Ada E. Deer, a pioneer in social work, activism and politics,, will come to UNC as the fourth elder in residence at the University’s American Indian Center.
She will serve in that position from today through Saturday. On Wednesday, she will give a free public talk, “Conversation on American Indian Tribal Governance” from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the George Watts Hill Alumni Center.
On Saturday, she will attend the University’s 24th annual Carolina Indian Circle Powwow in Fetzer Gym.
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