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Understanding and Respect for the past and present: panel discussion on indigenous peoples

This Library research guide is meant as a repository of resources recommended by the panelists and Loyola University Chicago Libraries. 

Understanding and Respect for the past and present: Panel Discussion on Indigenous Peoples

This Library research guide is meant as recommended resources by the panelists and Loyola University Chicago Libraries for the following program:

Understanding and Respect for the past and present: Panel Discussion on Indigenous Peoples

Wednesday, March 30th, 3:30-4:30 PM (Online/In-Person Event)

Location: Lakeshore Campus, McCormick Lounge, Coffey Hall

Click Here to Register

Co-sponsored by:  Loyola University Chicago Libraries and Student Government of Loyola Chicago
In partnership with Loyola’s Department of History, Jesuit Community at Loyola, and Midwest SOARRING Foundation


Goals for the event:  raise awareness and educate participants on the history of indigenous peoples at Loyola; share diverse cultures of the Native Americans in Chicago; bring about understanding and respect for past and present realities of local Native Americans; learn more about the Cudahy Library mural New Lands in North America Explored and Evangelized by Fathers of the Society of Jesus”.

Join us for a rich discussion with the following panel members from Loyola and the community:

  • Ella Doyle, President (Class of 2023) - Student Government of Loyola Chicago
  • Sean Jacobson, PhD Candidate - Loyola’s Public History/US History
  • Fr. Stephen Mitten, SJ, Senior Lecturer - School of Environmental Sustainability 
  • Joseph Standing Bear Schranz, Board President - Midwest SOARRING Foundation

This Library research guide is meant as a repository of resources recommended by the panelists and Loyola University Chicago Libraries.