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An Evening with Maria A. Trevizo -October 31, 2010 at 5pm
October 31, 2010 08:36 PM PDT
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Maria A. Trevizo (Tigua/Mexican) is a descendent of the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo of Texas and theTarascos of Mexico.

Maria is an international speaker and has worked in the human services field over thirty-five years. She is a Certified Psychiatric Technician and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor II. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from The Evergreen State Collage. Maria is a traditional singer and facilitator in the wellness field. She helps youth and adults to rediscover their own inner joy and beauty. As a facilitator, Maria coaches’ individuals, communities and tribes in recognizing the resilience and strength gained from working as a healthy team.

Maria works collaboratively with many North American tribes of the United States, Canada and Mexico. Maria has served as a consultant to agencies and institutions such as The Department of Health and Human Services, The Center for Disease Control, and numerous colleges and universities. Maria’s favorite work is the work she does with youth, women and the Two-Spirit Community. Maria believes that by reclaiming our traditions and ceremonies, healing is restored.

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Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands
October 18, 2010 10:31 AM PDT
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Join Raven and his guest Faith Gemmill as they talk about Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands.

Faith is the current Outreach Coordinator for REDOIL (Resisting Environmental Destruction On Indigenous Lands) REDOIL is a network that was created to share knowledge, experience and strategies for addressing the detrimental impacts of oil and gas development in Alaska. Faith is a field representative and alternate b...oard member of the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC), an organization of Indigenous Peoples from North, Central, South America and the Pacific working for the sovereignty and self-determination of Indigenous Peoples and the recognition and protection of Indigenous Rights, Traditional Cultures and Sacred Lands. Before coming to the IITC, Faith served as the program coordinator of the Gwich'in Steering Committee for nearly a decade, working on issues of oil development, human rights, and defense of homelands for the Gwich'in.

DATE: Sunday October 17th, 2010

Time: 5:30pm – 6:00pm

Location: KAOS 89.3 FM

KAOS is a non-commercial, community radio station broadcasting at 89.3 FM in the South Sound area of Washington state. The station is located on The Evergreen State College campus, in Olympia

City/Town: Olympia, WA

Listen Live: http://kaos.evergreen.edu/listen.html

An Evening with Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq -October 3, 2010 at 5pm
October 04, 2010 09:09 AM PDT
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Join Raven as he speak with guest Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq. Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq is an Eskimo-Kalaallit Elder whose family belongs to the traditional healers of the Far North from Kalaallit Nunaat, Greenland. “the man who looks like his uncle”. Uncle, as he is frequently called, bridges the boundaries of cultures and faiths in people young and old. His work has taken him to five continents and over 40 countries around the world i…ncluding South Africa, North America, South America, Asia, Arctic Europe, Russia, and Siberia. As a traditional healer, storyteller and carrier of a Qilaut (drum), he conducts Healing Circles, Intensives and sweat lodges integrating the wisdom of traditional Inuit teachings from the unwritten healing traditions of the Eskimo-Kalaallit people. Angaangaq is an internationally respected Elder for the Native Communities of the Circumpolar Arctic, North and South America and Europe. He is an highly esteemed Elder of the Canadian-based Four Worlds International Institute for Human and Community Development, the American Indian Institute Traditional Circle of Indian Elders and Youth, the World Council of Elders and the World Commission on Global Consciousness and Spirituality, acting as liaison to indigenous tribes. He is also an Elder for the Aboriginal Justice Learning Network, Justice Canada and Elder Advisor to the board of directors of the Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution. Angaangaq is a keynote speaker at international conferences and symposia on environmental and indigenous issues. He participates in peace and spiritual vigils with the United Nations, speaking on panels for the United Nation Environmental Protection Agency, the Panel on Religion and Spirituality, the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, as well as the Panel for UNESCO’s Oceans, Fishers and Hunters. His work is acclaimed in promoting interracial and intercultural harmony. Angaangaq is a member of the World Wisdom Council, an Elder of the Tribal Link Foundation, Inc. and a member of the World Commission on Global Consciousness and Spirituality acting as liaison to indigenous tribes. He is associated with the United Religions Initiative in alliance with the United Nations, the Club of Budapest International, The Masters Group, the Earth Restorations Corps., and serves on the special advisory Council to the Jane Goodall Institute. He is an Elder in association with West Virginia University and speaks frequently at Universities and colleges in North America and Europe. Sharing healing circles with leaders of small villages and indigenous tribes from around the world is among his most rewarding work. Among the world healers and speakers, Angaangaq has shared the dais with are: Jane Goodall, Dr. Phil Lane, Co-coordinator of Four Worlds International & Four Directions, Chief Oren Lyons, Faith Keeper of the Onondaga Nation, Mercedes and Geraldo Barrios, Dr. Theo Paredes, and the Zulu spiritual leader, Credo Mutwa. He is a dear friend of Grandfather William Commanda, Elder of the Algonquin Nation and the Circle of All Nations in Ottawa. Sirmiq Aattuq LLC




