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Two Spirit Reclamation by Tony Enos

Hailed by gbmnews.com as the most exciting performer to come out of Philadelphia since Patti LaBelle—internationally selling pop recording artist Tony Enos has become one of the most influential “out” artists in pop music. He is recognized for ongoing philanthropic efforts for LGBTQ community and youth rights, HIV/AIDS awareness and Domestic Violence Awareness. The Eastern Band Cherokee musician brings attention to Native American/First Nations/Indigenous issues such as Two Spirit Reclamation and the sacred water crisis in Standing Rock, N.D. Tony states, “I truly believe where words fail, music speaks.”

Thursday, June 29
Multimedia presentation
12:30-1:30 p.m.
South Omaha Campus
ITC Building, Room 120

Lecture
Elkhorn Valley Campus
Room 114
6:30-7:30 p.m.

EDUCATION ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES 2017

For more information, please email Barbara Velazquez.
Learn more about short-term faculty-led education abroad programs and complete an online interest application.

Barbara Velázquez, Coordinator

International/Intercultural Education
bvelazquez@mccneb.edu
531-MCC-2253
402-403-0660 (Fax)

Theresa Foley, Secretary

International/Intercultural Education
tfoley@mccneb.edu
531-MCC-2266
402-403-0660 (Fax)


PO Box 3777
Omaha, NE
68103-0777