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Wikitmallem Tahmuwhae: A Southern California Favorite

Wikitmallem Tahmuwhae: A Southern California Favorite Written by Terria Smith   Each and every year the anticipation for Wikitmallem Tahmuwhae is thrilling. Some of us get new ribbon dresses made just for the occasion. After all, it’s the event that kicks off the rest of Southern California bird song gatherings, fiestas and festivals for the year. For those of you who don’t know what I am talking about (you migh...
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Poetry Festival: Native Voices

January 23 Poetry Festival: Native Voices, Banning. Dorothy Ramon Learning Center A festival featuring the richness of Southern California Native cultures and the beauty, vitality, and uniqueness of the region through storytelling, songs and poems. For more information call (951) 849-7736...
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Native American Arts Festival Week: “Reimagining Our Stories: Storytelling in the 21st Century,”

June 28–July 4 Native American Arts Festival Week: “Reimagining Our Stories: Storytelling in the 21st Century,” Idyllwild. Performances, films, lectures, exhibits. Past festival guests included Cahuilla birdsingers, Ernest Siva, Gerald Clarke, Joe Baker, Freddie Bitsoie, Phillip Espinoza, Jessica Metcalfe, and more. Free and open to the public. Visit www.idyllwildarts.org or call (951) 659-2171, ext. 2365, for full s...
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Moompetam – Gathering of the Salt Water People

A beautiful reminder of Moompetan, Gathering of the Salt Water People, produced by our friends at FNX | First Nations Experience....
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A Warm Closing for the San Diego American Indian Film Festival

A Warm Closing for the San Diego American Indian Film Festival Written by Terria Smith The closing day of the 2nd Annual San Diego American Indian Film Festival proved to be first class, positive and very inspiring. The California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center hosted the event Nov. 20-22. The first two days of the festival took place on the California State University, San Marcos campus. On the final day, it ...
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