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Tribal Economics: A Dark Past and Promising Future

Date: Time: 6:00 pm
Great Plains Art Center
1155 Q St.
Lincoln Ne
Directions: The Great Plains Art Museum is located at 1155 Q. St., directly across the street from the Lied Center at the corner of North 12th St. and Q St.
Contact: Great Plains Museum, (402) 472-6220, cgps@unl.edu
5th Annual Hubbard Lecture—First Peoples of the Plains. Featured lecture by Lance Morgan, CEO & President of Ho-Chunk Inc. During much of the 20th Century, economic opportunities on native reservations were scarce. Through increased advocacy, business development, and job creation, Native communities are changing the story. lance Morgan is a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and will share how new economic initiatives are dramatically improving the future for Nebraska Tribes. Event is free and open to the public, thanks to generous contributions from Anne M. Hubbard, M.D., the Claire M. Hubbard Foundation. Sponsored by the University of Nebraska State Museum with the Center for Great Plains Studies, Great Plains Art Museum. Reception at 6 PM, lecture begins at 7 PM.

Additional Public Info:
Public Reception is at 6 PM. Lecture begins at 7 PM.

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