WHAT: The WVU Native American Studies Program welcomes the public to its 27th annual Peace Tree Ceremony. The WVU Peace Tree was planted on September 12, 1992 to commemorate the University's commitment to the rediscovery of America's Indian heritage.
WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 26 at 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: Gluck Theater, Mountainlair Student Union
WHO: Jamie Jacobs (Tonawanda Seneca). In addition to representing his tribal nation, Jacobs is a cultural educator and artist who works for the Rock Foundation's Rochester Museum and Science Center in Rochester, New York. Blaine Tallchief (Allegany Seneca) will sing and deliver an invocation.
MORE INFORMATION: eberly.wvu.edu/news-events/events/0926192019-peace-tree-ceremony
CONTACT: Katlin Swisher
Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
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