California's American Indian & Indigenous Film Festival
2015 American Indian Graduatin Ceremony
CICSC Benefit Golf Tournament
Beyond the Stereotype Exhibit
American Indian Heritage Month Events
A Conversation on Cultural Appropriation
California Indian Day Film Screening & Panel Discussion
The Inaugural San Diego American Indian Film Festival
The Baby Veronica Case: The Impact on Tribal Sovereignty, Family, and Culture
American Indian Graduation Honoring Ceremony & Unveiling of the Luiseño "How to get to College" Poster
"Shouting Secrets" Film Screening
More than Casinos Art Exhibit
27th Annual California Indian Conferencec
The 27th conference recognizes the strength and progress of California Indian throughout the years while realizing the path to leadership through education, research and community.
American Indian Honoring Ceremony
Dream the Impossible
The 2012 Dream the Impossible Native Youth Conference was about respect, culture, and education and their impact on leading healthier lives. Themes of this conference included: respect of culture and traditions, appreciating our ancestry, healthy families, drug awareness, future goals, identifying your talents, utilizing support programs, self improvement, and team building. The conference was free for Native youth between the ages of 13-18 and aimed to inspire them to Dream the Impossible.
California Indian Days - Ishi: A Story of Dignity, Hope and Courage (100 Year Anniversary)
In celebration of California Indian Days, Nicole Myers-Lim, J.D. (Pomo) Executive Director of the California Indian Museum & Cultural Center &Staff Attorney, National Indian Justice Center, presents Ishi: A Story of Dignity, Hope and Courage. Ishi, considered the last Native American to make contact with European Americans, was discovered in Oroville, California 100 years ago. Ishi is still known to millions of school children and the general public throughout California and the world as the “last Yahi” through numerous, mainly non-Native depictions in books and documentaries. This film seeks to enrich and expand the story of Ishi and build upon the public’s awareness and appreciation of California Indian history. The accompanying lecture will examine Native American perspectives of Ishi’s legacy including historical myths and contemporary issues of repatriation.
Luiseño Landscape Book Reception
"Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the Critical Role Played by American Indian Women of North County San Diego."
"Two-Spirits" Film and Panel
Agave Roast at Tierra Miguel Organic Farm
Professor Proudfit, Professor Small and Professor Bade's three-way course collaborative with students and faculty harvesting and preparing agave and other California native foods.
"Older Than America" Film Screening
Solidarity vs. Ignorance
Winona LaDuke, Native American Environmentalist & Author
California Indian Days
2009 Dream the Impossible Native Youth Conference