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We broadcast a live community radio show at WJSC FM Johnson and WRUV FM Burlington called Moccasin Tracks featuring Indigenous,...


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June 02, 2016 11:55 AM PDT

Water Song by Gabriel Paul sung by Leigh Neptune; Joanne Shenandoah from Nature Dance; Circle of Life

We talk to Carole Bubar-Blodgett on Moccasin Tracks about the Water Is Life Walk Penobscot River 2016. (https://waterislifewalk.wordpress.com/)
https://waterislifewalk.wordpress.com/donate/

Contact: Carole Blodgett
Home ~ 860-315- 7034
Cell ~ 860-336- 6819 (no reception at home ~ only for on the road)
NurtureTheChildren@hotmail.com (Water is Life in the subject line)

Moccasin Tracks is produced and broadcast from FM community radio, WRUV FM Burlington which is in N'Dakinna, the ancestral homeland of the Abenaki Nation also called Vermont. Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, wruv.org and 90.1FM radiowithdeb.wordpress.com www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com Moccasin Tracks is syndicated on Pacifica Radio Network.

March 17, 2016 11:36 AM PDT

Music credits: Sharon Burch; The Colors of My Heart from Canyon Records
Flute music with Mary Youngblood from Silver Waves Records and Omamha Hethush Dance from Vintage Collections of Canyon Records Traditional Voices CD

Princella Parker Redcorn is the Communications Officer for the National Indigenous Womens Resource Center www.niwrc.org

She talks to us from Oklahoma the traditional territory of the Osage Nation. She tells us about the initiatives and projects of the organization. The magazine restoration.niwrc.org can be found on their website and gives an overview of work being done which includes policy and implementation of the Violence Against Women Act and the work to ament in 2018. Their Native Love project works with youth.

Princella helped to produce a movie Medicine Woman that will be aired on PBS this fall is about the first Native woman, Dr. Susan Picotte, from the Omaha Nation to graduate with a medical degree in 1889.

the link to Restoration Magazine: http://restoration.niwrc.org/files/Restoration-V13.1.pdf
link to teaser for "Medicine Woman": https://youtu.be/Hjpf7NTDEEg
link to NativeLove: http://nativelove.niwrc.org/

Moccasin Tracks is produced and broadcast from FM community radio, WRUV FM Burlington which is in N'Dakinna, the ancestral homeland of the Abenaki Nation also called Vermont. Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, wruv.org and 90.1FM radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com
Moccasin Tracks is syndicated on Pacifica Radio Network.

March 17, 2016 11:35 AM PDT

Music Credits: Fresh Water by by Arlo Hannigan and Bryan Muktoyuk (http://arlohanniganandbryanmuktoyuk.bandcamp.com/releases) and
Joanne Shanendoah, Nature's Dance from Nature Dance CD and Red Hawk Woman with Life Is water (https://soundcloud.com/redhawk-woman/life-is-water
This is a segment of the broadcast of Moccasin Tracks broadcast May 31 from WRUV FM Burlington. Music and We talk to Dr Farina King. She was the organizer for Water River Life-Giver at the Dartmouth College, April 29, 2016. In this conversation we talk about water settlement issues and the great responsibility we all have to water. Appreciating the opportunity to talk with Farina and hear her perspective as she is a recent graduate. Her experience at Dartmouth brought the conversation to our greater community and it is an ongoing conversation that can only deepen our connections to Water and all Life. Thank-you for listening and protecting water.

http://waterriverlifegiver.org/ (and on facebook)

Moccasin Tracks is produced and broadcast from FM community radio, WRUV FM Burlington which is in N'Dakinna, the ancestral homeland of the Abenaki Nation also called Vermont. Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, wruv.org and 90.1FM radiowithdeb.wordpress.com www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com Moccasin Tracks is syndicated on Pacifica Radio Network.

