The Foothill College Library acknowledges that the land it sits on is the traditional and unceded territory of the Muwekma Ohlone People. We commit to empowering Native Students and recognize our responsibility to elevate Native voices, stories, and to promote consciousness of Native sovereignty and cultural rights. We welcome suggestions on how the library can engage in healing the wounds of colonialism.
Foothill students, faculty and staff recognize the cultural diversity of the campus community throughout the year with a series of heritage month events celebrating Jewish Heritage, Black History, Women's History, Asian Pacific Islander Heritage, Latinx Heritage and LGBTQ Heritage.
Foothill College celebrates Native American Heritage Month during the month of November.
For additional information on Foothill College heritage month celebrations contact the Student Activities Office at (650) 949-7282, visit the Foothill College Heritage and Health Series web page, or drop by the Campus Center Student Activities Office, Room 2009.