Welcome to California Center for Native Nations!
a new play by Carolyn Dunn
Time: 6PM - 7:30PM
Location: INTS 1111
Come celebrate Native American Heritage Month with a staged reading of Chasing Tailfeathers. This new play, a comedic take on Macbeth, is written by Carolyn Dunn and presented in collaboration with Kimberly Guerrero, Sarah D'Angelo, and Kalani Queypo.
This event is supported by California Center for Native Nations, Center for Ideas and Society, Reclamation and Native American Communities Faculty Commons, and Performing Difference Working Group with the Faculty Commons Group.
Meeting ID: 913 9077 8079
The California Center for the Native Nations (CCNN) is the bridge between the University of California and California’s Tribal Nations. It is a research center at the University of California, Riverside, that strives to and is committed to preserving the rich histories, cultures, languages and sovereignty of Tribal Nations. With a special focus on California Tribal Nations, CCNN is committed to working alongside American Indians to initiate, facilitate and execute research for, with, by, and about American Indians. CCNN connects Tribal Nations with UC expertise to execute the aforementioned. The relationship CCNN seeks to achieve with Tribal Nations is reciprocal, not only benefiting and enriching the Tribal Nations in which it connects with, but also enriching Native American and American Indian Studies within academia.