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Episode One:  CALIFORNIA'S "LOST" TRIBES


Federated Indians of the Graton Rancheria
www.gratonranceheria.com

Learn more about this Tribes people, culture, news and history by visiting their website.

News from Native California
www.heydaybooks.com

For fifteen years, News from Native California has provided an inside view of the California Indian world. Written and produced by California Indians and those close to the Indian community, News provides an intimate portrait of traditional and contemporary California Indian culture and history.

Episode Two:  THE PRICE OF RENEWAL


La Maestra Family Clinic
www.lamaestra.org

La Maestra Family Clinic is unique in the diverse cultures it serves and in identifying the health needs of the special populations. The services, programs, and functional units of the Clinic have all developed and been implemented in response to demonstrated needs presented by its patient base.


Price Charities  
www.pricecharities.com  

Price Charities is the umbrella for several philanthropic entities inspired and funded by San Diego’s Price family, founder of the retail chain, Price Club. Price Charities is committed to building better communities in San Diego and Imperial Counties, with a particular focus on City Heights in the City of San Diego.

Episode Three:  THE NEW LOS ANGELES


Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE)  
www.laane.org

LAANE is recognized as a national authority on issues affecting the working poor and an innovator in the fight against working poverty. Founded in 1993, LAANE is recognized as a national authority on issues affecting the working poor and an innovator in the fight against working poverty. Combining a vision of social justice with a practical approach to social change, LAANE has helped set in motion a broad movement based on the principle that hard work deserves fair pay, good benefits and decent working conditions.


The Partnership for Working Families
www.californiapartnership.org

The Partnership for Working Families is an organization established to uphold the promise of economic development for communities.  The Partnership brings together four organizations anchored in the major population centers of California-the Center on Policy Initiatives in San Diego, the East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy, the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy and Working Partnerships USA in San Jose.

Episode Four: RIPE FOR CHANGE


Bioneers
www.bioneers.org

Bioneers are biological pioneers who are working with nature to heal nature and ourselves. They have peered deep into the heart of living systems to devise strategies for restoration based on nature's own operating instructions. They come from many cultures and perspectives, and all walks of life.


The Center for Ecoliteracy
 www.ecoliteracy.org

The Center for Ecoliteracy is a public foundation dedicated to education for sustainability. It administers a grant program, publishes in print and online, offers seminars and technical assistance, and supports systemic change, hands-on educational experience, and curricular innovation in such areas as food, health, habitat restoration, and environmental justice.

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Welcome to California
www.ca.gov

The official state of California website.

California Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California

Wikipedia's webpage for the state of California.

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When to Watch

California and the American Dream premieres April 13, April 20, April 27 and May 4, 2006
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