March 11, 2016 10:41 AM PST

Music Credit Red Beaten Path by Stephen Rushingwind

We talk to Leadhorse Choctaw this week on Moccasin Tracks. He is traveling from Mexico to Guatemala and ElSalvador with the Stickball Game of Peace. In this interview Leadhorse shares about traveling and this journey of Peace from Guatemala to El Salvador. He is currently living on the traditional territory of the Mohawk Nation and continues ceremony and walking and sharing peace and a way of life that respects the ancestors and traditional ceremony and encourages us all to keep the ceremonies.

Moccasin Tracks is produced and broadcast from FM community radio, WRUV FM Burlington which is in N'Dakinna, the ancestral homeland of the Abenaki Nation also called Vermont. Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, wruv.org and 90.1FM radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com Moccasin Tracks is syndicated on Pacifica Radio Network.

March 11, 2016 10:22 AM PST

All music by Indigie Femme, www.indigiefemme.com
Sacred Mountain Man, Little Moms from Justify CD and Powerful Women from Indigie Femme EP, Maori Songs CD

We talk with Tash Terry and Elena Higgins from our Moccasin Tracks broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, University of Vermont student and community radio, March 8, 2016.
Tash tells us about making music that is creating bridges into other cultures and thru those pathways she says we can mend and heal as one. Indigie Femme's music she says drops the walls of discrimination.
From Elena we appreciate her words of encouragement and all the ways she uses music to empower women and create healing as music can thru language and the prayers the music contains.

A pleasure to talk with these mission-driven musicians who share their music and encourage us all to "Sing Your Song" says Elena.

Indigie Femme
2013 APC - Best International Duo, 2012 NMMA winners, 2011 NAMMY winners, double NMMA winners & Sacramento Women of Color & Diversity Honorees, 2010 CAMA & NAMMY nominees
www.indigiefemme.com
www.reverbnation.com/indigiefemme
www.facebook.com/indigiefemme
www.youtube.com/indigiefemme1
www.twitter.com/indigiefemme
www.myspace.com/indigiefemme.com

Moccasin Tracks is produced and broadcast from FM community radio, WRUV FM Burlington which is in N'Dakinna, the ancestral homeland of the Abenaki Nation also called Vermont. Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, wruv.org and 90.1FM radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com
Moccasin Tracks is syndicated on Pacifica Radio Network.

March 03, 2016 11:05 AM PST

Music Credit: Joanne Shenandoah, They Didn't Listen from Canyon Records CD, Joanne Shenandoah

We talk to Annette Smith on our broadcast of Moccasin Tracks, March 1, 2016. We have a lot a respect for the advocacy work of Vermonters For A Clean Environment and founder Annette Smith. (vce.org) She tells about about her experience being investigated by the Vermont State Attorney General for practicing law without a license. We have some laughs and appreciate the work being done by local grassroots groups that are educating and creating awareness around the issues of energy and the development of industrial energy projects in rural Vermont.

Check out Grafton Woodlands and the event March 18 about water.
Also March 22 is lobby day at the Vermont State House for Wind and Solar.

Moccasin Tracks is produced and broadcast from FM community radio, WRUV FM Burlington which is in N'Dakinna, the ancestral homeland of the Abenaki Nation also called Vermont. Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, wruv.org and 90.1FM radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com
Moccasin Tracks is syndicated on Pacifica Radio Network.

March 03, 2016 10:56 AM PST

Music by the Black Hawk Singers (www.blackhawksingers.com) and find them on facebook.

We talk to Bryan Blanchette about his music, learning the Abenaki language and putting it altogether with a drum group, Black Hawk Singers, started in 2006 with the awakening of the drum in Odanak.

We talk to Bryan from the Moccasin Tracks broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, March 1. Neth, visiting the air studio asks Bryan about his music and collaborations. check out Black Hawk Singers on their facebook page for links to hear their music.

Moccasin Tracks is produced and broadcast from FM community radio, WRUV FM Burlington which is in N'Dakinna, the ancestral homeland of the Abenaki Nation also called Vermont. Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, wruv.org and 90.1FM radiowithdeb.wordpress.com www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com Moccasin Tracks is syndicated on Pacifica Radio Network.

