Local Community Resources
- American Indian Child Resource Center
- Intertribal Friendship House- Oakland
- Native American Health Center- Oakland
- Native American Health Center- San Francisco
- United Indian Nations, Inc.
Research and Learning
Local Tribal Information
- Muwekma tribe website
- Annie Burke, documentaries
- New DNA analysis supports unrecognized tribe’s ancient roots
- The Ohlone Past and Present: Native Americans of the San Francisco Bay Region. Ballena Press Anthropological Papers ; No. 42, November 1, 1994 by Lowell John Bean.
Turtle Island (United States) & Current Events
- Native America Calling is a live call-in program linking public radio stations, the Internet and listeners together in a thought-provoking national conversation about issues specific to Native communities.
- The Proclaiming Our Roots project is aimed at honoring the histories, realities, stories and experiences of people who are of African diasporic and Indigenous ancestry, and who reside on Turtle Island.
- Smith, Linda Tuhiwai. Decolonizing Methodologies. 2021. (book). See video
- Redvers, Nicole. The Science of the Sacred. 2019.
- Rendon, Laura. Sentipensante Pedagogy. 2014.
- Williams, Owens, and Jasmine Syedullah. Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love, and Liberation. North Atlantic Books, 2016.
- McNair, Bensimon, and Lindsey Malcom-Piquex. From Equity Talk to Equity Walk: Expanding Practitioner Knowledge for Racial Justice in Higher Education. Jossy-Bass, 2020.
- Jha, Sandhya Rani. Pre-Post Racial America: Spiritual Stories from the Front Lines. Chalice Press, 2015.
- Children’s books –
- When The Mission Bells Rang by Judith Scott
Art, Poetry & Music
- Prolific The Rapper x A Tribe Called Red video
- Kimmerer, Robin Wall. Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants. Milkweed Editions, 2013.
- “One World” music video
- The intent of this report is to motivate the University of California to take action regarding accountability to California Indians stemming from the University’s founding as a land-grant institution through Morrill Act land sales and from the ongoing benefits that UC receives from both returns on the original endowment and continued occupation of California Indian territories via current UC land holdings.