Check out Wisdom of the Elders Facebook page to see photos from the 2014 NISA Storytelling Festival. More coming soon…
Check out Wisdom of the Elders Facebook page to see photos from the 2014 NISA Storytelling Festival. More coming soon……Click Here to Read more →
Image: Shyla Spicer Photo Credit: Shaun Peterson On Sunday October 5th, at 1:00 pm Discovering Our Story Television Program aired…Click Here to Read more →
Image: Rose High Bear recording credits in studio on September 25. Photo Credit: Lawrence Johnson Wisdom’s radio production team is…Click Here to Read more →
The Northwest Indian Storytellers Association (NISA) 2014 NW Indian Storytelling Festival and Emerging Traditional Storytellers Workshops celebrated the ninth season…Click Here to Read more →
Our featured guest on September’s program was Paul Lumley (Yakama), Executive Director of Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC). Mr. Lumley…Click Here to Read more →
The Northwest Indian Storytelling Association (NISA) celebrated its ninth season of traditional tribal storytelling here in the Pacific Northwest.
On Sunday October 5th, at 1:00 pm Discovering Our Story Television Program aired LIVE on Comcast Ch. 11 in the Portland Metro Area.
Board Treasurer for Wisdom of the Elders, Inc. Shyla Spicer (Yakama Nation) was our featured guest on Discovering Our Story Television Program Sunday, October 5 at 1 PM. Hosts Bill Ray and Nico Wind and executive producer Rose High Bear welcomed Shyla to Studio A at Portland Community Media TV and shared a meal following the program.
Operations Manager for Sustainable Business & Innovation at Nike Inc., Shyla served for the past 4 years as co-chair of Nike’s Native American Network developing a cultural design program highlighting art and fashion in Native American artistry.
The program was re-broadcast Tuesday, October 7th at 10 PM, on Portland Comcast Channel 22, and again Friday, October 10th at 9 AM, on Portland Comcast Channel 23.
Following these broadcasts, it will be added to our DOS TV archive at discoveringourstory.wisdomoftheelders.org/dostv-episodes
Wisdom’s radio production team is getting ready to release the first two Wisdom of the Elders Radio Programs. Series Four will feature stories, songs, and science from indigenous elders and cultural leaders of the Inupiat and Athabascans of Alaska and their response to unprecedented environmental and climate issues.
Native people are the first and most severely impacted by a shifting climate and degrading ecosystems. This impact is compounded by the fact that many Indigenous communities have few economic resources to mitigate the harmful effects of a changing climate. Indigenous communities from around the world are demonstrating resilience and resourcefulness combining both contemporary and traditional ecological knowledge to preserve threatened ways of life.