Attendees will learn about Native American music, art and food of the Native peoples in this region at the free event on Friday, Sept. 23, starting at 6 p.m.
Santos Manuel is revered by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians as a visionary man who arose in their darkest hour through extraordinary leadership, ensuring the survival of their ancestors and tribe.
Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the identity of the Capitol Riot bomb suspect and challenges in the ‘Unite the Right’ jury selection; Sally McGill (geology) talked about the Banning fault strand; and Kimberly Collins (William and Barbara Leonard Transportation Center) was quoted about the $25,000 grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians for the Pathway to Logistics program.
Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the latest FBI hate crime report and Kimberly Collins (public administration) was quoted in an article about the Leonard Transportation Center receiving a grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians to support the Pathways to Logistics program.
Kimberly Collins (public administration) was quoted in an article about the Leonard Transportation Center receiving a grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians to support the Pathways to Logistics program, Congressional testimony by Brian Levin (criminal justice) was cited in an article about anti-Asian hate crimes, and Anthony Silard (public administration) wrote on “How to Reduce Time Online and Develop Strong Relationships.”
The grant will be used for CSUSB’s Pathways to Logistics program, which prepares high school students in San Bernardino and Riverside counties for careers in managerial and professional positions in the logistics industry.
The Murillo Family Observatory, named for philanthropists George and Pauline Murillo, is the only research observatory in the Inland Empire. Pauline Murillo was an elder with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
CSUSB and its Palm Desert Campus will hold a number of events in November to honor and celebrate Native American culture and its traditions.
More than 1,500 elementary school children and their teachers will learn about California’s Native American culture, history and customs as part of the weeklong California Indian Cultural Awareness Conference to be held at CSUSB Sept. 23-27.