Semillas Community Schools

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LA World Affairs Council Meeting with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
Date: 4/6/2016, 7 PM 10 PM
Location: Beverly Hills,CA
We Day California
Date: 4/7/2016, 7 AM 5 PM
Siembra de nombres - Dia de l@s Nin@s
Date: 5/5/2016, 4:30 PM 7 PM
Location: Toquiliz Macehualtocayotl - Siembra de nombre de los Merecidos

News & Announcements

International Indigenous Student Leadership Summit @Anahuacalmecac

We are honored to announce the upcoming ​International Indigenous Student Leadership Summit at Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory, a capacity-building meeting for youth and educators interested in the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples and the 2016 International Indigenous Law Conference.

Anahuacalmecac Senior Awarded Gates Millennium Scholarship

EL SERENO, APRIL 27, 2015 - Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory High School of North America is proud to announce that graduating senior, Maria Luisa P., has been named recepient of the prestigious Gates Millennium Scholars Program by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. This is Marilu's second national merit scholarship awarded this year.

AIUP Web Brochure

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SemAnahuac Delegation Visits Sovereign Hopi Nation

We'd like to share with our community some photos of the amazing experiences that our students, teachers, and spiritual elder, Tata Cuaxtle, shared with our relatives from the sovereign Hopi Nation, as our SemAnahuac Delegation participates in this year's Hopi Agriculture, Farming, and Food Symposium.

LAUSD - The apartheid district

With recent elections now behind us, a little bit of history is in order. LAUSD District 5 was created to force the LAUSD board of education to integrate, challenging decades of de facto apartheid.

How a Los Angeles school is pioneering indigenous education – and reaching out to parents and children in one of the city’s most notorious neighbourhoods

The bright lights of Hollywood and the gold-gated mansions of Beverly Hills don't begin to tell the story of Los Angeles, USA. On the city's east side, gangs, drugs and guns are part of the daily fabric of life, but the determined group of teachers behind Semillas Community Schools are engaging the local indigenous Mexican community with a revelatory new educational approach, mixing respect for cultural traditions with a devotion to international-mindedness.

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