OSQA & NAL Event: Gender and Sexuality in Indigenous Communities

This week OSQA hosted its first-ever collaborative event with one of OSU’s Cultural Resource Centers! OSQA partnered with the Native American Longhouse (NAL) Eena Haws to put together an event as part of the NAL’s Native American Heritage Celebration Month. The event consisted of a discussion about gender and sexuality in Indigenous communities using short film clips and videos to act as conversation starters. Malik Ensley, OSQA Intern, along with NAL staff selected the viewing materials; Ensley facilitated the event and reported that it was very impactful for those in attendance! For more information on the topic, be sure to check out the film TwoSpirits as well as the book Gender and Sexuality in Indigenous North America, 1400–1850

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