JOIN us for a screening & discussion of “Navajo Code Talkers”
The story of the Navajo Code Talkers begins in 1940 when a small group of Chippewas and Oneidas became a part of the radio communications 32nd Infantry Division. Soon after, Sac and Fox tribes joined in the ranks as combat radiomen. The complexity of Navajo linguistics allowed it to become an ideal choice to be used in code due to the lack of documentation made available for learning to speak the language and ability for the same words to mean multiple things based on sound. The legacy of the Navajo Code Talkers will continue as many documentary and stories have been shared about their journey since it’s declassification during Reagan’s Administration.
Source: Navajo Code Talkers
October 13, 2014
First Showing – 1-3 PM
Houston Community College Central Campus
1300 Holman Ave., Houston, TX 77004*
Second Showing – 7–9 PM
3412 Crawford St., Houston, TX 77004
Parking in Lot #9
*The screening is free and open to the public, however, donations are welcome. Registration is required. Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this event.
*Parking in multi-level garage across the street on the east side of building. Enter parking lot from La Branch Street.
*Houston Community College System seeks to provide equal educational opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability.