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Native American Heritage Month

This guide is designed to highlight library resources about Native American history, culture, and heritage. It is part of the Global Learning Virtual Collections Series.

Jackson State Community College Library and Global Learning Program Present: The Global Learning Virtual Collections Series

The Jackson State Community College Library and the Global Learning Program proudly introduce the Global Learning Virtual Collections Series. 

The series will feature a thematic collection of books, resources, films, scholarship, and other print and digital media made available by our campus library on topics related to global cultural issues. The collections will be carefully curated by Sylvia Rowe, Anna Esquivel, and YOU, our Jackson State students, faculty, and staff, and will be housed in our Library Subject Guides.

We encourage you to contribute to each series by submitting your favorite theme-related resource or text, available in the Jackson State Library, to be included in the collection. Please email your submissions to Sylvia Rowe or Anna Esquivel.

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that Jackson State Community College is situated upon the traditional homeland of the Chikashsha Yaki (Chickasaw) Nation. 

CLICK HERE to visit the Chickasaw Nation website.

CLICK HERE to visit the Chickasaw Inkana Foundation.

Map of Native American homelands

Map source: Native Land Digital (