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*** Radio Aula Mundi (the station where no languages and all languages are spoken) … A multilingual mix of music, poetry, lectures, languages, interviews, documentaries, recipes, and a lot more, co-produced with the students of the ‘Aula Mundi International Cultural Center’ … *** Radio Aula Mundi (la estación donde se hablan ningún idioma y todos los idiomas) … Un mix multilingüe de música, poesía, conferencias, idiomas, entrevistas, documentales, recetas, y mucho más, coproducido con los al ...
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Sara Calvosa Olson (Karuk) is a food writer and editor living in the Bay Area with her husband and two sons. Her work focuses on the intersection of storytelling, indigenous food systems, security, sovereignty, reconnection, and recipe development. She is a Karuk asiktávaan (woman) and táat (mother) of two sons, and she grew up in Salyer and Hoopa,…
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Bridging The Gap # 25: Jim Shaw, an American artist based in Los Angeles, has a question for Arielle Vakni, a vocalist, songwriter, producer, instrumentalist and music teacher, based in Taos, New Mexico, and Hattie Lee Mendoza, a member of the Cherokee Nation whose art is inspired by her native ancestry, but also by a rural Kansas upbringing, based…
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Bridging The Gap # 24: Question for Lucky (Luck) Salway, a largely self-taught multidisciplinary Tohono-Oodham / Oglala-Lakota artist, designer, lyricist, and muralist... ••• Amy Juan, a Tohono O'odham cultural activist, has a question in Tohono O'odham and English for Lucky (Luck) Salway, a largely self-taught multidisciplinary Tohono-Oodham / Ogl…
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Bridging The Gap # 23: Question for Dorianne Laux, a multiple award-winning American poet… ••• Jim Bachor, a graphic designer and mosaic artist based in Chicago, Illinois, has a question for Dorianne Laux, a multiple award-winning American poet, based in Richmond, California… ••• Dorianne Laux is a multiple award-winning American poet. She has rece…
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Bridging The Gap # 22: Question for Vincent Schilling, an Akwesasne Mohawk author, public speaker, and journalist… ••• Eric J. García, a multidisciplinary artist and political activist, has a question for Vincent Schilling, an Akwesasne Mohawk author, public speaker, and journalist… ••• Vincent Schilling, Akwesasne Mohawk, is an author, public spea…
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Bridging The Gap # 21: Question for Arielle Vakni, a vocalist, songwriter, producer, instrumentalist and music teacher, based in Taos, New Mexico… ••• Karen Harryman, an American poet based in Los Angeles, California, has a question for Arielle Vakni, a vocalist, songwriter, producer, instrumentalist and music teacher, based in Taos, New Mexico… ••…
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Bridging the gap # 20: Question for Pete Sands, a Diné (Navajo) performer, artist, musician, filmmaker, and activist... ••• Pete Sands is a Diné (Navajo) performer, artist, musician, filmmaker, and activist. He is the creator of ‘Navajo Highways’, a puppet show starring Ash and Sadie, two fictional characters, teaching and discussing Navajo languag…
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Bridging the gap # 19: Question for Thea Hopkins, an award-winning indigenous songwriter… ••• Carol C, the lead singer and co-founder of the popular electronic soul band, Si*Sé, has a question for Thea Hopkins, an indigenous performing songwriter from Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts… ••• A member of the Aquinnah Wampanoag tribe of Martha’s Vineyar…
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Sheryl Youngblood is a Chicago Blues Hall-Of-Famer and Gospel Grammy Group Award Winner. Her wide-ranging repertoire includes Gospel, R&B and the Blues. As a performer her goal is to touch everyone possible musically and make them feel better than they did when they arrived to the show. ••• https://sherylyoungbloodband.com/ https://www.instagram.co…
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Margo Robbins is a Yurok basketweaver, part of a tradition in her Northern Californian nation that stretches back centuries upon centuries. She is the co-founder and executive director of Cultural Fire Management Council (CFMC). She facilitates the Cultural Burn Training Exchange (TREX) on the Yurok Reservation. Margo’s work aims to restore the eco…
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Pressure Drop is based on the musical partnership of Justin Langlands and Dave Henley. Pressure Drop's music was born out of a musical fusion reflecting the multi-ethnic culture they both grew up with in London during a golden age in 20th century music. Alongside other luminaries such as Massive Attack, Smith and Mighty, The Sandals and Young Disci…
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Sunburnt Stone is a band based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Their music combines various influences and genres between country, blues, rock, and Americana. All the band members, Andrew Wilson, Daryl Young, and Nichole Tsosie, are Diné, members of the Navajo Nation. Their songs generally reflect experiences in life, sunset skies, and the pains of bro…
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Pete Sands is a Diné (Navajo) performer, artist, musician, filmmaker, and activist. He is the creator of ‘Navajo Highways’, a puppet show starring Ash and Sadie, two fictional characters, teaching and discussing Navajo language, traditions, and culture. In 2020, he was recognized by Time Magazine as one of its ‘Guardians of the Year’ for creating t…
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