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Native Resource Center: CA Native American Day - Shared screen with speaker view
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
26:04
Welcome all! Thank you for joining us! Please help us see who is in the room. by introducing yourself! Name, Pronouns, Tribal affiliation, Major and one blessing for today
Esmeralda
28:14
Poloov a
Esmeralda
28:47
Poloov 'amu 'exngay! Good Morning, everyone!
Olympia Beltran (She/Her)
29:34
Howka, Olympia Beltran nechujin. Maát Tipay kopai.
Esmeralda
29:40
Ami Admire, she/her/hers, Rincon. Blessing for the day is my daughters first wedding anniversary today :)
Esmeralda
31:02
Yes Chairwoman Elliott Santos!
Esmeralda
31:43
'ohoo!
Esmeralda
32:34
Time immemorial!!!
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
32:41
Please help us see who is in the room. by introducing yourself! Name, Pronouns, Tribal affiliation, Major and one blessing for today
Melisa Aleman
32:53
Melisa Aleman Yaqui, Cherokee, Apache MSW student and Youth Center Program Manager at the San DiegoAmerican Indian Health Center
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
33:22
If you have any questions please drop them here in the chat or private message them to me if you prefer
Tamara Strohauer
35:18
Eyay eHunn Honorable Chairwoman Elliot-Santos!
Tamara Strohauer
37:35
Howka! Tamara Strohauer she/her/hers, SERVE Indigenous Social Workers for Change Project Coordinator & Lecturer SDSU School of Social Work, So Cal Warrior Spirit Team
Chloe Anne Sabio
37:44
Hello everyone! My name is Chloe Sabio, my pronouns are she/her/hers and I'm a Psychology major. No Tribal affiliation, I'm here as an ally. Blessing for the day is being able to visit my grandma
Esmeralda
39:36
And prayer, Mr. Bobby!!!
Martina G.
40:56
Greetings, Martina Galvan she/her/hers, MSW at SDSU, Azteca Mestiza and ally, Blessings for Family & Health
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
43:28
Please help us see who is in the room. by introducing yourself! Name, Pronouns, Tribal affiliation, Major and one blessing for today
Tamara Strohauer
44:27
Blessing is to be here with you all, to hear from our beloved relatives!
Fabiola Ruiz
45:33
Hello everyone! My name is Fabiola Ruiz (she/her/hers) I am a Social Worker major. I have no tribal affiliation, I'm here as a ally. A blessing for the day is being healthy.
Joseph Wiese, they them theirs
45:45
Hello! my name is Joseph Wiese, my pronouns are they/them/theirs and I am a Social Work Major. No tribal affiliation.
Keisha Lazo (she/her)
45:57
Hello, my name is Keisha Lazo, my pronouns are she/her/hers, I don't have a personal tribe affiliation but I'm glad to be here to listen to everyone else and share the concerns going on regarding the border wall. I am a Social Work major and I hope you all have a blessed Friday with your families.
rebecca rodriguez
48:18
Hello! My name is Rebecca my pronouns are she/her/hers. I have no affiliation to a tribe but I am here as an ally. I am nutrition major with a minor in social work.
Esmeralda
48:20
Thank you Mr. Bobby and Honorable Chairwoman Angela Elliott Santos!
Tamara Strohauer
48:32
Much LOVE Brother Bobby! Eyay e'Hunn!
Esmeralda
49:31
ohoo!
Kimberly Cramer
50:39
Hello! Kimberly Cramer, she/her/hers, here as an ally. Blessing for the day is getting to hear and learn from people who took time out of their day to share their knowledge with others.
Perla Urtiz
52:24
Hello everyone! My name is Perla Urtiz, my pronouns are she/her/hers. I don’t have a tribal affiliation but I am here as an ally. I am a criminal justice major and a blessing is being able to be with my family today.
rebecca rodriguez
53:07
Thank you for sharing Angela. I wanted to ask what is your opinion about native Americans joining border patrol and taking on positions where theyre opposing their own ancestors?
Evan
53:24
Hello and thanks for the invitation. My name is Evan Shulman (he/him/his), and I was a Cog Sci major/Human Complex Systems minor a decade ago at UCLA. No tribal affiliation and here as an ally and learning more, and grateful for your voices and stories. A blessing for today is the continued awakening of hearts and spirits towards our interconnectedness.
Dana Brown
53:39
Howka, humbled to be here learning on Native American Day. Thank you, Ami, for the invitation. Dana Brown (she/her/hers) An ally. Southern CA Warrior Spirit team with Dr. Pico, Oletha, and Tamara.
