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In 2018, Medina co-founded Cafe Ohlone (Chochenyo: mak-'amham, "our food") with his partner Louis Trevino, who is Rumsen Ohlone. It is a pop-up restaurant located at the University Press Books bookstore in Berkeley. The menu changes seasonally, and ingredients are gathered by Native people around Ohlone territory. Dishes include acorn soup and acorn bread, watercress and sorrel salad with berries and seeds, quail eggs, venison, chia pudding, and a variety of teas. Meals are accompanied by information about Ohlone history and culture, and sometimes songs.


Medina started the In Our Languages column of News from Native California and wrote the first piece in Chochenyo in 2014. He has spoken at a number of libraries, museums, and conferences about the Chochenyo language and indigenous issues. In 2015 he was chosen to read verses in Chochenyo during the Mass at the canonization ceremony for Father Serra, and he took advantage of the opportunity which would mean hundreds of millions of people hearing the language.


Medina has been on the Board of Directors of Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival since 2012. He is also one of a few rotating hosts of Bay Native Circle, a weekly indigenous radio program and podcast which airs on KPFA.


Starting in 2011 he wrote a blog about his experience as an Ohlone person in the 21st century and learning and sharing the Chochenyo language. He started a column in News from Native California called In Our Languages dedicated to writing in indigenous California languages. News from Native California is published by the non-profit Heyday, where Medina has been the Berkeley Roundhouse Outreach Coordinator since 2013. Heyday's Berkeley Roundhouse was formerly called the California Indian Publishing Program, and is dedicated to celebrating indigenous California culture and supporting the local Indian community.


Medina was introduced to Chochenyo as a child, but began learning the language deeply around 2010 by studying the field notes produced by J. P. Harrington, who worked with native Chochenyo speakers in the early 20th century to document their language. By 2012 Medina could speak Chochenyo with others, and as he became more proficient, he began teaching his younger brother their ancestor's language as well. In 1934, the only native speaker of Chochenyo died, but in the 2000s the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe and linguists at UC Berkeley began to learn and revitalize the language, and in 2009 Northern Ohlone was reclassified from Extinct to Living by SIL International (and therefore Ethnologue and ISO).


Vincent "Vince" Medina (born 6 October 1986) is a Chochenyo Ohlone indigenous rights, language, and food activist. He is a member of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe and serves on the tribal council, and co-founded Cafe Ohlone, an Ohlone restaurant in Berkeley, California which serves indigenous cuisine made with native ingredients sourced from the San Francisco and Monterey Bay Areas. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival. Medina is Catholic, and speaks English, Spanish, and Chochenyo.