Spirited Sundays — Links to Day 1, 2, and 3

Hear Native Americans discuss their communities’ vital issues and innovative solutions in three videocasts. Links below. If a link doesn’t take you immediately to YouTube, paste it into your browser.




Day 1 
Leading-edge yet traditional housing and food-sovereignty projects, with Anahkwet/Guy Reiter of Menikanaehkem and Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin and Wizipan Little Elk of Sicangu CDC and Rosebud Sioux Tribe. 

Day 2 
Creative, pandemic-safe children’s programs, with Julie Garreau of Cheyenne River Youth Project and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and Tahlia Natachu of Zuni Youth Enrichment Project and the Pueblo of Zuni.

Day 3 
Voting rights, with Barb and OJ Semans of Four Directions voting advocacy group and Rosebud Sioux Tribe and jingle dancer and powwow yoga creator Acosia Red Elk of Umatilla Tribe. 




c. Stephanie Woodard; photos c. their owners, Stephanie Woodard, Mallery Quetawki, and Joseph Zummo.






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