Lizzie Schalo (she/her)
55:00
Hello, my name is Lizzie Schalo (she/her). No tribal affiliation. Here as an ally to learn more. I graduated from UCSD in Environmental Engineering. Blessing is that I get to see my in-law's today.
Dana Brown
55:02
Much Love & Light surrounding each of you, and your loved ones. May we feel the Ancestors with us always, and in all ways. Bless you, Brother Bobby and Chairwoman Elliott Santo for sharing your wisdom.
Erika Esquivel
55:17
Hello, my name is Erika Esquivel, she/her/hers, I'm a librarian at SDSU and here as an ally. Blessing for the day is being able to spend time with my family and their health.
Bobby W >----->co host
59:54
Dana and Tamara, please tell uncle Anthony P. hi
Tamara Strohauer
59:55
Prayers for your family, your grandchild, and the Kumeyaay Land Protectors Chairwoman!
Dana Brown
01:00:28
Howka, absolutely, Bobby, please know we will.
Tamara Strohauer
01:01:00
We will Bobby, he was unable to be here due to a Dr. appointment, I will send him the recording!
Bobby W >----->co host
01:01:46
And Aunt Diana Please sisters
Tamara Strohauer
01:02:05
Absolutely!
Erika Esquivel
01:03:16
is there a Kumeyaay approved voting guide?
Olympia Beltran (She/Her)
01:03:57
Thank you so much for that insight, Chairwoman Elliott-Santos. You are so greatly appreciated, and Bobby as well.
Yesenia Sanchez (she/her/ella)
01:04:43
Hello, my name is Yesenia Sanchez (she, her ella) with the Latinx Resource center. No tribal affiliation, here as an ally. Thank you for the invitation and opportunity to learn today. Blessings for today is for ongoing health for ourselves and families.
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:06:16
Thank you for joining us today! We are recording todays session and it will be available on the NRC website:
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:06:17
https://diversity.sdsu.edu/cultural-centers/native-resource
Elybeth Alcantar
01:06:18
Chaando, my name is Elybeth Alcantar, my pronouns she/they, nu savi, and an MA Latin American Studies Student. Thank you all lovely people for coming to share and learn knowledge.
Tamara Strohauer
01:06:53
Blessings Miss Ami, so good to see you! Please check out this article everyone: From Boarding Schools to Suspension Boards https://cceal.org/nativesuspensions/
Jessica Nare
01:09:50
Thank you for this important conversation today. I’m grateful to be here with everyone. `
Tamara Strohauer
01:09:59
We were deeply blessed to hear from Rincon Youth Story Tellers last year at the Native Truth and Healing Conference with Ms Ami, telling their truth about searches, detention, suspensions, and verbal abuse over and over!
Dana Brown
01:10:18
Saddened to need to leave at 1:00 pm, please know I'm hosting a Zoom for 13 SDSU students I supervise. Many blessings surrounding each of you... Thank you, Ami, for your wisdom and passion. Please share if we may receive your slide deck, if possible.
Angela Elliott Santos
01:14:05
This sad conduct goes on out here in the Mountain Empire School district also. More Trauma for our children
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:15:57
deliberately reinforcing the school to prison and criminality that natives face
Bobby W >----->co host
01:17:09
how does someone get in touch to make a difference?
Keisha Lazo (she/her)
01:18:31
Thank you so much for this valuable information.
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:18:44
Thank you for joining us today! We are recording todays session and it will be available on the NRC website:
https://diversity.sdsu.edu/cultural-centers/native-resource
Tamara Strohauer
01:19:37
Blessings, much love and SO MUCH GRATITUDE for you Ami!
Bobby W >----->co host
01:19:48
Ami, press on sister.!!!!
Angela Elliott Santos
01:20:17
Thank you Ami!!
Tamara Strohauer
01:22:02
IHC and community Solstice Prayer Hour held with Ms Ami and Bobby Wallace among our community prayer warriors from last summer as lives were being lost to counterfeit opioid overdoses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B06lHL8IDDU
Angela Elliott Santos
01:22:40
We should have voting seat in each school district!!!
Erika Esquivel
01:31:02
it's not about them!
Angela Elliott Santos
01:31:19
Thank you!!!
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:31:31
Thank you for joining us today! We are recording todays session and it will be available on the NRC website:
https://diversity.sdsu.edu/cultural-centers/native-resource
Joseph Wiese, they them theirs
01:31:43
Thank you!
Chloe Anne Sabio
01:31:47
Thank you so much to Chris and NRC for creating spaces like this and for giving folks like me the opportunity to learn & unlearn. Thank you to the guest speakers not only for the passion & wisdom, but for the resilience y'all continue to exude and the nonstop work that goes into fighting this injust system. This has def been one of my biggest blessing today