Native Student Alliance (NSA) Records
Collections contains the records of the University of Denver Native Student Alliance (DU NSA), a student organization that promotes education about Native culture and values, and aims to collaborate with other groups on campus to promote Inclusive Excellence.
- Native Student Alliance (Organization)
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Biographical / Historical
The University of Denver Native Student Alliance (DU NSA) is a student organization that promotes education about Native culture and values, and aims to collaborate with other groups on campus to promote Inclusive Excellence. NSA works closely with the Center for Multicultural Excellence in raising attention to events and discussions that include the Native community and highlight the values and pride of Native American culture. DU NSA also aims to provide a welcoming atmosphere to Native students on campus, while also serving as a resource for students who may not entirely understand Native values and traditions and would like to learn more about them. In collaboration with outside Native communities in Denver, NSA works towards creating a positive life for future generations and Mother Earth and aims to raise awareness about Native American cultures and values within the University of Denver community as well as the greater Native American community.
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Scope and Contents
The collection consists of materials created, collected, and or donated by the Native Student Alliance. Includes records related to Pow-wows held at University of Denver, the first of which (1991) may have been held before the official formation of the NSA, but was co-created/managed by the group in later years.
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