Stanford Native American Cultural Center
Old Union Clubhouse | http://nacc.stanford.edu
The Stanford Native American Cultural Center (NACC) serves as Stanford's primary resource for Native American student affairs and community development through programming and advising. Located next door to NACC is the Native American Resource Center, which has an extensive library including books, periodicals, video and audio tapes, and a community archive.
Muwekma-Tah-Ruk is the Native American Theme House for Stanford University.
Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity
Building 360 | http://ccsre.stanford.edu
Established in November 1996, the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE) at Stanford University provides many opportunities for teaching and research on topics of race and ethnicity from both domestic and international comparative perspectives. Both the teaching and research carried out at CCSRE are based on interdisciplinary and comparative approaches for understanding the complex factors of race and ethnicity.
Undergraduate Program in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity
Building 360 | http://csre.stanford.edu
Comprehensive website for the Undergraduate Program in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity. This website includes information and applications to special programs and opportunities for Native American Studies majors and minors.
Undergraduate Academic Life
Sweet Hall | http://ual.stanford.edu
The Center for Undergrad Academic Life offers an extensive assortment of resources to help with planning any part of your academic career at Stanford.
450 Serra Mall Building 360, Stanford, CA 94305-2032
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Pewu, The People II, Dimension, Circle, and Sumu'yoo Teepu II by Melissa Melero