The performance will be held at the RCAH Theater in Snyder Hall on February 8, 7:00 - 8:00 pm.

Wiba Anung, a research partnership between MSU staff and the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan, is participating as an exhibitor at the Food Fight! exhibition on display in the MSU Museum. As a part of the exhibit, the team has worked with partners to have a special performance. In this performance, organized by University Outreach and Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA member Beedoskah Stonefish, the Peshawbestown Dancers and Singers will present Stories and Reflections from Gichigami. This cultural presentation shares their community’s relationships with food through Anishinaabe songs and dances.

Thanks to the MSU Museum, Native American Institute, MSU Office of Admissions, American Indian and Indigenous Studies program, and EAGLE faculty and staff association for sponsoring this special event.

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Learn more about the Food Fight! exhibit