Photo of University Hall


Category: Native American and Indigenous Studies

Photo of Brianna Dagaostino, a member of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape and Montclair alum

Indigenous People’s Day Lecture Event

a graphic element. Event flyer efatures event description, date (Sept 20 at 12:00) and an image of the Speaker, Karelle Hall

Revitalizing Kutiikiitowaakanun: Our Nanticoke Language

A presentation and conversation with Karelle Hall on September 20

Students Plant Seeds to Revive a Native American Language

Meaning of the Seed watch party flyer

Screening of Documentary “Meaning of the Seed”, a film about Native American justice and resilience in NJ, followed by discussion with filmmaker and tribal leaders

Red Blanket Singers

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day

Montclair unveils Land Acknowledgement and new academic programming, welcomes tribes as part of on-campus event

Red Blanket Singers in a circle with crowd watching in background

Montclair Local Highlights Montclair State’s Indigenous Peoples Day Event

photo of a group of students standing side by side in a large greenhouse

Community-Based Learning Makes an Impact

Students in RELG 384/HONP 301 enact real change in partnership with Ramapough Turtle Clan