednesdays, 2:00 pm Room D20

ICC

Itasca Community College


    Black/Jew Dialogues

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    ICC CLUBS

    O Gitch | Dah Native American Student Organization - Wednesdays, Noon, Room L126

    SAGE - Sexuality and Gender Equity

    AISES - American Indian Science and Engineering Society

    SWE - Society of Women Engineers

    AAP - African American Pride Club

    Global Education



MRC

Mesabi Range College

Native American Heritage Month

Stop by the Commons and take a Famous Native American Quiz, win prizes!

Keith Secola Music, Blog and Statements

Keith Secola on Youtube



Bridges out of Poverty



Black/Jew Dialogues

Video TrailerPre/Post Q



MRC CLUBS

Multicultural Club
Wednesday, November 1
11:00 AM Commons Area


DVD Resources:

Viva La Causa - The story of Cesar Chavez

A Time for Justice - American's Civil Rights Movement

Selma - The Bridge to the Ballot

Mighty Times of Children's March - Civil Rights Movement

Starting Small - Teaching Tolerance in Preschool and the Early Grades

RRCC

Rainy River Community College



Black/Jew Dialogues

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RRCC CLUBS

Ojibwe language table - Commons
Wednesday, 5:00 PM

Diversity Club


Blast (Black Association of Students)
Anishinaabe Student Coalition
What's Up Rainy (video blog and newsletter)

VCC

Vermilion Community College


VCC CLUBS

Women Unite for all female students - weekly meeting or activity. Times and dates vary week to week/schedule posted on campus.

LBGTQA Group - weekly meeting. Times and dates vary week to week/schedule posted on campus.

Access Opportunity Success (AOS) Group for male students of color - Thursdays at noon every other week beginning August 24. Evening and week end activities/to be announced.

Access Opportunity Success (AOS) Group for female students of color - Thursdays at noon every other week beginning September 28. Evening and week end activities/to be announced.