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CALIFORNIA INDIAN EDUCATION

Welcome to the official California Indian Education (CALIE) website, the American Indian tribal community leader in on-line Native American educational resources and community services in Southern California Indian Country. We collaborate with the thirty California Indian Education Centers established by the California Department of Education, and the twenty seven federally-recognized Tribal Governments located in Southern California. Please CONTACT US to become involved with your community website!

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Soaring Eagles Powwow
You're invited!

Third Annual South Bayfront Powwow
August 2-3, 2014
Marina View park
West on J Street (Interstate 5)
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ROY
by Roy Cook, Opata-Oodham, Mazopiye Wishasha.

POW-WOWChula Vista 2014 Soaring Eagles POW WOW: The August 2nd & 3rd, 2014 South Bay front Artists, Soaring Eagle two-day 3rd annual Native American pow wow will be a free event and celebration of life. This convenient Marina location is excellent. The weather should be gorgeous! We thank our event title sponsor, the Port District of San Diego.

These opportunities to share our pride of our Soaring Eagles dancers in traditional tribal culture and participation in public American Indian gatherings allow us to endure and remain a vital cultural, political, social, and moral presence in the San Diego region.

Summer gatherings are traditional opportunities to visit with relatives and old friends. Even in urban settings many of the hospitality and generosity is a part of the recognition and public presentations that come into the dance circle. This year we will honor Mr. Wilbur Solomon, Omaha tribal member from Macy, Nebraska. Wilbur is a retired Navy Veteran from the Korean War era. He has been instrumental in organizing and participating with the Pacific Coast Indian Club and dance troupe. They have participated from the early 1960’s on the Barona's Band of tribal land. He is also one of the earliest members of the Golden State Gourd Society and can still be seen when those songs call the dancers to participate. He has lived in San Diego for over 65 years and has many of his family still residing here too.

We are fortunate to see self esteem and confidence demonstrated by all our friends and relatives at these Pow wow dance and song experiences. Our parents and volunteers are truly blessed to have our future and next generation children eager to have a good time doing Indian things.

Finally, the Tonkawa Elders club and the American Warriors Association, AIWA, are honored to be invited to attend and participate on many levels at this event.

"Sharing our culture with the world"

PAYPALWe have established a convenient Verified Corporate PayPal account to receive payments and financial donations — please click on an amount below and follow the instructions on PayPal's secure server to support California Indian Education:

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Something to Say: Success Principles for Afterschool Arts Programs From Urban Youth and Other Experts

Market research offers insights into how to engage urban tweens in afterschool arts.

STUDENT SUCCESSHow can high-quality arts programs attract and retain low-income urban tweens?

Drawing on hundreds of interviews with young people, their families, leaders of exemplary programs and others nationwide, this report offers some answers, including 10 principles for developing effective programming.

An infographic illustrating key findings, a report “knowledge-in-brief,” a video introduction and video profiles of six outstanding arts organizations offer compelling supplemental reading and viewing... DOWNLOAD PDF (22MB).

Author(s): Denise Montgomery, Peter Rogovin, Nero Persaud
Published by:

The Wallace Foundation

Source and more detailed information.

State, Local and Tribal Leaders Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience

President Obama is looking for tribal leaders to join his environmental Task Force

PRESIDENT'S PRESS RELEASEState, local and tribal leaders across the country are already contending with more frequent or severe heat waves, droughts, wildfires, storms and floods, and other impacts of climate change.

The Task Force will provide recommendations to the President on removing barriers to resilient investments, modernizing Federal grant and loan programs to better support local efforts, and developing the information and tools they need to prepare...

Task Force members comprise governors, mayors, county officials and tribal leaders, representing a diverse range of communities — see the complete FACT SHEET: Executive Order on Climate Preparedness.

CALIE.ORG Website Turns Six Years!

Established February of 2008 by Ernie C. Salgado Jr., www.californiaindianeducation.org website is celebrating its sixth anniversary this month (Feb. 2014).

STATISTICS (calie.org domain only):

  • HITS: 61,000,000 (about 2 million Hits a month)
  • PAGES VIEWED: about 100,000 per month
  • UNIQUE DAILY VISITORS: 1.86 million (logging about 50,000 per month)

OUR TOP 10 MOST POPULAR PAGES:

Please contact our CEO/ASSIGNMENTS EDITOR, Ernie Salgado, for more information about becoming involved with your tribal community website and supporting California Indian Education.

