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Matriarchs are honored and revered in Pueblo culture, and this Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 9, Indian Pueblo Kitchen (located inside the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center) will be presenting a “Mother’s Day Contemporary Indigenous Experience,” as a unique opportunity to celebrate mom. The one-of-a-kind event welcomes families to enjoy a meal from our new menu curated by the Kitchen’s renowned Executive Chef Ray Naranjo (Santa Clara, Odawa), with a special experience for mothers and families in mind.
Reports of children forcibly being removed from their homelands is news even today. However, this is nothing new as it relates to United States federal policy. Poems in this book are constructed as reports to the Department of the Interior and highlight the experiences of those in Indian boarding schools and the fight to maintain traditional ways of life.
Corn has a long legacy in this land as is a staple to the survival of Pueblo Communities. It is interwoven into all aspects of Pueblo life from birth to death, planting to harvesting. Learn the importance of corn in Pueblo culture as we till and plant corn in our resilience garden and are joined by guest speaker Porter Swentzell, Santa Clara.
The Counter Narrative is a safe space to unbox and discuss trending, difficult, misunderstood, and often divisive topics. Join the IPCC in a three-month long series on . In this series we will be unboxing Nuclear Science and History in New Mexico from the Pueblo Perspective. See what is in store for this session with special guest Special Guest De Haven Solimon Chaffins from Zuni Pueblo...