August 6–8, 2010
Join Ocean Revolution at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in a festival that acknowledges Native contributions to managing the environment and sustaining their lifeways and foodways. Activities will include a symposium highlighting a discussion on water, wind and salmon featuring Comcaac Native Aquaculture Director Alberto Mellado and the singing of the Torres Sisters; a street marketplace where you can buy local produce and buy from Native vendors; hands-on family activities include building your own “paper” pottery or spinning your own piece of cotton yarn; watch our own Iron Chef competition or watch a film about Native cooking. Stay for our rock concert featuring Ivan Neville’s band, Dumstaphunk and surprise special guest Native
Betsabe Torres from Sociiax sings a song of war helping us define what we mean by #occupy
1. To fill up (time or space):
2. To dwell or reside in.
3. To hold or fill
4. To seize possession of and maintain control over by or as if by conquest.
5. To engage or employ the attention or concentration of: