Third Annual Indigenous Peoples Day (October 11th)

Event Date                                                                              Contact                   
October 11, 2019                                                                      Dr. Cueponcaxochitl
(6:30 pm. to 9:15 p.m.)                                                             Ethnic Studies Program

Location                                                                                  Email
Faculty Development Center Patio                                

Who's invited                                                                          Parking
Open to the public                                                                    Free in Lot 8

We would like to thank our sponsors:
Indigenous Students in Activism
Instructionally Related Activities Grant
College of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
National Science Foundation
University Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Grant
Office of the Provost
Office of Service Learning
Warrior Eats
Diversity Center at Stanislaus State
Phi Alpha Theta
​The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

Event Accommodations
Persons with disabilities who anticipate needing special accommodations or who have questions about physical access may email or call (209) 667-3258 in advance of the event.

Indigenous people day posterIndigenous Peoples Day is a holiday that commemorates Indigenous Peoples of the U.S. and beyond. Indigenous Peoples Day is a growing social movement that brings to light Indigenous issues such as cultural preservation and revitalization. The holiday is observed in various cities and states throughout the country. At Stanislaus State, we celebrate the 3rd Annual Indigenous Peoples Day holiday with a series of events that include speakers and communities who will come together to learn, share, and appreciate historical and contemporary cultures of Indigenous peoples. This year’s theme is “Indigenous Sustainability: Protecting Land, Water, Human, and More than Human Kinships” over two days, October 10 and 11 from 6:30-9:15 pm. You won't want to miss this!

​Download Third Annual Indigenous Peoples Day Event Flyer

Program Schedule

Poster with schedule information(6:00 pm) - Food available in FDC 118 (throughout the event)

(6:30 pm - 6:45 pm) - Opening Blessing by Indigenous Students in Activism, Chippewa Cree Auzyee Padama '23 Eagle Dancer and Kumeyaay ToniMarie Dominguez '23 Singer

(6:45 pm - 7:40 pm) - Indigenous Stewardship and Economic Sustainability: Rico Miranda, Zapotepec and Casa Ecologia Ruben

(7:40 pm - 7:45 pm) Karym Sanchez opens for SUPAMAN

(7:45 pm - 8:40 pm) Indigenous Hip Hop Artist and Lyricist SUPAMAN

(8:40 pm - 9:15 pm) - Bring your Instruments! Communal Musical Celebration- Fandanguito with Angela Flores, Gerardo Santos, ETHS 4950 Afro-Mexican Indigenous Cultural Practice Students, ETHS Faculty, Supaman, Jace, David, and Cuixin

Visit Indigenous Peoples Day Guest Speakers and Performers (October 11th) page for biographies

Download Third Annual Indigenous Peoples Day (October 11th) Program Schedule

Campus Map with Free Parking and Event Location

Complimentary Parking in Lot 8 - see campus map