Events at Foothill in 2014
11/11 12 - 1:30 p.m. Hearthside Lounge
Our Aleut History: Alaskan Natives in Progress
A film by UCSC grad Judy A. Young about the Native Alaskans who inhabited our 49th state for thousands of years before America bought it from Russia.
11/12 12-1 Hearthside Lounge
Lecture Series I: Q&A- Our Aleut History: Alaskan Natives in Progress
With filmmaker Judy A. Young.
11/19 12-1 Hearthside Lounge
Lecture Series II: Gender in Native American Societies
The Social Action for Gender Equality (SAGE) Club presents research on gender roles and expectations prior to colonialism.
11/20 11-12 Hearthside Lounge
Lecture Series III: Tharon Weighill, Ph.D
Chumash Native Weighill will speak about the history of the modern American Indian Movement from the perspective of an active participant in ongoing civil rights struggles.
11/26 12-1 Campus Center Plaza
Performance: Medicine Road
The Bay Area's best-known Native American rock group uses the Native American flute and incorporates Native philosophy into their music (featuring Paul Aguilar of Foothill College).
Native American Heritage Month at Foothill
November is time for the Native American Celebration at Foothill College! Our campus was a thriving Ohlone village site for many thousands of years, and Foothill Library has prepared this LibGuide to highlight books, articles, and websites on the history and culture of California's Native Americans.