Wiby Pale Luz, Chiquy Mhuysqua Elder and Wilson Pinilla (TchiaSzhue): Mhuysqua on “Make No Bones About It”, with host Raven Redbone tomorrow, August 31, 2014 at 4- 5pm , only on KAOS Community
Bio: Wiby Pale Luz coming soon.
Bio :Wilson Pinilla
tchia is moon, zhue is sun !
(moon n sun united)
i was born in bogota, colombia.
i recognize my self as Mhuysqa, im a writter and walk the red road, trying to remember the way of the elders and the ceremony and tradition to become a better person who respect mother earth n find the way of the heart!
L. Frank Manriquez (Tongva/Ajachmem) is a Native California Indian artist, tribal scholar, cartoonist, language advocate, singer, and self-described “decolonizationist.” L. Frank has exhibited her artwork (paintings, sculpture, weavings, photography, cartoons, regalia) in museums and galleries locally, nationally, and internationally. L. Frank is the co-founder of Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival. She works to revitalize indigenous languages as a language trainer utilizing Total Physical Response (TPR) and motivational and experiential methods. She has provided training for indigenous individuals and communities through the annual Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival conferences and workshops and with indigenous communities throughout the US, including Hawaii, and in Australia and Nunavut. L. Frank is also on the board of directors of Neshkanukat, and for fifteen years served on the board of directors of the California Indian Basketweavers Association. She is a strong advocate and practitioner of sustainable living and builds straw bale and waddle and cob buildings. L. Frank is the author of two books, Acorn Soup, a collection of cartoons, and First Families: A Photographic History of California Indians, both published by Heyday Books. She is a regular contributor to News From Native California.
12 year old Ta’Kaiya Blaney is Sliammon First Nation from B.C., Canada. Along with singing, songwriting, and acting, she is concerned about the environment, especially the preservation of marine and coastal wildlife. She travels and speaks on protecting indigenous lands worldwide from unsustainable development.
More about Ta’Kaiya Blaney
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