American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University.

American Indian Awareness Week April 3-8, 2017

American Indian Awareness Week April 3-8, 2017

During the week of April 3rd- 8th, 2017 the Lakota Omniciye student organization will host the 34th annual "Lakota Omniciye Wacipi" during American Indian Awareness Week. This event is dedicated to educating the community about Indian culture, featuring daily speakers and a variety of events at Black Hills State University. All events are open to the public.

Activities will take place April 3-8,2017. Speakers will be on campus to present in American Indian Studies classes. The schedule of speakers will be finalized at the end of March.


2017 American Indian Awareness Week
“Transforming Ideas Into Action Through a Native Lens” 

American Indian Awareness Speaker Series April 3rd-7th, 2017.

View the 2017 Speaker Series Schedule of events 

All Events are open to the public

For further information, locations, and updates contact: Center for American Indian Studies 605.642.6578. Persons with disabilities requesting accommodations for these events should contact Urla Marcus at 605.642.6578 at least 48 hours prior to start of event.

All activities are drug and alcohol free.

For more information, including vendor information, contact Urla Marcus or Rosie Sprague at 605-642-6578.

Click here for 2017 Vendor Application