Salish Educator Julie Cajune and Flutist Gary Stroutsos to Perform at 7 p.m. on Wed., Nov. 20, 2013, in the Kiehle Auditorum at the U of M Crookston

Salish educator Julie Cajune and world flutist Gary Stroutsos will provide a performance of story and poetry interwoven with music. Some prose is from Cajune and co-write Jennifer Finley’s play “Belief.” Cajune will also share tribal and family histories that span generations of Salish people living in their beloved homelands. Stroutsos will carry the audience through time with melodies and sounds from the land. Special musical guests will be American Indian Woodwinds and Percussion. The event, scheduled at 7 p.m. on Wed., Nov. 20, 2013, is in the Kiehle Auditorum. It is free and the public is welcome.

Cajune, a member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of Montana, is an award-winning educator and documentary film producer. She was profiled in UTNE Reader as one of “50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World.”

The presentation is sponsored by the Office of Diversity & Multicultural Programs and Circle of Nations Indigenous Association on the Crookston campus.

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A four-year, public university with an enrollment of 1,300 students located in northwest Minnesota. Since its establishment as an institution of higher learning in 1966 and its transition to offering baccalaureate degree programs in 1993, the U of M, Crookston equips all students and faculty with laptop computers; provides individual attention that leads to success; and offers a hands-on approach that puts students ahead of the competition!
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