Wednesday, March 19, 2008


Something I found interesting, podcasts of a radio show from Middletown CT that I got to from the main page of the site:

Wednesday, Jan 30, 2008
10-02-07 Oral Histories at Schaghticoke: Trudie Lamb Richmond
Download this episode (55 min)
Trudie Lamb Richmond delivers a talk titled, "Oral Histories at Schaghticoke: Shared Stories- Shared Histories-One People." Richmond is an esteemed elder of the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation, and is a renowned a storyteller who has performed at hundreds of festivals. From 1974-1986, she was Assistant Director of American Indians for Development in Meriden, CT, while serving on the Connecticut Indian Affairs Council. In 1987, Connecticut Governor William O'Neill appointed her to a task force on Native American issues. From 1988-1996, she was the Assistant Director for Public Programs, and then the Director of Education, at the Institute for American Indian Studies in Washington, CT. In 2003, she became the Mashantucket Pequot Museum's Director of Public Programs. Original air-date: 10-02-07

Sunday, Jan 27, 2008
4-30-07 Native New England Under Seige
Download this episode (50 min)
Host J. Kehaulani Kauanui, Ph.D. (Kanaka Maoli) offersan overview of current political issues facing tribal nations in NewEngland and the role of the states in opposing their quest for sovereignrecognition. Original air date: 4-30-07

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