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Displacement, Oppression, and Land Grabs: Rethinking What We Think We Know About California’s History and Institutions 

Step into the rich and complicated tapestry of California’s history in this panel that draws from two recently released epic books, Palo Alto and The Scandal of Cal, that shed light on some of the often-overlooked stories of exploitation…
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Are You Ready to be Un-settled? Celebrating Indigenous Horror

A not-to-be-missed conversation between Indigenous horror writers Rebecca Roanhorse and D.H. Trujillo, both of whom are featured in Never Whistle at Night: An Indigenous Dark Fiction Anthology. This groundbreaking book celebrates Indigenous…
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Identity, Resilience, and Shared History: Tommy Orange and Greg Sarris

This conversation between celebrated novelists Tommy Orange and Greg Sarris will span the intersection of historical trauma, identity, and resilience within Indigenous communities, as explored in their respective works. Orange has explored the…
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Let’s Eat! Decolonizing Diets 

Sara Calvosa Olson is a food writer and editor exploring the intersections of storytelling, Indigenous food systems, security, sovereignty, reconnection, and recipe development. Olson’s maternal ancestry is from the Karuk tribe whose lands…
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Native Voices: Essayists from the 2024 Graton Writing Project part 1

We’re thrilled to once again present the talented youth of the Graton Writing Project, a series of writing workshops for middle-and high-school Native students from Sonoma, California, that culminates in a published anthology of their work.…
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Native Voices: Essayists from the 2024 Graton Writing Project part 2

We’re thrilled to once again present the talented youth of the Graton Writing Project, a series of writing workshops for middle-and high-school Native students from Sonoma, California, that culminates in a published anthology of their work.…