Interviews with Eric Bernando and Peter Bauer (Urban Scout) from a local Chinook Jargon Class. An interview wth Robert Miller, a lawyer and law professor at Lewis and Clark College, author of "America, Discovered and Conquered." The Angry Indian Minute. Shusli's commentary on Veteran's Day.
Tillicum Wawa interviewed Iokepa and Inette on Thursday, November 25. This amazing couple hail out of Hawaii, Iokepa being a Native Hawaiian and a spiritual leader, Inette his Jewish wife, are in the midst of a journey across the U.S. for what they call Return Voyage. Inette's book, "Grandmothers Whisper" is now available. The book is about the early part of her journey with Iokepa. This wonderful couple have lived on the beach in Hawaii for 10 years, and plan to go back soon.
As well, Eli Baseler played ukele on this show. Thank you all. The show was coordinated by Shusli, and this was the best show I have ever participated in.
As well, John Talley of the former program "Indian World" dropped by and asked a few questions.
On Thursday, December 2, Shusli and Eugene did a John Trudell Special. Due to a misunderstanding on Eugene's part, there was 1 day notice for the show. We also read some news from Intercontinental Cry.
Left to Right: Vicki "Redwillow" Creel, Tawna Sanchez, Eugene Johnson, Rhonda "Shusli" Baseler, Sara Libby
On Thursday, January 6, "Tillicum Wawa: Voices of the People," had two Native American Youth and Family Center interviews. We interviewed Sara Libby, Homeownership Program Manager, and Tawna Sanchez, Director of Family Services.
On Thursday, January 13, we enjoyed having Jan Michael Looking Wolf and his guitarist Nathan Meyers on "Tillicum Wawa: Voices of the People." He also brought his son, Shane Michael, and the woman who paints the covers of his albums, Cora Crabtree. It was a fun and great show! Jan played a song he hasn't recorded and played a lot of live songs as well. He and his son also talked about the charity work that they do. Enjoy!