Issue: #2-14 February/2014
In This Issue The Spoken Word in Berkeley CA on March 28 Become an Adovocate
"Bad Indians" by Ryan Red Corn
Interested in having trainings for your language program or organization,Contact the Advocates at
Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival
221 Idora AvenueVallejo CA 94591(707) 486-6866 fax: (866) 644-7616
Marina Drummer at
The Spoken WordHeyday Books -- 1633 University Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94703Friday, March 28, 2014 6:00pm
Spoken word is a way to express feelings, ideas, thoughts and visions through song and poetry. Far too often, Indian languages lack venues where we as Native people are able to use our Native languages to express our stories and experiences.
AICLS, in partnership with News from Native California and Heyday, would like to invite you to an evening of stories, poetry, and song shared in languages indigenous to California. It will truly be a special evening. A night of the oldest languages of this land being spoken and sung in a modern setting, a shining testament to our ongoing presence, as we speak and sing of issues dear to our hearts.
For more information, please feel free to contact AICLS, or News from Native California through Facebook, or personally contact Vincent, a member of AICLS' Board of Directors at firstname.lastname@example.org
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