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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    WIC Education Programs on California Rancherias and Indian Communities

    December 5, 2016WIC Education Programs on California Rancherias and Indian Communities A Three Part Series By Samuel L. White Swan-Perkins Part One: Hunger as a Constant Companion For most Californians, getting access to fresh fruits and vegetables requires a short trip to the grocery store. But say you are a single mother, a California Native American...
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    Finery and Food Trucks: A Night at the California Indian Art Market

    November 21, 2016Finery and Food Trucks: A Night at the California Indian Art Market By Vincent Medina   Abalone finery, baskets, dancing and food trucks came together at the Oakland Museum of California on a crisp Fall evening on November 4th and 5th for the annual California Indian Art Market. The market, a partnership between News from Native...
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    In Our Languages – Karuk

    October 10, 2016In Our Languages – Karuk This Karuk language piece was created by Lyn Risling (Karuk/Yurok/Hupa) Pa pi’eep ithivthaneen aachip kuma araaras, mateek xara nik mukun’araráhih nuchuupeesh The long ago Center of the World people, may it be a long time their language we will speak
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    Education Summit at CIC

    October 10, 2016Education Summit at CIC By Gregg Castro Those active in the California Indigenous community are aware of one of our most pressing needs: to educate the public about the true history of our state. This is especially true for raising awareness of the “aliveness” of our many thriving communities. This became very apparent during...
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    Acorns in Italy: Strengthening Our Traditional Foods Thousands of Miles Away

    October 4, 2016Acorns in Italy: Strengthening Our Traditional Foods Thousands of Miles Away. By Vincent Medina There is a powerful movement sweeping across Indian Country to reconnect with our traditional foods. Our traditional foods across North America, varied and diverse, were often actively suppressed as colonizers came into our land and tried to change every aspect of...
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