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Monroe County Community College honors Native American history

Throughout November, MCCC will host an events series that will include displays, panel discussions and a history presentation.
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MONROE, Michigan — November is Native American Heritage Month and the Monroe County Community College is honoring their history by organizing a month-long event series. 

You can check the schedule of the events below: 

Wednesday, Nov. 6.  Panel Discussion

“The First Journey toward Understanding – The Importance of Telling the Untold Stories.”

6-7 p.m., La-Z-Boy Center Atrium

Native American Heritage Month Event Panel Discussion: "The First Journey toward Understanding - The Importance of Telling the Untold Stories." 6-7 p.m.., La-Z-Boy Center Atrium. Also, Throughout November: Displays. All month, there will be "Notable Native Americans" displays in the Audrey M.

Tuesday, Nov. 26.  Presentation

“Thanksgiving, the True Story - Everything You Didn’t Know about Thanksgiving; an Alternative View of the Pilgrim’s Story” by Edmund La Clair, assistant professor of history.

6-7:30 p.m., La-Z-Boy Center Atrium

Native American Heritage Month Presentation: "Thanksgiving, the True Story - Everything You Didn't Know about Thanksgiving; an Alternative View of the Pilgrim's Story" by Edmund La Clair, assistant professor of history. 6-7:30 p.m., La-Z-Boy Center Atrium. Also, Throughout November: Displays. All month, there will be "Notable Native Americans" displays in the Audrey M.

All Month Long in November:  Displays

“Notable Native Americans” displays (2 Locations)

Location:  Audrey M. Warrick Student Services Administration Building in the main hallway across from Cuisine 1300 Restaurant

Location:  In the glass case across from the Human Resources Office

All events are free and open to the public.

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