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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Indigenous Peoples Day 2017

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UC Berkeley rests on Ohlone land and the remains of more than 10,000 Native Americans forcibly exhumed in the name of science.
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UC Berkeley rests on Ohlone land and the remains of more than 10,000 Native Americans forcibly exhumed in the name of science.
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Established 25 years ago, Berkeley’s Indigenous Peoples’ Day Pow Wow annually speaks to the resounding endurance of Bay Area Native Americans in the wake of colonization.
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Established 25 years ago, Berkeley’s Indigenous Peoples’ Day Pow Wow annually speaks to the resounding endurance of Bay Area Native Americans in the wake of colonization.
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But, for all our effort, these voices have refused to be silenced. They have always been creating, demanding that we pay them the attention they are owed.
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But, for all our effort, these voices have refused to be silenced. They have always been creating, demanding that we pay them the attention they are owed.
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While there have been many influential artists across all mediums, Native Americans have impacted music more than most people realize.
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While there have been many influential artists across all mediums, Native Americans have impacted music more than most people realize.
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Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day by indulging in the educational materials we at the Clog have so generously provided you.
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Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day by indulging in the educational materials we at the Clog have so generously provided you.
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What better way to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day than in and around Berkeley itself? We at the Clog have got you covered.
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What better way to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day than in and around Berkeley itself? We at the Clog have got you covered.
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From Emeryville to Berkeley, the Ohlone tribe, one of the dominant Native American tribe in the Bay Area, has protested development on what they believe to be sacred land. But according to Phenocia Bauerle, director of the Native American Student Development, they have yet to be federally recognized.
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From Emeryville to Berkeley, the Ohlone tribe, one of the dominant Native American tribe in the Bay Area, has protested development on what they believe to be sacred land. But according to Phenocia Bauerle, director of the Native American Student Development, they have yet to be federally recognized.
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