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Ep.019 | Setting Sun Productions Presents: David Boxley and the Git Hoan Singers

8/29/2019
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Listen to the rich sounds of the Git Hoan singers and dancers recorded live at the Setting Sun Dance Festival at Whatcom Community College. Led by Tsimshian master artist David Boxley.

Ep.017 | Our Relative from the Amazon and Ecuador & Special Guests : Music

1/15/2019
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This episode we have a relative from the Amazon, and Ecuador who will share with us some music and stories of his homeland. We also have some more music from local Lummi Tribal member Tonya Teton, and Alexandra Blakely from Sammamish and Duwamish territory. We hope that you get a chance to listen to these beautiful songs they have for you.

Duration:00:26:34

Ep.016 | Interview with Relative Nolan Charles (Musqueam) : Coast Salish relative shares stories and thoughts

1/15/2019
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In this episode our relative Nolan Charles from Musqueam shares with us some of his life stories and thoughts about the border, salmon, and the future.

Duration:00:42:33

Ep. 015 | Salmon Occupation Update - Alert Bay: Interview with Jon Carroll

1/11/2019
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Jon Carroll gives our listeners an update of the Net Pen Salmon Occupation in Alert Bay Vancouver Island BC

Duration:00:20:42

Ep. 014 | The Strength to Run: Interview with Kevin Villars & Mike Washington

1/11/2019
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Before Kevin Villars there was Enrique Medina. Enrique, head of the Lummi HS track coach, lead the team to win state title with only 4 people. After he left he was replaced by Kevin Villars who had to pick up the pieces Enrique left. From that time the team has grown, including 26 boys and 12 girls (a 4 fold increase). Kevin himself began in track only after he was forced to partake in it before he could play baseball. However, once the opportunity to play baseball came he decided to stay...

Duration:00:28:07

Ep. 013 | Salmon and Cultural Conservation for All Peoples

4/30/2018
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Dana Wilson, a Lummi fisherman, believes that the more salmon disappear, the more Coast Salish peoples lose their knowledge of the salmon, and fishing, as a way of life. Dana also believes that the State of Washington sees habitat restoration as an expensive endeavor, and that we all need to push ourselves to make sacrifices for salmons’ future. David Montgomery, a UW professor of geology, wrote the book, King of Fish: The Thousand-Year Run of Salmon, which details the historical events that...

Duration:00:55:44

Ep.012 | Nancy Shippentower-Games Shares Her Experiences of Indigenous Activism in the Fish Wars & Today

2/27/2018
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We invited our friend Nancy Shippentower-Games to speak at the Whatcom Human Rights Task Force’s 20 th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Conference, at Whatcom Community College. The title of the 2018 conference was “50 Years of freedom or 50 Years of fear?; Chaos or Community? Where do we go from here?” Shippentower-Games speaks of the courage it takes to organize communities in the face of societal oppression. She believes that in sharing her story she passes the values of...

Duration:00:49:44

Ep.011 | Remembering the Past with Nancy Shippentower-Games

2/27/2018
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Nancy Shippentower is a member of the Northwest Fishing Commission, a member of the Puyallup nation, and a fighter for tribal and fishing rights. Her parents are Jackie McCloud and Tom McCloud. She grew up in a family invested in the fishing wars during the 50’ and 60’s. She told us about how her father and their relatives went to jail for 60 days. When they were in jail the other inmates didn’t believe that they were there for fishing, and they asked the guards if they were telling the...

Duration:00:34:00

Ep.010 | Meeting Jay Julius, New Elected Chairman of the Lummi Nation

12/15/2017
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Jeremiah Julius spoke with Darrell about his seventh year elected to the council, now the Chairman of Lummi nations. Jeremiah introduces himself as a father of three and an avid fisherman who loves serving his people. He is in his first 30 days as the chairman, and it feels like “drinking water from a firehose.” He’s already formed a team, setting the goals and plans they’ll seek to accomplish in the upcoming years as he continues to adjust to this eye-opening and fulfilling job. Jeremiah...

Duration:00:32:50

Ep.008 | Rez Music from the 60's & 70's

5/20/2017
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In this episode, We go through the ages of the 60's & 70's of what was going on around the Lummi Rez with our Host Darrell Hillaire & his guest Robert Muzzy. They talk about music and what was happening around them during the release of these songs. This is a fun episode full of great hits, so make sure you turn up your volume while listening to this one!

Duration:00:59:37

Ep.007 | Womens March

5/20/2017
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In this episode of Friends & Relatives, we gather a group of women together to talk about the current situation that has come up in today's mainstream discussion. We gather opinions from the youngest of our guests as well as the knowledge of the oldest. We hope that you enjoy the cross spectrum of views that we were able to gather from these wonderful women :)

Duration:00:39:03

Ep.006 | Dana Wilson: "A LIFETIME OF FISHING IN THE SALISH SEA”

4/7/2017
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Dana will speak about the changes of the Salish Sea through the lens of someone who has spent a lifetime on its water. In addition, he will remark on what he considers high priority research needs.

Duration:00:49:09

Ep.005 | Interview with Brian Cladoosby

4/6/2017
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Tonight on Friends and Relatives we have the honor of interviewing one of Indian countries main leaders.

Duration:00:58:54

Ep.004 | Interview with Rikkole Cree Canoe Club

3/28/2017
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he Nooksack Tribe to talk to us about the upcoming War Canoe season upon us,

Duration:00:58:30

Ep.003 | Interview with Dr. Dakotah Lane

2/22/2017
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Talk to us about your journey and what lead you to become a Dr. for you and your people

Duration:01:00:02

Ep.002 | Interview with Tim Ballew II

2/22/2017
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Get to know Tim Ballew II

Duration:00:44:42

Ep.001 | Interview with Jewell "Praying Wolf" James

2/21/2017
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In today’s show, we’re recognizing of the 160th anniversary of the Point Elliot Treaty of 1855.

Duration:00:51:13