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Indigenous Peoples Day Brings Art, Music to San Francisco’s Yerba Buena

Written by Jonah Owen LambPublished Oct. 10, 2022 • 7:05pm
Daniel Scholfield of Redding, Calif., dances a traditional Men’s Fancy Dance with his group, All Nation Singers. | Justin Katigbak for The Standard
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Indigenous Peoples Day at Yerba Buena Gardens in Downtown San Francisco kicked off Monday afternoon with music, dance and vendors.

The event was a partnership between the International Indian Treaty Council and the San Francisco Arts Commission and followed the annual Indigenous Peoples Day sunrise gathering on Alcatraz Island.

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Jonah Owen Lamb can be reached at [email protected]


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