all – californian oratory resource network
Kanyon Sayers-Roods is a board member of ACORN.WIKI
Spring 2019 – Fundraising Event
All-Californian Oratory Resource Network, also known as acorn.wiki, is a multi-faceted resource for native Californian language revitalization, education, and community building.
To learn more, please read about us.
We are still in our seedling stage, meaning we are still undergoing primary development. At this point, it is critical that we have the funds to move forward. Donate today to help make a difference in the protection of Native Californian languages.
We are also looking for volunteers for different projects. Please take a look in our get involved section to learn more!
Emmy Akin is a linguist-ethnobotanist born and raised in the hills of Tuyštak (Chochenyo Ohlone)/ Oyyompille (Northern Sierra Miwok)/ Mount Diablo. She graduated from University of Hawai’i at Mānoa in…read more
Sky Road Webb is a descendent of the Tamal’ko – Tomales Bay Miwok, of present day West Marin. Tamal-ko, is part of the larger ethnographic and linguistic grouping now called…read more
Joanne Torres is an artist, professional pie-baker, llama-obsessed language expert of her language Mishewal Wappo.read more
Kanyon Sayers-Roods is Costanoan Ohlone and Chumash; she also goes by her given Native name, Hahashkani, which in Chumash means “Coyote Woman”. She is proud of her heritage and her…read more
Desirae Harp is an OnatsaTis /Diné hip hop artist, activist, singer, and language expert representing her language Mishewal Wappo.read more
Chimeesunwi! Hello! My name is Roxane Gomez, and I am an enrolled member of the Pit River Tribe of Burney, CA. I come from the Roaring Creek Rancheria in the…read more
Jerod Ward is a member of the Winnemem Wintu tribal youth and spends his time on the Winnemem Wintu village learning the songs, dances, stories, language, and importance of spiritually protecting the…read more
Diego Gomez Aldana is a linguist from Colombia who specializes in designing audiodictionaries for Native Colombian languages. For more information, please visit: www.cubun.orgread more
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