Seventh Native American Generation – SNAG Magazine

Seventh Native American Generation – SNAG Magazine
Seventh Native American Generation – SNAG Magazine
Seventh Native American Generation (SNAG) is an Indigenous-led, non-profit arts organization that has been presenting the arts for over 15 years in San Francisco, the North Bay and throughout California in rural reservation communities. Our annual publication, SNAG Magazine, has featured over 400 artists, photographers, musicians and writers. We have hosted more than 50 events with visual art presentations, traditional and contemporary dance and music, and have offered an outlet for Youth to showcase their stories.

Through our annual publication SNAG Magazine, we have published 9 full color magazines and 300 page anthology and curriculum to accompany our book. Our 9th edition, Connected Through The Water, includes a gallery of photos and articles about our delegation to Oahu. We have hosted over 50 events, presenting visual artists, hosting traditional and contemporary dance and music. We table at various gatherings, selling our magazines, CD’s, and Youth-made t-shirts.

With the overarching goal of healing, our Youth learn about the Native history, boarding schools and tribal relocation, and other issues their grandparents and parents faced, current land struggles, and how to peacefully take action against the continued racial injustice of Native people through public education, art, dance, video and writing.

10509 Woodside Dr, Forestville CA
95436
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