Tag Archives: Native Voice TV

NVTV – Garvard Good Plume (Lakota) – ‘Environmental Racism on Native Land’

Cihuapilli Rose Amador and Sundust Martinez interviews Garvard Good Plume (Lakota) on Native Voice TV.

Plume brings awareness of Environmental Racism on Native Lands a documentary film called
Lakota Voice of the 21st Century“;
which started in 2004 and was released in 2007.

The movie is distributed throughout Europe and Australia in order to bring awareness of the Treaty violations by the state of South Dakota, the illegal and non-regulated mining and distruction of the Black Hills.

The definition of Environmental Racism = (Environmental racism is placement of low-income or minority communities in proximity of environmentally hazardous or degraded environments, such as toxic waste, pollution and urban decay.)

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

Michael Horse & Panny Plant

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Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau interviews
Michael Horse & Panny Plant on
Stopping the Keystone XL Pipeline‘ airing
Native Voice TV show.

Michael Horse is one of the ‘Top‘ Native American ledger artists in the country, and, is one of the men responsible for keeping this art form alive. Ledger art is a traditional Native American folk art depicting life before & after the reservation period of the late 1800s to early 1900s. The images of life on the plains, ceremonies and daily activities, along with battles, boarding school and
experiences of oppression are also depicted.
Mr. Horse is also an award-winning jeweler and actor.

Panny Opal Plant – Yaqui, Mexican, English, Dutch, Choctaw, Cherokee and Algonquin Ancestry. She grew up in the urban environment of the San Francisco Bay Area and involved in the Bay Area Native community.
 Gathering Tribes opened in 1991 to share the beauty of Native America.
www.gatheringtribes.com

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

NVTV – Lorissa Garcia (Acoma Pueblo)

Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau interviews Lorissa Garcia (Acoma Pueblo) on Native Voice TV.

Lorissa is currently an ‘Alumni Student Ambassador, an ‘Embrey Native American Women Mentor’ and in a graduate program in Arizona Universtiy.

She mentions about the American Indian College Funds, its corporate donors and the obstacles native students have getting a college degree. She mentions the funding increase and gives details of the amount of Native American Tribal Colleges and Universities (32 fully ‘Accredited’);
number of native students (30,000) across America.

Rose asks Garcia about the Acoma Pueblo tribe, its religious ceremonies and celebrations, its infrastructure in government, community and businesses.

Before ending the show, Garcia explains where Traditional dress in detail.

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

NVTV – Native American (KIA): Guest’s: Richard Windfeathers and R. Eagle Many Hats Levy

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Cihuapilli Le Beau Rose Amador guests are Richard Windfeathers (Picuris Pueblo) and R. Eagle Many Hats Levy (Chemejucvi) on Native Voice TV show.

Eagle Many Hats mentions about James Ortolani, the co-founder of the KIA flag and that Ortolani contacted Eagle “Many Hats” Levy and asked for help in creating a flag that would honor the Native Americans Killed in Action or who later Died of Wounds because of an action. Eagle Many Hats continues to mention Mike Nopah of the Mohave Tribe, who created the design that is now honoring the Native American – Killed in Action (NAKIA) flag. Windfeathers makes statements of facts about our Native American being the largest ethnic group of America to serve for this country (210,000). The Native American Memorial flag which was designed for brothers and sisters who came from reservations, served in the U.S. Armed Forces and were KIA or DOW. Placing eagle feathers with the Medicine Wheel on both sides of the sacred oval shield, we are respecting the Red Road and what is passed down by elders to live by traditionally. More information on http://www.kiawarriors.com website.

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

NVTV – Guest(s): Arron Chermac, Manny Ortega and Artists

Chermac and Ortega

Cihuapilli Le Beau Rose Amador’s guest is Arron Chermac (Semeca Iroquois) and Manny Ortega (Apache) on Native Voice TV show. 

Chermac and Ortega tell of their background. Chermac is a Graphic Artist and Ortega is a Santa Clara county volunteer for ‘Prevention’ of Alcohol, drugs and gang violence for young adults.  Chermac speaks of his start up business, ‘Super Graphics‘ which was bought out and continues today with a new graphic business and encourages young men and women to start up their business.

The show ends with two musicians who each sings a song while playing their acoustic guitars.

