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Supaman: American Indian Hip-Hop
Come Enjoy a Night of Native American Heritage with Supaman!
The Student Events Team and Native American Affairs is proud to bring to campus an MTV award winning artist Apsaalooke rapper and dancer, Supaman! The event will take place in the CSU Ballroom and is free for students and $5 per public group of up to six people.
Supaman will be talking about Native American issues through Looping art and rap. He is a hip-hop artist who has dedicated his life to empowering youth and educating listeners with a message of positivity through music and culture.
“I think that it is important for students and faculty to know and understand the real issues that people of other cultures face both on-campus and off campus.” Said Alex Lucier.
This is an important event because not only is it going to be a fun and educational night, it will involve cultural discussions and help everyone understand the issues faced by Native American students in universities across the country.
“A lot of people think that Native Americans are just in the history books, but we are still alive and striving to keep our culture and language alive. Having speakers and performers like Supaman make it real for other students.” said Awna Cournoyer, Native American Student Association V.P.
This is a new event that is being hosted by both the Student Events Team and the Center for American Indian Affairs. For more information, please contact Lydia Jagodzinski, Speakers and Entertainments Chair at Lydia.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 507-380-6076