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Through collaboration with Sogorea Te’ Land Trust, community members, land workers and artists, this painting was created to visualize a decolonized and rematriated landscape in deep East Oakland. 

Based on the concrete lined stormwater channel and tributary of San Leandro Creek that runs adjacent to the first piece of land returned to Indigenous stewardship in the territory, this vision imagines a restoration of relationships informed by Indigenous led land return work, social justice dreams, research, oral histories, geography and geomorphology. 


All proceeds support the work of Sogorea Te' Landtrust in rematriating Ohlone land.

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