The 50th annual Pow Wow made a return following a three-year hiatus highlighting Native American culture through a variety of tribes at CSU Puvungna.
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The return of CSULB’s Annual Pow Wow
The long-awaited Pow Wow provides a fun cultural experience for students to appreciate the culture of Los Angeles-Orange County American Indian tribes.
Cultural Heritage Month celebrated at CSULB
Long Beach State recognizes its Native American students and history through events hosted by the American Indian Student Council all throughout November.
The American Indian Student Council speaks out against Prospector Pete
Silence fell over the Associated Students Senate Wednesday as a member of the American Indian Student Council spoke up against mascot Prospector Pete. Miztlayolxochitl Aguilera, a sophomore Chicano and Latino studies major had tears in her eyes as she faced the senate to explain what the statue meant to her[Read More…]
Raising awareness of Native American history
Outside Liberal Arts 5, the Prospector Pete statue will be blindfolded this week as part of Native American Heritage Month. The public visual display dubbed “Blind to History” will be put on by the American Indian Student Council to increase awareness of the Californian Indian Genocide. According to Craig Stone,[Read More…]
La Raza brings Dia de los Muertos to CSULB
The University Student Union Ballroom was transformed into a space of cultural appreciation and celebration from 5 to 10 p.m. Thursday night for La Raza Student Association’s annual Dia de los Muertos event. The holiday is widely celebrated in Mexico, Central and South America and is meant to honor and[Read More…]