Vincent Medina & Louis Trevino

Apr 12, 2018

Preserving Indigenous History and Culture

Welcome to the page dedicated to Vincent Medina & Louis Trevino, two remarkable individuals who have made significant contributions to the La Historia Society. As a community and society organization, we are committed to preserving and promoting the rich indigenous history and culture of the region, while also supporting and empowering local communities.

Dedicated to Cultural Heritage

Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino are passionate advocates for the recognition and revitalization of the Chochenyo and Karkin Ohlone languages, as well as the broader indigenous heritage of California.

Vincent Medina is a member of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe, and he has been actively involved in language revitalization efforts. Through his work, Vincent seeks to preserve and teach the Ohlone language to current and future generations. He firmly believes that language is an essential part of cultural identity and plays a vital role in maintaining a thriving community.

Louis Trevino, of Rumsen Ohlone descent, is also deeply committed to the revitalization of indigenous languages and cultures. Alongside Vincent Medina, Louis has been involved in numerous educational initiatives, such as developing language-learning materials and teaching Ohlone language classes. Their collaborative efforts have had a transformative impact on the local community.

Contributions to La Historia Society

Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino's tireless efforts in preserving indigenous history and culture align perfectly with the mission of the La Historia Society. As part of our commitment to community and society, we aim to raise awareness of the significance of indigenous heritage while providing support and resources to ensure its preservation for future generations.

Language Revitalization

One of the key areas of focus for Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino within La Historia Society is language revitalization. By conducting language workshops, classes, and cultural events, they aim to educate and engage individuals of all ages in learning about and celebrating the indigenous languages of the region. Their dedication has ignited a renewed interest in preserving and revitalizing these endangered languages.

Cultural Programs and Events

Through the La Historia Society, Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino organize a wide range of cultural programs and events to promote indigenous history and culture. These events provide the community with an opportunity to learn, connect, and appreciate the traditions, art, music, and storytelling of the indigenous communities of California.

Collaborative Partnerships

Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino actively collaborate with other organizations, both locally and nationally, to further their mission of indigenous language revitalization and cultural appreciation. By forming partnerships, they are able to expand their reach and make a more substantial impact on the preservation and promotion of indigenous heritage.


Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino's dedication, passion, and relentless pursuit of preserving indigenous history and culture have been instrumental in realizing the goals of the La Historia Society. Their efforts in language revitalization, cultural programs, and collaborative partnerships have left an indelible mark on the community. The work of Vincent Medina and Louis Trevino serves as an inspiration for individuals and organizations alike, emphasizing the importance of preserving and celebrating indigenous heritage for the benefit of current and future generations.