"a Cahuilla man”: Conversation about Rupert Costo and the Society

Dr. Rose Soza War Soldier (Mountain Maidu/Cahuilla/Luiseño) is an enrolled member of Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians. She completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in History with a double minor in Political Science and Social/Ethnic Relations at University of California, Davis and earned a Doctoral degree in History with an emphasis in American Indian History from Arizona State University. She is a Native American Studies assistant professor in Ethnic Studies department at Sacramento State University. She has published in “News From Native California” and has a chapter entitled, “tilted history is too often taught”: Activism, Advocacy, and Restoring Humanity in Ka’m-t’em: A Journey Toward Healing published by Pechanga’s Great Oak Press and more information may be found at kamtem-indigenousknowledge.com. Her research and teaching focus on twentieth century American Indian activism, social and cultural history, politics, education, and social justice.



11:30 – 12:30: Dr. Rose Soza War Soldier, Talk and Q & A
12:30 – 1:00: Extended discussion session
Talk and discussion will be recorded and shared for asynchronous viewing.

Sponsored by the Rupert Costo Endowment and the Reclamation and Native American Communities, Faculty Commons Working Group.

Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 11:30am to 1:00pm

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