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Part Three Indigenous Panel at the 2015 Earth First Rondy.mp3
July 07, 2015 08:30 AM PDT
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This section starts with Maria Girouard of the Penobscot Nation answering a question about the Wabanaki Confederacy.
Maria also shares a song, For All My People

Recorded by Moccasin tracks at the Earth First Rondy in the so-called Green Mountain National Forest. Tashalie McKay introduces each of these Indigenous speakers. Dee BrightStar opens. (Abenaki) Maria Girouard(Penobscot) is the founder of the Dawnland Environmental defense, historian and teacher of Native water and fishing rights. Charlie Magaso is from the Nulhegan Abenaki Tribe. Questions were asked of the panelincluding: How do you see the legacy of colonization? and the possibilities of decolization?

Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting on WRUV FM Burlington Tuesdays noon-3PM at 90.1FM and wruv.org where the program is archives for one week. Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting at WJSC FM Johnson Mondays at 11AM-3PM with the Wildside and Ruth Wilder. At 90.7FM and here: http://155.42.39.253:8000/stream
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
radiowithdeb@gmail.com wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

Part Two Indigenous Panel at the 2015 Earth First Rondy.mp3
July 07, 2015 08:23 AM PDT
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Part two of the indigenous panel recorded by Moccasin Tracks July 3, 2015 at the Earth First annual Rondezvous at the so-called Green mountain National Forest.

Recorded by Moccasin tracks at the Earth First Rondy in the so-called Green Mountain National Forest. Tashalie McKay introduces each of these Indigenous speakers. Dee BrightStar opens. (Abenaki) Maria Girouard(Penobscot) is the founder of the Dawnland Environmental defense, historian and teacher of Native water and fishing rights. Charlie Magaso is from the Nulhegan Abenaki Tribe. Questions were asked of the panelincluding: How do you see the legacy of colonization? and the possibilities of decolonization?
Share some of the things that work when in collaboration with non-natives.

Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting on WRUV FM Burlington Tuesdays noon-3PM at 90.1FM and wruv.org where the program is archives for one week. Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting at WJSC FM Johnson Mondays at 11AM-3PM with the Wildside and Ruth Wilder. At 90.7FM and here: http://155.42.39.253:8000/stream
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
radiowithdeb@gmail.com
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

Part One Indigenous Panel at the 2015 Earth First Rondy.mp3
July 07, 2015 08:09 AM PDT
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Recorded by Moccasin tracks at the Earth First Rondy in the so-called Green Mountain National Forest. Tashalie McKay introduces each of these Indigenous speakers.
Dee BrightStar opens. (Abenaki)
Maria Girouard(Penobscot) is the founder of the Dawnland Environmental defense, historian and teacher of Native water and fishing rights.
Charlie Magaso is from the Nulhegan Abenaki Tribe.

Questions were asked of the panelincluding:
How do you see the legacy of colonization?
and the possibilities of decolization?

Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting on WRUV FM Burlington Tuesdays noon-3PM at 90.1FM and wruv.org where the program is archives for one week. Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting at WJSC FM Johnson Mondays at 11AM-3PM with the Wildside and Ruth Wilder. At 90.7FM and here:
http://155.42.39.253:8000/stream
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
radiowithdeb@gmail.com
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

Carole Blodgett on Moccasin Tracks.mp3
June 05, 2015 11:08 AM PDT
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We talked to Carole Bubar Blodgett June 2, 2015 at WRUV Burlington Vermont with Moccasin Tracks co-host Dee BrightStar and Deb Reger.
www.waterislifewalk.wordpress.com

The Walk will start July 16 from the headwaters at the Mashahaug Pond to the convergence of the Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers.
End date is July 31 with a full moon ceremony.

nurturethechildren@hotmail.com

Music credits:
Black Hawk Singers; Song For The Firekeepers; Timbered Lake: Requiem For The Gulf; Water Song with the Spirit Of Thunderheart Singers; Thunder Beings from White Buffalo CD; Doug Foote, Hear My Prayer

Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting on WRUV FM Burlington Tuesdays noon-3PM at 90.1FM and wruv.org where the program is archives for one week. Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting at WJSC FM Johnson Mondays at 11AM-3PM with the Wildside and Ruth Wilder. At 90.7FM and on the internet. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
radiowithdeb@gmail.com

Bahii Keediniihii on Moccasin Tracks, May 4, 2015.mp3
May 06, 2015 10:36 AM PDT
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We talk to (Bahe) from the traditional territory of the Dine People. We learn he has been an interpreter for Elders of Big Mountain where a resistance to the Federal Relocation Bill of US Congress circa 1972 has existed for many more years than that. Bahe suggests we look at laws of the 1800's and more.

