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Moccasin Tracks is a community radio show hosted and produced by Deb Reger featuring indigenous perspective, interviews, contem...


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October 06, 2016 08:59 AM PDT

Music Credits:Buffy Sainte-Marie with Power In The Blood from True North Records, Fawn Wood, A Song For Mosom (Canyon Records)Keith Secola, What They Got Away With, Life Is Grand CD from Akina Records, Song sung by Neddie Katsitsiaionhne

Co-Hosts: Neddie Katsitsiaionhne, Leadhorse Choctaw and Deb Reger

Our guest, Kamahana Keoaloha, joins us from the Hawaiian Kingdom by phone. We talk about the current court cases and status of the people. Kamahana is a Traditional Cultural Teacher and Practioner.
the website for more info: https://sacredmaunakea.wordpress.com/

Moccasin Tracks is heard on: Tuesdays, 4-6PM on WRUV FM, University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week.(schedule/listen to archives/scroll down to Moccasin Tracks) www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com or radiowithdeb@gmail.com Thank-you for listening with your heart. radiowithdeb.wordpress.com Moccasin tracks is syndicated weekly with Pacifica Radio Network

October 06, 2016 08:38 AM PDT

In this podcast of Moccasin Tracks we talk with Melody Walker Brook who gifts us with a reading of an article she wrote at the request of Chief Roger Longtoe Sheehan. (https://sokokisojourn.wordpress.com/2016/09/30/elnu-abenaki-position-statement-on-native-mascots/)"Elnu Abenaki Member Position Statement On Mascots" Melody can be found on Facebook and also with the Abenaki Artists Association (www.abenakiart.org)

Joining us as co-hosts Neddie Katsitsiaionhne and Leadhorse Choctaw.

Moccasin Tracks is heard on: Tuesdays, 4-6PM on WRUV FM, University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week.(schedule/listen to archives/scroll down to Moccasin Tracks) www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com or radiowithdeb@gmail.com Thank-you for listening with your heart. radiowithdeb.wordpress.com Moccasin tracks is syndicated weekly with Pacifica Radio Network

October 06, 2016 08:25 AM PDT

We talk to Gali Sanchez on Moccasin Tracks this week (Oct 4, 2016) about the Annual Pow Wow at the Mi-Te-Jo-Campground in Milton, NH Oct 8-9, 2016.
This year the NH Abenaki Nation celebrates 20 years of gathering. There will be Grand Entry at Noon Saturday and Sunday and many returning vendors and family that make this event welcoming.

More info on Facebook.

Co-hosting this Moccasin tracks show that was broadcast on WRUV FM is Neddie and Leadhorse.

Moccasin Tracks is heard on: Tuesdays, 4-6PM on WRUV FM, University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week.(schedule/listen to archives/scroll down to Moccasin tracks)
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com or radiowithdeb@gmail.com
Thank-you for listening with your heart.
radiowithdeb.wordpress.com Moccasin tracks is syndicated weekly with Pacifica Radio Network

February 03, 2016 08:09 AM PST

Music credit
From the CD from Good Mind Records; Songs of the Wabanaki sung by Jesse Bruchac and Lalania Boots we hear a Penobscot Song and Victory Song. From Indigie Femme's CD Justify we hear By My Silence and Touch The Earth.

Thank-you to Tilbury House Publishers for In The Shadow Of The Eagle: A Tribal Representative In Maine by Donna Loring. www.tilburyhouse.com

We start this show with a little music and intro to Donna Loring on WRUV FM Burlington where Moccasin Tracks hosted by Deb Reger is broadcast weekly. Donna, from the Penobscot Nation has a story to share that speaks to the struggles of the Wabanaki Peoples that brings us to today where Donna says not much has changed. Understanding this history of a Living Culture told by this Penobscot woman is so important to create the healing for the Wabanaki peoples on whose bones we walk upon.
correction: Donna mentions being a state rep in 1992 but meant 1997.
An honor to talk with Donna Loring who can be found on facebook and
www.seveneaglesmedia.com
Donna also can be heard on WERU.org, Pacifica Radio Affiliate, and local community radio station in Blue Hill, Maine. Her show is called Wabanaki Windows.

