Thursday, September 27 › 7 p.m.
Columbia Public Library, Friends Room
Join us for this annual favorite One Read event as David Lile of KFRU moderates a discussion of "Killers of the Flower Moon." Instructor and graduate research assistant Kandice Grossman will discuss the relationship between indigenous peoples and fossil fuels, including present-day protests at Standing Rock. Brian K. Hoey, the director of the Missouri State Highway Patrol's Crime Lab Division, will discuss early forensic techniques and how they compare to today's capabilities. Dr. Brad Lookingbill, professor of history at Columbia College will talk about Native American history. And Ed Smith, research project coordinator at the Center for American Indian Studies at Johnson County Community College, will address current efforts of the Osage to revitalize their language.
Registration: Not required.