Red Sunrise (Rojo Amanecer)
Oct. 2: Main Library, North Conference Room, W449

This 1989 film tells the story of a middle-class Mexican family accidentally involved in a 1968 Tlatelolco student revolt. The event is presented in coordination with the MSU Museum exhibit “Our Journeys/Our Stories: Portraits of Latino Achievement.”
For more information, contact the MSU Library staff.

American Indian Identity in American Higher Education
Oct. 16,; Kellogg Center

This combination of lectures, seminars, and conferences discusses the presence of American Indians in higher education.
For more information, contact the Native American Institute at catera@msu.edu.

Song and Dance Ensemble of West Africa
Oct. 22; Wharton Center

The Song and Dance Ensemble of West Africa, led by director Bamba Dembele, uses traditional African instruments and dance, fusing ancient cultural traditions with the modernity of present-day Africa. Tickets are $28, $22, or $15.

For more information, contact the Wharton Center Box Office or hoffma95@msu.edu.

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