AILOTT prepares youth for the future

Photo courtesy of Soboba Band of Luiseño IndiansTanya Rivera practices throwing the hoop for the hoop and stick game at the recent AILOTT conference and cultural awareness day in Long Beach. ■ By Mike Hiles / Contributed For nearly 40 years, California State University, Long Beach has held its American Indian Leaders of Today and Tomorrow (AILOTT) conference. This year the inaugural California Indian Cultural Awareness Day component was added. “This was a way to highlight and educate folks on our California Native populations as they sometimes tend to be invisible in the larger Native context, “said Anna Nazarian-Peters, associate director of Student Life and Development and coordinator of American Indian

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