Jack Gladstone’s (Montana’s Blackfeet Troubadour) plans to tour in Nebraska March 26 to April 1, 2012.  He will be a keynote presenter and performer at the symposium “1862 to 2012: The Making of the Great Plains” to be held in Lincoln, Nebraska.  While in Nebraska, he will also be performing at the Homestead National Monument.  Jack co-founded Glacier National Park’s award winning “Native America Speaks” program 28 years ago and conducts many “Indian Education Programs for All” for all school levels, as well as for teachers across the nation.

This October, Jack was honored by the Native American Music Award for “The Best Historical Recording” for his latest album “Native Anthropology, Challenge, Choice and Promise in the 21st Century“.

View a brochure to see the programs Jack is conducting here.

Read more at www.jackgladstone.com.