Celebrating Native American Day

Celebrating Native American Day

Sacramento – Since 1968 the fourth Friday of every September is recognized and celebrated as Native American Day. On Tuesday, August 20, 2019 with unanimous support of the legislature, Assemblyman James Ramos passed House Resolution 55 in honor of this year’s event. “We can never undo the wrongs inflicted on the people who have lived on this land that we now call California, but we can work together to build bridges, tell the truth about California’s past, and begin to heal deep wounds.” Native American Day coincides with the state’s Indian Cultural Awareness Conference. Cal State San Bernardino has hosted the conference for the past 25 years.

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