Thank you to IDA alum and artist Adorie Howard for sharing your knowledge on how to create and share energy with a room through DJing. We learned so much from you. @adorieanikahoward
Sending big love to our friends @jeromeureyes and @joseiswriting. We were able to host students for a week 9 field trip to YBCA to see these two superstars in conversation. #dearamerica
Thank you to everyone who came out with us to share joy and community with @rudykalma ! ✨✨✨
Yvette DeChavez is a Latinx writer, artist, and scholar from San Antonio, Texas. A first-generation college graduate, she earned a PhD in Literature from the University of Texas at Austin. Her research and activism focuses on centering the voices, narratives, and performances of Indigenous Americans and People of Color in academia and the media. Join the IDA Artist Collective on Friday 11/30 at 7:30pm at the Harmony House for DeChavez's Decolonize Your Syllabus workshop!
We are a collective youth striving to create a vision and voice for 7th generation Native America by reclaiming our traditional knowledge and identity in a rapidly changing world; simultaneously redefining what it means to be indigenous and free. Join us TONIGHT 8pm at Muwekma to learn more about Joey Montoya's company, Urban Native Era. @joeyymontoya
Rudy Kalma pens introspective lines which are reinforced with impactful cadences. Born in the Philippines and primarily raised in Daly City, California, Rudy Kalma joins IDA at EBF for a night of music and dancing for the second to last happy hour of the quarter. In collaboration with the Stanford American Indian Organization, EBF, and the Stanford Concert Network, join us tomorrow night for Kalma's performance! 9pm Enchanted Broccoli Forest
A special thank you to all who came to jam with us during Malia’s performance at 576 Alvarado Row. The open and closing mics were incredible!
We’re still vibing to Malia! Check out her new EP Late Bloomer and the beautiful new music video for ”Sweetwater”. Thank you for joining us. (📷: Michael Anthony Spencer)