Dinner and a Lecture
Grayhawk Perkins
"Native American 
Culture of the Southeast"

Wednesday, 9 March 2022
Cocktails at 6 pm
Dinner to follow
Trey Yuen

Program includes: 

Before and after European contact

The mound culture through today’s native culture, lifestyle, men & women’s roles and covering stereotype misconceptions.

Our speaker

Grayhawk Perkins 

Award winning local Native American educator, musician, cultural historian, and storyteller

"Born in New Orleans to parents from the Choctaw and United Houma Native Nations, Grayhawk had the unique experience of growing up surrounded by an extended family that included naturalists, storytellers, and visual artists. Grayhawk grew up to become an internationally recognized authority on Southeastern Native American and Colonial cultural history. "

https://unitedhoumanation.org/grayhawk-perkins/

Read more about this Native American Culture Bearer:

March April 2021 issue of Inside Northside Magazine

https://issuu.com/in_magazine/docs/2103web/s/11769456

Watch Smithsonian's Family Story Telling with Grayhawk Perkins - National Museum of the American Indian

https://www.si.edu/es/object/yt_yIPhA3gTY84?width=85%25&height=85%25&iframe=true&destination=edan_searchtab/video%3Fpage%3D471

 

If you have any questions about this event, please email us at:  OMHA@oldmandevillehistoricassociation.org

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