Kategorie: Histories of Migrant Knowledges

Countering an Anthropological Myth of Extinction at mak-‘amham Cafe Ohlone in Berkeley

By Karin Louise Hermes. In preparation for my trip to Berkeley for the Transregional Academy on Transpacific Migrations in summer of 2019, I tweeted that I was going to be in the Bay Area and asked for suggestions for what else to see and do. An account called “Native Spirit” replied with the website link to mak-‘amham (“our food”) or Cafe Ohlone, located in the backyard of a bookshop on the traditional lands of the Muwekma Ohlone, which is currently known as the town of Berkeley in California.

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