LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College will host its annual Multicultural Awareness Week next week, Sept. 14-18. All of the events are free and open to the public and will be held at various locations on campus.
The schedule for the week of activities is as follows:
Monday, Sept. 14:
- Information Fair, including activities organized by International Programs and other student clubs, in front of the Student Union Building (12-2 p.m.).
Tuesday, Sept. 15:
- Food and Culture Night at the Williams Conference Center (6-7:30 p.m.).
Wednesday, Sept. 16:
- Washington State University professor Michael Holloman presents the artwork “"Clyfford Still: The Colville Reservation and Beyond, 1934-1939" at the Selway Room of the Williams Conference Center (10:30-11:30 a.m.).
- Native American Friendship Lunch at Pi’amkinwaas (12-1:30 p.m.).
Thursday, Sept. 17:
- University of Oregon professor Kari Norgaard presents "Salmon Feeds Our People: Traditional foods and health in an era of climate change” at Sacajawea Hall Room 115 (12-1 p.m.).
- Constitution Day discussion on Article V of the U.S. Constitution and the amendment process at Sacajawea Hall Room 115 (6-7:30 p.m.).
Friday, Sept. 18:
- Soccer tournament on the Library lawn (2-5 p.m.).
For additional information about Multicultural Week or one of the events contact LCSC professor Kerensa Allison at 208-792-2348 or [email protected].