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Drum Feast Honors Sophía García-Robles, Revives Powwow Tradition at UCSC
Alex Darocy
On May 26, students with the American Indian Resource Center of UC Santa Cruz organized "Drum Feast" in honor of Sophía García-Robles, a former financial aid adviser at UCSC who was active in the local Native American community. The memorial for García-Robles was intended to revive the powow tradition at UCSC and to, "instill her goals of spreading diversity and cultural presence among the university as well as create a sense of pride and moral for Native people in the Santa Cruz Community."

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