November 1, 2020 | 3:00 - 3:30pm (PDT)

RNCI American Indian Heritage Month in the City of Los Angeles

 

A Message to VOTE2020 from Red Nation Celebration Institute Board of Directors.

Red Nation Celebration Institute created and founded the American Indian Heritage Month in the City/County of Los Angeles in 2005 and officially recognized in 2006 by the State of California and the City of Los Angeles including the State of New Mexico 2008.

RNCI Board of Directors https://rednationff.com/board-of-directors/

The American Indian Holocaust Memorial was established by RNCI in Los Angeles 2007. The ceremony was held at The Los Angeles State Park in association with the City of Los Angeles reopening of Park. In 2015 RNCI established The American Indian Holocaust Memorial in Washington D.C. in front of the White House with Native Community Leaders. RNCI in 2006 established The Scared Life of Water Ceremony along the Los Angeles River and at Playa del Rey Ballona Wetlands. RNCI and with the support City Council Member Bill Rosendahl is responsible for the returns of Tongva Ancestors to their right burial site.

Red Nation Celebration Institute the Authentic Voice of American Indian & Indigenous Nations, led by Native-women to increase visibility of independent filmmakers, media artists, contemporary and traditional performing arts of diverse artistic disciplines and content creators amplifying cinematic excellence in creating systemic change through the arts with an emphasis on initiatives for Native women, girls and youth in all media platforms and educational institutions, in conjunction with partners from around the world.


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