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Photographer Will Wilson shares stories about inspiration, reverence, vigilance and empathy
My grandmother, Louise Becker, is a member of the Kalispel tribe.
Friends Preston Jo Arrow-Weed [no age given], Helena Quintana Arrow-Weed (78), and Ila Mae Dunzweiler [no age given] discuss their non-profit radio station, some plays that Preston has written, and thoughts they have about outsider representations of Native Americans.
A Native American recounts his life on the Apache reservation, his influences and schooling, and why he is studying to be a pastor.
Dr Livingston interviews the man behind the queen, Miko Thomas, aka Landa Lakes. Choosing a protest name for his female persona, Miko has sent decades carving paths for future generations. In this interview, Miko talks about life as a child...
This is the story of an indigenous college student who is of the LGBTQ community and has some very interesting insight to let you in on!
Today I interviewed my mom on her experience with life and she told me a lot of personal and fun details. She is a very good story teller and I believe there isn’t a dull moment in this interview. I...
Tanya Martin-Lopzez, is Pueblo of Pojoaque from northern New Mexico. She works for the Family and Child Education (FACE) home visiting program and serves families of the Oneida Tribe Indians of Wisconsin. The Family and Child Education (FACE) program was...
Briefly dicsussing Native American rights and issues in the U.S.A. today.
Interviewing a friend for my Women’s Voices class. Includes discussion related to gender, sexuality, and Native American background.
Jennifer Marley interviews her Mother about her work experience in the tourism and Native American art industry in Northern New Mexico. Jennifer and her mother are from San Ildefonso and Zia Pueblo.
My Dad talks about growing up in Wyoming and in the San Fernando Valley, when it was still ranches and orchards. He talks about his older family members, his friends, and his memory of the day his wife Susi was...
In this interview, conducted in January 11, 2019, in Salt Lake City, Utah, Antonio De La Fuente interviews a friend of the family’s, Nino Reyos about his life, to have an understanding of what he’s done and of his cultural...
We talk about Madeline’s Native American heritage and how it affects her today