Red Tawks

Location: American Indian Studies Department-College of Ethnic Studies

Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 9 am to 12 pm, 1 to 5 pm (VIA zoom) 



Phone: 415-405-3928


Red Tawks is a resource located on the American Indian Studies website where students can gain access to talks that were given previously on campus. Pre-COVID, one may use Red Tawks to find where Indigenous-related panels, seminars, or events are taking place on campus and RSVP. Now one can download the PDF version or go onto the AIS YouTube channel to watch the events.

Students are able to learn about Native activism and perspectives through these panels, and gives a space for Indigenous students to learn more about the communities that surround them. 

Also see


 AIS Logo       College of Ethnic StudiesA panel from "A Workshop on Land Acknowledgement"