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I recently posted a photo on my social media account of a bountiful elderberry harvest I had gathered.
Next year, nearly fifteen hundred Cal Poly San Luis Obispo students will call their homes by a Northern Chumash name.
Marie Wilcox's life-long love of and devotion to family, culture, and language was instilled in her at a very young age, while growing up on the Cutler Ranch in what is now northeastern Visalia.
With its focus on community building and traditional healing, East Oakland's Intertribal Friendship House has been green long before "wellness" and "sustainability" became buzzwords.
Ceremonial baskets, cradleboards, and woven jewelry were just some of the many highlights this summer during the 2017 California Indian Basketweavers Association Gathering.
There is a movement afoot in California to make the historic El Camino Real a UNESCO Cultural Corridor, which would place this ancient road in a class of truly significant locations around the world.
For the past eight years, a film festival organization called LA SKINSFEST has hosted the Native Youth Multimedia Workshop.