RAD November Community Event celebrating Indigenous Peoples

RAD’s next community event celebrating Indigenous Peoples will take place on Thursday, November 17 from 5-7:30pm at Huntley High School. Our celebration will include free admission for students and community members of all ages. There will be storytelling and dancing presented by the Trickster Cultural Center as well as food from a famous Chicago native, Chef Jessica, owner and chef of Ketapanen Kitchen. This will be an educational event that highlights the culture and history of Indigenous people. As the date gets closer, the event schedule and details will be posted on our website: https://huntley158.org/rad/

The goals of Huntley 158’s Recognizing American Diversity (RAD) initiative are to recognize, celebrate and discover diverse perspectives and identities that have historically been underrepresented. Each month, we host one community event that celebrates diverse voices and provides us with opportunities to discover more about the community and cultures all around us.  You can learn more about the Recognizing American Diversity initiative and monthly events, visit our website here.

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