Nov. 29 — Coconino County Celebrates and Recognizes Native American Heritage Month

| November 22, 2021

COCONINO COUNTY — The Coconino County Board of Supervisors proclaims November 2021 as Native American Heritage Month.

At its November 2 meeting, the Coconino County Board of Supervisors proclaimed November 2021 as Native American Heritage Month. As part of the Proclamation, Supervisors recognized Arizona’s 22 tribal nations and their cultures, also specifically recognizing the six tribal nations in Coconino County. The Board also showed special recognition to their two colleagues, Supervisor Judy Begay and Vice Chair Lena Fowler, who belong to the Navajo Nation and currently serve on the Board.

The Board of Supervisors encouraged residents to embrace and reflect on the diversity that strengthens us.

Coconino County will celebrate and recognize Native American Heritage Month with an array of events in coordination with the County’s Indigenous Peoples Advisory Council and the County’s Planning Committee. Join us for these events in celebration and recognition of Native American Heritage Month. Closed captioning is available via Zoom Meetings for virtual events. Instructions and event details are below.

 

Adverse Child Experiences

Presenter:  Tiffany Kerr

Monday, November 29, 2021

12 pm – 1 pm

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/97532294035?pwd=TWhkTm5xbGtmNmNSdzZiRmJ3V3FnZz09

Zoom Closed Caption Instructions

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