People Facing the Sun Tataviam
Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians
is the historic tribe of the northern Los Angeles
County of ancestral villages from the
San Fernando, Santa Clarita,
eastern Simi and Antelope Valleys
Historic tribe of the northern Los Angeles County History
Pátskunga Rudy Ortega Sr. Park Achoicominga Mission San Fernando Click on image to play video Building a Tataviam house Building a Kíj –– Tataviam traditional house Rogerio Rocha Antonio Maria Ortega Rudy J. Ortega Sr.

News

Statement on Washington Football Team’s Retirement of R-word Mascot

July 13, 2020 The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians (FTBMI) supports the retirement of the NFL Washington DC’s team (race-based) name and mascot.  FTBMI is grateful for and indebted to...

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TRIBE EXPANDS HELP TO ITS COMMUNITY

July 13, 2020 The Tribe proudly  announces the expansion of its COVID19 Supportive Service Program. Through this Program, the Tribe is offering services to support its tribal community with food...

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Statement On The Removal Of Junipero Serra’s Statues From Our Homelands

June 26, 2020 The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians supports the removal of statues glorifying individuals who brought violence and oppressive systems, and attempted to extinguish...

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Historical Timeline

The Historical Timeline is an interactive designed to explain the Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians (the Band) community and history from 450 A.D. to present time.

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