CREATIVE INDIAN
CALIE.ORG/creative
is developing a Wordpress site to showcase the best tribal inspired creative multimedia content on the Internet — everything from photojournalistic still documentaries, research articles, posters. This a work in progress...

Native American Girl Super Hero
added to CALIE Famous Indians...
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR NATIVE AMERICANS

DC Comics: A MIGHTY GIRL CREE

DC Comics' new teenage superhero was inspired by Native American education activist Shannen Koostachin (Attawapiskat First Nation).

The new DC Comics animated character called Equinox, a ficticious 16-year-old girl from the Cree Indian community of Moose Factory, Ontario, Canada, will appear in a five-issue story in the Justice League Canada comic book.

Equinox possesses special powers connected to the Earth that change with the seasons.

Shannen KoostachinAt the age of 14, Shannen was nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize in 2009 for her educational activism. Tragically, Shannen was killed in a car accident in 2010.

However, her dream lives on in Shannen’s Dream, a youth-driven movement advocating educational funding for safe and culturally-based programs for First Nations children across Canada, and in the new Attawapiskat tribal school that will bear her name.... READ MORE.

APRIL: National Encore Entrepreneur Mentor Month
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Seniors, tribal elders 50+ get help and information!

SBA and AARP are again teaming up to host National Encore Entrepreneur Mentor Month, targeting entrepreneurs over the age of 50. Building on last year’s successful strategic alliance, the two organizations provided nationwide mentoring and training to over 119,000 individuals. Throughout April, SBA district offices, state AARP offices and SBA resource partners will host more than 100 events (workshops, conferences, seminars, etc.) to help entrepreneurs 50+ start or grow a business.

Visit www.sba.gov/encore for free online courses and other resources to help you start, grow and succeed in your Native American Indian owned business.

Family Health Services:

INDIAN HEALTH CLINICEducational Groups
(open to ages 15 and up):

Alcohol & Drug Dependency, Suicide Prevention, Domestic Violence, Anger, HIV/AIDS/STDs, Loss & Grief, Historical Trauma, and more...
WHEN: Thursdays, 5:30-7pm
WHERE: La Posta Substance Abuse Center
DOWNLOAD PDF
MORE SIHC EVENTS

True Story of Wilma Mankiller

AMERICAN INDIAN MOVIESThe Cherokee Word for Water is a feature-length motion picture that tells the story of the work that led Wilma Mankiller to become the first modern female Chief of the Cherokee Nation.

"It's a woman's story. It's how a woman goes about unifying a community toward a greater purpose that serves everyone regardless if they are male or female, old or young, Cherokee or non-Cherokee, you know, it's about getting back to being human beings," Kimberly Norris-Guerrero (Cherokee) said. Kimberly played Mankiller in the film.

WATCH THE FREE MOVIE TRAILER:
(more videos in CALIE CREATIVE)

Tribal Funeral & Death Notices:

Patsy "Pat" Salgado
1946-2014

PAT SALGADOPatsy "Pat" Ann Salgado went to heaven on June 22, 2014. She was born March 30, 1946 in Kingsport, Tennessee where she lived until the age of nine. She and her family moved to Chicago, Illinois and later to Gary, Indiana. In 1962, again with her family, she move to Long Beach, California were she attended Poly High School. She was a beloved homemaker, wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother... Mrs. Salgado is survived by her husband of fifty one years, Ernie C. Salgado Jr., of the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians...
READ OBITUARY.

Teddy Lou Qwe Pablo
1992-2014
Campo (download flyer).

Albert Benjamin Linton
Santa Ysabel (download flyer).

Vincent Louis Burch
Campo (download PDF).

Jane Dumas
Jamul (download PDF).

Abe Pena
Santa Ysabel (download PDF).

Alice Ponchetti
Santa Ysabel (download PDF).

EDWARD THOMAS ARVISO
Rincon (download PDF).

JANICE CUERO PRIETO
1950-2014
Campo (download PDF).

TINA LOUISE LINTON HOLMES
Santa Ysabel (download PDF).

CALIFORNIA AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL OBITUARIES...

EDITORIAL: Where are the nation's Tribal leaders?

