Best tlingit podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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This language podcast is dedicated to supporting language learners, teachers, and speakers. It was produced by Sealaska Heritage Institute—a regional, Native nonprofit serving the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian—in partnership with SERRC—Alaska’s Educational Resource Center. Compiled by SHI Language Coordinator Katrina Hotch, a language learner, and funded by the Department of Education Alaska Native Education Program. Content of this podcast does not necessarily represent the policy of DOE, an ...
 
This language podcast is dedicated to supporting language learners, teachers, and speakers. It was produced by Sealaska Heritage Institute—a regional, Native nonprofit serving the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian—in partnership with SERRC—Alaska’s Educational Resource Center. Compiled by SHI Language Coordinator Katrina Hotch, a language learner, and funded by the Department of Education Alaska Native Education Program. Content of this podcast does not necessarily represent the policy of DOE, an ...
 
Thirty years ago -- in the second year of our marriage -- my husband Gene and I (with our toddler Brooke in tow) took -- what turned out to be -- a glorious two month motor trip across Canada and Alaska -- starting in Quebec and winding up in British Columbia. I still smile as I think of Gene shaving in our motor home’s rear view mirror on a cool morning by a pristine lake in Yukon Territory. I still cherish the extraordinary kindness of a farmer in Saskatchewan who rescued us from a ditch w ...
 
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Many of us are inspired at the thought of taking a journey of self discovery. Irene Skyriver took just such a journey—an epic solo kayaking trip to find herself and a new sense of connection with her ancestors. In her memoir Paddling with Spirits she chronicled her solo voyage from Alaska to her home in Washington’s San Juan Islands. Town Hall ...…
 
Today we’re going to take a trip up north to visit our Canadian neighbors, but then we’re going to hang a tight left and travel back west back to land of the free, and the home of the brave. That’s right, Willy, we are going to visit the vast, untamed state of Alaska, so put on your parka and your ski pants and an extra pair of socks. You didn’ ...…
 
In this interview, Hans, Jessica, and Josh share things they enjoy about language in the classroom, their learning techniques, and what they enjoy about Tlingit language.
 
The underlined x, x̱ , is one of the 8 X-sounds in Tlingit. The underline lets you know that this sound is produced from farther back in your mouth and is sometimes difficult to pronounce since we aren't used to producing that kind of sound in English. This episode contains examples of words that have this sound. Fluent speaker examples by Nora ...…
 
The underlined k, ḵ , sound comes from farther back and is sometimes difficult to pronounce since we aren't used to producing that kind of sound in English. This episode contains examples of this sound. Fluent speaker examples by Nora Marks Dauenhauer, Johnny Marks, June Pegues, Marsha Hotch, and David Katzeek.…
 
It was in 1878 that George Hamilton's saltery at Klawock on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska was turned into the North Pacific Trading and Packing Co. It was Alaska's first salmon cannery. Fred Hamilton is the 96 year old grandson of George Hamilton, the founder of this cannery. This summer, I got to speak with Fred and a host of othe ...…
 
How can shared space drive artistic, healing collaborations? How can art address global warming, gender identity, ancestral teachings, and the importance of local community? Indigenous artists Rosanna Raymond, Léuli Māzyār Lunaʻi Eshrāghi, and Ricky Tagaban share their experiences with the 'Ae Kai Culture Lab, July 7–9 in Honolulu, Hawai'i.…
 
Inupiaq and Tlingit poet Ishmael Hope understands the importance of culture and its tie to place. In his new collection of poetry titled “Rock Piles Along the Eddy,” he illuminates just how the two are woven together. Poems like “Indigenous Thought” and “Caribou Hunters Out At Camp” are two out of dozens of thought-provoking works. His word pla ...…
 
Inupiaq and Tlingit poet Ishmael Hope understands the importance of culture and its tie to place. In his new collection of poetry titled “Rock Piles Along the Eddy,” he illuminates just how the two are woven together. Poems like “Indigenous Thought” and “Caribou Hunters Out At Camp” are two out of dozens of thought-provoking works. His word pla ...…
 
123- Gabby Smith (O (Eskimeaux)). While on tour together, Gabby and Yoni get together in Boston, backstage at the Sinclair, for a talk. They discuss Gabby’s upbringing in New York, changing her band name from Eskimeaux to O, the idea of trying to find her Tlingit birth family, her musical beginnings, Gabby’s Brooklyn music scene, and her writin ...…
 
123- Gabby Smith (O (Eskimeaux)). While on tour together, Gabby and Yoni get together in Boston, backstage at the Sinclair, for a talk. They discuss Gabby’s upbringing in New York, changing her band name from Eskimeaux to O, the idea of trying to find her Tlingit birth family, her musical beginnings, Gabby’s Brooklyn music scene, and her writin ...…
 
Senate Indian Affairs Committee holds informal listening session after business affected by President Trump’s firing of FBI DirectorTlingit and Haida Tribes president seeks accountability from Alaska state lawmaker after comments made about abortions and rural villages
 
In honor of Earth Day, we’re starting off a week of shows devoted to environmental issues with a discussion about totem poles. For the communities that create them, they hold significant cultural value and are much more than art. There are many tribes in Canada and the U.S.—including the Tlingit, Haida and the Tsimshian, to name a few—that carv ...…
 
At 19, Preston Singletary was the night watchman at Rob Adamson’s Glass Eye studio in Seattle. Three months later he started blowing glass, working with his childhood friend Dante Marioni. Both artists credit a visit from Italian Maestro Lino Tagliapietra as well as Pilchuck classes with inspiring their subsequent successful careers in glass. I ...…
 
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