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Ebooks Urban Voices : The Bay Area American Indian Community PDF by Susan Lobo for free Category: Anthologies (non-poetry)
The author of the book: Susan Lobo
Edition: University of Arizona Press
Date of issue: 15 Dec 2002
EAN: 0816513163
ISBN: 9780816513161
Language: English
Format files: Epub, PDF
The size of the: 15.73 MB
City - Country: Tucson, United States

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California has always been America's promised land for American Indians as much as anyone. In the 1950s, Native people from all over the United States moved to the San Francisco Bay Area as part of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Relocation Program. Oakland was a major destination of this program, and once there, Indian people arriving from rural and reservation areas had to adjust to urban living. They did it by creating a cooperative, multi-tribal community not a geographic community, but rather a network of people linked by shared experiences and understandings. The Intertribal Friendship House in Oakland PDF became a sanctuary during times of upheaval in people's lives and the heart of a vibrant American Indian community. As one long-time resident observes, "The Wednesday Night Dinner at the Friendship House was a must if you wanted to know what was happening among Native people." One of the oldest urban Indian organizations in the country, it continues to serve as a gathering place for newcomers as well as for the descendants of families who arrived half a century ago. This album of essays, photographs, stories, and art chronicles some of the people and events that have ePub played and continue to play a role in the lives of Native families in the Bay Area Indian community over the past seventy years. Based on years of work by more than ninety individuals who have participated in the Bay Area Indian community and assembled by the Community History Project at the Intertribal Friendship House, it traces the community's changes from before and during the relocation period through the building of community institutions. It then offers insight into American Indian activism of the 1960s and '70s including the occupation of Alcatraz and shows how the Indian community continues PDF to be created and re-created for future generations. Together, these perspectives weave a richly textured portrait that offers an extraordinary inside view of American Indian urban life. Through oral histories, written pieces prepared especially for this book, graphic images, and even news clippings, Urban Voices collects a bundle of memories that hold deep and rich meaning for those who are a part of the Bay Area Indian community accounts that will be familiar to Indian people living in cities throughout the United States. And through this collection, non-Indians can gain a better understanding of Indian people in ePub America today. "If anything this book is expressive of, it is the insistence that Native people will be who they are as Indians living in urban communities, Natives thriving as cultural people strong in Indian ethnicity, and Natives helping each other socially, spiritually, economically, and politically no matter what. I lived in the Bay Area in 1975-79 and 1986-87, and I was always struck by the Native (many people do say 'American Indian' emphatically!) community and its cultural identity that has always insisted on being second to none. Yes, indeed this book is a dynamic, living document and tribute to the PDF Oakland Indian community as well as to the Bay Area Indian community as a whole." Simon J. Ortiz "When my family arrived in San Francisco in 1957, the people at the original San Francisco Indian Center helped us adjust to urban living. Many years later, I moved to Oakland and the Intertribal Friendship House became my sanctuary during a tumultuous time in my life. The Intertribal Friendship House was more than an organization. It was the heart of a vibrant tribal community. When we returned to our Oklahoma homelands twenty years later, we took incredible memories of the many ePub people in the Bay Area who helped shape our values and beliefs, some of whom are included in this book." Wilma Mankiller, former Principal Chief, Cherokee Nation

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About the author Susan Lobo

Susan Lobo is a cultural anthropologist who has worked as a consultant for American Indian tribes and community organizations throughout the Americas.

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