Created by Librarian Lalitha Nataraj
The MiraCosta College Library has created captivating Online Displays featuring items from their collections of each of the History and Heritage Months. Make sure to check out the following online displays for books and ebooks, biographies of famous people, and online films and documentaries.
Realities of the Reservation
Yolanda Mariano shares her experiences and perspective as a Navajo woman at the crossroads of trauma and resilience, exclusion and community.
California Indians: The Spanish and Mexican Province of Alta California
We will discuss Benjamin Madley's thesis about the genocide of California Indians during the nineteenth century. We will also talk about basic facts of the Spanish and Mexican eras of California.
Working in Indian Country: Lessons from A Strong Hearted Native Woman
Join Keely Linton, Executive Director of Strong Hearted Native Women's Coalition in Valley Center, to learn about the past and present of Native Americans, and about the work of her organization in addressing domestic violence in native communities and supporting survivors.
Native Americans 101: Impact on California
Join us for a series of presentations on music, art, economy, politics, and more with panelists including the Executive Director, Board President, and Program Manager of the Southern California Indian Center, as well as Art and History faculty from southern California community colleges.
For more information on these services and programs contact:
Student Services Coordinator
History and Heritage Months are a service of the Department of Student Equity. For general inquiries about all Student Equity programs and services, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our main office at 760.757.2121 x6900.