Vallejo Inter-Tribal Council

aka VIC   |   Vallejo, CA   |  http://www.vallejointertribalcouncil.org

Mission

Vallejo Inter Tribal Council was founded in 1995 in response to the sense of isolation that many modern day urban Native Americans feel, the lack of pride in their own heritage, and an inability to join the mainstream of modern culture. It is now evident to many of us that we must regain as much of our native culture as possible, in order to feel human again, while at the same time educating ourselves and our children in a society where our core values of honor and respect are increasingly non-evident.

Our intent has been to provide a culturally diverse safe place, while at the same time providing badly needed services, such as parenting classes and alcohol and drug abuse classes. The necessity for more programs is apparent. Computer training and access, job training, and proper nutrition and exercise programs will eventually be instituted, as well as continuation of past programs involving families and children.

 

The Annual Pow Wow, a source of pride and community for our group, and very well received by many others, will continue. We continue to expand our community outreach, and hope to include more events to educate and bring together our small community with the larger community we have been assimilated into.

Ruling year info

2019

Principal Officer

Midge Wagner

Main address

PO Box 6251

Vallejo, CA 94591

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EIN

94-3339222

NTEE code info

Cultural, Ethnic Awareness (A23)

Urban, Community (S31)

Citizen Participation (W24)

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Drumming Class

Cultural events involving youth, celebrations of our heritage, discussion groups, approximately 800 members. We work closely with the Native American Studies Program in Vallejo. Choctaw language classes have been held for several years. Talking Circle has been meeting for more than a year. The Sacred Sites Protection & Rights of Indigenous Tribes (SSP&RIT) has single-handedly brought together the tribes who have burial sites at Glen Cove, the city of Vallejo, and other interested parties, as well as provided research for the group.

Population(s) Served

For children and adults, twice monthly classes teaching Native American dance and the customs and history around the Pow-Wow event.

Population(s) Served

Monthly classes teaching youth and adults the Lakota Native American Language

Population(s) Served

Midge Wagner teaches young and old the Native American art of beading -- both on loom and freehand

Population(s) Served

Midge Wagner teaches the history and construction of the Native American woman's dance shawl, a clothing item that is required dress for women dancing in a Pow-Wow

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Vallejo Inter-Tribal Council

Board of directors
as of 05/04/2012
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr. Eric Fisher

Chairman

Term: 2010 -

Eric Fisher

Chairman

Jim Stevens

Vice Chair

Mildred Wagner

Secretary/Treasurer (Interim)

Norman DeOcampo

Community Advisor

George DeOcampo

Peacekeeper

Melissa Mendoza

Alternate Board Member

Rhonda Fisher

Alternate Board Member

Mary Buggs

Wells Fargo Bank N.A.