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Archive for 2014



Thanksgiving Podcast AIS Faculty Members Georgiana Sanchez & Larry Smith

Georgiana Sanchez

AIS Faculty Georgiana Sanchez & Larry Smith are featured on KPFK’s American Indian Airwaves Thanksgiving Podcast.
Larry Smith and Georgiana Sanchez engage the myth and meanings of Thanksgiving with poetry, storytelling and conversation.
Thanksgiving Podcast

American Indian Music Featured

November 18th, 2014

WMS November Event Flyer

The CSULB World Music Society will host a presentation of American Indian Music featuring a Chumash song presentation by John Moreno and Plains Indian music by the CSULB Community Drum.  Community Drum songs will include compositions composed specifically for CSULB Students, Alumni and the CSULB American Indian Community.

American Indian Student Council and AISC Alumni Fall Dinner Gathering

November 17th, 2014

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American Indian Student Council and AISC Alumni Fall Dinner Gathering
Elk roast, grilled bison, minomen, elk dolma, hominy with buffalo soup, turkey with the fixings, corn bread, blue corn flower fry bread, acorn squash and corn soup were some of the dishes that comprised this year’s annual AISC fall dinner.  Thanks to all of the cooks who […]

38th Annual AILOTT Conference

November 6th, 2014

LSmith Portrait

The campus community is invited to attend the keynote presentations during the American Indian Student Council’s Annual AILOTT Conference on Saturday, November 8, 2014 from 11:25 to 12:30 in the College of Business Administration CBA – 140.
Michelle Rajehia is the author of  Reservation Reelism: Redfacing, Visual Sovereignty, and Representations of Native Americans in Film (University of Nebraska […]

Over 130 American Indian Students Attend 38th Annual AILOTT Conference

November 6th, 2014

AILOTT Conference 2014

Over 130 American Indian Students Attend 38th Annual AILOTT Conference
The 38th annual American Indian Leaders of Today and Tomorrow Conference at CSULB was held on November 6, 2014.  Organized by the American Indian Student Council at Cal State Long Beach, students came as far as Thermal, Soboba, Santa Ynez and Sherman Indian High School in […]

Seri Indians Visit Puvungna to Share Culture

November 6th, 2014

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Seri Indians Visit Puvungna to Share Culture
On November 6, 2014 Seri Indians of Mexico visited Puvungna to share their culture with the Tongva and the campus community of Cal State Long Beach. Thank you to all of the community members, faculty, staff and students who made this cultural exchange a successful event. Special thanks to […]

Seri Woman’s Cooperative – November 6th – Noon to 4 p.m.

November 4th, 2014

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Campus Garden Returns

November 4th, 2014

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Campus Garden Returns
Cal State Puvungna will once again have a garden. The idea is similar to the Organic Garden that was created on the first Earth Day in the 1970s where students, faculty and alumni grew food here at Cal State Puvungna until it was removed in the 1990s.  The ribbon cutting and Tongva blessing […]

Campus Garden Blessing

November 3rd, 2014

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Cal State Long Beach will once again have a Campus Garden.  The idea is similar to the Organic Garden that was created on the first Earth Day in the 1970s where students, faculty and alumni grew food here at Cal State Puvungna until it was removed in the 1990s.  Contact: Grow Beach at growbeach@gmail.com for further […]

Dia De Los Muertos

November 3rd, 2014

CSULB Community Drum at the Dia De Los Muertos Celebration.

CSULB Community Drum at the Dia De Los Muertos Celebration.
Dia De Los Muertos
For the past twenty years the CSULB Community Drum has been honored to sing at the annual Dia De Los Muertos campus celebration. Songs were sung to recognize the student and faculty leadership of the La Raza Student Organization. One song was sung […]