From modern art to beading and leather work to drumming, and music, we’ll follow Native American artists with a connection to the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming through their creative process. These artists explain how their art connects them to their tribal past, present, and future.
Citizen scientists track air and water pollution at fracking sites in windswept Wyoming and five other states, using simple but science-based techniques developed by the “Bucket Brigade.
Like millions of indigenous people, many Native American tribes do not control their own material history and culture. For the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes living on the isolated Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, contact with lost artifacts risks opening old wounds, but also offers the possibility for healing.
This episode’s guest will be OC Sports Color Commentator for UH Football, Rich Miano. He and the Leahey’s will discuss the UH Football team’s 1-4 start, Head Coach Norm Chow’s family emergency, and a possible change at Quarterback entering this weekend against Wyoming.