- To Be Visible, Tongva Timeline and other culturally relevant material, Julia Bogany (Cultural Advisor of The Tongva) with Claremont Colleges
- Tataviam Featured Videos
- Weshoyat Alvitre Comics
- Places to visit with Fernandeño Tataviam information to destinations and things to do in the northern Los Angeles county
- Cultivating Reciprocity: The Robert Redford Conservancy, The Tongva Nation, and Pitzer College
- Tongva Women Inspiring the Future by Julia Bogany
- The Aqueduct Between Us Dir. By AnMarie Menoza
- Moomat Ahiko, Dir. Carly Lake, 2017
- Neemkomok: An AFI Thesis Film, Dir. Douglas Cushnie, 2017
- Cindi Alvitre Interview, Native Voices, U.S. National Library of Medicine
- “Between Homelands: How a Canoe Connects a Tongva Woman to Her Tribe” podcast, The California Report
- Finding Tovaanger Series , Use Tongva Language and lesson plans using the interactive material found and linked through various sites.
- Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation- Los Angeles: Tongva History Walk Sources: These two links provide material outlining how to address the past and move toward transformation in the present.
- Mission Project: Activism on a Smaller Scale, World Literature Today, October 21, 2019 by Wallace Cleaves
“Make No Bones About It.” Weshoyot Alvitre on Make No Bones About It. Jan 20, 2020.
- Tending the Wild, KCET.
Weshoyat Alvitre, Alice Sixkiller
- Alvitre, C. M. (2015). Coyote tours: Unveiling Native LA. In P. Wakida (Ed.), LAtitudes: An Angeleno’s atlas (pp. 42–52). Berkeley, CA: Heyday.
- The Birth of Los Angeles 1767-1824 – And the Genocide of the Tongva, by Peter Boyd
- Blood Came from Their Mouths: Tongva and Chumash Responses to the Pandemic of 1801
By Edward D. Castillo (1999). Published by: American Indian Culture and Research Journal 23. 3 (Summer): 47-61.
- Overcoming Hindrances to our Enduring Responsibility to the Ancestors: Protecting Traditional Cultural Places
By Desiree Renee Martinez (Special Issue: Decolonizing Archaeology.) The American Indian Quarterly 30 (3): 486–503.