Presented by Dr. Adrienne Keene, Assistant Professor, Brown University

Dr. Keene (Cherokee Nation) is a Native scholar, writer, blogger and activist. She is passionate about how the world sees contemporary Native cultures.


Public Lecture – Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

Time: 5:30-7:00p

Location: Northeastern Crossing, 1175 Tremont Street

Details: Open to all on- and off-campus members of the local community. Light refreshments will be served.

Co-sponsors: Scholars Program & Office of Undergraduate Research & Fellowships; Social Justice Resource Center, College of Social Sciences & Humanities; The Humanities Center; John D. O’Bryant African American Institute, Northeastern Crossing


Supplemental Events featuring Dr. Keene – 

Wednesday 2/1 -12:00p – Native & First Nations Luncheon

Hosted for Native & First Nations students, faculty and staff members. This informal luncheon gathering is meant to build and connect Native campus community members. RSVP to


Wednesday 2/1 – 2:50-4:30p – Workshop: Call to Action: How to support Native/Indigenous Communities in your Anti Racist Work

Location: 2nd Floor Lounge, John D. O’Bryant African American Institute