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Labriola National American Indian Data Center

Detail of a glass art piece that says "Welcome" in many different Indigenous languages.

Ṣapai Cui'ig

S-ke:g ‘Em-Jiwhidag

Yá'át'ééh

Dagot’ee

Welcome

The Labriola National American Indian Data Center is an Indigenous-led library center where students and community members can celebrate and critically engage with American Indian and Indigenous scholarly works and creative writing. Its staff provides culturally relevant information and research support, and the center is a culturally safe learning space for Indigenous library users.

A message for our community

Labriola staff seeks to engage with the ASU and local community in meaningful ways through Indigenous librarianship. Labriola staff encourages community members, Indigenous ASU students, faculty and staff to visit their centers at Hayden and Fletcher libraries. For research assistance and collaboration at both campuses or virtually, you can request an appointment with Labriola librarians at labriola@asu.edu.

To view what programs are taking place, please see their events calendar. If you would like to collaborate and create an event at one of the centers, please contact their program coordinators directly or request an appointment.

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