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Episode 7 – The History of the First-Native American Resilience

First Generation - One of Many 12/07/2020 296 1


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    Episode 7 – The History of the First-Native American Resilience
    First Generation - One of Many

Welcome to Episode 7!  

On this episode we are joined by three guests from Chico State – Amber Noel-Camacho the Tribal Relations Specialist from the Tribal Relations Office, Vanessa Esquivido a faculty member from Multicultural Gender Studies who is an enrolled member of the Nor Rel Muk Wintu Nation and is also Hupa, and our third guest He-Lo Ramirez a Chico State student who is Machoopda Maidu and is active on campus and in the Chico community. With the help of our guests, we break through the generalizations of Native American History and through the years of resilience. We learn more about our Mechoopda tribe, and are enlightened to the issues of justice Native American communities are currently still fighting for. 

 

Our Guests

Amber Noel-Camacho

Amber works as the Tribal Relations Specialist at Chico State. She is originally from the area and grew up in a small town. She and her family are Maidu from the Oroville area. She is happily married to her husband and they have three energetic boys. In Amber’s free time she loves to create or make traditional necklaces and earrings. 

Venessa Esquivido

Vanessa is an enrolled member of the Nor Rel Muk Wintu Nation, and is also Hupa, and Xicana. Vanessa is a Ph.D. in Native American Studies from the University of California, Davis with a focus on non-federally recognized California Indian Tribes and their struggle to obtain Federal Recognition by the United States government. Vanessa also works closely with Native communities and conduct oral interviews to record Native experiences on a variety of topics. 

He-Lo Ramirez

He-Lo is a member of the Mechoopda Indian tribe from Chico, CA and a traditional cultural practitioner. He graduated Butte College in 2016 with three associate degrees; biology, sociology, and social & behavioral science. After that, he graduated Chico State in 2019 with a B.S. in Biological Sciences (option: Ecology, Evolution, & Organismal Biology), and then completed the teaching credential program for a California Teaching Credential in Biology. Currently, He-Lo is a Chico State masters student in the new M.S. for Wildland Management offered under interdisciplinary studies. 

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