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1st Native & Indigenous Research Symposium hosted by the Native Resource Center, SDSU - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/2
Mateo Gin Tarango
24:37
SDSU student/EY Mentor checking in from Sacramento!
Ozzie Monge
24:37
Good morning everyone. Pretend I'm not here. ;)
Emily Tran
24:41
Good morning! From Chula Vista, CA. Curent SDSU student :)
felicia crenshaw
24:42
Good morning everyone I’m on campus practically (SDSU)
Monet Hefner
25:22
SDSU, MSW student. Joining you from North Carolina. Choctaw descendant
Leviticus Johnson
25:42
Good morning! I am staff @ SDSU and an alumni. Watching from Escondido.
Janalyn Hall
26:38
Hello! I am a graduating senior at SDSU currently in San Diego :)
Melina Cruz Bautista
26:47
Buenos dias, connecting desde Los Angeles.<3
Cathleen Chilcote Wallace
26:50
I'm an SDSU alum joining from San Diego.
Nataeah Barron
27:06
Nataeah from Colorado but SDSU Alumni 🙂. Sorry about that Wesley
Jade Johnson
27:26
Hello, I am Dine (Navajo) and an MS student in Environmental Health, joining from near SDSU campus on Kumeyaay land (:
Elybeth Alcantar
28:00
Feel free to share in the chat where you are joining us from.
Alicia Leon
29:59
Saludos from San Diego Ca on Kumeyaay land <3
Yesenia Sanchez
30:47
Good morning, congratulations on inaugural symposium NRC! Joining from Lemon Grove
Rogelio Novales
36:21
Warm greetings from the Kumeyaay nation! I’m a Mexica PhD student from CIIS in the Bay Area at the proposal phase. I’m here to connect with others exploring the use of indigenous knowledge production to inform research and scholarship inside and out of the academy. Tlazohcamati Cenca tlazohcamati!
Robert Levi
38:00
Miyaxwen, living on Cahuilla/Serrano land. SDSU Alumni Class of 80, 82 History Major, high school AP/CP US History teacher 40 years - now retired. Past Chair CTA AI/AN Caucus Member Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
38:51
Welcome all! So honored to have you all here with us this morning. Please feel free to introduce yourself in the chat
Jessica Becenti
41:01
I can
Jessica Becenti
41:47
Well looks like my mic stopped working
Arion Mayes
42:01
The screen says that participants can't unmute themselves when you try
ANDREW Masiel Jr
43:23
Míiyuyam this is Andrew Masiel Jr from Pechanga SDSU class of 2001 and current School Principal of our Tribal School.
Antonio Catrileo
44:26
Mari mari kom pu che. Inche Antonio Catrileo pingen, inche Mapuche, inche Wallmapu tuwün. Hello everyone. My name is Antonio Catrileo. I am Mapuche, from the South of Abya Yala. Currently I living on Kumeyaay land
Tim Jepson
52:32
Kia ora all. I’m Tim. I’m an educational technologist for a charity education organization in Balboa Park. Originally from New Zealand, I’m here to learn more about the situation of the native people. Thank you for allowing me to attend this event.
CHRIS TURNTINE
53:58
These sound like beautiful stories and I can’t wait to read your book. Many do not recognize the interconnectedness of enslaved black folks and indigenous people in America
Elybeth Alcantar
53:59
Chaando. Nañi Elybeth Alcantar. Dyi Yucu Nduchi, Nuundyiva a Kumeyaay territory. Hello everyone. I'm Elybeth Alcantar. Mixtec from Oaxaca born & raised in Kumeyaay territory.
April Anson
59:03
Thank you, Dr. Murdock! Your words and work are so powerful!
Tim Jepson
59:15
Where can we buy your book?
Eric Smigel
59:18
Thank you, Dr. Murdock! I appreciate your advocacy for redefining conventional practices of historiography!
Brianna Hays
01:00:40
This was excellent, Dr. Murdock. Thank you for sharing this. I am eager to engage more with your work.
Emily Tran
01:01:19
How do you move past the pain and emotions associated with learning about the past and negative affects that are tied to each community?
Rogelio Novales
01:03:01
Can you describe your methodologies in your very personal work that informs your scholarship? Are there methods that create new threads of knowledge production that contest legacies of colonial settler intelligentsia in academia?
Emily Tran
01:05:41
Thank you :)
Wesley Paláu (they/them/elle)
01:05:42
Thank you for sharing your wisdom!
CHRIS TURNTINE
01:05:46
America still refuses to recognize this entire country was built on the genocide of indigenous people, the stealing of land and the labor of enslaved people. Reparations are needed to right this traumatic history
April Anson
01:06:07
Thank you for that important question and beautiful answer!
Tamara Strohauer
01:11:12
YES!! Thank you so much for Dr. Murdock for sharing your wonderful work!
