Indigenous Peoples' Week: Day 1

Contact: Clifford Grace Steelman

Learn about the proposed Bristol Bay Pebble Mine.

Thank you for joining us on Indigenous Peoples' Day to learn about the proposed Bristol Bay Pebble Mine, which is located in land of the Alutiiq, Yup'ik and Athabasken peoples. Please take note of the action items located at the bottom of the page.

We hope that you continue to join us throughout the week. Remember that all of the topics highlighted in the resource hub are of particular importance to one or more Native and Indigenous Willamette students. We encourage you to refer to Friday's (10/09) announcement for more details.

Being an ally to Native and Indigenous people does not end here, it begins.

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Willamette University

Supported by: Native American Programs, the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, and the Gender Resource and Advocacy Center.

The Native and Indigenous Student Union presents: Indigenous Peoples′ Week Resource Hub. October 12th through 16th.

Daily topics

  • Monday, October 12th: Bristol Bay Pebble Mine
  • Tuesday, October 13th: Educational Barriers
  • Wednesday, October 14th: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
  • Thursday, October 15th: Thirty Meter Telescope
  • Friday, October 16th: Warm Springs Reservation Water Crisis


If you require disability accommodation for this event/resource, contact the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at 503-370-6195.

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