(Glen Park News staff note: See the Spring issue of the Glen Park News for the story of the neighborhood mural honoring the Ohlone people, here.)
This past month, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Commission passed a Ramaytush Ohlone Land Acknowledgment Resolution honoring and recognizing the Ramaytush Ohlone people as the original inhabitants of the San Francisco peninsula. Our Video of the Week shows San Francisco Recreation Parks General Manager Phil Ginsburg reading the resolution at our groundbreaking event for the restoration of India Basin Shoreline.
Thank you to Gregg Castro and Jonathan Cordero for partnering with us in the crafting of the acknowledgment. We applaud this first step and recognize it is certainly not the last. We look forward to working with the American Indian community throughout San Francisco. To read the full resolution, click here.