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Acorn Bites!

Delicious, nutritious and indigenous! The Acorn Bites product is a social enterprise project of the Tribal Youth Ambassadors. Proceeds go to fund educational and cultural advancement of Native youth in Sonoma and Lake County. These extraordinaire and yummy bites can be purchased at these fine Farmers Markets: Wednesdays at The Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmer’s Market Every Second Sunday of ...

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California Indian Day Celebration

CIMCC cordially invites you to celebrate California Indian Day with us! Save the date for September 7, 2019. We will kick off our celebration at 11am and conclude at 4pm. Our Tribal Youth Ambassadors will be sharing their Food Sovereignty work with the community and we will have local Native community members showcasing their work. Click here to follow our ...

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She Sang Me A Good Luck Song: The California Indian Photographs of Dugan Aguilar, an exhibition

Please join us for the Opening Reception of She Sang Me a Good Luck Song and Memorial for the late Dugan Aguilar on Friday, January 25 from 7:00pm-8:30pm. She Sang Me a Good Luck Song is based on the Heyday Books publication of the same name, edited by Theresa Harlan (Kewa Pueblo/Jemez Pueblo). We are delighted to have Theresa introduce ...

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Our Tribal Youth Ambassadors need your help!

The Tribal Youth Ambassadors (TYA) of the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center (CIMCC) are currently working on a food sovereignty project that aims to highlight the ways in which California Indian community members can incorporate California Indian traditional foods in our daily lives. The goals for this project are to create a dialogue and strategies for enhancing food sovereignty ...

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