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Honoring Native American Heritage

Honoring Native American Heritage

As part of Native American Heritage Month, Professor Christoph Strobel, Ph.D, from the History Department of the University of Massachusetts/Lowell, gave a talk entitled, Legacies of 1620, to students from English and Social Studies courses.

Prof. Strobel is widely published and teaches about the topics of global/comparative/transnational history, Native American history, and African history.

He shared with our students the realities of life of indigenous populations before and after 1620, and how this has evolved over time.

This event was one of the ways that Central Catholic is recognizing Native American Heritage Month.

Native American Heritage Month at Central Catholic High School

Presented by the Office of Inclusion, Diversity & Equity

  • Images celebrating Native American Heritage displayed throughout the CCHS campus
  • Wednesday, November 13: Presentation, Legacies of 1620, Professor Christoph Strobel, Ph.D., History Department, University of Massachusetts/Lowell
  • Thursday, November 14: Film Screening, Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World, Presented by the Cinema Club, SCOPE, and the Office of Inclusion, Diversity & Equity


Thank you to Professor Christoph Strobel, Ph.D, and to Mrs. Aliali Belkus '97; Dean of Inclusion, Diversity, & Equity at CCHS; for providing this opportunity to our students!

Professor talking in front of screen

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