Michael Heralda: Passing on a Native Philosphy Through Stories

The story of Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery is also a story of heritage and ethnic roots. On this Saturday at 4:30pm at the Autry National Museum (Griffith Park, LA) do not miss an opportunity to learn how to access your own “indigenous” . . . → Read More: Michael Heralda: Passing on a Native Philosphy Through Stories

The Power of the Word

Gizeh Pyramids, Egypt

“The pen is mightier than the sword” is an old saying that rings truer than ever as we witness the people of Egypt rise up, facing tanks, bullets and armed thugs, to bring an end to the decades-long tyranny of . . . → Read More: The Power of the Word

The Treaty That Changed California

Site of Treaty

Albert Camarillo, PhD, Historical Consultant for Whitewashed Adobe: The Rise of Los Angeles has written in his groundbreaking history book, Chicanos in a Changing Society: “The search by Americans for their ethnic, cultural, and family roots has become especially prevalent . . . → Read More: The Treaty That Changed California