He has archives of his meetings with the Elders thru the years. These are sometimes just hand written. Find more of his gifts, his writings here: http://sheepdognationrocks.blogspot.com/

Stay with us for future interviews with Bahii Keediniihii.

Music Credits
Casper and the Mighty 602 Band, Honor The People CD
Traditional Navajo Music, EdLee Natay

Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting on WRUV FM Burlington Tuesdays noon-3PM at 90.1FM and wruv.org where the program is archives for one week. Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting at WJSC FM Johnson Mondays at 11AM-3PM with the Wildside and Ruth Wilder. At 90.7FM and on the internet. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
radiowithdeb@gmail.com

Dee BrightStar (Abenaki) On Moccasin Tracks With Lorraine Rekmans (Serpent River First Nation Band Of Ojibwa).mp3
April 30, 2015 07:49 AM PDT
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Broadcasting from the campus of the University of Vermont, Moccasin Tracks host Deb Reger is joined by Abenaki Elder, Dee BrightStar who greets the listeners with welcoming to N'Dakinna the ancestral homeland of the Abenaki Peoples. Greeting song by Black Hawk Singers in Abenaki language.

Lorraine Rekmans joins us in a conversation about the Uranium Mining that desecrated her First Nation Ojibwa Band of Serpent River First Nation traditional territories.

We talk about the consequences and the alarming amount of dams that are holding forever the nuclear waste of industry that continues to expand its poisons. The world uranium symposium recently is circulating a petition to ask governments to leave uranium in the ground and stop producing nuclear waste as well as stop the desecration of Indigenous Lands and Populations of Life that live in the most remote areas of Mother Earth. Lorraine tells us of the many consequences her peoples and traditional lands have suffered including over 80 dams/lakes that hold this radioactive and chemical waste.

http://uranium2015.com/en/news/quebec-declaration-uranium

This Is My Homeland: Stories of the effects of nuclear industries by people of the Serpent River First Nation and the north shore of Lake Huron

http://lcnp.org/pubs/homelandbk.htm

Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting on WRUV FM Burlington Tuesdays noon-3PM at 90.1FM and wruv.org where the program is archives for one week. Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting at WJSC FM Johnson Mondays at 11AM-3PM with the Wildside and Ruth Wilder. At 90.7FM and on the internet. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks

radiowithdeb@gmail.com

Indigenous History With David Stewart-Smith And Revealing Sacred Sites
December 08, 2014 11:43 AM PST
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Music Credit
Red Tail Casing Hawks, Morning Song
Steven Rushingwind, Red Beaten Path
Red Hawk Woman, In the Flow

We talk with David Stewart-Smith at WOOL FM Bellows Falls (Dec 2, 2014), Vermont in a conversation about revealing Native Identity and Sacred Sites that need to be protected in New England. His work has been over 30 plus years of historical research, teaching and working on archaeologic sites. He lectures in New Hampshire, Vermont and throughout with New Hampshire Humanities Council, NH Native American Intertribal Council and is the Penacook Tribal Historian.
http://www.nhhc.org/

This interview with Moccasin Tracks includes a conversation with co-hosts Dee Brightstar (Abenaki) and Kapiolani Laronal (Hawaiian).
Kapiolani is the Director for Native American Program at Dartmouth.
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~nap/

Moccasin Tracks is broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington Tuesdays noon-3PM thru Jan 2015 at 90.1FM and wruv.org where the program is archives for one week.
Moccasin Tracks is broadcast at WJSC FM Johnson Mondays at 11AM-3PM with the Wildside and Ruth Wilder. At 90.7FM and on the internet.
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
radiowithdeb@gmail.com

Bear Clan Pow Wow, July 20, 2014
July 23, 2014 04:29 PM PDT
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Music Credits: Salif Keita, M'Bembe; Ed Kabotie, Clouds; Azban Drum; First Light Drum; Indigie Femme, Journey Song and Fire Sparkles from the fire at St Albans Bay Park

Moccasin Tracks from the WRUV, July 22 broadcast featuring audio from the Bear Clan Pow Wow at St Albans Bay Park. We hear Grandfather Phil introducing the days activities and talking to Moccasin Tracks. We recorded on location at the park. Short interview with Crystal and Victoria of the Azban Drum, George Larabee speaks about Abenaki language, Phyliss Larabee reads her poetry, and drumming includes intergenerational and intertribal.

