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Community
Confluence
Category
Language
Summary
Stories from the River is a series of documentary shorts produced in collaboration with Confluence, Tule Films and NW Documentary, which the goal to elevate Indigenous voices in our collective understanding of the Columbia River system.
Community
schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Education, Language
Summary
The Cricket Rides Coyote animation curriculum was developed by the Coeur d'Alene Tribe Language Program and Audra Vincent, Language Program Manager for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.
Community
schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Education, Language
Summary
The Cricket Rides Coyote animation curriculum was developed by the Coeur d'Alene Tribe Language Program and Audra Vincent, Language Program Manager for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.
Community
schitsu'umsh [Coeur d'Alene]
Category
Education, Language
Summary
The Cricket Rides Coyote animation curriculum was developed by the Coeur d'Alene Tribe Language Program and Audra Vincent, Language Program Manager for use both within the tribe and by outside educators.
Community
Confluence
Category
Language
Summary
Greg Archuleta describes some of the ways culture and language was passed down through his family.
Community
Confluence
Category
Language, 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
Summary
Virginia Beavert speaks in Ichiiskin about Confluence and the importance of education.
Community
Confluence
Category
Government to Government Relations, Language, Wars/Military/Conflict
Summary
Virginia Beavert talks about her activism with regards to treaty fishing rights, and how her ability to speak multiple languages helped her translate for people who were arrested for "illegal" fishing.
Community
Confluence
Category
Language
Summary
Tony Johnson describes Chinuk Wawa, the pidgen language known as "Chinook Jargon" that is the one of the remaining living Chinook languages and was widely used for trading in the Northwest.
Community
Séliš u Ql̓ispé
Category
Education, Language, Lifeways