Government to allow Wind Energy Industry to Kill Eagles

ERNIE
by Ernie C. Salgado, Jr., Soboba t
ribal elder, January 17, 2014

American Bald and Golden Eagles have been an American national icon pride for over 200 years, and they are sacred birds for the Native American people. The feathers of the Eagle are central to many American Indian religious and spiritual customs, especially among American Indians in the United States and First Nations in Canada....

Now the Obama administration will allow some wind energy companies to kill or injure Bald and Golden Eagles for up to 30 years without penalty in an effort to spur the development and investment in green energy while balancing its environmental consequences.... READ EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL: Jamul Casino, local organized opposition
EN ESPANOL

RE: U-T San Diego article by Karen Pearlman, Feb. 7, 2014: JAMUL CASINO PROPOSAL DRAWS STRONG OPPOSITION; SUITS FILED

Editorial by Gary G. Ballard, Feb. 8, 2014

Few quotations in the news move me to publicly comment these days about American Indian affairs, but this is such a profound statement:

"Jamul will never be the same (if the Jamul casino is built). It would bring other big-city problems, more noise, more crime, more traffic, more light pollution."

DIANNE JACOB
Dianne Jacob, San Diego County Supervisor

I am not sure if San Diego County Supervisor Jacob conveyed these words in an official capacity or as a local citizen, yet they bear discussion from an historical perspective.

First, I will say to Ms. Jacob and her neighbors — yes, that's called "progress" and American Indians certainly know a thing or two about "progress." ... READ EDITORIAL.

REMEMBERING WOUNDED KNEE 123 Years later...

WOUNDED KNEE MASSACRE
December 29, 1890

ERNIE
by Ernie C. Salgado, Jr., Soboba Tribal Member

December 29, 2013 marks the 123rd anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre and time should not diminish its memory as it was only one of numerous acts of genocide committed against our people. As we prepare to celebrate Christmas and the New Year let us take a moment to remember the Wounded Knee Massacre that occurred on December 29, 1890.

On that horrible day it is estimated that 275 Lakota Sioux men, women and children as well as 25 U.S. soldiers died.

MASSING OF THE COLORS, BALBOA PARK, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

The mass grave site at the Wounded Knee Massacre site today (above) and in 1890 (below), Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota.

Why? Fear! Fear of the "Ghost Dance" was the excuse as if one was needed: Because the powers that be at that period in time feared the "Ghost Dance" that was practiced by the Indian people. After all what more could the "Indians" want?

ABOVE VIDEO: The Tragedy of Wounded Knee (The Ghost Dance).

READ MORE...

INDIAN LANDS FOR SALE

BUY INDIAN LAND
for sale Department of the Interior and sold under sealed bids allotted Indian land

AMERICAN INDIAN REAL ESTATE MSLDEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, official advertisement, 1911.

Get a home of your own — easy payments.
Perfect title — possession within thirty days.

Fine lands in the West, irrigated, irrigable, grazing, agricultural dry farming.

Walter L. Fisher, Secretary of the Interior
Robert G. Valentine, Commissioner of Indian Affairs

CLICK FOR MORE INFO AND HIGH-RESOLUTION HISTORICAL AMERICAN INDIAN POSTER.

AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL COLORS
TRADITIONAL Native American Indian & World Quotations

AMERICAN INDIANI am an Indian, American Indian. I prefer 'American Indian' (because) anyone born in the western hemisphere is a native American.

- Russell Means, Republic of Lakotah
(Activist, actor 1939-2012)

READ MORE Earth writings...
WORLD PERSPECTIVE

INDIGENOUS AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES CALIFORNIA

CALIE is committed to serving the educational needs of the Indigenous peoples of California and building a better future for all Americans across the United States of America.

There are some 565 federally-recognized Indian tribes in the United States (approximately 109 of them are located in California, with some 18 of those in the County of San Diego), plus millions of Native American urban Indians who may depend on and benefit from tribal educational programs... please take a moment to send us your FEEDBACK & SUGGESTIONS for improving this tribal educational resource.

BREAKING NEWS IN INDIAN COUNTRYContact CALIE ASSIGNMENTS EDITOR to request a news reporter to cover your tribal events.

