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435 N. Garland Ave., Fayetteville, AR
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The University of Arkansas One Book One Community Committee chose a book connected to the topic of Native American communities for the 2022 selection for the campus with the intention of increasing engagement with Native American students and community members. As a 'kick-off' to Native American Heritage Month in November, One Book, One Community will be sponsoring an author keynote and a lunch panel discussion to coincide with Angeline Boulley's Firekeeper's Daughter book at the end of October.


On October 27th, there will be a lunch panel discussion featuring Angeline and local indigenous authors and artists moderated by Dr. Ben Ramirez, the UARK Multicultural Center Programming Coordinator. The lunch will be held in ARKU 512-513 from 12-1:30pm. 


The event will offer sandwich boxed lunches catered by Ozarks Catering but will also feature snacks and beverages made by companies owned by indigenous individuals and tribes! Vegetarian options will be available.


Register here for a free ticket as space is limited. This event will also be available via a remote option using Zoom here.

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