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A STORY OF MUHU TASEN - NATIVE AMERICAN ACTIVISM AND CEREMONIES

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Bell Arts Factory

432 North Ventura Avenue

Ventura, CA 93001

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A panel discussion featuring:

  • ANA BECERRA
    CHARTER MEMBER OF RED WIND, WOUNDED KNEE VETERAN 1973 AND EDUCATOR

  • MOSES MORA
    SUNDANCER, CULTURAL ACTIVIST/ORGANIZER AND SWEAT LODGE LEADER HUMMINGBIRD CIRCLE

  • LOREN RODRIGUEZ
    CEREMONIAL LEADER MUHU TASEN PRESERVATION AND PRESIDENT OF MUHU TASEN, INC.

This is a rare and special retelling of the oral history of the past 50 years of Native American activism and ceremonies in Ventura County, at whose heart beats the story of Muhu Tasen. Our respected panelists will share first-hand accounts leading to the origins of Muhu Tasen, a sacred place where many have gathered through the decades. We will remember the influential people who lead its creation including the late Grandpa Semu Haute, and hear about experiences growing up at Muhu Tasen. We will share stories about the journey and evolution of Native Ceremonies in Ventura County as well as talk about community involvement and what it takes to preserve our sacred Native Ceremonies for generations to come.

This presentation is free and open to the public, however a ticket is needed for admittance. Seating capacity is limited.

For more information call (805) 509-7309.

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