Tamejavi Cultural and Organizing Fellowship Program fellow, See Xiong, has been busy distributing the first volume of stories for the zine ‘MAI.’ Mai or Maiv is a name commonly used among Southeast Asians. Since it’s launch in March, over 250 … Continue reading
The Tamejavi Fellows had their second three day residential gathering at Wonder Valley Ranch this past May. One of the areas of focus was popular education, community mapping, cultural assessment and inventory. The fellows also had the opportunity to invite one of their learning group members to be part of this gathering. They had the opportunity to get to know each other and the communities that each of them come from. Continue reading
It is nice to be a part of Tamejavi as a fellow. Good to have Tudor Stanley for teaching us how to write on Tamejavi Blog, again learning about how to write and post pictures on Tamejavi Blog.
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After seven months in the program, the Tamejavi fellows spent May 25 through 27 at a retreat in Wonder Valley for the second of three residential gatherings they will participate during the two-year program. At the gathering, the fellows engaged in … Continue reading
There is very rich information to learn from the Tamejavi Heritage Gallery-Estela Galvan Continue reading
Myrna Martinez Nateras The kitchen has traditionally been a space where people gather, not only to enjoy and share their culinary arts, but more importantly a place where family, friends and neighbors share their stories of joy and pain. The … Continue reading
In November 2011, the Tamejavi Fellows gathered at Wonder Valley Ranch for their first weekend training. Continue reading