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Tribal Youth Ambassadors Program Award

We had a great honor this past week. The California Indian Museum and Cultural Center has developed the Tribal Youth Ambassadors Program which was recognized by the President’s Committee on Arts and Humanities (PCAH). They received an award from the First Lady, Michelle Obama on Nov. 15th. They were one of 12 awardees out of some 260 programs. The PCAH ...

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Museum Store Grand Opening

Celebrate our grand opening with us: Meet California Indian artists featured at our store Learn about our Native Youth Employment Training Program Enter a drawing for prizes Light food and drinks will be served Saturday, September 24, 2016 12 p.m.— 4 p.m. California Indian Museum and Cultural Center 5250 Aero Drive Santa Rosa, CA 95403 Download the Museum Store Grand ...

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Traditional Food Cooking Demonstration: Acorn Processing

Come and learn about the processing of acorns! Learn how to gather, crack, grind, leach acorns, and so much more. Guest presenter Meagen Baldy is a Hupa tribal member living on the Hoopa Indian Reservation in Northern CA. Cooking Healthy in Indian Country was developed to encourage people to eat local in season vegetables, integrate Native foods, and commods in ...

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Got Language?

Pomo and Miwok Language Apps Now Available Free Downloads in the App Store View our apps on our new apps page: CIMCC Language Apps Download flyer: Got Language?

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MUKURTU Digital Preservation & Archiving Community Workshop

Murkutu flyer

Mukurtu (MOOK-oo-too) is a community archive and digital content management platform. Mukurtu is built to support communities to manage, share, and exchange their digital heritage in culturally relevant and ethically-minded ways. The platforms serves tribes, cultural preservation programs, language revitalization programs, museums, archives, libraries and more. Mukurtu’s philosophy is to maintain an open, community-driven approach to development and to help ...

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