Another Indian Removal Act 2018
- Create a place that represents and celebrates all California Indian Cultures, while remaining nameless, faceless and neutral.
- Honor and respect local tribal protocols and traditions for welcoming other tribes. (False)
- Build a Center on the premise of Healing the Land, demonstrating traditional values for land stewardship and environmental consciousness.
- Encourage understanding of Indian values through site design, reinforcing the message of
- Californian Indian Culture as a Living Culture. Inject California Indian values in all aspects of site development.
- Develop the site and facilities with a natural character, using natural materials and a light footprint on the land, and embrace the river and seasons.
- Provide integrated indoor and outdoor spaces to facilitate transfer of culture, education and preservation of traditions, and enable site flexibility, allowing different event formats
- Provide safe and comfortable spaces for all visitors, emphasizing easy pedestrian circulation.
- Create a Center that is a good neighbor through community engagement.
Warning Not Safe: Beware of colonizers aka (west sac police)
Which is not the case we went out to the on 11/16/2018 park and we was threaten several times by Allied Security and by the West Sacramento police by force to leave the park violently. The HOA and police together stole our Tipi(Teepee) by assault. Our school was on the northside in the flood prevention area. Its raining today for the record. The read arrow indicated where we was in the park setting up.