CLIC Capital Region: Centering California Indian Cultures, Histories, and Voices


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2020-2021 Capital Region CLIC Virtual Series

We are partnering with the Sacramento and Placer County Offices of Education to take our CLIC Capital Region Community of Practice virtual for the 2020-2021 school year. We are excited to offer a series of sessions that aim to:

  • Improve teacher capacity to implement California's History-Social Science Framework
  • Explore disciplinary best practices in distance and hybrid learning
  • Continue to develop our regional professional network

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Next Session: November 18, 3:30-5:00 pm on Zoom

Dr. Rose Soza War Solider: "The child should be encouraged to STRETCH" Centering California Indian Cultures, Histories, and Voices. 

The CLIC Project Capital Region is excited to bring Dr. Rose Soza War Soldier to our Community of Practice in honor of Native American Heritage Month.

Join us as she provides insight into ways to bring California Indian cultures, histories, and voices into the K-12 history-social science classroom.

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Dr. Rose Soza War Soldier, Mountain Maidu/Cahuilla/Luiseño, is an enrolled member of Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians located in southern California. Currently, she teaches at Northern Arizona University and spring 2021 will begin as an assistant professor in Ethnic Studies at Sacramento State. Her research and teaching focuses on twentieth century American Indian activism, social and cultural history, politics, education, and justice-centered movements. For more information see:


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