Native American Critical Issues 52nd Annual Conference
Hosted on Zoom March 10-12, 2022, 8:30-2pm ET by the Michigan Indian Education Council
The 2022 theme is Jichag: Seeking Balance and Centering Identity
Registration is now open!
Visit https://www.miecconference.org for more information and to register. Registration is $150 and includes an additional Eventbrite service fee.
Join us for 3 conference tracks, including
- 2 General Tracks, for the general public and professionals
- 1 Youth Track, for young professionals, students, or college-aged students who may be involved in Native American Student Organizations
- 6 Plenary sessions
- 9 Breakout sessions
- 2 Pre-Conference Networking Café sessions everyday March 10-12, 8:30-9am to chat with other attendees
- 2 Vendor Booths March 10-11, 12:45-1:45pm to/ meet with organizations and service providers
- Access to presentation materials after the conference
- Claiming and Centering Identity with FireKeeper’s Daughter Author, Angeline Boulley
- Anishinaabe Comedy Hour with Comedian Johnny R. Ojibwe Outlaw
- Beauty and Humor: Countering Generational Trauma Through Journaling, Sketching, and Lyrics
- Michigan Indian Education Townhall
- How Climate Change affects our Cultural Centering
- A Family’s Perspective on Boarding School Survival
- Native Inclusion Initiatives at Universities
- Destressing in the Time of COVID
- and more!
Call for Presenters! Closes today, 2/3/22
Share your product, service, or information as a Vendor! Application closes 2/14/22
Be listed as a vendor on the conference website and meet one-on-one with attendees in a Breakout Room during 2 virtual Vendor Booths, March 10 & 11, 2022, 12:45-1:45pm ET.
Vendor fees are $50 by mail or $50 plus service fee via Eventbrite.
Questions? contact firstname.lastname@example.org