Syracuse UniversityOffice of Multicultural Affairs


Upcoming Programs & Events

OMA Games - Sunday, November 5
Flanagan Gym - 3-6pm

Film Screening & Panel Discussion
Lake of Betrayal
November 2
6:00 p.m. Reception, 7:00 p.m. Film, 8:00 p.m. Q&A/Panel Discussion w/the Filmmakers | Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Auditorium
Presented by the Native American and Indigenous Studies Program, Maxwell Citizenship and Civic Engagement, Department of Religion, Native Student Program in the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Indigenous Students at Syracuse recognized student organization.
Indigenous Law with Joe Heath, Onondaga Nation Attorney
November 7
11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. | Syracuse University College of Law | Cortland Room 340
Learn more about what Indigenous Law/Indian Law is and opportunities and experiences in this practice area. Joe Heath is a veteran civil rights lawyer with multiple areas of practice since his admission to the bar in 1975. He will discuss the challenges and rewards of working for Indigenous rights and sovereignty.
Sponsored by NALSA (Native American Law Students Association)
Contact: Porsche Kayanthos Skenandore-Wheelock,
Canandaigua Treaty Day Celebration, “Brightening the Chain of Friendship”
November 11
Canandaigua, New York

New York State Education Department: Native
American Education Conference

November 14
Building on our Teachings through Culture, Language and Oral History
SED Museum, 222 Madison Avenue, Albany, NY 12230   |   9:00 A.M.  – 4:00 P.M.
Indian Law Workshop with Professor Kevin Maillard
November 15
Learn more about Indian Law in a special workshop with Professor Maillard. This is a rare and great opportunity to expand your legal comprehension while acknowledging and celebrating Native
Heritage Month. A reading will be required to get the most out of the discussion. Sponsored by the College of Law Native American Law Students Association.
RSVP for lunch order and to receive readings,
Rock Your Mocs!
November 15
We as Indigenous people wear our moccasins on November 15th, standing together worldwide, while recognizing our Tribal individuality. Event celebrated for a week to allow for more moc wearing opportunities.
Friday, November 17
Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium, Newhouse 3
Doors open at 6pm 
For more information contact Cedric T. Bolton at