The Center for American Indian Community Health (CAICH) is pleased to provide monthly trainings about different aspects of American Indian history and cultures. Our trainings are scheduled for the fourth Monday of each month at 10am in the Endowment Building, Second Floor Large Conference Room. We also hold a variety of cultural events, lectures, and panel discussions during Native American Heritage Month (November) each year and at other times when requested. We will provide topic-specific trainings if requested for anyone at KUMC or elsewhere. If you are interested in having a cultural training or other event or would like to suggest a topic for a future cultural training, please contact Mr. Jason Hale, CAICH Assistant Director for Community Engagement and Education.
March 27: Prairie Band Potawatomi Culture (Presenter: Jason Hale)
April 24: Nishnabe Culture (Presenter: Stephen Valliere)
May 22: African American and American Indian: Finding Cultural Identity and Presence in the American Media Landscape (Presenter: Crystal Lumpkins)