Native American Conversations with Dr. Greg GagnonDecember 3, 2016
The Museum of Native American History and the University of Arkansas Osher Lifelong Learning Institute presents "Native American Conversations: A Brief Discussion of History, Politics and Culture with Dr. Greg Gagnon”. This talk will include a discussion of the Standing Rock protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Dr. Greg Gagnon is a retired American Indian Studies professor who continues teaching American Indian Law at Loyola University of New Orleans each spring, consulting with tribal colleges, and public speaking. In addition to research and writing, he was a tribal college administrator for seventeen years on Pine Ridge Reservation, consulted on current issues and higher education administration on several reservations and for national organizations, and is a citizen of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Crane Clan. Free admission; open to the public.
Event Location and Contact Information:
Museum of Native American History
202 SW O Street