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Chautauqua Open Call!
20 Feb 2015
The New Mexico Humanities Council is requesting new proposals for the Chautauqua and Speakers Bureau Program. Presentations bring history to life through a performance by a scholar/performer posing as a historical figure; or an expert speaker on an intriguing topic!
You can find more information by clicking, "2015 Chautauqua Program Requests Proposals." (it is an off shoot category from the "Chautauqua" tab on the left hand column)
For questions or concerns, please contact, Jacobo Baca at 505.633.7371 or firstname.lastname@example.org
History of African American Teachers in New Mexico Indian Schools
19 Feb 2015
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center & African American Museum and Cultural Center of New Mexico present a special event in recognition of African American History Month 2015. Join us for a conversation with retired African American educators Dr. Lenton Malry, Mr. Tommie Jewell, and Mrs. Alice Pegues, who taught in the Indian Service (BIA) from the 1950's through the mid 1970's. They will share their experiences and recollections with Mable Orndorff-Plunkett, facilitator.
This FREE program will take place on February 25th from 5:30-7:00pm at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in the Silver & Turquoise Room. For more information, please clink the link below!
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