News from Native California is a quarterly magazine published by Heyday and devoted to the vibrant cultures, art, languages, histories, social justice movements, and stories of California’s diverse Indian peoples.

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  • Brian Tripp

    A poem by the wonderful Brian Tripp

    April 14, 2014The Sun Set Twice on the People that Day
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    Walan Amana

    April 1, 2014Walan Amana singing a part of their epic, amazing Maidu rock opera at California Indian Spoken Word  
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    Magical Words Under Twinkling Lights

    April 1, 2014Last Friday was simply magical. I had the idea for a California Indian Spoken Word, and with the help of many it came true. My words stumbled at times, and the idea was at times vague but poetry and songs in indigenous California languages flowed in Berkeley underneath a sea of city lights and...
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    California Indian Spoken Word

    March 31, 2014Last Friday night was a party here at the office at News from Native California! We co-hosted (along with AICLS) our first California Indian Spoken Word! Strings of lights illuminated the night as lovely people sung, told stories, shared poetry and experiences in indigenous California languages. A feast of traditional California foods was prepared,...
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  • Back to Clearlake Oaks

    Black to Clearlake Oaks – Twice As Good (2XG)

    January 30, 2014In our Fall 2007 issue, we profiled Paul and Rich Steward, the music duo known as Twice As Good. Here is the official music video of the song “Back To Clearlake Oaks,” the title track of their last album, winner of the Blues Album of the Year at the 2013 Indian Summer Music Awards....
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