Charting Our Path: Celebrating 50 Years of Black Studies (1971-2021) is open to the public on the first floor of Criss Library. The exhibit shares the history of one of […]
Helping Nebraskans explore what connects us and makes us human
For the fourth iteration of Contemporary Indigeneity, the Great Plains Art Museum sought Indigenous artists addressing issues and themes relevant to the contemporary Native American experience on the Great Plains. A […]
Speaker: Fred Nielsen Sponsored by Hillcrest Health
Speaker: Thomas King Sponsored by the Southeast Library System
Speaker: Laureen Riedesel Sponsored by the Morton-James Public Library
Speaker: Karen Wyatt Drevo Sponsored by the Friends of the Ponca Carnegie Public Library
Speaker: Sue McLain Sponsored by the Plymouth Improvement Association
Speaker: Joan Wells Sponsored by the Elkhorn Valley Museum
Speaker: Lorraine Duggan Sponsored by the Hastings Public Library
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