Elybeth Alcantar (she/they)
01:11:16
YES!!!!!
Robert Levi
01:11:17
The Truth & Healing Council is dealing with California Indian historical trauma. The Council is meeting today at 1 via ZOOM
CHRIS TURNTINE
01:11:32
The way California teaches you the Spanish missions are such great historical treasures is such a false and incomplete history
Elybeth Alcantar (she/they)
01:11:35
*raises hand*
Cathleen Chilcote Wallace
01:12:33
Such important and inspiring words, Dr. Murdock! Thank you for sharing.
Robert Levi
01:14:32
The AI/An Caucus and Representative James Ramos are currently working on emphasizing more California Indian History in the State’s History/Social Science curriculum - AB 1554
Arion Mayes
01:15:56
Thank you for saying that about retraining your training =-)
Tamara Strohauer
01:16:12
BEAUTIFUL!
Yesenia Sanchez
01:17:55
Thank you Dr. Murdock for the powerful conversation
Esme Murdock
01:18:25
Thank you all for sharing this space with me!
Rogelio Novales
01:25:04
Best zines: Dear Jesus and http://heartattackarchive.com/
Esme Murdock
01:27:52
Artistic license
Rogelio Novales
01:30:01
Property is theft
Arion Mayes
01:33:39
Very interesting thank you
Eric Smigel
01:34:21
Yes, John—congratulations (again!) on your important work.
John Mollet
01:34:30
Thank you!
Thomas Morales
01:34:43
great presentation.
Lucia Napolez
01:34:45
Thank you for sharing the knowledge. :)
John Mollet
01:35:39
Thank You
Jade Johnson
01:36:10
Hey John, just thought it was really interesting you pointed out how color is used to tell direction.
Jade Johnson
01:36:45
indicate/represent* direction
Arlene Sedano Gill
01:38:34
I'm willing to give it a try
Arlene Sedano Gill
01:40:20
Sorry i lost connection
Arlene Sedano Gill
01:41:08
It's ok, I was getting emotional. I didn't realize this lecture was about my family
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:42:39
Thank you for starting it off for us Arlene <3
Arlene Sedano Gill
01:43:10
Eyaay ahan, thank you for understanding
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
01:44:06
eyaay ahan
Monet Hefner
01:45:51
Beautiful!
April Anson
01:45:55
beautiful!
Esme Murdock
01:46:12
Thank you for allowing me to read it
John Mollet
01:46:14
proud to be my mentee!
John Mollet
01:46:28
or proud to have as my mentee whatever
John Mollet
01:46:30
lol
Arion Mayes
01:47:02
Poignant
Leviticus Johnson
01:49:11
Thank you everyone for your insightful contributions and beautiful research! I am inspired and have been touched by this moment in time. Much love to all!
John Mollet
01:54:00
one of the best presentations ive seen!
Alexandria Ybarra
01:58:06
Very powerful
Jade Johnson
01:58:24
powerful video. I respect how concisely she worded a truth earlier in the video, "not all are equal before the law"
Arion Mayes
01:58:59
No More! Thank you for that powerful video.
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:59:43
Best presentation I have seen! Thank you for sharing!
Monet Hefner
02:00:10
Great presentation. Thank you for sharing
Alexandria Ybarra
02:00:14
Thank you so much for sharing
Antonio Catrileo
02:00:17
https://vimeo.com/catrileocarrion
Arion Mayes
02:00:21
Yes please links
Arlene Sedano Gill
02:00:21
Yes please
Antonio Catrileo
02:00:34
IG: @catrileocarrion
Antonio Catrileo
02:00:37
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plbCSfiF9dg&t=297s&ab_channel=TheLoftUCSanDiego
Eric Smigel
02:00:51
Thank you, Antonio, for creating such a stunning portrait.
Antonio Catrileo
02:00:53
https://terremoto.mx/en/revista/utopias-epupillan-para-el-presente/
Elybeth Alcantar (she/they)
02:00:57
Solidaridad con Wallmapu libre!
Alicia Leon
02:00:57
Thank you! <3
Arlene Sedano Gill
02:01:16
thank you!
Lucia Napolez
02:01:26
Thank you :D
Arlene Sedano Gill
02:14:13
Do you have any links for your art?
Lucia Napolez
02:14:21
Thank you for sharing the knowledge, Ethan!
Arlene Sedano Gill
02:14:41
Thank you sharing your experience and work!
Monet Hefner
02:25:20
Will the podcast be available through apple podcast
John Mollet
02:25:26
good job!
John Mollet
02:25:31
great presentation
Arlene Sedano Gill
02:26:00
Thank you!!
Monet Hefner
02:26:07
awesome
Andrew Mutsalklisana
02:26:12
great presentation Susie!!
Joseph Pritchett
02:26:19
What will be some of the topics you will be going over?
Arlene Sedano Gill
02:26:31
Do you have any links you can share for the podcast?