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

NVTV – Good Shield Aguilar (Lakota/Pasqua Yaqui) Activist/Entertainer

On Native Voice TV show Craig Pasqua (Co-Host) has Good Shield Aguilar (Lakota/Pasqua) as a Guest. Pasqua introduces Good Shield as Native Voice TV’s writer, singer and performer of its ‘Introduction’ song – “Indigenous Soul”.

Good Shield speaks about he was made aware from his aunt (Rosie Little Thunder) about the connection of Lakota tribe to the Buffalo. Since 2002, Good Shield has been involved in ‘Buffalo Field Campaign of Montana (www.BuffaloFieldCampaign.org). He mentions that outside of the Yellowstone National Park 1,000 ‘Genetically Pure’ Buffalo are killed per year.

The Buffalo Field Campaign has been trying to pass legislation to make Genetically Pure ‘Buffalo’ as an ‘Endangered’ species (for PROTECTION) and make the Buffalo a National mammal.

Good Shield entertains with five songs which two were originals from ‘Floyd Red Crow Westerman and his own three songs.
Good Shield ends the show with his contribution song to Native Voice TV – ‘Indigenous Soul’.

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

NVTV – Valentin Lopez, Tribal Chairperson of Amah Mutsun Tribal Band

Cihuapilli Rose Amador and Sundust Martinez interviews Valentin Lopez, Tribal Chairperson of Amah Mutsun Tribal Band on Native Voice TV.

Amador asks Lopez what he would like the audience to know about Californian Native Americans. Lopez speaks specifically about the early Californian history. First, about the 1852 treaty and secondly, the executive order by the first Californian governor.

Lopez wants to make sure that the audience understands the 1852 Treaty with the Federal government. The treaty was for 8.5 million acres, spread out over 14 Californian reservations; Lopez added, ‘Representing about 7.5 percent of the state of California’. Although Amah Mutsun was not a signature to that treaty but mentions Mutsun tribal members were taken to one or more of these 14 reservations.

Lopez just mentions Californian Governor, Perter Harteman Burnett, signed an Executive Order to ‘Exterminate’ all Indians and that he paid 1.2 million dollars in that effort.
(Table 3 sets forth the twenty-seven California laws that the State Comptroller relied upon
in determining the total expenditures recapitulated in the official report. The total amount
of claims submitted to State of California Comptroller for Expeditions against the Indians
was $1,293,179.20.)

Below are two weblinks of the above treaty
and executive order.

Treaty: http://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2013/fall-winter/treaties.pdf

Executive Orders: https://www.library.ca.gov/crb/02/14/02-014.pdf

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

NVTV – Al Cross (Hidatsa), Pat Brien (Chippewa) and Renita Pinkham Brien (Nez Perce)

Cihuapilli Rose Amador and Sundust Martinez interviews Al Cross (Hidatsa), Pat Brien (Chippewa) and Renita Pinkham Brien (Nez Perce) of the ‘History of Relocation‘ on
Native Voice TV.

Al Cross moderates the discussion of his guests Pat and Renita Brien about their experiences of the ‘Relocation of the 1950’s of Native Americans’. Cross gives a good history of what the real name was of Relocation (Emplyment Assistance Program) and how Relocation was a US Government stance for Regressive as the Termination Act.

The Relocation Act was due to a very ‘Harsh’ winters in the southwest in the Navajo country in 1947 and 1948. Los Angeles, Chicago and Denver were the first cities for relocation. Relocation was voluntary and economic assistance was made to find jobs in these cities but without any training. Once our Native people found a job
the Government had done its job.

By early 1950’s new cities were added and close to over 100,000 native people had moved from their reservations to any of these cities; Those mentioned above including San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and Los Angeles.

Briens’ couple explain their experiences of this Relocation and this show is a must see.

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

Tony Redhouse (Navajo)

Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau (Host) and Craig Pasqua (Co-Host) interviews Tony Redhouse (Navajo Nation) on Native Voice TV.

Tony Redhouse is of the Navajo Nation, gives us his update of his involvement in two documentary films, ‘Death Makes Life Possible‘ (Marilyn Schlitz & Deepak Chopra) and ‘Is Your Story Making You Sick‘ (Frances Causey).

Redhouse speaks about his perspective of Spirituality as how ‘Personal Balance‘ makes harmony with all life forms throughout the Universe. He speaks about ‘Dreams‘ as a reflection of earth and the spirit world.

Redhouse finishes with his indigenous songs with instruments of simplicity.

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.