Indigenous Peoples Day speaker, Tanaya Winder

Indigenous Peoples Day Speaker – October 11, 2021

NACC is excited to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day next week with a few events. We will be tabling on the LSC Plaza and have invited one of our favorite local artist and activist, Tanaya Winder to speak with us virtually. Tanaya is an author, singer/songwriter, and motivational speaker who comes from an intertribal lineage of Southern Ute, Pyramid Lake Paiute, and Duckwater Shoshone Nations where she is an enrolled citizen. She is a 2016 National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development “40 Under 40” list of emerging American Indian leaders recipient. Winder co-founded As/Us: A Space for Women of the World, a literary magazine publishing works by BIPOC women.

The tabling on the Plaza will be from 11am – 1pm. October 11th is also National Coming Out Day, so we’ll be co-tabling with the Pride Resource Center to engage students with fun goodies, snacks, and music from KCSU that features artists from our communities. Please come by and say hi if you can!

The keynote event is Monday 10/11, at 5:30pm MT. Registration is not required, and the event is FREE to everyone! Below are the details and the flyer. You can also follow our social media pages for updated information and more events! Instagram: @NACC.CSU | Facebook event:

Indigenous Peoples Day Speaker: Tanaya Winder

Monday 10/11 @ 5:30pm MT

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Indigenous Peoples Day speaker, Tanaya Winder