Contact MICA

1120 Adele H. Stamp Student Union
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742


301-314-8600
MICA-contact@umd.edu

Native American INDIAN Heritage Month

From Black/Red Power to Hip Hop:

Black & Indigenous Solidarities in Unexpected Places 

Oct. 30th | 7-9PM | Stamp Prince George’s Room

Sponsors: AISU & MICA *Refreshments Provided

Historian of modern US, Afro-Indigenous, and Indigenous studies Dr. Kyle Mays will join us from UCLA to discuss Black & Indigenous Solidarity.

 

Culture Vulture:

An Inside Look at Cultural Appropriation Within the Black Community and Other Communities

Oct. 31st | 5PM | Nyumburu Multipurpose Room

Sponsors: NAACP, LSU & AISU

 

Guess Who? A Crash Course on Politics:

Learn who represents you in local and state government

Nov. 1st | 5PM | Nyumburu Multipurpose Room

Sponsors: NAACP & ASA

 

"You're Enough"

A Discussion on Activism and One's Mental Health

Nov. 2nd | 5PM | Francis Scott Key 0121

Sponsors: NAACP & BSU Social Action Committee

 

Native Roots Monologues

with the American Indian Student Union & TOTUS Spoken Word Experience

Nov. 7th | 7PM | Stamp Grand Ballroom Lounge

Sponsors: AISU & MICA *Refreshments Provided

Come join AISU & TOTUS for an exciting evening filled with poetry, music, dancing and bead & quillwork displays!

 

Film Screening: 500 Years

Nov. 15th | 5:30-7:30PM | Stamp Grand Ballroom Lounge

Sponsors: MICA, USLT & SLLC

 

BAIC 43rd Annual Pow-Wow

Nov. 18th | 11-7PM | Towson University

Sponsor: Baltimore American Indian Center

Join us for our 43rd Annual Pow-Wow at Towson University. We will be located on the 2nd floor of the University Union from 11-7pm. Grand Entrance is at Noon and 4pm.

FREE PARKING is available in the Union Garage off Osler Drive.
Admission for adults- $10 and Children 4-12 years old- $5.
(3 and under are free)

Tickets will be sold at the door, CASH ONLY, or you can buy your tickets ahead of time using the link below! 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/baic-43rd-annual-pow-wow-tickets-38516120754

There will be dancers, drummers, Native vendors, health services and more. If you have any questions please email the BAIC at baic.center@gmail.com