Native Community Action is sponsoring a Native American Ethnohistory Gathering at the UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art theater, April 28th, 2018 from 3 pm – 7 pm. The event is to provide engagement with Native American tribal communities throughout the Great Basin. “The 10,000-year-old stories and songs of the Shoshone people are literally, the unwritten history of the west,” said, Ian Zabarte, Secretary of Native Community Action. Support provided by the Braunstein Foundation, A 501c(3) nonprofit educational organization.
3:00 PM: Welcome/Introductions
3:15 PM: Popol Vuh (Maya Creation Story). Film and Discussion by Mannetta Braunstein
5:00 PM The Doctrine of Discovery (film). Presented by Author & Producer Steven T. Newcomb
6:00 PM Native Americans and Aliens (video/discussion). Native American perspectives presented by Ian Zabarte
LOCATION UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art auditorium.
PARKING Parking is free on Saturday in all metered, staff, and student spaces.
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