Natives at Penn
Natives at Penn,originally founded in 1994, is a student organization representing Native students on Penn's campus. NAPundergraduates and graduate students meet with University faculty and staff toincrease awareness of contemporary Indigenous issues, attend interschool eventssuch as the All-Ivy Native Conference, work with the Office of Admissions tosponsor recruitment efforts and host Penn's Annual Powwow every year. Apartfrom engaging with the Penn community, NAP students also attend events hostedby local tribes and are supported by the partnerships they create within theirown communities as well. Current members of NAP represent nations from acrossIndian country including Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape, Oglala Lakota, Navajo,Cheyenne River Sioux, Micmaq, Choctaw, Miskito, Washoe, Mescalero Apache,Lenape, Cherokee, Potawatomi, Navajo, San Ildefonso Pueblo and Zuni Pueblo.
FaLL 2018 - Spring 2019 NAP Leader
Sam Garr & Erica Dienes
spring 2019 Events
Check out the photos from the 7th Annual Powwow!
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