"11/05/2013 01:44pm","22.214.171.124","Dana","Tammen","firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com","I am a Registered Nurse & Cheyenne & Arapaho tribal member. I am also a researcher for the MidAmerica Bigfoot Research Center. I have an idea for a reality series on Sasquatch research. It could include tribal legends of sasquatch, reports from our area and possibly on other reservations as well. We can feature tribal members that have had sightenings, as well as film the actual research being done in the area.
I work closely with Paul Hulsey, the researcher that was featured on Finding Bigfoot recently. He is very interested in being a part of a project like this. He is also of Cherokee decent. Paul & I are currently working on a research project entitled ""The Concho Connection: The Study of Native Dialect and Sasquatch Language"".
I would love the opportunity to speak to someone in person about this project.
Dana Tammen RN, BSN, CHPN
"11/06/2013 11:27am","126.96.36.199","Adrianna ","Greeley","Greeleyanna17@yahoo.com","I think it would be cool if you guys did a documentary on maybe a team or a certain individual person a Cheyenne Arapaho member maybe.. Like they did on the Schimmel Sisters and it would be cool if you guys could get CA47 TV in more Native towns in western Oklahoma. Like maybe Hammon, Clinton, or Weatherford.
"11/21/2013 09:58am","188.8.131.52","Billie","Sutton","firstname.lastname@example.org","I found a volunteer to dress in regalia & sign The Lord's Prayer while I read it in Arapaho. Would love to record this. Good idea?"
"12/17/2013 12:27pm","184.108.40.206","Clara","Bushyhead","email@example.com","You should run a story on Pauline Whitetail from Watonga, I think. She is a runner (who is a grandma) that runs with her grandkids in 5K runs. It is an awesome sight to see and she is a remarkable woman. Her story would truly be inspiring. Just Saying!
"12/19/2013 09:42am","220.127.116.11","Lamar","Ashley","firstname.lastname@example.org","I just became aware of your station this morning. It was with great pleasure that I found it. A program about herbal medicine was on from about 10:45-11:30 (Thursday, December 19). Could you please tell me the name and whether it is available in video form.
"12/31/2013 01:40pm","18.104.22.168","Jeanie","Greene","email@example.com","I am an award-winning television producer from Alaska. I have a large inventory of programming that I would like to air on your channel and in turn, would like to air your excellent work.
Please go to www.jeaniegreene.net to view our programs, in particular, Heartbeat Alaska. "
"01/07/2014 05:59pm","22.214.171.124","Nikki","Bearchum","firstname.lastname@example.org","Hello. I came across an article entitled, ""My Grandmother, Mene'a'e"" by Josephine Glenmore, written in Cheyenne. This article includes the history of my husband, Bruce Bearchum's family. Sadly, we do not read Cheyenne. I am very much interested in this article and was wondering if there is a way that I may have a copy of it in English or if there is a link to it in English. Please let me know. Thank you. Nikki"
I my name is Michael Landrum enrolled member of Cheyenne Arapaho tribes of Oklahoma and I am currently a Senior at Northeastern State University majoring in Public Relations with emphasis in Public Relations. I am currently working for the Indigenous Scholar Development Center on campus.
I am writing to get information on who to contact for a story that may have an interest to our tribal community. Starting Jan. 25 and going through April 7, NSU will be have the Native Words, Native Warriors Traveling Smithsonian Exhibition. Native Words, Native Warriors Exhibition tells the story of the military men from more than a dozen tribes who used their Native Languages while in service in the U.S. Military.
Through out the 10 week exhibition we are having several speakers and guest to tell personal stories and experiences that they have encountered with various Code Talkers.
We are looking for and help in reaching native communities and inform anyone who may be interested in seeing the exhibit.
I wanted to let you all know about the upcoming Native Crossroads film festival that Darren Brown was kind enough to cover last year. A press release is below, and if I can answer any questions, please let me know. Thanks very much!
Film Festival to Explore Links Between Land and Indigenous Cultural Identities
Norman ΓÇô Several feature and short films, plus panel discussions, will explore the deep-rooted and dynamic link between land and indigenous cultural identity.
The second annual Native Crossroads Film Festival is set for Thursday, Feb. 27 through Saturday, March 1 at the Norman campus of the University of Oklahoma.
The festival pairs screenings of short films with roundtable discussions intended to inspire conversations among filmmakers, campus scholars, community and tribal organization representatives, writers and performers.
Highlights of the festival include the Oklahoma debuts of three major motion pictures concerned with indigenous connections to place: Winter in the Blood, The Lesser Blessed and Satellite Boy.
Keynote speaker Winona LaDuke (Mississippi Band Anishinaabe), a nationally renowned advocate for environmental activism, sustainable development, and indigenous land rights, will speak 4:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 28.
Feature films screened include:
ΓÇ£The Lesser Blessed,ΓÇ¥ 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 27, Kerr Auditorium, Sam Noble Natural History Museum. Q&A with writer Richard Van Camp to follow.
Based on the novel by Richard Van Camp (Tlicho Dene), ΓÇ£The Lesser BlessedΓÇ¥ is the story of Larry Sole, a Tlicho Indian growing up in the small northern town of Fort Simmer. At 16, he loves heavy metal, the North and Juliet Hope. Starring Joel Evans and Benjamin Bratt, ΓÇ£The Lesser BlessedΓÇ¥ is an eye-opening depiction of what it is to be a young Native man in a remote Northern community.
ΓÇ£Satellite Boy,ΓÇ¥ 7:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 28, Kerr Auditorium, Sam Noble Natural History Museum. Q&A with writer and director Catriona McKenzie (Australian Aboriginal Kurnai) to follow.