February 26, 2016 07:13 AM PST

From a Conversation with David Conners on Moccasin Tracks Feb 23, 2016 at WRUV FM Burlington.
Music Creditssurprisedliver Mtukudzi from Paivepo CD by Putumayo Records; Kunzwe Kwadoek and Ngogorwa Nhaka; Thomas Starwalker; Hellbent (thomasclair.com); Fawn Wood; Songs For The Grandmothers by Canyon Records; Nahko and Medicine For The People; Wash It Away (nahko.com) Moccasin Tracks archives recorded the Voices Of The Abenaki Women: Carol Irons and Shirley Hook

Our conversation with David Conners is about colonization, appreciation for native culture,peace and justice work and his experience as a priest at Cornell University. He shares his experiences as a human rights activist and local peace work including his current vigil locally and volunteer work at community radio and TV. At Cornell he worked with individuals from Haudensaunee area. He witnessed the beginning of a community called Akwesasne where he first was influenced by "native way of life". David still is speaking from the pulpit.

The work he referred to was published by Awesasne Notes in 1977 called "A Basic Call To Consciousness; Haudensaunee Address To The Western World" Geneva, Switzerland 1977.

In the 2nd part of Moccasin Tracks we broadcast a recording made by Abenaki Women; Carol Irons and Shirley Hook. They were part of a panel presentation of Abenaki women talking about eugenics and experiences growing up without a native identity because it was not safe to acknowledge that heritage. Carol also speaks to unity. and the healing work that remains today. We have appreciation for the work being done by all the people on every level of society for human rights and the rights of Mother earth and the rights of the original peoples.

Stay Humble. Stay Whole. Moccasin Tracks is produced and broadcast from FM community radio, WRUV FM Burlington which is in N'Dakinna, the ancestral homeland of the Abenaki Nation also called Vermont.

Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, wruv.org and 90.1FM
radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com Moccasin Tracks is syndicated on Pacifica Radio Network.

February 11, 2016 10:05 AM PST

Music credits: Joanne Shenandoah; Mother Earth Speaks (Once In A Red Moon) Canyon Records, Ancient Traveler(Nature Dance) and She Sings (Lifegivers); Black Hawk Singers; Greeting Song from New Songs For The Abenaki (blackhawksingers.com); Reid Jamieson; Not Enough For Healing

Recorded at Vermont Historical Society Public Event voices of Abenaki women Trudy Parker, Carol Irons, Shirley Hook

The Legacy of Eugenics
A conversation with Nancy Gallagher, author of Breeding Better Vermonters; the Eugenics Survey in the Green Mountains, on the WRUV FM Burlington broadcast of Moccasin Tracks Feb 9, 2016.

We start the show with voices of Abenaki women who were on a panel presentation a few years ago to tell their family and community stories about Eugenics. The hardship created by the eugenics survey in Vermont during the years of the "Sterilization Act" which continued for many years
is a wound that remains today. The healing can happen with Truth and reconciliation, education, understanding and respect.

Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, wruv.org and 90.1FM
radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com
Moccasin Tracks is syndicated on Pacifica Radio Network.

January 30, 2016 02:29 AM PST

Music credits: Black Hawk Singers (blackhawksingers.com), Brianne Lea Pruett: Canyon Records CD Gypsy Bells; Seeds Of Love; Windwalker and the MCW takes us out from Generations CD.

This is a segment of a community radio broadcast, Moccasin Tracks . We talk with Nancy Greyeyes (Anishinabae) who is talking to us from so-called Canada. Her work around protecting the Earth is done with careful ceremony, to be able to be guided by the wisdom of Elders and Ancestors.

Nancy gifts us with a message from the Elders which is strong and true may you be moved... She has traveled to many of Spirit Camps and has gained so much from what we are in conversation about and refer to as old fashioned or old values. thank-you Nancy for sharing with us on community radio here in so-called Vermont.

Nancy can be found on facebook.

Moccasin Tracks is a weekly Live broadcast on WRUV FM Burlington, Tuesdays 4-6PM, starting Feb 2, 2016. wruv.org and 90.1FM radiowithdeb.wordpress.com
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com

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