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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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    Coulsa Indian Community Members Visit Cuba

    August 1, 2016Coulsa Indian Community Members Visit Cuba By Samuel White Swan-Perkins Members of four Native American nations as well as representatives from the Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA) and National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) gathered in Havana this week to discuss cultural, diplomatic and economic exchange with Cuban leaders. Delegates from Colusa Indian...
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  • Ernest Siva and Carolyn Horseman, the nephew and grandniece of Dorothy Ramon, read this story in both Serrano and English during the 2016 Native Voices Poetry Festival. Photo by Carlos Puma for the Dorothy Ramon Learning Center

    In Our Languages – Serrano

    July 18, 2016In Our Languages – Serrano Hair-Grabbing Dance   ‘Im ‘uviht Maarrênga’yam ‘ip kiikam herheermim kwenemu’ hakup wuuwerham chikt perner’wi’ ‘ip wecerham qac. Long ago there used to be nothing but Serrano shamans here.   Chikt kwenemu’ perner’wi’ herheermim ‘ip qace’. There were nothing but shamans here.   Aam kwana ‘uviht heermca’cu’ pa’pa’yu’ mit hayp,...
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