Posted: November 11, 2020

Tuesday, November 17 @ 7pm
Student Identity Panel: What it means to be Indigenous at Predominantly White Institutions?

Thursday, November 19 @ 7pm
How to become a good Ally to Indigenous Peoples

Tuesday, November 24 @ 7pm
Film Screening: N. Scott Momaday: Words From a Bear (2019, 83 min.) featuring Filmmaker, Jeffery Palmer, Kiowa

The Indigenous Peoples Student Association (IPSA) logo features a turtle with twenty-four triangles. The turtle represents the earth, an icon of life to Indigenous peoples. The purple triangles with white outlines comes from the Haudenosaunee Dust Fan Belt which represents the ideals of clarity, or the bringing of clear visions to the eyes and mind of our students. The triangles also represent the number of campuses that comprise Penn State University.