NVTV – Eli Painted Crow (Yaqui) & Linda Woods (Ottawa/Chippewa)

Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau interviews two women veterans – Eli Painted Crow (Yaqui) & Linda Woods (Ottawa/Chippewa) on Native Voice TV.

Eli Painted Crow is a Yaqui, U.S.Army Veteran who served her last tour in Iraq. She has spent the five years going across the nation to speak about Native veterans at universities. She speaks about the Post Traumatic Stress Disorders and the hardship faced for Native women.

Linda Woods is Grand Traverse Band Ottawa & Chippewa, U.S. Air Force retired. Linda is an elder returning back to her home in Michigan. She spoke the times of the Civil Rights and Anti-Vietnam protests, the southern racism. Linda received her Master degree in Social Services (in 1994) at San Jose State University. She works with Native people in recovery from Alcohol and Addictions.

Thursday, September 24th on
Hoike  (Oceanic Time Warner)
Channel 54 @ 8:00 P.M.

NVTV – PAAW Diabetes Prevention Study

Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau interviews
Al Cross (Hidatsa/Mandan); Paul Flores IV, (Apache/Yaqui) and Adrian Kendrick (Oglala Sioux)
on Native Voice TV.

Cihuapilli Rose Amador Le Beau discusses how to live a healthier lifestyle by becoming a participant in a Stanford Research medical study being done for individuals of Native heritage… by Native people.

PAAW: Pathways to American Indian and Alaska Native Wellness

Al Cross, Paul Flores IV and Adrian Kendrick are guests with information about different aspects of the program.

ELIGIBILITY:
The study is open to Individuals with Indigenous Heritage including:
American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders and those Indigenous to the Americas.
Must be age 21+, +1 risk factor and English speaking.

The study is FREE, will be held in San Jose, CA and will last from August 2015-April 2016

If you are interested in participating please contact, Health Promotion Director: Ramin Naderi by email: ramin.naderi@sjsu.edu
or visit www.Face Book/PAAW4healing

This Sunday  July 21st
on Comcast Channel 15 @ 8:00P.M.

NVTV – Eddie Madril (Pascua Yaqui)

Cihuapilli Rose Amador and Sundust Martinez interviews Eddie Madril (Pascua Yaqui) of southern Arizona and northern Sonora, Mexico on Native Voice TV.

Madril gives his biography of his dancing group, ‘Four Winds‘, of his perspectives of how people look at Native Americans. He speaks of the 550 tribes and several hundred native dialects which help educate and increase awareness
of the diversity ‘Indigenous’ people. He performs with his ‘HOOP‘ dancing and explains what it means.

Tuesday, May 19th on KMVT Comcast
Channel 15 @ 8:00 P.M.

NVTV – Tony Redhouse (Navajo Nation)

Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau interviews Tony Redhouse (Navajo Nation) on Native Voice TV.

Redhouse travels throughout ‘Indian Country‘ as a Singer, Flutist and Dancer. He provides Native American ‘Spirituality‘ through his music, songs and dance.

Redhouse speaks about his family of six with each being a Native American performer. His family tries to make ‘Modern Society‘ aware of Native Cultural Spirituality
through their performances.

Redhouse speaks about his ‘Regalia’ especially his ‘Beadworks‘, their colors and symbols which represent his past, present and future.

Tuesday, May 12th on KMVT Comcast
Channel 15 @ 8:00 P.M.

NVTV – Simon Salinas – CA. Assemblyman (Distr. 28)

Cihuapilli Rose Amador and Sundust Martinez interviews Simon Salinas – California Assemblyman (District 28) on Native Voice TV.

Salinas speaks of some of the California Bills which will honor Native American sacred sites. He speaks of issues concerning ‘Mascotting, Gaming, Education and Housing.

Tuesday, September 2nd on KMVT Comcast
Channel 15 @ 8:00 P.M.

NVTV – Joe Coto (23rd District – California State Assemblyman)


Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau
and Sundust Martinez interviews Joe Coto (23rd District – California State Assemblyman) on Native Voice TV.

Coto is an advocate for Native Americans. He authored the AB-26 which is ‘Honoring Native American Burial Grounds and ‘Sacred Sites‘. Coto explains the step by step procedure of various organizations must go through in order to allow any type of disturbance to encountered ‘Native American Artifacts and burial grounds.

