Students for Indigenous Awareness

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Our club works to celebrate and empower Indigenous narratives and culture in the Gettysburg community and Gettysburg College campus while educating ourselves and the community and bringing awareness of adversities that Indigenous individuals and communities face. Land Acknowledgement: Gettysburg College is on unceded Indigenous land including the traditional homelands of the Susquehannock/Conestoga, Seneca and the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, Leni Lenape, and Shawnee Nations, and the connections of Indigenous Peoples to this land continue today. We have a responsibility to honor these connections and we strive to understand our place within the past, present, and future of this Indigenous land by reflecting on our relationships with the human and other-than-human relatives with whom it is shared.

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Sydney Dranow
President
Mary Kate Danberg
Vice-President
David Walsh
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Students for Indigenous Awareness

300 N Washington St
Gettysburg, PA, 17325
United States