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Jeremy Dalmas

 

Would you choose to pay a tax that you didn’t legally owe? A group of indigenous women in the East Bay have gotten together to ask for just that. They’ve levied a tax on residents for the land they are living on.

Rick Flores / Amah Mutson Tribal Band

  

On the June 20th edition of Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about how the Bay Area Native American tribe Amah Mutsun is using its traditional knowledge to solve today’s environmental problems.

Daily news roundup for Monday, April 11, 2016

Apr 11, 2016
"Warriors Blimp 2" by Flickr user Ardail Smith. Used under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 / cropped and resized

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Warriors tie Bulls' mark with 72nd Win // East Bay Times

An Unsettling Sound Walk

Sep 2, 2015

 

The history of California's indigenous culture is all around us, but that history is often hidden beneath layers of modern development. Take Emeryville's Bay Street Mall, which is just off the 580 freeway. For centuries this land was an Ohlone burial ground, also known as a Shellmound.

Daily news roundup for Thursday, March 5th

Mar 5, 2015
Laura Wenus

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