Coto basically states its the correct thing to do to give ‘Respect and Dignity’ to the descendants. More information can be found on the California State Legal code: 5097.9 : “Interference with Native American Religion or Damage to cementers or places of worship.

Tuesday, August 19th on KMVT Comcast
Channel 15 @ 8:00 P.M.

NVTV – Lorenzo (Mescalero Apache) Part 2

Lorenzo 2

Cihuapilli Rose Amador and Sundance Martinez interviews Lorenzo (Mescalero Apache) a Visual, Literary and Performing artist on Native Voice TV.

Lorenzo continues to give his artistic experiences. On this show he states that ‘Artists’ tend to have a theme for a year or so. He explains to the audience his ‘Land Shark‘ art which was based on his visit to Maui, Hawaii.

LeBeau and Martinez asks Lorenzo about his half-hour educational films? Lorenzo mentions his films take the audience for 30 minutes to various parts of Native America. To learn more about the multitude of contemporary Native americans which help lessen the ‘Stereotyping’ of indigenous people of the Americas.

Tuesday, July 8th on KMVT Comcast Channel 15 @ 8:00 P.M.

NVTV – Lorenzo (Mescalero Apache) Part 1

Lorenzo

Cihuapilli Rose Amador and Sundance Martinez interviews Lorenzo (Mescalero Apache) a Visual, Literary and Performing artist on Native Voice TV.

Lorenzo explains why he is a visual, literary and performing artist. He jokingly states that he is a ‘Professional Liar’ and he only will get paid to be one.

Lorenzo talks about the European stereotyping of Native americans in books, movies and all media. Lorenzo obtained his B.S. and M.A. degrees and was the first Native american to graduate from UCLA in Native American studies.

His accomplishments are brought up and his vision of reducing the European ‘Stereotyping’ of Indigenous people and his work in producing a nine episode series called, ‘Native America‘. This is a must see.

Tuesday, July 1st

on KMVT Comcast Channel 15 @ 8:00 P.M.

NVTV – Barbara Attard (Independent Police Auditor) San Jose, CA

Barbara Attard

Cihuapilli Rose Amador interviews  Barbara Attard (Independence Police Auditor) San Jose, CA on Native Voice TV.

Attard describes IPA’s as a permanent independent office of San Jose city government and its mission. Attard breaks down the IPA’s mission into four functions; 1) provide objective oversight of police misconduct investigations; 2) conduct outreach to the San Jose community; 3) propose city policy recommendations; and 4) strengthen the Police department with the community it serves.
This show is very interesting for it makes you aware of your rights as a citizen and who to file your police complaints.

The IPA has authority to audit each filed complaint versus choosing which filed complaint to the Police department’s ‘Internal Affairs’.
Below is a link to the 2013 IPA Year End Report, issued April 2014.

http://www.sanjoseca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/29599

Tuesday, June 10th on KMVT Comcast Channel 15 @ 8:00 P.M.

NVTV – Donna Seaton (Washoe) and Ac’ aq Ester Stauffer (Alaska Native-Yup’ik)

Donna Seaton & Ester StaufferCihuapilli Rose Amador interviews two guests: Donna Seaton (Washoe) and Ac’ aq Ester Stauffer (Alaska Native-Yup’ik) on Native Voice TV.
Her first guest, Donna Seaton (Washoe) is of the Alameda Labor Coach Association. Seaton is administrative to the director of Native TANF Program in Oakland. She is a ‘Labor coach‘ and started when her younger sister was pregnant and alone. She labor coached for many decades and helped many women give birth.
Native Voice TV’s second guest is Ac’ aq Ester Stauffer (Alaska Native-Yup’ik), Deputy Director of TANF of Bay Area.
(San Francisco, Oakland, Stockton and San Jose, Calfornia). Their are about 30 staff members. TANF’s ‘Mission’ is to provide various services, in education and career advancement for Native american who are on the Alaskan and Californian role. TANF services is to empower each person to become self sustaining. Heavy emphasis in Education.
Stauffer speaks in her ‘Native‘ language about how they traditionally introduce themselves to others in a different village. She mentions that her introduction to others is to let them know what village and who her grandmother is. Stauffer speaks about the hazards of traveling between villages when the wind would pick up, temperature dropping below 60 degrees and with zero visibility. She speaks about her parents having an ‘Arranged Marriage’ in which is traditional in her tribe.

Tuesday, May 27th on KMVT Comcast Channel 15 @ 8:00 P.M.

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