Labriola Center engages with Indigenous students and community members through library programs based on outreach and collaboration with Tribal Nations and communities of Arizona. Labriola's events and upcoming events are posted on their social media platforms. To stay updated on Labriola's programming and engagement, please visit our LinkTree. To schedule an event with Labriola, contact our Program Coordinators or set up an appointment by clicking the "Request an appointment" button below.
Signature events spotlight
Labriola National Book Award
The Labriola National Book Award seeks to highlight books that focus on topics and issues that are pertinent to Indigenous peoples and nations. Additionally, the award focuses on books written by Indigenous scholars or books in which Indigenous persons played a significant role in the creation of the nominated book.
Simon Ortiz RED INK Indigenous Speaker Series
The Simon Ortiz RED INK Indigenous Speaker Series addresses topics and issues across disciplines in the arts, humanities, sciences, and politics. Underscoring Indigenous American experiences and perspectives, this series seeks to create and celebrate knowledge that evolves from an inclusive Indigenous worldview and that is applicable to all walks of life.
Open Mic and Open House Poetry
Labriola’s Open Mic Poetry nights provides an opportunity for up and coming, and notable Indigenous poets to share their poetry with ASU Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.
Lo-Fi Study Sessions
The Labriola Lo-Fi Study Sessions are an evening of music and studying. Local Indigenous DJs are invited to perform while students are provided a space to study and socialize.