Author Archives: Laura Mendoza

Decolonizing California History – A Benefit for CIMCC

Event is hosted by Sonoma Solidarity with Standing Rock & Christ Church United Methodist as a benefit for CIMCC. Join us as CIMCC Executive Director, Nicole Lim, deconstructs the mainstream narrative about the history California and examines this narrative from a decolonized lens. Doors open at 6:30pm Suggested Donation $10 – $20; all donations to CIMCC; no one turned away ...

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New Exhibits Opening Reception

Join us in celebrating the opening of our two newest exhibits on Saturday October 19, 2019 from 12pm to 4pm. Tattooed & Tenacious: Native Ink Acorns, Quails, and Cat tails: Indigenous Foods of California   We will have a Traditional & Contemporary Tattoos panel from 12pm-1pm with a traditional food demonstration following. This event is open to the public and ...

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CIMCC & The Tribal Youth Ambassadors Food Sovereignty Project

Food Sovereignty Exhibit Development Survey The Tribal Youth Ambassadors (TYA) of the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center (CIMCC) are currently working on developing an exhibit that highlights food sovereignty for the Coast Pomo, Valley Pomo and Lake Pomo and Miwok tribes. The goals for this project are to create a dialogue and strategies for enhancing food sovereignty and health ...

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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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