David Fleming in conversation with Steve Rushingwind and Nelson Rios. We'll be speaking primarily about 'Fuego', the new release from Rushingwind and the Native Groove and will include an in-studio performance.
Andrew and Winnie Moar come back every year to Rabbit Falls to fish for sturgeon. They welcome students to their 4 day fishing camp to teach them the ways of the sturgeon and how to prepare and smoke the fish. Story told of the Orphan named Jeeowash.
There's a strange odor in town, the sled dogs are howling, and the northern lights have disappeared. What's going on in Wapos Bay? Talon, Raven and T-Bear learn what can happen when they forget to respect tradition. Raven can't resist whistling at the glimmering northern lights, even though she's been warned not to. And T-Bear breaks with an age-old ritual by neglecting to offer tobacco ties before picking sweet grass for the elders. All three children discover that their careless behavior may be the source of the community's recent small misfortunes. With help from Mushom and a wise elder, they take part in a traditional ceremony that puts things right.
Games of chance have forever been a part of Aboriginal culture and The Sha ring Circle examines the reigning champ of popular games-Bingo! Despite the fact that most people never win, bingo remains a popular pastime for First Nations people, especially in remote communities. The history and cultural significance of the game is profiled as is one of Canada's largest radio bingos.
With everyone away for the summer, Hank and Josie decide to take a romantic vacation, but a few wrong turns lead them to an abandoned hunting tent. While they enjoy their rustic getaway, the family thinks they've gone missing.
George adds some pizzazz to Moose TV with a game show, the mayor plots to win the money, and Megog the Destroyer gets his way. Alice makes advances towards Clifford.
This well-researched documentary presents a troubling portrait - and indictment - of the U.S. government's dismal failure to provide health care in fulfillment of federal treaty and trustee obligations with American Indian nations.
A journey to the land of the rising sun to discover a fascinating ancient culture : the tattoo. Getting a tattoo can take months even years depending on the tattoo desired.This traditional technique is very painful. The designs printed on the body are symbols of strength and courage. This art is the exclusivity of few masters who perpetuate a tradition of excellence. Master Nakamura is one of the last tattoo artists in Japan using the brush technique and the legendary master Horriochi III known worldwide. We also show the production of the special ink 'Izumi' used to create masterpieces on the human body. The only plant manufacturing this natural based ink with the same technique for over 200 years.
Regaining Food Sovereignty explores the state of food systems in some Northern Minnesota Native communities; examining the relationship between history, health, tradition, culture and food. By reclaiming and revitalizing knowledge and practices around traditional, local and healthy foods, many communities and Tribal Nations are working toward a new model of community health and well-being for this, and future generations.
The inspiration behind the work of contemporary Cherokee artist Roy Boney, Jr. The legend of Cherokee outlaw Ned Christie, why many say he's a Cherokee patriot, not an outlaw. Host Jennifer Loren traces her ancestry back to the 1830s, revealing some surprises and touching moments along the way.
Coleen tests out her endurance...Her injury slows her down though... She is still not sure if she can do a half marathon. We talk to our foot health expert about orthotics and how they can help both the young and old. A great informational piece if you want to prevent foot pain! Our exercise team moves indoors to continue on with some new routines.
5a-When Mama puts a ban on television watching for one whole week, the cubs initially go into hysterics. As the week unfolds, Brother, Sister and Papa too, find that their interests extend well beyond the television set. They grow to realize just how entertaining the great outdoors and other "simple" pleasures can be. 5b-Brother and Sister plan to avoid Widder Jones? house when they go trick or treating because neighbourhood lore has it that she?s a witch. Mama knows Widder Jones personally and tells the cubs what a sweet person she is. When the evening is over the cubs agree with Mama. They enjoyed visiting Widder Jones more than anyone else that Halloween.
Tiga, Jodie and Jason rejoice in the delights of summer - swimming, sand castle building, shell collecting at the beach, and stylish sunhats for protection from the sun's rays. Kokum and Tiga fly to the Land of the Midnight Sun in a small float plane and learn traditional net fishing from the elders, while Jodie and Jason imagine a fishing game complete with swans and grizzly bears - their imaginations help them stay cool.
Yamba misplaces the sock puppet Grandma Honeyant made called Mr Sock. Jacinta and Yamba decide to retrace their steps to try and find Mr Sock.
Guardians Evolution takes kids on a wild ride into the distant future where a group of teens take on evil to save post-apocalyptic earth. Funny, exciting and filled with adventure, this stop motion science fiction television show is a wild and cautionary environmental tale. Join Arimus and the rest of the Guardians and become part of the action yourself!
A movie crew in town to shoot a film about a Native American superhero is threatened by the Windigo. As Matt tries to keep everyone safe while keeping his secret identity under wraps.
Indigenous/Native Studies is a rapidly growing field and it is hoped that all communities, native and non-native, could benefit from their contributions and research. In this episode we talk to First Nation scholars about how they apply Aboriginal languages in their fields of study through research and curriculum development.
