by ALEJANDRO REYES VEGA, CSU Public Relations Assistant
American Indian Night is around the corner and they even brought a master in the culinary arts. Join Chef Sean Sherman Monday, Nov. 9 at 11 a.m. via zoom. Register here!
COVID-19 has changed the way that our campus organizes and hosts events. This has impacted the way that usual large-scale events are held such as American Indian Night. However, this year, they are hosting it virtually and with an exciting keynote speaker.
The guest speaker is the James Beard award-winning chef Sean Sherman who has published his own cookbook. He has been featured on MPR, the Star Tribune, and the New York Times. Chef Sean Sherman has dedicated his career to the importance of indigenous food ways and rediscovering the traditional cuisine of the American Indian culture.
Sean Sherman is the founder and CEO of The Sioux Chef, a company dedicated to reclaiming foods of the indigenous peoples. The goal is for the knowledge to be returned to their own communities along with a business plan. Their goal is to revitalize and decolonize native food while driving funds back to tribal communities.
This event is open to the public and anyone can attend and participate from the comfort of their homes virtually. Make sure to sign up and join!