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Understanding and Respect for the past and present: panel discussion on indigenous peoples

Understanding and Respect for the past and present: panel discussion on indigenous peoples In-Person / Online

Co-sponsored by:  Loyola University Chicago Libraries and Student Government of Loyola Chicago
In partnership with Loyola’s Department of History, Jesuit Community at Loyola, and Midwest SOARRING Foundation

Goals for the event:  raise awareness and educate participants on the history of indigenous peoples at Loyola; share diverse cultures of the Native Americans in Chicago; bring about understanding and respect for past and present realities of local Native Americans; learn more about the Cudahy Library mural New Lands in North America Explored and Evangelized by Fathers of the Society of Jesus

Join us for a rich discussion with the following panel members from Loyola and the community:

  • Ella Doyle, President (Class of 2023) - Student Government of Loyola Chicago
  • Sean Jacobson, PhD Candidate - Loyola’s Public History/US History
  • Fr. Stephen Mitten, SJ, Senior Lecturer - School of Environmental Sustainability 
  • Joseph Standing Bear Schranz, Board President - Midwest SOARRING Foundation

    ***If you missed registering for the event today, please look out for a recording of the program on the University Libraries channel later this week:  youtube.com/luclibraries

    **Please sign up before 1:30pm on March 30th.  This event will be held online and in person.  For those who plan to attend online, registrants will receive the Zoom link prior to the event.   


    In-person Attendance Policy for Loyola Students, Faculty, Staff, and Guests

    Effective March 14, for the health and safety of all and in compliance with Loyola's Return to Campus guidelines, all participants are still strongly encouraged to wear masks for those seeking additional COVID-19 mitigation on campuses. Anyone who was recently exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 is also strongly encouraged to wear a mask in all settings.     Our updated mask guidelines apply to all students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors, regardless of vaccination status. Please respect the decision of anyone who chooses to wear a mask or asks you to wear a mask when near them. Personal decisions to wear a mask may be to protect oneself or to protect those around them who are more vulnerable to infection or too young to be vaccine-eligible. 

    Participants must also show their vaccination card (or photo of it) or proof of a negative COVID test result dated within 72 hours prior to arriving on campus. Please DO NOT email proof of vaccination or negative test results ahead of the event.  Loyola students, faculty, and staff can also show the Loyola Health app on their mobile phones to verify their campus access status. Thank you.

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Wednesday, March 30, 2022
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
McCormick Lounge, Coffey Hall
Lake Shore
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Annette Alvarado