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Bending the Arc: Michelle Radcliff-Garcia & Language Revitalization

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In this episode, we speak with Michelle Radcliff-Garcia, an enrolled member of the Wintu Tribe of Northern California, about local language revitalization efforts and the connection between such efforts and equal justice. Michelle is from the Daupom and Winnemem bands of the Wintu Tribe. Michelle is actively involved in revitalizing the Wintu language, serving as a language activist within her community. She is a local Visual Artist with a passion for basket weaving and painting. She is married and lives in El Pom (Redding).

You can contact the Wintu Language Circle for more information or to support their efforts here:

Instagram:  @lelnamis.wintu.qol

Michelle also mentions an indigenous art show that will be at The Arts Council in June.  A flyer with artwork by Jesi Naomi will be attached soon.  Check back on the Arts Council website, https://www.shastaartscouncil.org/, for details.

You can learn more about the Shasta Equal Justice Coalition (SEJC) by:

  • Checking out our website: shastaequaljustice.org.
  • Connecting on Facebook: @ShastaEqualJusticeCoaltion.
  • Following us on Instagram: @shasta_equal_justice.
  • Emailing us and ask to receive our monthly newsletter: sharon@inqirythatmatters.com or steering@shastaequaljustice.org.
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