Thanks to the the Drum groups, Grandfather Phil and friends that make this event happen every year and allow Moccasin Tracks to record for community radio broadcast.

Summer 2014
Moccasin Tracks broadcasts on WJSC Johnson, Mondays from 10AM-2PM with The Wildside and Ruth Wilder at 90.7FM and online
Tuesdays at WRUV Burlington noon-3PM at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org

A Conversation with Traditional Spiritual Elder, Racheal WhiteBear on Moccasin Tracks.mp3
October 12, 2013 07:32 AM PDT
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Moccasin Tracks, recorded from the Live Broadcast at Goddard College Community Radio on Oct 10, 2013 this conversation with Racheal Whitebear.

Racheal a Traditional Spiritual Elder offers her services on the website for the Missisquoi Abenaki people. http://tribal.abenakination.com/

In her candid story she describes as a circle story is a lesson story as well. A hard time in her life restored a connection with her Abenaki Peoples
Racheal tells us she enjoys Naming Ceremonies and is kept busy with the work for her people. An honor to talk with Racheal she invites all people to contact her if you have a question.

Moccasin Tracks, Thursdays WGDR Plainfield 2-4PM
Fridays for Fall Semester, noon-2PM WRUV FM Burlington
Mondays, WJSC Johnson noon-4PM
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wgdr.moccasintracks@gmail.com

Chief Stanley Jason George, Whapmagoostui First Nation on Moccasin Tracks.mp3
January 31, 2013 05:10 PM PST
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From The Great Whale River in Hudson Bay, Chief Stanley Jason George of the Whapmagoostui Cree First Nation, Quebec Canada visits with Moccasin Tracks, Jan 31, 2013.

Chief George humbly tells us of "The Journey of Nishiyuu"...how the youth approached him and his personal reflections. This is a journey to watch as the youth gather support and arrive to Parliament Hill.


From the Facebook site, this description:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/351350614972320/
please use above link for facebook site******

The Quest of Wisjinichu-Nishiyuu, Quest For Unity

Summary:
7 Youth with two guides wish to walk to Ottawa and arrive in... Parliament Hill. This is a strong message to prove to other First Nations across Canada that the Cree Nation of Quebec are not sellouts, but keepers of the Language, Culture, Tradition and more importantly; today, we still carry the sacred laws of our ancestors.

Mission:
This Quest-Journey will establish and unite our historical allies and restore our traditional trade routes with the Algonquin, Mohawk and other First Nations. The time for Unity is now.

Vision:
Through Unity and Harmony, the quest will revive the voices of our “Anskushiyouch”. Their voices will be heard once more. With their guidance and strength, the Truth to all the sacred teachings will be revived and we will become once more, a powerful United Nations across Turtle Island.

The warriors have awaken and will rise:

The Cree people have always been fierce warriors; they have always been the gatekeepers of the North. They have had many battles and disputes over the territory, and to this day we have never surrendered our land to no nation, not now, not ever.

This land, the earth, the rivers, the winds, the mountains, the clouds and all of the creation, we are the true keepers and will continue to do so until time on earth is over. This Quest, it is time the Youth become the Warriors and the leaders for they are the “Anskushshiyouch” as foretold. The Earth Walkers, the beings put here on earth to protect all of Chisamanitou's Creation. In unity, in harmony, in peace, we will achieve.

www.facebook.com/The Journey of Nishiyuu

www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks

Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting on WRUV FM Burlington Tuesdays noon-3PM at 90.1FM and wruv.org where the program is archives for one week. Moccasin Tracks is broadcasting at WJSC FM Johnson Mondays at 11AM-3PM with the Wildside and Ruth Wilder. At 90.7FM and on the internet. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
radiowithdeb@gmail.com

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