Soboba tribal member to begin new journey

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Rose Soza War Soldier, Ph.D., will begin in her new role as a tenure track Native American studies assistant professor in the ethnic studies department at California State University Sacramento in the spring. Valley News/Rose Soza War Soldier photo
Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians Special to Valley News The new year will find Rose Soza War Soldier, Ph.D., in a new role as a tenure track Native American Studies assistant professor in the Ethnic Studies department at California State University Sacramento in the spring. Soza War Soldier is the youngest daughter of William “Billy” P. Soza War Soldier Jr. (1949-2014) and Antonia “Toni” Delgado (Mountain Maidu) and granddaughter of two-term Soboba Tribal Chairman –1966 and 1968– William “Willie” P. Soza Sr. (1919-1980) and Inez Soza (1927-2020) and maternal grandparents Refugio and Maude Delgado. Extended family members include former Soboba Tribal Council Chairwoman Rosemary Morillo and Treasurer Edward Soza. She received her bachelor’s degree in American his
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