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Martinez, Dai’Quiriya

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Dai’Quiriya Martinez was born in Los Angeles, California but she also has family ties to New Orleans, East Texas, and Oklahoma. She attended Los Angeles City College, majoring in Liberal Arts.  After graduating from Los Angeles City College, she enrolled in California State University, Dominguez Hills where she majored in history and chose anthropology as her minor. After graduating with a B.A. degree, she taught middle school social studies/ history. She later returned to Cal State Dominguez Hills and received an M.A. degree in Multicultural Education.

Dai’Quiriya has traveled to a variety of historic sites. In 1993 she participated in an ethnographic study in Southern Mexico of the Costa Chica region. She also visited the historic site of Teotihuacan in Central Mexico and a variety of sites in California and the U.S. Southwest. She is a continuous student and enthusiast of history-based subjects and enjoys teaching, learning, reading, writing, crafts, and jewelry making.

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