As part of an ongoing letter exchange with the CSU, an attorney with the commission maintained that Long Beach State has yet to partake in proper consultation with the Native community.
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Documents show CSULB had intentions of creating parking lot on Puvungna despite claims made by administration
As the lawsuit against Long Beach State continues to move forward, newly obtained documents show that the university did have plans to build upon the sacred land.
While members of the Indigenous community in Long Beach have taken to social media to protest the proposed construction plans of a parking lot on the 22-acre sacred site, university officials continue to refute the claims.
Writer and professor Deborah Miranda explores 15 steps for decolonization for Californian Indigenous communities
Native American Heritage Month Celebration 2020 continues with its second event, featuring Deborah Miranda, a member of the Esselen and Chumash people, to discuss California missions, the history of natives in California and how to practice decolonization.
“You make it your own” Artist Edgar Heap of Birds speaks at Forms of Reparations: The Museum and Restorative Justice
The virtual symposium continues with artist Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds, who discusses his decades-spanning career in art.
Long Beach Native American community rallies ‘Respect our past and our future’ during Indigenous People’s Day
At the JetBlue Long Beach Marathon Sunday, members of the Native community raised awareness about the administration’s discussions of adding a temporary parking lot at Puvungna.