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Kumeyaay Land Acknowledgement and Culture: - Shared screen with speaker view
sunni Dominguez
19:51
Howka Iipay, Tipay
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
20:43
Howka!
Cynthia Torres
01:03:08
Mr Connolly-Thank you very much! So much information I did not know
Carol Tohsaku
01:11:32
First Nations and Indigenous Studies at University of British Columbia: https://fnis.arts.ubc.ca
Carol Tohsaku
01:12:41
https://you.ubc.ca/ubc_programs/first-nations-indigenous-studies/
Cynthia Torres
01:16:38
Truth!!
Cynthia Torres
01:16:48
as well as that Mascot
Sunni Dominguez
01:17:02
Yeah I heard it a while back. There is a lot going on for Kumeyaay representation.
Kari Hooker
01:18:31
I have a meeting I need to go to, so sadly I need to log off. Thank you for sharing such important information with us all.
Tamara Strohauer
01:19:34
Eyay e'Hunn Mike and Jacob, blessed always to hear from you and share in this journey with our communities, students, families and see movement in our university systems! Prayers for the Kumeyaay Land Defenders and all who are impacted by the fire, as well as ongoing impact of COVID across communities and families!
Tamara Strohauer
01:19:53
Howka Sunni!
Jess Whatcott
01:20:32
Is there an update on how we can support the Kumeyaay Land Protectors at the border wall construction?
Kate Carinder
01:21:47
I really appreciate this! I've learned a lot. This is so important.
Anna Jost
01:21:48
I would like to learn about the original names for places in San Diego, such as Balboa Park, Old Town San Diego, etc. as mentioned in the first presentation Where can I find that information?
Jess Whatcott
01:22:19
Thank you.
Kristen Wells
01:22:39
Thank you both for your presentations and time today. I have learned so much.
Cynthia Torres
01:24:15
can Mr Connolly's Map eventually be shared to the Native Resource Center?
Jessica Humphrey
01:24:33
Yes, Cynthia, I have the same question…
Anna Jost
01:25:30
I’m looking forward to your map and database of original place names, thank you!
Anna Jost
01:26:17
I have looked up your book “Kumeyaay: A History Tetbook, Vol. 1 , Precontact to 1893 and it is out of print. Where can I access it?
Jessica Humphrey
01:26:23
Thank you for your work
Alane "Lanie" Lockwood
01:26:56
Do you have some resources for readings on the history, as you’ve discussed, Michael? Oops.. maybe similar to Anna’s question
Jess Whatcott
01:27:02
Where is a good place for students to go to learn more about Kumeyaay history? Are there classes they can look for or places they can look for upcoming events?
Sandra Nordahl
01:30:59
Thank you so much! I very much appreciate the information that you have shared with the participants. Will the presentation be available for sharing?
Lisa Sparaco
01:31:15
Thank you for sharing your stories, teaching history with truth and honor, and for your perseverance so we may all learn better ways of being in the world!
Jennifer Imazeki
01:31:37
The slides and recording will be available - it will be on the website but I will also email everyone who attended today
Sunni Dominguez
01:32:32
Thank you Jennifer lmazeki
Cynthia Torres
01:32:58
Can we be included in the Newsletter that Mr Connolly speaks of??
Angelica Riestra
01:33:45
Thank you for sharing all of your knowledge with us at this presentation.
Yesenia Sanchez Garcia
01:34:13
Mr. Connolly and Jacob, thank you for sharing this powerful knowledge and information and your leadership and to the Native Resource Center and Chris for the leadership and work being done as well. Look forward to continued conversations how we can support the efforts and for these critical conversations to continue, including addressing the mascot and its impact.
Jennifer Tucker-Tatlow
01:35:47
Yes, thank you very much for sharing this history. It is so important that we don't lose this. I, too, am encouraged by SDSU's efforts to honor this history and to integrate it into SDSU's culture and curriculum.
Jennifer Imazeki
01:35:57
I will look into the CIE or the Native Resource Center getting copies
Cynthia Torres
01:36:04
https://newsfromnativecalifornia.com/
Tamara Strohauer
01:36:23
We have started the Indigenous Social Work Alliance (ISWA) student organization if anyone is interested in joining us for conversations and events email: sdsuiswa@gmail.com
Cynthia Torres
01:36:34
Yes, NRC and CIE should have copies for students and F/S to read
Carol Tohsaku
01:37:02
Thank you, Jacob and Mike, for an enlightening presentation!
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
01:37:14
https://www.kumeyaay.com/
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
01:37:24
http://kumeyaaycommunitycollege.com/
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
01:37:37
KDLC: Kumeyaay-Digueno Land Conservancyhttp://www.kdlc.org/
Alane "Lanie" Lockwood
01:37:42
@Jen: and maybe subscription thru library, if not already
Jennifer Imazeki
01:37:55
Everyone is also invited to connect with the Native American and Indigenous Faculty and Staff Association: https://diversity.sdsu.edu/ergs/naifsa
Larry Beck
01:40:00
Is there a way to access the Learning Landscapes Curriculum?
Minola Clark Manson
01:40:32
Thank you for sharing your time and knowledge.
Yesenia Sanchez Garcia
01:41:44
Props to Cynthia for making sure history is documented!