Presentation of students of the Northwest Indian College

This winter we started a new university program in SURCO with students at the Northwest Indian College, located in Bellingham Washington. It is a great pleasure to have students from the first nations of North America: Quinna Hamby of the Tuscarora(Skarure) Nation, and Mikaela Ponca Montoya of the Osage(Niakonska) Nation, who both presented a bit […]

This winter we started a new university program in SURCO with students at the Northwest Indian College, located in Bellingham Washington. It is a great pleasure to have students from the first nations of North America: Quinna Hamby of the Tuscarora(Skarure) Nation, and Mikaela Ponca Montoya of the Osage(Niakonska) Nation, who both presented a bit about the history and the situation of their peoples in the United States. The presentation was in English with translation into Spanish.

We were so glad to have these two students here with us at SURCO and we wanted to make space for them to share some of their experiences with you.

On the 18th, 19th and 20th of February of this year, we visited the community of Santa María Yaviche, to share experiences and knowledge with the community and with the students of the Centro de Estudios Universitarios Xhidza CEUXHIDZA.

You are cordially invited to the exposition that these students will have about their peoples.

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