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Social Media Takeover: Mōhala Youth Council

Mōhala Youth Council elevates the voices of ‘ōpio, together they are making change and using their voices to raise awareness about their advocacy efforts at Aloha High School. In their IG Takeover, they discuss cultural appropriation, using specific examples from the high school, such as the use of pineapples, fake leis, and the mascot suit. They share the history of the real Nā Koa Warriors and invite Pacific Islander students from Beaverton School District to express their feelings about how the school is using their culture.

This takeover occurred from May 13-18, 2024.
This takeover occurred from March 6-11, 2023.

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May 2024 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Meet Five Oaks’ New Visitor Services & Communications Coordinator, Learn Indian Lippan Art At Free Family Morning, Learn How We Work, Special Thanks to Our Everyone Who Supported This Year’s Showcase — and community events and updates.

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April 2024 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Upcoming Stories to be Featured at 4th Annual Museum Showcase Event, Honoring Arab American Heritage Month, Uplifting Mental Health in Nature, Celebrating Showcase Community Sponsors– and community events and updates.

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March 2024 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Beyond Land Acknowledgements and Towards Action with Steph Littlebird, 4th Annual Showcase Registration is Open, Free Family Mornings and Two New Programs for this Year, Showcase Community Sponsor Opportunities — and community events and updates.

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February 2024 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Free Family Mornings are back, Seeking a Visitors Services & Communications Coordinator, Plans for 2024, Thanks for our best year-end drive so far– and community events and updates.

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December 2023/January 2024 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Re-introducing Our New Codirector, Welcoming Lewyn Nelson Our New Cultural Resources Manager, Five Oaks Museum Showcase, Year-End Matching Fund Opportunity — and community events and updates.

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October/November 2023 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Replenish Artists Talk, This IS Kalapuyan Land Virtual Talk, Virtual Presentation Registration Now Open, Return of Free Family Mornings — and community events and updates.

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August 2023 Newsletter

Inside this issue: Well wishes to Mariah the Museum’s outgoing Director of Cultural Resources and Exhibitions, Curator’s Talk, Meet our Summer Intern Amelia, Thank you to our Sponsors — and community events and updates.

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