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The First Peoples Exhibition features Native California and beyond

The First Peoples Exhibition features Native California and beyond   Earlier this month the First Peoples: A Celebration of Native artists in Southern California exhibition opened featuring 29 Native American artists and 100 works. The showing – which was organized by Walter L. Meyer, a Los Angeles based independent curator – highlights artists who are from California tribes as well as those who resi...
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High School and College Students Go Through the Pipeline

High 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 in a week’s worth of cultural and educational activities in and out of the u...
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California Indians, Scholars have their say about Serra

California Indians, Scholars have their say about Serra By Terria Smith The symposium “California Indians, Canonization of Junipero Serra, and Consequences of Colonialism” brought droves of guests to the University of California, Riverside (UCR) Costo Library on Friday, March 13. The volatile topic opened a spirited discussion across two panel sessions from California Indians, scholars and community members. The even...
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California Indians, Canonization of Junípero Serra, and Consequences of Colonialism

California Indians, Canonization of Junípero Serra, and Consequences of Colonialism California Center for Native Nations, Rupert Costo Chair, and Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples presents a symposium California Indians, Canonization of Junípero Serra, and Consequences of Colonialism March 13, 2015, University of California Riverside Rupert Costo Library, 4th Floor Rivera Library, UCR Campus Lunch on you...
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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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