The film tells the story of an abandoned, 10-year-old Pete (Cameron Wallaby), who lives with his elderly grandfather, Jagamarra (David Gulpilil), in a deserted outdoor cinema of outback town Wyndham, Australia.
When his grandfatherΓÇÖs home is threatened with demolition, Pete sees his world in jeopardy and, with his best friend, Kalmain (Joseph Pedley), sets off for the city. Together the boys travel through epic Kimberley country, and when they get lost in the bush, Pete and Kalmain find true friendship. Starving and thirsty, Pete must remember some of the traditional bush skills his grandfather taught him in order to survive.
ΓÇ£Winter in the Blood,ΓÇ¥ 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 1, Kerr Auditorium, Sam Noble Natural History Museum. Q&A with co-director Alex Smith to follow.
ΓÇ£Winter in the BloodΓÇ¥ is based on the novel by James Welch (Blackfeet and Gros Ventre) about contemporary Native American life, first published in 1974. The film was shot on the Hi-Line in northern Montana, and was directed by Alex and Andrew Smith.
Virgil First Raise embarks on a wild and darkly comic odyssey to retrieve his renegade wifeΓÇö and the beloved rifle she stole. He ultimately finds himself. The film stars Chaske Spencer, David Morse and Julia Jones.
For more information or accommodations on the basis of disability, contact Karl Schmidt at (405) 325-6639. For a complete schedule of screenings and locations, visit our webpage cas.ou.edu/native-crossroads.
"02/27/2014 01:14pm","126.96.36.199","gina","j","email@example.com","Thank you for all the tutorials. Please continue with the jingle dress tuturial. My sisters and I are in the process of teaching our daughters to dance and would love to be able to make her first jingle dress. Thanks and keep up the great teachings :)"
"03/06/2014 10:25am","188.8.131.52","Joni","Whiting","firstname.lastname@example.org","I would like to know how to get ahold of Juaquin Lonelogde by either email or snail mail. I was taught native beading as a young woman by a lakota friend. I however do not do tradional native american beadwork as I am not native american. My love of beads was born at 14, I am 58 now and have many years of experience with other forms of beadwork. My reason for attempting to contact this artist was while watching a video posted on facebook, I noticed his method of bead storage. I wanted to share with him one that my husband developed before he passed away. It would be a gift not a sell thing. It is my way of saying thanks to another artist and express my gratitude for the young man who shared with me at 14 a lifetime of love in beadwork. thanks
"03/06/2014 10:56am","184.108.40.206","angela","lafford","email@example.com","i would love to see Juaquin Lonelodge show how to finish the beading on a moccasin and how to put the moccasin together. i am trying to learn how to bead and put together a fully beaded moccasin..and it is very different from the style we have here in the east!!..all the way from Nova Scotia!!! soooo if you can please do a episode on how to do this i would be soooooo greatful!
"03/06/2014 11:45am","220.127.116.11","Marie","Hatfield","firstname.lastname@example.org","Hello this message is for Juaquin. I came across your video's and was so happy to find them. But could you please let me know what it is your beading on? I hear you saying what the stuff is but not sure what your talking about. What is it orig. used for? and where can I find it at? thank you so much. Marie"
Is Joaquin going to do a tutorial on Fancy Shawl Dresses anytime soon?
Thank You, :)"
"03/09/2014 02:59pm","18.104.22.168","Bridget","Hill","email@example.com","I just found this on Facebook and I now have saved to a favorite. I enjoy watching the docs and other stories.
I was wanting to know how often do you update new shows and topics? When will the next episode of Juaquin Lonelodge being aired? It has only been a day since I started this but like i said I enjoy watching.
You all are doing a great job and keep up the awesome work. I live in Las Vegas, NV and I am a tribal member from Parker, AZ...Chemehuevi/ S. Paiute and Acoma Pueblo.
Many blessings to the staff and members."
"03/14/2014 10:06am","22.214.171.124","sara","puhl","firstname.lastname@example.org","Your making regalia videos are awesome. I am always looking for experienced tips and tricks for my own daughters regalia. It would be great to add PDFs of the templates for Legging (pattern not design) and Mocassin pattern too."
"03/18/2014 09:23am","126.96.36.199","Elizabeth","Callas","Bettycallas@gmail.com","Was trying to contact juiquin on what kind of fabric he uses to bead is it cripflet I cannot find this fabric please let me know , really enjoy your program, thank you , Betty callas"
"03/24/2014 12:38pm","188.8.131.52","Margaret","Grimard","email@example.com","I wish to learn how to make a shield for my grandson. My grandson dances at powwows and now he is getting older. I am creating another regalia cause he had grown so fast. I like to make a shield, and hope that you can show me how to do this.
Dolores Island November 7 · Edited I have been trying to teach Madilyn, our Native Languages, both Cheyenne and Arapaho...Thanks to Cheyenne Arapaho-Television and WWW.CALANGUAGE.COM...Just listening to the phrases and sometimes even watching the videos...she has been learning our languages. In teaching her, I have been learning a lot myself...I'm so happy that we can get to learn together...We have learned It's a Good Morning, It's a Good Evening, It's Fall, and we are going to continue to learn. Thank you to both the CATV and Language Program.
Lamar I just became aware of your station this morning. It was with great pleasure that I found it. A program about herbal medicine was on from about 10:45-11:30 (Thursday, December 19). Could you please tell me the name and whether it is available in video form. Thank you, Lamar Ashley