The Pueblo Revolt: Video Presentations

A Celebration of Po’Pay

Executive Chef Ray Naranjo (Santa Clara Pueblo, Odawa) and Chef de Partie Benjamin Shendo (Jemez and Cochiti Pueblos) present a rustic platter of Ripe Squash which is also in celebration of the Pueblo Revolt and the leader Po’Pay.

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First Encounters with Spanish Explorers: A Pueblo Experience

Dr. Christine Sims (Acoma) gives an informative multimedia presentation about Pueblo culture, and some of the conflicts between the Spanish and Pueblo peoples that ultimately led up to the Pueblo Revolt, including the brutal actions of Don Juan de Oñate. You can download the accompanying lesson plan PDF for this presentation here.


Dr. Christine Sims

Associate Professor, Department of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies

Director, American Indian Language Policy Research & Teacher Training Center

University of New Mexico, College of Education

Jon Ghahate’s Presentation

Cultural Educator Jon Ghahate (Laguna, Zuni) explores the history and lasting significance of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680.This is a free presentation but donations are requested.

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