Indigenous Representations and Media

Public group

Santa Monica History Museum

1350 7th Street · Santa Monica, CA

How to find us

The museum is on the 7th Street side of the Santa Monica library.

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Join ONA LA and the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) for networking and a fireside chat with Frank Blanquet from the FNX: First Nations Experience TV channel.

The Santa Monica History Museum also has a special exhibit on Tongva culture in the Santa Monica Bay region.

Free admission and refreshments, including fruit, veggies, cheeses and lemonade.

The event is open to the public and co-sponsored by ONA LA, NAJA, Santa Monica College’s journalism program and Co-Opportunity Market.

Metered street parking and pay-by-the-hour underground garage parking available. The museum is about 5 blocks from the Expo line Downtown Santa Monica station.

To volunteer at this event, contact Sharyn Obsatz at [masked] by April 15.