Cultural Credit: Performance and Talk with Jody Gaskin

SONAR is hosting two events on Mar. 28, with Jody Gaskin, a member of the Ojibwa tribe of Native Americans.

Jody is a musician, dancer, singer and storyteller who performs at many powwows and events around the United States. There will be an informal lunch with him at 1:30 p.m., at the Cross Cultural Center. Students can meet him and ask questions in a comfortable setting. (Food will be provided at lunch with no fee.)

Then, at 4 p.m., he will be performing at the Rinker Field House and cultural credit is available.

SONAR invites you to come out and learn a little about Native culture with Mr. Gaskin!

Ashley Sullivan is a twenty one year old student at Stetson University, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Creative Writing. She is an Assistant Editor for the Touchstone Literary Magazine, as well as Treasurer-in-training for the Stetson Organization of Native American Revitalization. She belongs to an honor fraternity as well as the Psi Chi honor fraternity for the Psychology department.