Gregg Castro t'rowt'raahl Salinan/rumsien Ohlone

Participe à 3 sessions
Gregg Castro [t'rowt'raahl Salinan/rumsien Ohlone], has been involved in the preservation of his cultural heritage for over two decades. He represents his late Mother’s Ohlone family interests in protection of their heritage in their homeland, the rumsien Ohlone Monterey Bay area. On his Father’s side, he was a founding member of the contemporary Salinan Nation Tribal Council (serving as Tribal Chair for a number of years) and their non-profit organization, now known as Salinan T’rowt’raahl.

He is currently an advisor with the California Indian Storytelling Association (CISA). Gregg is a long time member of the Society for California Archaeology (SCA), a state organization of archaeologists, cultural resource professionals and others that work to preserve the history of California. He serves on SCA’s Native American Programs Committee (NAPC) as Co-Chair. Gregg was formerly a Central California native representative on the Archaeology Resources Committee (ARC) of the State Historical Resources Commission (SHRC). This committee is an advisory body to the SHRC, which works in conjunction with the State Office of Historic Preservation, on issues of cultural resources management. Gregg is a writer and activist within the California indigenous community, on issues regarding cultural preservation, protection, education and traditional practices.

Sessions auxquelles Gregg Castro t'rowt'raahl Salinan/rumsien Ohlone participe

samedi 1 octobre, 2016

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