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    Southern California Communities Rally for Standing Rock

    September 12, 2016Southern California communities rally for Standing Rock Written by Terria Smith Tribal people from across Southern California are showing their support for the Standing Rock Sioux Nation’s movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline in a series of demonstrations that have taken place across the region. As has been internationally publicized, the community members of...
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    Acorn Tortillas

    August 30, 2016Acorn Tortillas Recipe by Vince Medina I think it is safe to assume that across Indian Country there is widespread love for Indian tacos, and California is no exception. We love the taste of Indian tacos, aware that these delicious and beloved taco recipes came out of basic commodity foods imposed on us by the American...
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    Amah Mutsun Letter on UNESCO and El Camino Real

    August 19, 2016This letter was originally published in July of 2016, and mistakenly deleted from the News from Native California website. We apologize for our mistake.  
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    High School and College Students Go Through the Pipeline

    August 16, 2016High School and College Students Go Through the Pipeline Written by River Garza   The Cal Poly Pomona Native Summer Pipeline Program had another successful program this past July. The weeklong endeavor is now over and another group of enthusiastic and bright college bound Native American students had the opportunity to be fully immersed...
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    Harry Fonseca collection becomes largest individual artist acquisition at The Autry Museum of the American West

    August 2, 2016Harry Fonseca collection becomes largest individual artist acquisition at The Autry Museum of the American West Written by Terria Smith When most of us think of Coyote in the context of our California Native cultures, we may think of the lessons we were taught through our creation stories. What we likely do not think...
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