A few writers to check out for #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth and #NationalAuthorsDay.
Literature & Medicine Offers Space to Thoughtfully Reflect While Improving the Quality of Health Care Provided to Patients
A highlight of the Literature and Medicine Program
Cultivating Cultural Understanding of Forests, Fire, & Relationships: An Interview with Michael & Heather Llewellyn
In response to California’s recent wildfire crisis, we approached project directors Michael & Heather Llewellyn
to inquire more about their project and its relation to the current events.
Mǝǝmento: Before and ‘Aksum Belle: Afterwards exemplifies a project that skillfully blended archival
research methods with contemporary and traditional Indigenous arts practices.
Quechan Youth Create AWAKEN: A Documentary Highlighting their Cultural Experiences on the Nation’s Fort Yuma Reservation
An Interview with the producer and co-directors of the Youth Documentary AWAKEN.
Bringing Indigenous Knowledge & Teachings as a Form of Self-care & Community Wellness: An Interview with Melissa Sanvicente
The Indigenous in Us: Embracing Ancestral Knowledge & Sharing the Beauty of Practice Interview
Camille Servan-Schreiber on the making of the short film
Interview with ASIAN AMERICANS producer
Together in an unprecedented moment in history
Get a recap of our participation in this night-long event at San Francisco Public Library.