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Kumeyaay New Year - SDSU Native Resource Center - Shared screen with speaker view
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
45:42
Welcome again all! Let us know who is here! In the chat, share you name, tribal/nation affiliation if you have it, major if you are a student and something you are grateful for today!
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
46:17
if you have questions, feel free to drop them here in the chat or private message them to me
kat havlu
46:50
im Kat Havlu, San pasqual. i am attending cuyamaca in the Kumeyaay studies program. today I am grateful for this event!
Ashley Quisquis
47:21
Quisquis San Pasqual
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
47:47
Howka!
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
47:48
Welcome Kat and Quisquis
Amy Huie (she/her)
48:56
Amy, no tribal affiliation. Student at Kumeyaay Community College. Grateful for good friends.
Lidia Saldivar
49:11
hi, I'm Lidia a microbiology student at SDSU, I'm grateful to be relatively healthy
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
49:20
thank you for joining us Amy
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
49:33
Welcome Lidia
Adrianna Bozaich
50:05
Hello, my name is Adrianna and I am a senior at SDSU. No tribal affiliation, I am grateful to be learning about the Kumeyaay Nation today
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
50:52
That is great Adrianna! Thank you for joining us
Aleah Davenport Jarin
51:38
Hello, I’m Aleah! A journalism student at SDSU, I’m grateful to be here and to learn about the Kumeyaay New Year
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
51:55
Thank you for joining us today. Let us know who is here! In the chat, share you name, tribal/nation affiliation if you have it, major if you are a student and something you are grateful for today!
if you have questions, feel free to drop them here in the chat or private message them to me
Elybeth Alcantar (she/they/ella)
52:02
Elybeth, nu savi, SDSU student. Being surrounded by lovely community members is what I'm grateful for.
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
52:02
Welcome Aleah
River Tepetla
52:29
Pialli , my name is River Tepetla ,(they/them/theirs) , I’m Tlaxcalteca and Hñañu, im an anthropology major and happy to be learning with you all
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
52:46
Thank you Elybeth
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
52:50
Welcome River
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
55:20
Thank you for joining us today. Let us know who is here! In the chat, share you name, tribal/nation affiliation if you have it, major if you are a student and something you are grateful for today!
if you have questions, feel free to drop them here in the chat or private message them to me
Paige Hernandez (she/her/hers)
57:32
Hello everyone, my name is Paige Hernandez (she/her) and I'm the Director of the CIR. I'm sorry I'm late, but so grateful to be in community with you all today.
Tamara She, Her Hers
58:01
Howka, I am Tamara Strohauer, SERVE Indigenous Social Workers for Change Project Coordinator and Lecturer at SDSU. I am grateful to be here with you all and to share this time with my beloved elder Millie Landis, who is the greatest blessing to me always! She did not want to be on camera, but is also so grateful to be and learn with you!
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
59:02
Thank you for joining us Paige and Tamara!
Yesenia (she/her/ella)
59:57
Hello everyone. Yesenia Sanchez (she/her/ella) with the Latinx Resource Center. I am grateful for spaces of community and radical hope . Thank you for the invitation to learn today
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:00:34
Thanks for joining Yesenia
Cynthia A. Torres She/Her/Hers/Ella
01:03:00
Hello All, Cynthia (she. her, hers, ella) with the Undocumented Resource Center URC. I am honored to be here and learning so much! Grateful to be here and learning. Thank you for organizing this and sharing!
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:03:40
Welcome Cynthia
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:08:39
If you have questions, feel free to drop them here in the chat or private message them to me if you want to remain anonymous
Lidia Saldivar
01:10:05
what do you call the Santa Ana winds? in your native language?
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
01:13:24
'enyekwik- east wind- Barona dictionary
Velma Calvario
01:16:29
Hello Everyone, I am Velma Calvario Tlahuancapa (she, her, hers, ella). I am Nahua from the community of Atzacoaloya located low mountain region of Guerrero, Mexico and the current instructor for the beginners Nahuatl language course through CLAS. Thank you all for important gathering of community and sharing of knowledge.
Lidia Saldivar
01:17:16
where can I get a link to the recording of this meeting?
Paige Hernandez (she/her/hers)
01:17:33
Thank you!
Chris Alvarado
01:21:31
Nice to meet you Velma! The Nahuatl is an old language. A lot of my knowledge came from a PaiPai woman who knew our language and Nahuatl
Cynthia A. Torres She/Her/Hers/Ella
01:21:47
Exactly!!!
Chris Alvarado
01:22:14
She told me about a song Mutt enya = this land is mine - acuur - this land is far. Her father taught her the song and she taught me.
Elizabeth Reynoso
01:22:16
Howka cousins!
Chris Alvarado
01:22:38
Hi!
Elizabeth Reynoso
01:23:39
'Eyaay ahun
Adrianna Bozaich
01:23:46
Thank you all so much!
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:23:56
https://diversity.sdsu.edu/cultural-centers/native-resource
Tamara She, Her Hers
01:24:01
Eyay e'Hunn Chris and Jacob! Millie sends her gratitude and much love, this meant a lot to her and to me, blessings!
Chris Alvarado
01:24:25
Thank you! Thank you Millie for being here. We appreciate you.
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
01:24:30
Howka CUZ
Amy Huie (she/her)
01:25:50
Yay ehan! It was a privilege to be part of this.
Chris Alvarado
01:26:15
Thank you for making time Amy! We appreciate you
Tamara She, Her Hers
01:26:23
if you are interested in our Indigenous Social Work Alliance at SDSU, please email Whitney at sdsuiswa@gmail.com
Elizabeth Reynoso
01:26:44
yes!