Indigenous Los Angeles: Roots and Relationships
Unless otherwise indicated all events take place on AULA’s campus. More events to come throughout the year!
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Antioch University Los Angeles, 400 Corporate Pointe, Culver City, Ca 90230, Occupied Tongva Territory 310.578.1080 ext. 333
In a one-hour presentation and Q&A facilitated by Dr. Adonia Lugo, the AULA community will engage in learning about the history of tribes in what became Los Angeles County and today’s diverse landscape of Indigenous communities in the region. This event will be held on campus in room A1001-A1002. For more information or to RSVP, contact firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
Antioch University LA will read Dissolve by Sherwin Bitsui and host a reading and discussion by the poet. Sherwin Bitsui is Diné of the Todí ch’ii’nii (Bitter Water Clan), born for the Tlizí laaní (Many Goats Clan). This event will be held in the campus LibraryFind out more »
In partnership with Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples, the Urban Sustainability program invites the community to join us for a meal and panel where local indigenous leaders will talk about land, food, sovereignty, and justice. This event will be held on campus in room A1000-A1002. For more information or to RSVP, contact email@example.comFind out more »
Where artists, activists, students, alumni, staff, faculty, friends, family, community partners, and those interested in our community gather to celebrate art and community in partnership with local indigenous organizations. Join us for this night of sharing visual and performance art, raising of funds for the Bridge program, and honoring and acknowledging the Tongva Nation land and people. Contacts: Noah Christensen firstname.lastname@example.org & Brianna Fields email@example.com This event will be held throughout the first floor on campus.Find out more »