Kumeyaay songs and stories, as told by Stan Rodriguez. This video is part of the Learning Landscapes curriculum produced by the Kumeyaay Diegueno Land Conservancy, with the contributions from: Laguna Resource Services, Inc.; Michael Connolly Miskwish, Stan Rodriguez, Martha Rodriguez Organizations included: Kumeyaay Diegueno Land Conservancy, Kumeyaay Community College, Sycuan Cultural Department See the curriculum at http://csus.edu/coe/cic
In this presentation Michael Connolly Miskwish provides us with an overview of the cosmology of the Kumeyaay. Kumeyaay cosmology was traditionally intertwined with ceremonies, harvest & hunts, burning schedules and the acquisition of spiritual power. Read more…
La Rumorosa Rock Art: A Survey of Kumeyaay and Related Artwork in Southern California, Colorado River Corridor, Western Arizona and Baja California. The Kumeyaay and their ancestors have lived on the Baja-California border at least 10,000 Read more…
San Diego County is home to Kumeyaay Community College, where indigenous and non-indigenous students can obtain an Associate in Arts in Kumeyaay Studies from an accredited college that teaches arts, science, language and botany based Read more…
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