Learn more about the important connections between people and naturally occurring asphalt, found at La Brea Tar Pits and across Southern California, both historically and today. Hear from anthropologist, culture bearer, and educator Heidi Lucero (Acjachemen & Mutsun Ohlone) on the diverse ways people use asphalt as a significant natural and cultural resource for communities who have lived in this region for generations. Educators will have the chance to connect over breakfast, participate in discussion around classroom application of the topic, and receive teaching resources.
Heidi Lucero (Acjachemen & Mutsun Ohlone) is an anthropologist, culture bearer, and educator in the American Indian Department at California State University Long Beach with a focus on cultural sustainability. She is also on the Board of Directors for Earthroots.
Important Workshop Information
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- While we love welcoming your families to our museums, this specific program is intended for formal & informal educators (18+).
- In-person workshops are subject to cancellation due to low registration, inclement weather, or changes in safety measures.
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