Our Work
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"Sacred is our Duty - We Must Honor And Rise to the Need"

Here at Limu we work to realize the goal of awakening native languages and cultural resurgence by teaching and sharing the teachings of Elder Generations.

Traditional Learning and Teaching Methods include apprenticeships, storytelling, singing, dancing, and ceremonial gatherings. 

Learning takes place in the field, on trips to traditional villages and sacred places, in homes surrounded by friends and family, and in the Wamkiish (the dance house). 

Our Modern Learning and Teaching Methods now includes iLearn, our online learning environment, where we offer courses in Tribal Languages, Culture, and History. 

We also offer courses throughout Southern California, both group sessions and private/family sessions, for students of all ages. 

For individuals who prefer to study on their own, we offer recordings, multimedia resources, and now, iLearn.


News from Limu

  • Restoration of the Original Malki Museum Building Restoration of the Original Malki Museum Building The Limu Project announced today that the nonprofit organization is accepting donations to restore the original Malki Museum Building, located north of the ...
    Posted Aug 29, 2012, 1:15 PM by Arkamez Blankenship
  • Awakening Wanikik Pictured at left, Mrs Jane Penn Founder of the Malki Museum After a decade of working with the few surviving Elders that remembered the old words and expressions – and countless ...
    Posted Feb 11, 2012, 11:11 AM by Limu Project
  • Website is now Online www.limuproject.org is now online! Our homepage is here to provide you with general information about Limu and what we do. We have a lot of information to share ...
    Posted Feb 11, 2012, 11:15 AM by Limu Project
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Limu is a nonprofit organization 

building awareness of Native

Languages, Cultures, and  

Ceremonial Traditions in 

Southern California

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