An Evening with Brian Larney-Choctaw/Seminole Artist 9-12-2010
September 12, 2010 09:44 PM PDT
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Original creations by Brian Larney are rare archival illustrations from the past and rich culture of the Choctaw and Seminole nations. His visuals present a contemporary style of his heritage and maintains the period’s cultural accuracy. Brian honors his tribal heritage by doing Southeastern Art and signs his artwork with his tribal family name of five generations. His artist signature YA-HV-LA NE means Yellow-Wolf in Seminole. …Brian has served as an art instructor for special programs sponsored by various organizations such as the Texas Commission of the Arts, the American Indian Education Program of Dallas Public Schools in Dallas, Dallas Museum of Art and Dallas Bathhouse Cultural Center. From 1995- 1998, Brian received grants from the Neighborhood Touring Program (funded by the City of Dallas’ Cultural Affairs Program) to teach tribal heritage art to children throughout the City of Dallas. In 1993, Brian designed a program cover for the Human Rights Cover Expo for the City of Dallas S.M.U. Chapter/Amnesty International of the United Nations and art exhibition, Art exhibition at the G.T.E.’s World Headquarters’ in Los Colinas, Texas; art exhibit at the International Museum of Cultures. He presented a lecture and art exhibit for the Black History Program for the Human Resource and Service Administration’s office in Dallas. His artwork was showcased in Multicultural art exhibit at the Federal Bank of Dallas. His paintings hang at the Family Place in Dallas, the Mississippi Choctaw Museum in Choctaw, Mississippi and Oklahoma. Choctaw’s Nation’s Capitol Museum and Oklahoma Choctaw Nation Headquarters, The Silver Sun Gallery in Atlanta. The Seminole Nation Museum in Oklahoma and the Seminole Okalee Indian Village & Museum in Hollywood, Florida. He exhibited in a citywide art tour throughout Dallas, showcased artwork for the 32nd Annual Dallas All-sport Association Banquet, and lectured at the American- Indian Education Program night school. Calendar Signing for the American Indian Science and Engineering Society’s national conference in Houston. He has taught art classes and lectured about his artwork at several Dallas Public Schools to break stereotypes about American Indians and bring cultural awareness to the future. H.O.P.E. and the on an artist panel MAC Gallery to discuss the topic “The Melting Pot. Does it work or not?

Latest Accomplishments:
Dallas Arts Gala / Art Exhibit
2004 Red Earth Art Market / Contemporary Art Merit Award
Showcase Ice House / One Man Art Show
Painting /Florida Seminole Commemorative Issue Hard Rock Casino opening
15th Annual Dallas American Indian Art Market
American Indian Film Festival – Festival apparel designs
Featured Artist at the Eastfield College – Dallas
Featured Artist at the 14th Annual American Indian Art Market – Dallas
Joint venture with U.S. Lacrosse to carry stickball lithographs – Baltimore
American Indian Film Institute 27th Festival Poster – San Francisco
American Indian Art Market – Tulsa
American Indian Film Institute 26th Festival Poster – San Francisco
20th Anniversary :: Bathhouse Cultural Center art exhibition
Seminole Tribe of Florida’s: Festival art exhibit
Seminole Tribe of Florida’s: Housing Dept. – Annual Conference Painting
Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale: Six Art Exhibitions -
Experiment 0.1 /0.2 /0.3 /0.4 / U.N.I.T.Y. and Door to the World
Experiment Visual installation-art exhibition-Void Gallery-New York
Art mural for Bob Marley Festival//Art Institute in Fort Lauderdale-Miami
Painting for “SAFARI” co. collateral campaign cover-Fort Lauderdale
Seminole Tribe of Florida – Big Cypress- 8 original Seminole clan paintings
Ancient folklore Latin storytelling paintings for a “Aboard” in-flight magazine in Miami that service air flights to Latin America

Seminole Museum Signature Series
One Man Art Show/Best of Show/1st Place
Five Civilized Tribes Museum
1st Place/2nd Place
Red Earth
1st place, 2nd Place
Festival of Art
Featured Artist/Governor’s Award/1st Place/3rd Place
GTE World Headquarters
One Man Art Show
Eagledancer Gallery
One Man Art Show
Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale
Featured Artist


An Evening with Bill Cote, Chal.Si.Nam.Men
September 05, 2010 11:42 PM PDT
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Bill Cote (Chal.Si.Nam.Men). He will be speaking to us about ancient tradition and how to bring it forth into the present time and culture. Bill says "I consider my gift and job in life is to encourage people."

An Evening with Kevin Locke on "Make No Bones About It."
August 23, 2010 11:49 AM PDT
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Kevin Locke is the world-renowned Lakota visionary Hoop Dancer and preeminent player of indigenous Northern Plains flute, a traditional storyteller, cultural ambassador, recording artist and an educator. Kevin has travelled to over 80 countries and works tirelessly to convey something universal about our human condition through the folk art of his community. Kevin believes that we can each draw from our individual heritage to cr...eate a vibrant, evolving global civilization that embraces and celebrates our diversity and collective heritage.

Through the medium of the ancient Native American Hoop Dance, Kevin Locke presents a worldview that includes all cultures and all peoples. Lakota mystic Black Elk called this worldview the ‘Great Hoop of Life’. Through words, music, and dance, this presentation will convey Kevin’s own voice and the voice of his ancestors, who were stewards of the earth and a people committed to living with the land. This presentation will also emphasize the voice of the marginalized peoples.

Historically, these peoples have created sustainable life systems, and knowledge traditions still exist within indigenous beliefs that can enhance our current efforts to create a sustainable world. Teaching through the domain of the arts, Kevin offers a program that will appeal to visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners by generating an experience that creates an awareness of our shared humanity.

“We need to remember who we are and where we are from but also remember that our reality is our soul, our spiritual reality, and that transcends gender, ethnicity, and language. It is possible to be decent members of the human being tribe no matter where we live or who we are!”

Visit Kevin at http://www.kevinlocke.com/

DATE: Sunday August 22, 2010

Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm

Location: KAOS 89.3 FM

KAOS is a non-commercial, community radio station broadcasting at 89.3 FM in the South Sound area of Washington state. The station is located on The Evergreen State College campus, in Olympia

City/Town: Olympia, WA

DURATION: 60 minutes

Click here this link below and you can listen by computer

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