Saturday, April 1: Missoula's first Native American Race Relations and Healing Symposium will be hosted here at Shakespeare and Company. 10am-3pm.
This event will start at 10 a.m. and will feature two panels, the first focusing on tribal sovereignty, with speakers Adrian Jawort, John Robinson and Meg Singer.
The second panel will discuss some of the hot topics of the day, including the events at Standing Rock, the issue of blood quantum, and the efforts to keep Native American languages alive. This panel will feature Sterling HolyWhiteMountain, Robert Hall, Francis Bauer and April Youpee-Roll.
April's Native American Race Relations and Healing Symposium is part of a series of events created by Montanan Russell Rowland. This event is brought to Missoula through funding from Humanities Montana.