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|Date||June 12th, 2017|
|NVTV – Randolph E. Pico (Payomkawichum Luiseño) YouTube Link|
|Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau interviews Randolph E. Pico (Payomkawichum Luiseño -‘People of the West’) on Native Voice TV.
Randolph’s interview is about the Tribes of Luiseño (7 Bands and 6 are federally recognized – Pauma, Soboba, LaJolla, Pala, Pechanga and Rincon Bands and One non-federally recognized, ‘San Luis Rey Band), the tribal name of Luiseño (Mission of San Luis Rey de Francia’s father ‘Fermin Francisco de Lasue’n) and tribal region (Southern Coastal from south Los Angeles to northern San Diego county), Pico’s family history and his autobiography.
Pico is a ‘Gourd Dancer, Singer, Drummer, ‘MC’ Arena Director and Indian ‘STEM’ director. He speaks about his career in science and where he worked in Lawrence Laboratory where in one square mile their is the highest concentration of Ph.D’s (3,000).
Pico mentions to the seven generations to be ‘Open Minded to new Concepts’, ‘Be Persistent’ and ‘Ask for help’.
Miranda was kind enough to offer generous answers about her extraordinary memoir Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir.
|Monday, June 12th @ – 5 pm
Monday, June 19th – TBA