About this Event
Join the Multicultural Resource Center, Office of Diversity and Outreach for this gathering that honors the occupation of Alcatraz by Indians of All Tribes in 1969-71, which focused attention on discrimination, land rights and living conditions of Indians in the United States on a day dedicated to celebrating the arrival of Europeans. For some Native Americans, Alcatraz Indigenous People’s Day has special spiritual significance as a celebration of their personal relationship with nature.
It's coordinated by the International Indian Treaty Council
Date: Monday, October 9, 2023
Time: 5:15 am - 8:30 am
Place: Pier 33- Alcatraz Landing
RSVP here by Monday, 9/27/23 by 5 PM. The Multicultural Resource Center is sponsoring limited tickets & they are available on first response basis.
Meeting time is 5:15 AM for our group to receive your ticke. Ferry will return est. 8:30/9 AM ( lands back at Pier 33). You will be responsible for your own travel accommodations to and from Pier 33 (Alcatraz Landing) and we will be on the 5:45 AM Ferry.
All UCSF students,post docs, residents, staff, and faculty are welcome. Any further questions, please contact the Multicultural Resource Center | please email email@example.com