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Upcoming Fall and Winter Events--Indigenous Peoples' Day and Storytelling!

Mark you calendars for the following two events coming up--see "read more" under the photo--

Indigenous Peoples' Day, in collaboration with Southern Oregon University, the City of Ashland, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the Ashland School District, Monday, October 14, 2019--in place of Columbus Day--to honor the indigenous peoples across this continent! R.E.D. is thrilled to help host the following:

October 13th
Film Festival Kick-off Event
1:00pm - 4:00pm South Medford High School, FREE
Southern Oregon ESD Indian Ed
Contact: Teresa_Cisneros@soesd.k12.or.us

October 14th
Salmon Bake
Food, activities, Native/Indigenous speakers/performers, and more!
11:00am - 3:00pm SOU Stevenson Union- Courtyard, FREE
Contact: colleyb@sou.edu

Intergenerational Activism Panel
3:30pm - 5:00pm SOU Stevenson Union- Rogue River Room, FREE
Contact: kwoligirl52691@gmail.com

Decolonization Celebration
6:00pm -7:30pm OSF Courtyard Stage, FREE
Contact: amberb@osfashland.org

Native Plays Theatre Exhibit
Celebrating OSF’s Past and Current Native/Indigenous Plays
9:00am - 7:30pm Day Oregon Shakespeare Festival Campus - Black Swan Theater, FREE
Contact: amberb@osfashland.org

Between Two Knees
8:00pm Oregon Shakespeare Festival- Thomas Theater
*Special price for Native American/Indigenous people. Call the box office at 1-800-219-8161 and use promo code 20148 to reserve tickets (limited seating).

October 24th - December 14th
Victor Maldonado solo exhibition, Excerpts from a Book I’ll Never Write
Schneider Museum of Art
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 24th, FREE
4:00pm - 5:00pm members & volunteers early preview
5:00pm -7:00pm general public
Contact: malbaurns@sou.edu

Support from
Southern Oregon University’s Native American Studies, Native American Student Union, Native American Advisory Council, Native Nations Liaison, Student Life, Women’s Resource Center, Multicultural Resource Center, Queer Resource Center, Veteran’s Resource Center, ECOS Sustainability Resource Center, Division of Humanities and Culture, Division of Social Science, School of Education, University Housing, Oregon Center for the Arts, Office of the President, and Schneider Museum of Art; Red Earth Descendants, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, City of Ashland, Friends of the Cascade Siskiyou Monument, the Nature Conservancy, Rogue Climate, and Peace House

Our annual R.E.D. Solstice Storytelling Conference, Saturday, December 21, 2019 at the Bellview Grange in Ashland, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., also with more details coming your way.