On April 1, 2012 Indigenous Peoples Media Project of POOR Magazine went with a group of San Francisco State University Native Studies student volunteers who are participating in the Indigenous Plant Restoration Project happening at Indian Canyon, the Only Federally recognized Indian Trust land between San Francisco and Big Sur, and is also off the grid!
Check out what Kanyon Sayers-Roods and Jessica O. say about this beautiful Canyon!
TONITE:Born N Raised in Frisco Presents- A Living Herstory Project of the Al Robles Living Library @ 518 Valencia
Born N Raised in Frisco - a writing and art project of the Uncle Al Robles Living Library @ POOR Magazine & PeopleSkool/Escuela de la gente Graduation Crawl & Party
(dedicated to the powerful roots of the living tree uncovered at HOMEFULNESS asphalt lifting day and all trees cut down because of devil-opment, gentriFUkation and capitalism across Pachamama)
GARY FARMER & THE TROUBLEMAKERS & FRIENDS:
@cellspace in san francisco
ALL AGES $10-20
The Mills College Native Alliance Pow Wow is Saturday, April 14, 10 am–
6 pm, at Toyon Meadow, Mills College Campus 5000 MacArthur Blvd.,
Oakland. Traditional dances featured this year include: grass, Azteca,
and hoop. Contest prizes for northern and southern traditional and
fancy/jingle dances. All drums / dancers are welcome. Native American
arts and crafts, such as jewelry and textiles and a native food booth