Cooking with the Wolfman presents culinary wizardry from an aboriginal perspective. Only on Cooking with the Wolfman will audiences discover how to North American Bison is fused with exotic spices, Cholent is slow cooked, Fricasse of Rabbit can have a twist and Chick Pea Curry is served with traditional game. Chef Wolfman's straight forward recipes provides First Nations products fused in International recipes. Watch Cooking with the Wolfman to rediscover the bounty of traditional foods - both nutritionally and economically. Each episodes of Cooking with the Wolfman included a couple of co-hosts and a food nutritionist. Aboriginal cultural facts were presented on screen to illustrate the diversity and richness of Aboriginal languages of the peoples of the West Coast, the Plains, the Far North, and the East Coast. Food facts were also presented to help explain standard culinary practices and food nutritional values. In other episodes the show has featured various Aboriginal community.
Tamara pays a visit to the Smithsonian Musuem where she learns the history of the Musuem and about Douglas Cardinal, the architect who structured the Musuem.
First Talk is devoting this episode to issues surrounding the residential schools. The Talking Stick panel discusses the government's recent residential school apology. Gerry Oleman and Frank Manyhorses also join us in-studio to discuss the residential school problem in greater depth.
A Lakota mother studying geology seeks the source of the water contamination that caused her daughter's critical health problems. Meanwhile, a Lakota grandmother fights the regional expansion of uranium mining. Crying Earth Rise Up exposes the human cost of uranium mining and its impact on Great Plains drinking water.
Combining adroit storytelling with a legal background, this reporter tells it like no other. In this intimate and frank discussion Duncan McCue opens up about the trials and tribulations of a CBC National reporter.
On this edition of Native Report the dream like works of artist Rabbett Before Horses Strickland have been compared to those Renaissance masters, we learn about his inspiration and his life. The murder of legendary Ojibwe Chief Joe White is the subject of a gripping historical study that encapsulates the decades-long struggle of an Ojibwe community to resist removal, we interview the author. And to celebrate our 10th season on public television stations we delve into the Native Report archive for a tribute to the late Richard Milanovich, Chairman of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.
Wild rice -- manoomin -- is still harvested the traditional way by the Anishanabe, or Ojibwe, people of the Great Lakes region. Ricers and their families take canoes into the fields and hand-harvest the rice. After participating in the harvest, Loretta helps to prepare Winona LaDuke's favorite wild rice and maple syrup cake, which accompanies a lakeside first rice feast of buffalo, wild rice and cranberry-stuffed acorn squash, buffalo stew and ruby-red swamp tea.
The obligations of women off the ice are full of joys and tough decisions. A new baby is welcomed to the community; a husband goes caribou hunting, while a former team member looks forward to a new career as a nurse after hanging up her skates for good.
In the small town of Blue Gap, Arizona on the Navajo Reservation three brothers known as James (Ernest David Tsosie, III), Jessie (Vincent Craig), and Jodie (James Bilagody).combine their talents to form the greatest band, (because it's the only one), Blue Gap has ever known! The youngest of the three, James, a full time custodian at the local school, has the responsibility of being the band's manager. James got the job as manager because he can't play any instruments and/or sing and they didn't have any other choices. The other two brothers, Jessie and Jodie, are the semi talented driving force behind the struggling band.
Two Navajo brothers reconnect, pestering one another about the directions they've each chosen in life. Cleo is on spring break from college, while Pete stayed at home to care for their mother. Not one afternoon passes before the two are at odds over their differing values and views of the world. Plenty of comedy.
Native Voice TV seeks to provide a voice for "Indigenous" people to tell of their struggles and injustices, bring joy and laughter that are often ignored by the mainstream media.
In Episode 7 we focus on strong women advocates. Mrs. Utah Globe speaks about her life quest, goals and a foundation that focuses on Women in Need. ONG reporters also interview the director and an actor from the film "To the Bone" that deals with agricultural workers and child workers and the lack of laws that protect them. Then we will visit with the Director of the California Indian Culture and Tribal Sovereignty Center at Cal State San Marcos, Dr. Joely Proudfit.
Native host and guide Tom Sewid takes viewers on an aboriginal adventure of discovery throughout Western Canada.
Stories about the people, history and culture of the Cherokee Nation. Hosted by Jennifer Loren.
A rotating compilation of music videos featuring diverse talents of Native American & World Indigenous cultures. Different genres such as hip hop, rap, dance, rock, and many more are feautured on the AUX.
"Native Shorts presented by Sundance Institute's Native American and Indigenous Program" is a 12 episode series that will feature short films produced, premiered or showcased at the Sundance Film Festival through its Native American and Indigenous Program, followed by a brief discussion with hosts Ariel Tweto (Flying Wild Alaska, Wipe-Out) an Inupiaq Eskimo from Unakleet Alaska and the Sundance Institute's own Bird Runningwater, a Cheyenne and Mescalero Apache.
This is a 5 part news series which presents the events leading up to, life and death on the Trail of Tears (1838 and 1839), where between 4, 000 and 8,000 Cherokee died. Excerpts from CHEROKEE, THE PRINCIPAL PEOPLE are used.
CHOCTAW CODE TALKERS is the empowering chronicle of Choctaw Soldiers as the original Code Talkers during World War I, a story which has been buried in history for nearly a hundred years. With testimonies from family members and Choctaw tribal leaders, the program brings a unique perspective to these forgotten heroes and their wartime contributions.