On Monday, October 14, members of the Native Graduate Association will be joining the larger UB community in a variety of events to help provide a counter-narrative to the American holiday of Columbus Day. From 11AM-2PM, students and faculty will be outside the Student Union talking to members of the UB community about the real legacy of Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Americas. From 3PM-4:30PM, Jolene Rickard will be giving a talk in the Center for the Arts. At 6PM, the Native Graduate Association will be hosting Steve Newcomb in 120 Clemens for a talk pertaining to Columbus Day. The talk will last until 8PM, and food will be providing first-come, first-serve at 5PM, before the talk. All are welcome and encouraged to attend! Please see attached flyers for more information. Any questions can be directed to Jennifer Loft (email@example.com) or Jodi Maracle (firstname.lastname@example.org).