NDN Voices for Our Times
The WinterCamp Chronicles is series of Native American Speeches and Interviews recorded over the last generation which represents a broad spectrum of Native interests, views and concerns in modern times.
From over 260 recordings in the GENERATIONS Native American Radio Archives, A Select 4 out of 120 speeches, recorded in public forums, comprise the WinterCamp Chronicles First Edition Speeches series. A Select 4 out of 140 personal Interviews comprise the WinterCamp Chronicles Second Edition Conversations series. A Select 4 of the combined interviews & speeches, recorded in public forums, comprise the WinterCamp Chronicles Third Edition Spiritual Leaders series. The first four (4) speeches of the First Edition, were our initial offering in the WinterCamp Chronicles series.
Check Out the WinterCamp Chronicles First Edition Series.
Second Edition: Interviews
Rolling Thunder, Cherokee Elder on "The Red Power Movement"
Phillip Deere, Muskogee Creek Elder on "Local & International Indian Rights"
Dennis Belindo, Kiowa-Navajo Elder on "Indian Territory"
Dr. Charles Cambridge, Navajo Scholar on "KIMOCHI Work Brigades"
WinterCamp Chronicles 2012:NDN Voices for Our Times
The driving force of Native American Oral Tradition is the persistence of acquired or accumulated knowledge or experience through verbal communication in the ultimate interest of survival. Not just of the tribe, or the way of knowledge, but more so, of the very self. what was known and told, was what kept one alive, and helped you find your way. In this project, we continue this tradition by helping bring this Native knowledge into the Digital realm and from there out into the world, as well as back nto our communities.
In 2012 we build on the existing First Edition WinterCamp C hronicles Speech series digital offerings, with four (4) Second Edition Interviews and an enhanced digital presentation. In addition to the audio CDs, or MP3 audio files and word doc transcripts available online from the website and podcast blog site for the First Edition, we'll be adding the WinterCamp Chronicles 2012, 8 part Radio series (to be broadcast on Indian Voices KGNU-FM, Boulder, CO.) and an Educational CD-ROM for each edition.
LOG THE DIVIDE!
A Digital Media Demonstration Project
In 2012 we seek to Log the "Digital Divide" which is said to keep Native People from exploiting technology, by using technology to bring Native American Tribal Oral Traditions from Source recordings to digitization in multiple and diverse media formats. Then, to return these voices via digital portable media, to those without computers, or Internet, and in this way bring these voices Full Circle.
WinterCamp Chronicles Radio/Web series
Twenty Three (23) programs in the series feature each of the 1st. through 6th. Editions, recordings blended with Native American music.
To launch the WinterCamp Chronicles project, the first of the Twenty Three (23) programs in the WinterCamp Chronicles Radio/Web series was broadcast on Sun. 1-29-12 on the Indian Voices program. All programs are available from Indian Voices to listen to online or to for download, below or from the program at www.kgnu.org. The ongoing WinterCamp Chronicles Radio/web series will continue monthly on Indian Voices..
Indian Voices: Broadcast weekly on Sunday Afternoons at 3 PM. (MST) - 88.5 FM Boulder, 1390 AM Denver & 89.1 Fort Collins & live on the web at www.kgnu.org
You may also PLAYBACK and Listen to, Or DOWNLOAD the WinterCamp Chronicles Radio Program # twenty three (time 58:49) directly from this link if you like.
Ways You Can Help the WinterCamp Chronicles 2012
First: Get the Words Out...listen to the voices and spread the word, tell everyone far & wide, about these words. link on your Facebook, your favorite forums, send emails and tell everyone you know.
Second: Burn CDs...download the MP3 quotes or the full speech and Burn to CD, then give them out among friends and family. Get standard playback audio CDs of the WinterCamp Chronicles to folks who can't go online or don't have computers.
Three: Transcribe...help finish transcribing the Second Edition Interviews for the project. One of the four Interviews transcripts is almost complete, yet there is opening for volunteers to give us a hand.
Four: Tune In to the WinterCamp Chronicles 2012 Radio series on Indian Voices on KGNU-FM/AM and online at www.kgnu.org and tell everyone far & wide to listen too!
Be sure to BOOKMARK or FAVORITE this page and come back soon to help this project grow.
Target completion date of the Second Edition project is, End of Winter, on or near Spring Equinox 2012
Being related and connected to our environments, many Native Peoples maintain Winter and Summer (Residence) Camps. We live in and use these camps seasonally. Quite often, it is in the Winter Camps, stories are told, memories are recalled and the oral traditions are continued, year after year, winter after winter.Chronicles
1 : a usually continuous historical account of events arranged in order of time without analysis or interpretation
Main Entry: 1chron·i·cle
(IAW Merriam Webster)
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