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Arlie Neskahi

Arlie Neskahi

Wisdom of the Elders host Arlie Neskahi (Diné Nation) is an award-winning composer, musician and recording artist. Neskahi is also widely known for storytelling and his knowledge of traditional Native American culture, music and spirituality. Neskahi is a teacher of traditional style musical traditions as well as multicultural educator and trainer at universities and colleges and…

Clark Salisbury

Clark Salisbury’s work includes sound design for electronic instruments, producer and engineer at his own project studio and on call, teacher and musician. Salisbury is the studio engineer for Wisdom of the Elders Radio, and has many hours logged with independent radio producers of all kinds. He co-produced Coming Home: The Return of the Alutiiq Masks,…

Program 104: Elder Wisdom

Zona Loans Arrow

Zona Loans Arrow

Zona Loans Arrow

with Barbara Roberts

Arlie Neskahi:

I’m Arlie Neskahi and you’re listening to Wisdom of the Elders. On today’s program honoring native women, we pay tribute to a brave and courageous young Isanti woman.

Program 105: Elder Wisdom

Rusty Houtz

Rusty Houtz

Rusty Houtz

with Barbara Roberts

Arlie Neskahi:

I’m Arlie Neskahi and you’re listening to Wisdom of the Elders. Today we honor the horse in native culture.

We’ll meet a Shoshone-bannock man who understands the horse as only a real wrangler can.

Program 104: Health and Healing

Judy Bluehorse Skelton

Judy Bluehorse Skelton

Feminine Aspects of the Plant World

with Judy Bluehorse Skelton

 

Arlie Neskahi:
Women are powerful figures in Native societies as healers, teachers, and keepers of wisdom. Today, Judy Bluehorse Skelton talks about the role of women in Native culture and shares some healing properties of maidenhair ferns.

Program 105: Health and Healing

The Horse as Healer

Judy Bluehorse Skelton

Judy Bluehorse Skelton

with Judy Bluehorse Skelton

Arlie Neskahi:
The horse has a special place in many native cultures – as messengers, as healers, and as teachers. In today’s health and healing segment, Judy Bluehorse Skelton explains.

Judy Bluehorse Skelton: There are many creation stories that speak of a time long ago when the plant people, the entire plant world, and the animal world, consisting of the four nations of animals: the winged ones that fly, the finned ones that swam in the waters, the creepy crawling, and the four leggeds, and the humans, the two leggeds could all communicate with one another. This was a beautiful time. Everything was in good relationship.