Speakers for National Native American Heritage Month


To honor the culture and people that were the original settlers of this land, November is designated as National Native American Heritage Month. During this time, we celebrate the diverse and rich culture, history, and traditions of indigenous peoples. We also celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day on October 11, as an opportunity for indigenous people to share their contemporary experience as well as to reflect on their heritage, history, and resilience. The Speakers Bureau is proud to represent these speakers that offer further insights into the remarkable history, culture, and present day of Native Americans.

Tommy Orange

Novelist and author of There There

Tommy Orange Pitch

Kali Fajardo-Anstine

National Book Award Finalist and author of Sabrina & Corina

Kali Fajardo Anstine Pitch

David Treuer

Author of The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee

 Contact us for more information about speakers for National Native American Heritage Month.