Susie Gallo
02:26:40
Podcast SGALLO@SDSU.EDU
Susie Gallo
02:26:52
The very first episode will be dropped very soon
Elybeth Alcantar (she/they)
02:26:53
Susie's email: sgallo@sdsu.edu
Jennifer Rodriguez
02:26:58
Great presentation susie! Good job!
Robert Levi
02:29:52
Achama
Arlene Sedano Gill
02:38:47
Yes!
Esme Murdock
02:42:59
Gifts are responsibilities <3
Rogelio Novales
02:46:08
How would native-focused schools you intend to help develop be non-coercive, non-authoritarian, student-centered liberatory spaces- as all schools deal with hierarchy and centralization? Have you heard of the Escuela Paideia in Spain?
Arlene Sedano Gill
03:00:03
Thank you, I appreciate this a lot
Tamara Strohauer
03:00:07
Eyay e'Hunn Jacob for your heart, your being, your good words and ALL of your incredibly important work!
Esme Murdock
03:00:16
Incredibly important work, thank you!
Monet Hefner
03:00:43
Thank you for all the work you are doing for our people!!!
Robert Levi
03:01:54
CTA AI/AN has been trying to get Indian college students into teacher ed programs! Currently there are LESS THAN 2% Indian teachers! Please look at AB 1554 sponsored bt James Ramos
Manny Manny
03:04:08
Oaxaca is present ☺️☺️
Jimena Perez
03:04:34
This sounds so interesting, Elybeth!
Robert Levi
03:15:51
Moving on to Truth & Healing Council ZOOM meeting Thank you for an interesting program If there are any questions on AB 1554, the graduation requirement of ethnic studies (2024) or anything ed please contact me at - kaweya@verizon.net
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
03:16:18
Thanks brother, have a good one.
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
03:16:50
Thank you Elybeth, great job on your presentation!
Jimena Perez
03:16:54
Thank you Elybeth for sharing <3
Jorge Ramirez (He/Him)
03:17:01
Thank you Elybeth!!
Arlene Sedano Gill
03:17:01
Thank you Elybeth!
Juan Pacheco Marcial (he/him)
03:17:04
Thank you Elybeth!
Elybeth Alcantar (she/they)
03:17:18
<3
Tina Alvarez
03:17:27
Beautiful work Elybeth!
Tamara Strohauer
03:17:51
Awesome Elybeth, thank you, and congratulations on all of your great work!
Ser Flores
03:20:02
Thank you everyone! I learned a lot and it was really cool seeing/hearing different forms of knowledge production
Wesley Paláu
03:29:43
https://bit.ly/3dLmbXI
Tamara Strohauer
03:30:02
Wonderful work, thank you all so much!
Monet Hefner
03:34:51
Are contacts going to be emailed out? Like the contact —the topic they discussed?
Monet Hefner
03:35:19
(For the all presenters today)
Elybeth Alcantar (she/they)
03:36:04
We can ensure something like a contact list happens.
Monet Hefner
03:36:26
That would be awesome because I don’t have information right now to send these presenters but I have a few people in mind
Richard DeCrane
03:36:38
SCTCA Tanf youth programs.
Jade Johnson
03:37:46
my email: jljohnson2@sdsu.edu
Esme Murdock
03:39:14
Thanks for letting us know about Mural too! Seems like a great resource
Arlene Sedano Gill
03:39:17
I'm going to share this with other contacts I have that might be able to contribute in other areas
Rachel Astete Vasquez
03:39:35
Thank you!
April Anson
03:41:55
Thank you all for all your amazing work!!! Unfortunately, I have to run to a meeting but it was an absolute honor and privilege to learn about all the inspiring work you are all doing!!
Arlene Sedano Gill
03:42:05
Thank you!
Anah Esquerio
03:42:22
Thank you all for sharing!
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
03:45:14
Thank you Jade, Rachel, and Thomas great presentation.
Thomas Morales
03:45:54
Thank you for allowing us the time to share! water quality and allowing the youth to understand its importance is important for the future.
Arlene Sedano Gill
03:53:41
Thank you for sharing!
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
03:54:03
Thank you Jeffrey for your presentation! Great Job.
Esme Murdock
03:56:35
That is absolutely true in the Black American community as well
Jeffrey Jones
03:57:38
jjones7741@sdsu.edu
Wesley Paláu
03:57:55
Thank you, Jeffrey!
Anah Esquerio
03:58:33
Great job Jeffrey!
Cathleen Chilcote Wallace
03:58:39
Thank you, Jeffery, for the informative presentation.
Esme Murdock
04:03:40
Beautiful!
Wesley Paláu
04:03:57
Powerful!
Elybeth Alcantar (she/they)
04:04:14
AMAZING
Jacob Alvarado Waipuk
04:04:17
Awesome job, you can capture so much through films. Keep up the great work.