Academia Semillas Del Pueblo-2

Academia Semillas Del Pueblo-2
Academia Semillas Del Pueblo-2 is listed in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category in Los Angeles, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Academia Semillas Del Pueblo-2 which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Academia Semillas Del Pueblo-2 on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Academia Semillas Del Pueblo-2 is:
4736 Huntington Dr S
Los Angeles, CA 90032
(323) 352-2070

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Academia Semillas Del Pueblo-2 has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Academia Semillas Del Pueblo-2 has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Los Angeles, California is 31 and in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category is 49. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Semillas Community Schools is attending Taco Loco Festival with Cheyenne L. E. Phoenix and 3 others at Mariachi Plaza.
Cholos try being a student at Anahuacalmecac World School #cholostry Mitu Network Marcos Aguilar

Tlanextilijkej tokniuan!! Anahuacalmecac is proud to share our latest online gear store. Personalize your item with your own name. Every purchase includes a 10% donation to the school for student services. Please share widely: Marcos Aguilar Irene Pena Kenya Michel Estefany Garcia Fabian Garcia Tia Peters Tupak Huehuecoyotl Roger Drew Tim Buendia Filiberto Gonzalez Chepe Emeequis Tino Torres Lydia Ponce Shannon Rivers Miahuatl Kuauhtzin Tekpatl Kuauhtzin El Sereno CommunityArts Angela Mooney D'Arcy Marc A. Chavez Quetzal Flores

Decolonization is about learning how to a People & a Person.

Semillas Community Schools shared Goalcast's video.
Decolonization is about learning how to a People & a Person.
This is what would make Neil deGrasse Tyson hire you

Join us today as we gather our youth to hear from them about their summer Indigenous-focused experiences across the continent. #IndigeNation: Semillas Across Anauak August 10, 2017 8:00am PST Online at A dialogue featuring the students of Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory of North America discussing indigeneity, water and roots from across the continent. Student speakers featured will be joining us from Kuna lands in Panama, Sinaloa, Mexico, Lummi Nation in the state of Washington, and Victoria Island, Canada. Some of our partner programs include: Native Like Water: Panama Central America runs from August 3-9 2017, This is a no pressure, leisurely, Inter-generational learning and vacation experience. The goal of the program is to introduce ourselves to the concept of Indigenous Science, have fun and build unity, knowledge and recognition with other tribal nations. Interwoven fabric of FUN knowledge that includes: environmental sustainability, biological and earth sciences, oral history, health, botanical healing, lifestyle, global climate change, and the management of natural resources. Pitzer College Native Youth To College: Pitzer College and Western University of Health Sciences are proud to sponsor a program that supports Native American students’ transition from high school to college. Founded in 2009, the Native Youth to College Program is a college preparatory experience for Native American high school students in 9th-12th grades, designed to motivate them to complete high school, strengthen their self-esteem, their academic preparation for college, and their connection to traditional knowledge and culture. This program focuses on the Humanities, STEM and Health Sciences while building necessary skills for college entrance. Native American Scholars and Elders contribute cultural knowledge and traditional ways of learning within the academic environment. Victoria Island Tribal Journeys: VIU and Pitzer College Canoe Family are paddling from Duncan to Campbell River in Snuyeymuxw territory in Brittish Columbia, Canada to participate in Tribal Journeys 2017. An Anahuacalmecac alum joined their journey. UCR Gathering of the Tribes Summer Program: This exciting 8 day program is designed to give American Indian high school students an opportunity to gain academic experience in a university setting at the University of California, Riverside. During the day, students will participate in various college courses, and personal development workshops. In the afternoons, they will engage in cultural and team building workshops, as well as fitness activities and a beach field trip. In addition, students will work with professors, college students, and invited American Indian community members as they discover and develop their career/lifetime goals. California Association of Youth Courts 2017 Youth Summit: Anahuacalmecac hosts a Teen Court presided by Hon. Deborah Sanchez (Chumash) and Hon. Gilbert Lopez (San Felipe Pueblo). The California Association of Youth Courts was created solely for the purpose of facilitating the exchange of information between emerging and existing California Youth Courts. Youth Courts currently exist in about half of the counties in California. They serve as an alternative to the traditional juvenile justice system. In most cases a juvenile offender admits to a low-level criminal offense, but the Youth Court jury determines the applicable punishment. Youth Courts have different styles of operation depending on the legal culture of a particular county. The primary activities of the Association are to help in the formation of new youth courts and help existing courts do their work more effectively. Marcos Aguilar March And Rally Los Angeles Native Voice Network PBS SoCal UCLA Cesar E. Chavez Department of Chicana/o Studies Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples Anahuacalmecac World School California For Progress CCSA CCSA Families SACNAS Advancing Hispanics/Chicanos & Native Americans in Science Pitzer College Pomona College Indigenous Rising Media Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples Wishtoyo Chumash Village Wishtoyo's Water Initiative Audubon Center at Debs Park City of Los Angeles Herb J Wesson Jr Councilmember Jose Huizar Ollin Law Tom Torlakson

¿cómo preparáramos a nuestros hijos para dormir cada noche? ¿que rituales siguen para descolonizar sus sueños

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Decolonizing learning since 2002. Anahuacalmecac World School

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