Native American religions discussed Aug. 31

Margaret Jarek of the Ojibwe Nation will speak Aug. 31 in the “Comparative World Regions” class of Professor of Religion Brian Smith. The class runs from 10:10 to 11 a.m. in Todd Wehr 113.

Jarek will describe main themes in Native American religions. View more on her website.

All are welcome to attend the presentation.


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