Annual Deloria Symposium starts Thursday at Northwest Indian College

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJuly 8, 2014 

LUMMI RESERVATION - Tribal governance and climate change will be among the topics discussed during Northwest Indian College's ninth-annual Vine Deloria Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium Thursday, July 10, to Saturday, July 12.

Registration costs $150, which includes continental breakfasts and lunches for every day of the symposium as well as a salmon dinner Friday night.

Deloria Jr. was an author and an activist for Native American rights. He also taught at Western Washington University from 1969-1972 and had ties to Northwest Indian College.

The symposium starts at 8 a.m. Thursday in the college's Coast Salish Institute Building.

Those interested in more information and a full agenda can visit nwic.edu.

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