Ready to learn about land from the people whose land you are on?
We are inviting creative and innovative Black, Indigenous and youth of color who want to learn more about the land they are on for our very first Indigenous-led youth program!
Activities include field trips, visits to rematriated sites, ecological knowledge sharing, cultural activities, arts, gardening, political education and much more! Plus, youth receive an educational gift for participating.
Mitiini Numma means “To Grow The Truth” in Chochenyo. We hope that youth who participate in our program learn about the true history of the place they reside, the people who have stewarded it, and the plants and animals they share it with.
Join Mitiini Numma this Fall 2023!
Fall Program dates: October 11 – December 9, 2023
Monday & Wednesday, 4:00-6:00
Saturdays, 12 – 4 pm
1) Youth ages 13 – 18
2) Live or study in Huchiun (unceded Lisjan territory, what is now known as Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda, Piedmont, Emeryville and Albany)
3) Available to attend all sessions in-person following program COVID-19 safety protocols
If you would like to join please fill out our interest form by September 21, 2023!
We will host virtual info sessions for interested participants on September 25 & 27, 4 – 5 pm.
After filling out interest form, we’ll send over the link to join the info session.
Led by Sogorea Te’ Land Trust in collaboration with the Confederated Villages of Lisjan, and The Toronto University CIRCLE Lab.
For any questions, contact us at YouthProgram@rematriatetheland.org