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Indigenous People’s Day Celebration Spreads Awareness of Crisis in Native American Communities

FCC student Robert Davis of the Cherokee tribe shows his support with face paint at the Indigenous People's Day rally on Oct. 14, 2019 symbolizing the awareness of missing and murdered indigenous women.

Story By: Leilani Bustos, Reporter

October 23, 2019

Red handprints across mouths, drums in hand. People of all ages rallied for missing and murdered Native American women during the celebration of Indigenous People’s Day on Monday, Oct. 14, 2019, marching across the Fresno City College campus. Organizers of the event said they hope to spread awareness...

Indigenous People’s Day Alive at FCC

Students hold up signs and march to the fountain area to celebrate Indigenous people's Day on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018.

Story By: Paulina Rodriguez Ruiz, News Editor

October 11, 2018

The smell of sage wafted through the air amidst a crowd of 100 people gathered in front of the Student Activities Building to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day on Oct. 8. Participants began to gather around 11 a.m., then the procession began at 11:20 a.m. with a blessing ceremony by Delaine Bill,...

Discussion of Indigenous Women Takes Center Stage

Guest speaker Marisol Baca recites a poem for the missing indigenous women who are presumed to be dead during the

Story By: Melissa Moua, Reporter

November 20, 2017

It was standing room only in the Skylight room of the Old Administration during a panel discussion of  “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” on Nov. 16. The panel consisted of Regina E. Murillo, Tongya, Kumeyaay, Absentee Shawnee, Natalie Deanda and Siletz.  Marissa Diaz and instructors Ber...

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