Diegueno

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Noun1.Diegueno - a member of a North American Indian people of southern California
Hoka, Hokan - a member of a North American Indian people speaking one of the Hokan languages
2.Diegueno - the Yuman language spoken by the Diegueno
Yuman - a group of language of the Hokan family in Arizona and California and Mexico
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In practice, la frontera is not so easily transited -- not by a Chicana like Gloria Anzaldua, and certainly not by a Kumeyaay woman whose very historicity was challenged from several different directions by the U.S.
It may have the shape of a creation being who is lying down, like Kuuchamaa, the Kumeyaay sacred mountain (Shipek 1985).
Some, like Florence Shipek's paper on Kumeyaay plant husbandry, present evidence to refute the misconception that early Europeans brought with them to California a view of the region as a "natural wilderness," where Indian inhabitants merely gathered what nature produced.
It was named for Walsh, who collected and prepared many of the specimens, and also derives from the Native American Kumeyaay tribe's place name, Ekwiiyemak -- meaning "behind the clouds" -- for the location of the headwaters of the San Diego and Sweetwater Rivers.
For two hundred years the native people of California have borne the stigma of "Mission Indians." The names of their nations and tribes are Hupa, Kumeyaay, Cahuilla, Pauma, Malki, Cupa, or Pamo, to name a few.
For instance, in 2016 when we began, we worked with scholars from the Kumeyaay Native American community of southern California, on the Wikipedia article about the California gold rush, to reflect its deeply negative impact on Native American communities.
One, in San Diego, is called "Multilingual San Diego: Portraits of Language Loss and Revitalization," and it includes a Mexican American community ethnography, a look at what the Kumeyaay are doing to help their language survive, the teaching of Hebrew at two synagogues, the use of Japanese at a Buddhist temple and a large store, and Filipino classes in high schools, and other studies.
While the Dalai Lama's 2012 visit to the Kumeyaay Nation of San Diego County demonstrates that Tibetan Buddhist and Indigenous Nations can politically and spiritually support each other, (12) Cloud Atlas' 2012 postmodern borrowings from Buddhism do not include Buddhist teachings of compassion and karma that support Indigenous sovereignty.
Sponsors of the 37th Haute with Heart Fashion Show include: Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians as the Presenting Sponsor; Barona Resort and Casino and St.
Wealth & Poverty Median income at selected American Indian reservations RESERVATION STATE MEDIAN INCOME Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Minnesota $1 million Barona (Kumeyaay) California $163,750 Eastern Shawnee Oklahoma $67,750 Echota Cherokee Alabama $55,242 U.S.