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Sacred Ground, Sacred Sites 

When: Sat., Oct. 27, 12-5 p.m. 2007
Price: free

As an Ohlone activist living in Oakland, Corrina Gould is outraged at the presence of Emeryville's Bay Street Mall, perched atop a vast shellmound containing thousands of tribal relics including human remains. She helped organize a Sacred Site/Shellmound Peace Walk two years ago, and she calls that holiday at the end of next month "Unthanksgiving." Gould is the keynote speaker at the Oakland Public Library's sixteenth annual Native American Culture Day. Four hours of films, music, food, and dancing will accompany her speech on "Sacred Ground, Sacred Sites" at the Cesar Chavez Branch Library (3301 East 12th St., suite 271, Oakland). Saturday, Oct. 27, 1 p.m.

— Anneli Rufus


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