Her work in the statehouse of Maine started around 1997 when she was elected by the Tribe to serve in the Maine Legislature which she says to Moccasin Tracks was not her intent. Her background served her well as she was a Vietnam Veteran and a Tribal Police Officer.

Moccasin Tracks is heard on:
Tuesdays on WRUV FM, University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com or radiowithdeb@gmail.com
Thank-you for listening with your heart.
radiowithdeb.wordpress.com

February 03, 2016 07:35 AM PST

All Music by Blue Mountain Tribe
www.bluemountaintribe.com

We talk with Robin Hairston, harmonica player and lyrics writer for Blue Mountain Tribe he grew up in an Indian town he says in Tehachapi, California.
from the website:

"Who What Why

Blue Mountain Tribe plays original blues rock music about Indigenous Americans, War Veterans, People with Disabilities, Riding Harleys, songs about Inspiration, Love, Desire, Rage, Pain, the Blues.

Blue Mountain Tribe Mission: to "DO for the greater good" through musical performances and charitable works; with special emphasis on Indigenous American Talent, Indigenous Youth with disabilities; and Veterans & all "Wounded Warriors"."

This is a clip our broadcast of Moccasin Tracks a weekly radio show at the University of Vermont student and community radio. we talked to Robin and Paris on air, WRUV FM Burlington Feb 1, 2016 and we enjoyed our visit. Thanks for supporting this band and the healing efforts.
Special thanks to Robin and Paris for being with us and the stories shared from your hearts.

Moccasin Tracks on air :
Tuesdays on WRUV FM, University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com or
radiowithdeb@gmail.com Thank-you for listening with your heart.
radiowithdeb.wordpress.com

January 14, 2016 08:58 AM PST

Music Credits:
Running for The Drum by Buffy Sainte-Marie: Easy Like Snow Falling Down and Still This Love Goes On And On with Appleseed Records;From Nwe'Jinan we hear Skicin In You from Passamaquoddy and OPenobscot Youth; Tashia Hart from Red Lake Chippewa Nation wrote a book Unreserved Girl and we read from it.

Shield The People, a Spirit Camp was set up with support from the Rosebud Sioux Tribe of the Lakota Nation to end the KXL Pipeline. We talk with Paula Antoine, coordinator and Keith Fielder who maintained the camp on Moccasin Tracks in this edition recorded from our Live broadcast from University of Vermont student and community radio, WRUV FM Burlington. It was an honor to talk to both of these Defenders and Protectors of Mother Earth. Keith shared his stories and experiences from the camp and both said that it was all the combined prayers that stopped this project and President Obama finally rejected last Nov.

Paula says, " the world is not that big when we are all protectors of Mother Earth together."

shieldthepeople.org

Tuesdays on WRUV FM, University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com or radiowithdeb@gmail.com Thank-you for listening with your heart.

December 24, 2015 01:23 PM PST

Music Credits: John Trudell from a reading.

Holly joins us at WRUV FM Burlington for a poetry reading to celebrate life and the Winter Solstice. A regular contributer to the WeMoon calendar
where she is described as "awriter and "mid-wife for adults" facilitating conversations and circles to deepen a sense of belonging, spirit and vibrancy thrugh creativity, courage and reflection on one's core work in the world."
email: hwr@gmavt.net

Moccasin Tracks broadcasts Tuesdays on WRUV FM,(90.1FM and wruv.org) University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com or radiowithdeb@gmail.com Thank-you for listening with your heart. Moccasin Tracks is hosted and produced by Deb Reger and co-hosted with Dee Bright Star.

December 24, 2015 01:16 PM PST

From the Wruv FM Burlington broadcast of Moccasin Tracks co-hosts Deb Reger and Dee Bright Star chat with Christine Lang from Swanton, Vermont where a proposed Industrial Wind Project is proposed. The sighting of Eagles, Deer and many other natural and living beings already live there, the town has voted against the project.

www.swantonwindvt.org

Moccasin Tracks broadcasts Tuesdays on WRUV FM, University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week. www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com or radiowithdeb@gmail.com Thank-you for listening with your heart. Moccasin Tracks is hosted and produced by Deb Reger and co-hosted with Dee Bright Star.

