Lifeways

Summary: 
Bryson Liberty tells the harrowing story of his mother's family encountering a group of hostile settlers on their traditional seasonal food gathering route.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Natural Resources, Lifeways
Summary: 
Bryson Liberty shares a story about going to an unwelcoming movie theater in The Dalles, Oregon, as a teenager.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Government to Government Relations, Lifeways
Summary: 
Bryson Liberty describes growing up fishing on McCoy Creek, which at one point dried up. It has since been revitalized by Columbia River Tribes and the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC).
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lifeways
Summary: 
Bill Yallup, Jr. describes his son's PTSD, relating it to the ongoing impacts of historical trauma suffered by indigenous people.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lifeways
Summary: 
Bessie Scott talks about respect/self-respect and teaching children Nez Perce language. She describes a song "I am special/You are special" that aids in teaching children self-respect.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Language, Lifeways
Summary: 
Virginia Beavert describes her optimism about young native people returning to their cultural roots.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lifeways
Summary: 
Mike Iyall answers the quesiton: "What is it like for you to be Cowlitz?"
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lifeways
Summary: 
Louie Pitt tells a shortened version of a Coyote story, where he plays the trickster at a meeting of dogs.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lifeways
Summary: 
Greg Archuleta shares concerns about the threat of losing cultural knowledge. He describes how The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde have adapted and brought traditional practices into modern uses.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lifeways
Summary: 
Mike Iyall laments the loss of language, arts and culture that occured from the impact of disease on the Cowlitz people.
Community: 
Confluence
Category: 
Lifeways