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Quileute Tribe Seeks to Relocate Village

The Quileute Tribe of Wasthington State are introducing bills into congress to get their village moved. Here is a link to their video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYksWOoP9pU

Here is a link to the Quileute tribal website:

http://www.quileutenation.org/

A Few Pics from Winter Drive

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Pics of Linda Meanus and Trish Jordan

 On Thursday, March 10, the 54th anniversary of the flooding of Celilo Falls by the United States government through the Corps of Engineers, Tillicum Wawa: Voices of the People interviewed Linda Meanus, grandaughter of the fishing chief Tommy Thompson, and Linda Meanus from the Red Lodge Transition Services.

Sacred Sites

Sacred Sites

 

On Thursday, January 27, Tillicum Wawa: Voices of the People discussed the issues of the destruction of sacred sites. Currently, Nakota Energy LLC, is planning on oil drilling in the surrounding areas of Bear Butte, the mountain most sacred to many plains tribes, such as the Lakota, Nakota, Dakota, Cheyenne, Arapaho, etc.

Photos from the Tillicum Wawa Interviews of Michelle Singer and Dr. Dale Walker of the One Sky Cente

Located in this cute little building on the OHSU campus is...The One Sky Center, the center for American Indian health education and research.

Indian Health Care

 

Back Row (left to right): Michelle J. Singer BS (Navajo), Laura Loudon MS, Patricia Silk Walker PhD (Cherokee), Susan Halada
Front Row (left to right): Douglas Bigelow PhD, R. Dale Walker MD (Cherokee). Not pictured: Ann Kovas, MPH, Jacki Bianconi, MS

Tonight on "Tillicum Wawa: Voices of the People," we will be interviewing Dr. Dale Walker, President of the

Jan Michael Looking Wolf on Tillicum Wawa, 1-13-11

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!

Here is the link to the podcast.

Here is the link to our website.
 

Jan Michael Looking Wolf

Jan Michael Looking Wolf

 
Listen in January 13th to KBOO 90.7FM at 6PM to hear Jan Michael Looking Wolf on Tillicum Wawa:Voices of the People,

Pictures from Ed Edmo Interview, 12-23-10

Left to right: John Edmo, Shusli, Ed Edmo, Redwillow, Eugene

Podcast of 12-16-10 Program

For some reason, as technology is lately driving me absolutely crazy with my meager attempts to figure out how to do this, the podcast for our 12-16-10 did not make it onto our particular website. Thus, if you wish to listen to our 12-16-10 program, about Wounded Knee, Yontocket, the Cherokee Trail of Tears, and getting to know who we are, you can listen at THIS LINK!

Thank you!

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