California Native American Day Celebration

Respecting the health and safety of communities across the state, CTCA is turning the 53rd California Native American Day virtual. Focusing on 2020 as a year of battles to protect health, financial well-being, sovereignty of tribal nations, and culture, the all virtual event seeks to empower and uplift the voices of those who continue to fight each day for Native people, and promote understanding as to why Native communities fight not to defeat, but to include.

This year’s theme is Healing NationsProtecting Elders, Women, and Children which will carry through three days of virtual celebration in video snippets via the California Native American Day Facebook page.

Videos will include songs and dance, comedy performances, cooking demonstrations, and legislative updates from Northern, Central, and Southern California’s tribal nations all with the focused on the purpose behind the fight—to heal, to grow, and to preserve the future of California’s tribal cultures. Watch the Facebook LIVE event on the California Native American Day Facebook page.

  • September 23 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm
  • September 24 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm
  • September 25 from 10:00 am - 12:00 noon

“As sovereign nations, we are rising to the challenges that this year has presented. CTCA is an association dedicated to empowering and supporting tribes and is proud to host California Native American Day event. For the health and safety reasons, CTCA decided to host the three-day event virtually that will include Native celebrities, entertainers, and educational sessions,” CTCA Chairman Bo Mazzetti.

“2020 has proven difficult for us all but, as always, the Native American tribes of California have shown great resiliency. In this same spirit, we feel that this year, more than ever, it is important to continue forward with our Native American Day celebration and we hope you will join us,” said Erica M. Pinto, CTCA Secretary and California Native American Day Organizer.

“Protect our Elders and they will pass their knowledge and wisdom to our Children. Protect our Women and they will love, support and educate our Children. Protect our Children and they will continue to carry on Tribal traditions, customs, language, and help establish equality and justice for all Tribes,” said CTCA Board Member Chairman Russell “Buster” Atteberry. 

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