April 13 - April 17, 2015
This year the theme for Indian Law Week is “Law, Culture and the Environment.” NALSA will host lunchtime speakers from noon to 1 p.m. each day in Law Building Room 101 to discuss a variety of topics impacting tribal communities.
- April 13: John Harrison & Germaine White from the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes will present “Bull Trout Restoration – Bio Cultural Resiliency”.
- April 14: Pat Smith, Attorney & Northwest Energy Council member will present “The Columbia River Treaty – What you always wanted to know”.
- April 15: Danna Jackson, Assistant US Attorney will present “Natural Resource Development and Law Enforcement Needs”
"Save Our Language Run!"
Brought to you by the ASUM group: Sacred Roots Language Society at the University of Montana Missoula Campus. This is a fundraising race to build language awareness for Native American Languages. The race is a 5K Run-Walk and a 1 mile Children’s Run.
When: The race will begin at 9am on Friday, April 17th 2015.
Where: The run will take place on the Ken Williams Trail, the start will be where the pedestrian crossing meets the trail. This is located near the Student Recreation Center on the UM campus:
Cost: Pre registration is available until the day of the run $20
Registration on the day of is : $25
Honoring Survivors Shawl Event
Friday, April 17th, Noon on the Oval
A round dance honoring indigenious victems of sexual assault.
Hope Quilt Display
Tuesday, April 21, Noon on the Oval
An artistic patchwork display with messages of support and hope for those affected by sexual violence.