The Path Home: Restoring Native Lands and Traditional Ecological Knowledge

ERIEL DERANGER, VALENTIN LOPEZ and CARA ROMERO


Although colonial systems of oppression have radically damaged relationships between tribal communities and their traditional lands, a new generation of First Nations activists is working to restore those connections and safeguard Indigenous identity for future generations. They’re protecting traditional territories and sacred sites from harm, and renewing Indigenous land stewardship. With: Eriel Deranger of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Valentin Lopez, Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, and Cara Romero, from the Mohave-based Chemehuevi Tribe.

Music Credits

Theme music for each program is from the song "Awaya Baka" from the album East to West by Baka Beyond, 2003 and is used by permission of March Hare Music, http://march-hare-music.com/ “Higher Calling” by Glen Velez from the album, Breathing Rhythms, 2000; “Open the Floodgates” and “Safe Hands” by Jamie Catto and Alex Forster from the album, Music For Dissolving, 2013. Contact: Sounds True, P.O. Box 8010, Boulder, CO 80306-8010 Phone: 800-333-9185; www.soundstrue.com
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The Path Home: Restoring Native Lands and Traditional Ecological Knowledge

ERIEL DERANGER, VALENTIN LOPEZ and CARA ROMERO

Posted by Bioneers on Sep 14 2016 in category Radio Series XVI