Co-Founder and Executive Director | American Indian Cultural District
Sharaya Souza (Taos Pueblo, Ute, Kiowa), co-founder and Executive Director of the American Indian Cultural District (dedicated to recognizing, honoring and celebrating American Indian legacy, culture and people), is an ambassador for promoting equitable resource distribution to American Indian communities, increasing Native visibility and political representation, and protecting and preserving tribal cultural resources in the San Francisco Bay Area. She serves on the Climate Council, SFAC Monuments and Memorials Advisory Committee, Aquatic Park and Pier Planning Committee, Housing Policy Committee, HRC Racial Equity in the Arts Working Group, PG&E Equity Advisory Group, Environmental Justice Working Group, and the Human Rights Commission Roundtable. (americanindianculturaldistrict.org)
May 13th | 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
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