Visiting actress to talk ‘Arts/Advocacy in American Indian Education’

Cherokee actress DeLanna Studi will cap her residency with a free program from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Friday, March 8, in the Rose Hall 250 auditorium. Titled “Arts and Advocacy in American Indian Education,” the session featuring Studi will share stories of her upbringing and education in rural Oklahoma, her experiences as a professional performer in film and theatre, and how these experiences have led her to become an advocate for Native issues. First Nations Studies and Humanistic Studies are partnering with the Professional Program in Education, and the Institute for Learning Partnership on this particular program. All are welcome.