PBS TV Storytellers Circle of Stories

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PBS TV Storytellers Circle of Stories

Jan 26, ’09 9:52 PM
by Ann for everyone
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Select a StorytellerRosella ArchdaleHoskie BenallyCorbin HarneyTchin

Rosella Archdale

Hoskie Benally

Corbin Harney

Tchin
Storytellers


Learn about the storytellers and their tribes, or read and listen to their stories.

Rosella Archdale
Find out where Rosella learned the past traditions that live on in her kitchen today, and read about the sacred herb sweet grass and its significance to her tribe.

Hoskie Benally
Listen to Hoskie tell the story of “The Five Sacred Herbs,” and learn more about Navajo beliefs, language and the sacred relationship to their lands.

Corbin Harney
Hear Corbin sing “The Water Song” and learn about his international activism, and his dedication to indigenous people and environmental protection.

Tchin
Find out how and where Tchin first learned his stories, the ways he enriches his own cultural knowledge, and the history of the Narragansett’s land reclamation.

Native American stories are as varied as the trees on the Earth . . . expand your understanding of what defines a “story.”

Are you a storyteller? Share a memory of a place or landscape or join in a dialogue about language and cultural conservation. Be a part of the storytelling community.

Learn about the storytellers and their tribes, or read and listen to their stories.

Rosella Archdale
Find out where Rosella learned the past traditions that live on in her kitchen today, and read about the sacred herb sweet grass and its significance to her tribe.

Hoskie Benally
Listen to Hoskie tell the story of “The Five Sacred Herbs,” and learn more about Navajo beliefs, language and the sacred relationship to their lands.

Corbin Harney
Hear Corbin sing “The Water Song” and learn about his international activism, and his dedication to indigenous people and environmental protection.

Tchin
Find out how and where Tchin first learned his stories, the ways he enriches his own cultural knowledge, and the history of the Narragansett’s land reclamation.

Native American stories are as varied as the trees on the Earth . . . expand your understanding of what defines a “story.”

Are you a storyteller? Share a memory of a place or landscape or join in a dialogue about language and cultural conservation. Be a part of the storytelling community.

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