Listening to Our Tribal Neighbors 4.7.17

The Native American/Indigenous Studies Network hosted a Listening Day with visiting guests Tony Cerda – Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe, Robertjohn Knapp – Seneca & Ohlone, Julia Bogany – Tongva, Kim Marcus – Cahuilla/Serrano & Noli Indian High School, Tima Link – Chumash & Wishtoyo Foundation.  Discussion centered around how the Claremont Colleges can building stronger relationships with Tribal communities.  The event was funded by the Cross Campus Curricular Coherence Fund, The Scripps Humanities Institute and Pitzer Teaching and Learning Community.

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