This Friday evening September 25th at 7:00 PM in the Lewis and Clark Room in the MSU-B Student Union Building there will be a Forum "There's an Elephant in the Community" presented by MSUB Native American Studies Department, NIOT Billings, and Billings Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.
The Moderator is:
Mary Hernandez of the YBGR Empowering Youth Program
The Panelists are:
Nona Main - Student MSUB Native American Indian Studies
Silbs Silbernagle - Student MSUB Native American Indian Studies
Sue Champagne - Grad Student MSUB Native American Indian Studies
Darrell Lamere - Native American Development Corp.
Eran Thompson - NIOT, Cancer Society, Community Activist
Claudia Stephens - Chair of the Human Relations Commission
Dr. Jeff Sanders - MSUB Native American Indian Professor, Congregration Beth Aaron
If you are interested in learning about how the many ethnic groups in Billings are eager to do what is necessary to make Billings a city that cares and respects all people regardless of ethnicity - please come and participate in the Forum.