August 05, 2015 11:44 AM PDT

Music credit: Pasillo by Sontario Gomez Orchestra and recorded by Alan Lomax in 1962.

From the Tomaquag Museum in Exeter, RI we talk with Loren Spears(Executive Director) and Michael Kickingbear Johnson (Marketing Assosiate). This museum is run on traditional Native Values by Native People. We talked about the many educational programs offered and the new projects including podcasts that can be found on their website.

http://www.tomaquagmuseum.org/home/

Loren shared the history of the museum and the many opportunities offered to visitors.

Moccasin Tracks broadcasts on Mondays 11AM-3PM at WJSC Johnson at 90.7FM and online here: http://www.jsc.edu/student-life/arts-recreation/arts-culture/wjsc-90.7-radio-johnson With Ruth Wilder and The Wildside. Moccasin Tracks broadcasts Tuesdays on WRUV FM, University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week.
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com or radiowithdeb@gmail.com
Thank-you for listening with your heart. Moccasin Tracks is hosted and produced by Deb Reger and co-hosted with Dee Bright Star.

July 16, 2015 01:25 PM PDT

From the Moccasin Tracks broadcast July 14 from University of Vermont, WRUV Burlington we talk with Grandmother Josephine who is on a Sacred Water Walk. www.waterwalkersunited.com Music Credit: Doreen Day; Water Song (Nibi); Timbered Lake from Shimmering in the Rhythms CD, Hear The Wind and Carry It On by Buffy Sainte-Marie, Power In The Blood (CD)
"Words from the Water (by Josephine Mandamin)
Water is amazing, it flows where it wants to, it can go through any crack, crook or cranny. It can sing the most beautiful songs, if you listen well. She can sound like a male voice, especially during huge waves. It ebbs and flows leaving us messages in her journey throughout life. We are connected and united to life with water, and as we are all united by water; it seems we must be conscious of all things united.This connections or linkage helps us understand life and what it gives to humans, nature and animals. We are all so connected, so united with/by water. It is all life.
To see how water can mold itself to any situation, we can see it in any shape we put it in: jars, small containers, huge gallons - it flows to any shape or form. We are all connected by water and as we are all of water: 70 or 80% of our body mass, why can't we flow like the water? to unite ourselves with each other, to sing like the water, to think like the water, to be of one conscious entity? Why can't we? IF we could be, we will be one big ocean of love, kindness, respect, united and jelled together as one, we will be the generation to save our Mother.

Science is slowly catching up to our anishinabe thinking about our natural laws as governed to us by Creation/Creator. Our duty and responsibility is to our Mother's care and well being. The common denominator of life is Water. In our Mide Lodge we know all this from the teachings and oral inscriptions left by our ancestors, but we have not been vocal enough to tell the world and science that we know what they are collecting as new science. It is not new knowledge, or new understanding. it's been around as long as our Mide ancestors have been on this Mother earth. Our ancestors knew where water comes from, whence it flows, and how it flows. This is all understood in our waters songs and Lodge creation story.
How can we tell the world that science is in our Mide Lodge?

Is it time to open the doorway to the Lodge so they can hear?
Let's all think about this !!
Josephine Mandamin

Grandmother, WaterWalker"

Moccasin Tracks broadcasts on Mondays 11AM-3PM at WJSC Johnson at 90.7FM and online here: http://www.jsc.edu/student-life/arts-recreation/arts-culture/wjsc-90.7-radio-johnson With Ruth Wilder and The Wildside.

Moccasin Tracks broadcasts Tuesdays on WRUV FM, University of Vermont (UVM) and Community Radio at 90.1FM and online at wruv.org where the program is archived for one week.
www.facebook.com/MoccasinTracks
wruv.moccasintracks@gmail.com
or radiowithdeb@gmail.com

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