The Indigenous Student Center Coalition, in addition to its sponsors, is pleased to present keynote speaker Dallas Goldtooth. Dallas is a writer, actor, playwright, film producer, poet, and comedian. He is Dakota from the village of Cansayapi within the territory of the Oceti Sakowin people. He is known for writing and acting in the groundbreaking FX series Reservation Dogs. He also recurs on Peacock’s Rutherford Falls and has performed on CBS’ Ghosts, Comedy Central’s Drunk History, and the BBC. He can next be seen in the Netflix feature Rez Ball and the highly anticipated Amazon series Fall Out. He’s built a dedicated following on TikTok and Instagram of over half a million followers, where he educates and inspires his audience with daily musings about his life and activism in the Indigenous community. He is the co-creator of the Indigenous comedy group, The 1491s, and a climate change activist with his non-profit, The Indigenous Environmental Network.
Native November Keynote: Dallas Goldtooth
Concerto/Overture Room, Gordons Dining and Event Center
@ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm