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Spoken Words Flow

Spoken Words Flow by Vincent Medina California Indian stories and song flowed throughout the exposed brick halls at the East Bay Media Center in Berkeley last Saturday night, April 30th, during the California Indian Spoken Word, hosted by News from Native California and Heyday. The night was full of good energy, Indian languages, community, spicy food, and lots of laughter. In the Spring of 2014, we at Heyday organiz...
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Makkin Mak Hemmen. Mak Holše Ohlone Hemmentak.

Makkin Mak Hemmen. Mak Holše Ohlone Hemmentak. We are together. Our beautiful Ohlone Gathering. By Vincent Medina Sunday, October 4th was a truly terrific day; it was the day of the Ohlone Gathering! For those unfamiliar, the Gathering is annual festival that happens once a year, always on the first Sunday of October, for the last twenty-two years at Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont. Coyote Hills is a magical pl...
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Makkin Mak Hemmen. Mak Holše Ohlone Hemmentak.

Makkin Mak Hemmen. Mak Holše Ohlone Hemmentak. We are together. Our beautiful Ohlone Gathering. By Vincent Medina Sunday, October 4th was a truly terrific day; it was the day of the Ohlone Gathering! For those unfamiliar, the Gathering is annual festival that happens once a year, always on the first Sunday of October, for the last twenty-two years at Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont. Coyote Hills is a magical pl...
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In Our Languages. Voices on Missions.

California Indian voices on what Missions represent ‘akkwet horše k-hinnan, kiš sohyen k-hinnan ‘aa ‘e hemme mákkin — My heart is sad on me, oh but we are alive still. Chochenyo Ohlone Vincent Medina   pachu attap waS aa mishshix rumsen rottey. inn kuwee makk emmen. — Now it is good to be Rumsen again. But we will not forget. Rumsen Ohlone Louis Trevino   May’ hedda’ hoyu...
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Rethinking California’s Missions: A Native Perspective

Join us for educational lectures on the real experiences of Native people in California’s famous missions.  Speakers include Andrew Galvan, Ohlone, curator of San Francisco’s Mission Dolores (first Native American mission curator!) –and- Elias Castillo, author or the forthcoming book A Cross of Thorns: The Enslavement of California’s Indians by the Spanish Missions. 11:00am – 2:00pm Saturday. Free with regular museum...
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