PEON & BIRD SINGERS EVENT

ROY
by Roy Cook, Opata-Oodham, Mazopiye Wishasha.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIRDS

The San Pasqual Ipai at the base of Palomar Mountain hosted their annual Bird song and Peon contest on June 21, 2014. The event is open to the public.

For Ipai and Kumeyaay Indians, who live in San Diego County and in Baja California, the perpetuation of traditional songs is extremely important to the maintenance of cultural identity.

Traditionally, there was the oral tradition language and songs conveyed the telling of journeys, historical events, the creation, and valor were an integral part of traditional Kumeyaay life, conveying traditional knowledge, history and social values.

Today, the most commonly known song cycle is that of Tukuk Bird Songs, which are used for ceremonial and entertainment. These songs have allowed the Kumeyaay to maintain a connection with their cultural past... READ ARTICLE.

Santa Ysabel Casino goes out of business

By J. Harry Jones (U-T San Diego) Feb. 3, 2014

SANTA YSABEL — The Santa Ysabel Casino, which has been struggling financially for years and has debts of more than $50 million, has shut its doors.

Santa Ysabel Tribal Chairman Virgil Perez confirmed the closure early Monday morning but declined to answer further questions. He issued a news release in which he said all 115 casino employees had just been informed of the shutdown... READ THE BREAKING NEWS STORY.

RUSSELL MEANS AMERICAN INDIAN STUDY GUIDE FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN

Russell Means added to: CALIE FAMOUS INDIANS...

Local San Diego intertribal community war veteran survivors pose for photographs, Nov. 13, 2013 | DOWNLOAD PDF

APUS Overhauls Process for Recognizing Indian Tribes (AP) google.com | DOWNLOAD PDF

PALA MILITARY WAR VETERANS STORY & PHOTOS. CALIE founder Ernie Salgado (Soboba tribe) is collaborating with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund VVMF, and American Indian tribes to identify all the American Indian and Alaska Natives on The Wall project...

LETTERS TO THE INDIAN COMMUNITY

Jill Sherman-Warne in recovery:

DRUNK DRIVER IN RECOVERY

Dear Community,

My family and I give our sincere thanks to the many friends and colleagues that have sent cards, flowers and most important, the prayers and encouragement for my recovery. Following a Native American Environmental Protection Coalition (NAEPC) meeting, I was hit by a drunk driver (twice the legal limit) in a head on collision at 65 mph. This was a life changing event, but we look at the positive, I am alive. After 4 months of rehab and surgeries, I am not home yet but I hope to be home soon. I will have some permeant disability, but I will be back to work for Indian country soon. This terrible accident reminds me there is much more work to do for our Tribal members and I want to be a part of it DOWNLOAD PDF.

Jill Sherman-Warne

Dear Tribal Community,

A few years past the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall was created to honor the 58,282 brave American warriors that were killed in action or missing during the Vietnam War.

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is currently expanding the honoring of these heroes by building The Education Center next to “The Wall."

THE WALL PROJECT

Two local American Indian boys — Joe Pink (Pala), and Willie Lyons (Morongo) — are already included in this memorial.

VVMF

BARONA INDIAN RESERVATION, JANUARY 23, 2013 — Janna Hoehn (Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund VVMF), representing Jan Scruggs, presented the "Faces Never Forgotten" project to American Indian veterans to develop Tribal involvement in the national project... READ MORE.

YOUR PERSONAL INVITATION

I would like to extend an invitation for you to join us at Ahmium in identifying any other of our brothers or sisters that were killed or missing in Vietnam or any of our Wars or “Conflicts”.

Please read my COMPLETE LETTER for more information, including special contact information....

Ernie C. Salgado Jr.
Executive Director, Ahmium Education, Inc.
Soboba Tribal Member

To submit your letter for posting, please CONTACT THE EDITOR.

NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN JOB BANK

Serving the Southern California Inter-Tribal Community with employment information, job fairs, job listings, vocational training, education, courses and leads to full and part time jobs in Southern California. Help understanding employment laws and regulations, and where to get legal help within the Tribal Judicial System.

To post your job notices here, please CONTACT WEBMASTER...

FEATURED SOCAL AMERICAN INDIAN EVENTS
Contact CALIE ASSIGNMENTS EDITOR to request a news reporter to cover & blog your tribal events.

The fun places where to find active fun things to do in Southern California, educational, family values, sports, cultural, and entertainment in San Diego area.

2014:

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2014 National Tribal TANF Institute
UC Davis Extension, Center for Human Services
July 21-24, 2014
Hilton Sacramento, CA
WEBSITE

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Third Annual South Bayfront Powwow
August 2-3, 2014
Marina View park
West on J Street (Interstate 5)
DOWNLOAD Pow-wow Poster JPG

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Natives In Recovery 2014 Camp Out
July 25-27, 2014
On the land of the Belardes Family
16760 Paradise Mountain Road
Valley Center, CA 92082
DOWNLOAD Flyer/Registration PDF

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Santa Ysabel 16th Annual Traditional Gathering
Valley Center, CA
August 2, 2014
TIME: Noon
DOWNLOAD POSTER PDF

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San Pasqual Peon & Bird Singers
Valley Center, CA
June 21, 2014
TIME: Games start at dusk
DOWNLOAD POSTER JPG

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INDIAN HEALTH CLINIC

SOUTHERN INDIAN HEALTH COUNCIL SIHC

Kiyipna Newsletter PDF

EVENTS & NOTICES:
Posted by Brandie Taylor

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Parenting Classes
(10-week course)
DOWNLOAD PDF

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Educational Groups
Alcohol & Drug Dependency, Suicide Prevention, Domestic Violence, Anger, HIV/AIDS/STDs, Loss & Grief, Historical Trauma, and more...
Open to all ages 15 years and up.
WHEN: Thursdays, 5:30-7pm
WHERE: La Posta Substance Abuse Center
DOWNLOAD PDF

INDIAN HEALTH CLINIC

ONGOING SCHEDULED EVENTS:

CICSC

4TH SUNDAYS
MUSIC | CONCERTS | ART | CULTURE
Dorothy Ramon Learning Center, Inc.
SCHEDULE

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CICSCSOARING EAGLES COMMUNITY NIGHTS
See flyers for more info
SOARING EAGLES WEBSITE

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TRIBAL FOOD BANK & CLOTHES DRIVE
Tribes 4 Christ

WHEN: Fourth Monday of every month
TIME: 3-4:30pm
WHERE: La Jolla Tribal Hall Gym
22000 Highway 78, Pauma Valley, CA
PHONE: 760-742-1481
DOWNLOAD POSTER (PDF)
We operate on a first come, first serve basis and we are open to all people groups. Everyone is welcomed to browse but actual shopping doesn't start until 3:00pm every 4th Monday of each month. We partner with the North County Food Bank of San Marcos and they bring us fresh fruit and veggies and different kinds of breads, pastries and some times milk and eggs. Please help us get the word out.

To post your event, please CONTACT WEBMASTER...

EVENT ARCHIVE

TRIBAL FAQ

TOP 50 Frequently Asked Questions about American Indian tribes — "American Indian or Native American?" | "Tribe or Band?" | "Who is an American Indian?" | "What is Indian Country?" | "Tribal Sovereignty" | "Indian Preference Jobs"...

NEW: AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN IN HISTORY

Sacajawea
Sacagawea, Shoshone, c. 1788-1812, Guide

Tallchief
Maria Tallchief
, Osage, "America's First Prima Ballerina"

CHIEF
JIM THORPE (Sac & Fox Tribe)
1987-1953,
"Athlete of the Century" | "Greatest Athlete in the World"....

SOVEREIGNTY
AMERICAN TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY
— American tribes practiced their own forms of government for thousands of years before European intrusion and the formation of the United States government. The Constitution of the United States, U.S. Supreme Court, federal and state laws, as well as historical treaties all support the tribes' present-day legal rights to self-government and certain forms of tribal sovereignty....

CHIEF
JOHN CHIEF MEYERS (Cahuilla, Riverside
, CA), 1880-1971, MLB teams the "Ironman" played for: New York Giants, Boston Braves, Brooklyn Robins. Career batting average .291, played in four World Series (1911, 1912, 1913, 1916)....

RESEARCH HISTORICAL INDIAN SCHOOLS
American Indian Boarding School Experience

CALIE is compiling a historical Web portal for research into what happened circa 1850-1930...

VIEJAS EDUCATION
VIEJAS "V-STARS"
hold successful Public Safety & Native Wellness Conference for Native American Indian youth and families...professional photo blog.

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