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Children of the Setting Sun Productions

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Welcome to the Friends and Relatives radio hour where we share our ideas, history, language, music and events from the heart of the Coast Salish Homeland. We welcome our friends and relatives from every part of the Coast Salish Homeland to be part of our one-hour program where we seek to Create, Share and Educate one another. We believe in creating an understanding between peoples and communities and by opening up thoughts on place names, history and relationships we can move forward in protecting the environment and creating healthier relationships. We welcome our listeners to offer their views on the areas history, community friendships and the matters of identity. We seek inspiration to recognize differences and, through conversation, resolution to find common values and thus harmony. We hope to learn and grow together with our audience. Join the conversation online at SparkRadio.com.

Latest Episodes

Ep.009 | Freddie Lane Interviews Darrell Hillaire about the old days

-1 sFEB 6
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Ep.009 | Freddie Lane Interviews Darrell Hillaire about the old days

Ep.020 | Setting Sun Productions Presents: David Boxley and the Git Hoan Singers

Listen to the rich sounds of the Git Hoan singers and dancers recorded live at the Setting Sun Dance Festival at Whatcom Community College. Led by Tsimshian master artist David Boxley.

-1 s2019 AUG 30
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Ep.020 | Setting Sun Productions Presents: David Boxley and the Git Hoan Singers

Ep.018 | Famous Canoe Pullers across the homeland share their stories of Stommish through the years.

63 MIN2019 JAN 16
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Ep.018 | Famous Canoe Pullers across the homeland share their stories of Stommish through the years.

Ep.017 | Our Relative from the Amazon and Ecuador & Special Guests : Music

26 MIN2019 JAN 16
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Ep.017 | Our Relative from the Amazon and Ecuador & Special Guests : Music

Ep.016 | Interview with Relative Nolan Charles (Musqueam) : Coast Salish relative shares stories and thoughts

42 MIN2019 JAN 15
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Ep.016 | Interview with Relative Nolan Charles (Musqueam) : Coast Salish relative shares stories and thoughts

Ep. 015 | Salmon Occupation Update - Alert Bay: Interview Jon Carroll

20 MIN2019 JAN 12
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Ep. 015 | Salmon Occupation Update - Alert Bay: Interview Jon Carroll

The Strength to Run

Before Kevin Villars there was Enrique Medina. Enrique, head of the Lummi HS track coach, lead the team to win state title with only 4 people. After he left he was replaced by Kevin Villars who had to pick up the pieces Enrique left. From that time the team has grown, including 26 boys and 12 girls (a 4 fold increase). Kevin himself began in track only after he was forced to partake in it before he could play baseball. However, once the opportunity to play baseball came he decided to stay with track, even going on to beat his school’s record. Similar to this is how Mike got involved, because he had to be talked into joining track by his cousin. Yet when he did he fell in love with the field. Mike’s sophomore year happened to also be the year Kevin took over as coach. He came in to witness Mike’s team pushing it hard due to a disqualification they experienced freshmen year. Kevin realized their synergy and changed a few things, changes that helped them reach state that year. A bon...

28 MIN2019 JAN 12
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The Strength to Run

Salmon and Cultural Conservation for All Peoples

Dana Wilson, a Lummi fisherman, believes that the more salmon disappear, the more Coast Salish peoples lose their knowledge of the salmon, and fishing, as a way of life. Dana also believes that the State of Washington sees habitat restoration as an expensive endeavor, and that we all need to push ourselves to make sacrifices for salmons’ future. David Montgomery, a UW professor of geology, wrote the book, King of Fish: The Thousand-Year Run of Salmon, which details the historical events that hinder salmon conservation. His knowledge of geomorphology casts an image of the salmon that is both resilient and under threat as salmon management is ignored in our changing landscape. Dana and David believe that the time to do something for the salmon is now.  David Montgomery UW Profile: https://www.ess.washington.edu/people/profile.php?pid=montgomery-- david  A Bellingham Herald Article featuring Dana Wilson:  http://www.bellinghamherald.com/news/local/article44514417.html

55 MIN2018 MAY 1
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Salmon and Cultural Conservation for All Peoples

Nancy Shippentower-Games Shares Her Experiences of Indigenous Activism in the Fish Wars & Today

We invited our friend Nancy Shippentower-Games to speak at the Whatcom Human Rights Task Force’s 20 th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Conference, at Whatcom Community College. The title of the 2018 conference was “50 Years of freedom or 50 Years of fear?; Chaos or Community? Where do we go from here?” Shippentower-Games speaks of the courage it takes to organize communities in the face of societal oppression. She believes that in sharing her story she passes the values of education and cross-cultural connection to the public.

49 MIN2018 FEB 28
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Nancy Shippentower-Games Shares Her Experiences of Indigenous Activism in the Fish Wars & Today

Remembering the Past with Nancy Shippentower-Games

Nancy Shippentower is a member of the Northwest Fishing Commission, a member of the Puyallup nation, and a fighter for tribal and fishing rights. Her parents are Jackie McCloud and Tom McCloud. She grew up in a family invested in the fishing wars during the 50’ and 60’s. She told us about how her father and their relatives went to jail for 60 days. When they were in jail the other inmates didn’t believe that they were there for fishing, and they asked the guards if they were telling the truth. Unlike many people in jail, her family were denied early release. Billy Frank jr. was her uncle, and he joined them in jail, was even kept in jail an additional week. Soon after he became the spokesperson for the tribes in Washington who fought for their fishing rights. Darrell mentions that he did speak very well and very strong, able to unite the tribes around his mind. She told us the story of when her father went to jail when she was 8 years old. At this time they were very poor (though...

33 MIN2018 FEB 28
Comments
Remembering the Past with Nancy Shippentower-Games

Latest Episodes

Ep.009 | Freddie Lane Interviews Darrell Hillaire about the old days

-1 sFEB 6
Comments
Ep.009 | Freddie Lane Interviews Darrell Hillaire about the old days

Ep.020 | Setting Sun Productions Presents: David Boxley and the Git Hoan Singers

Listen to the rich sounds of the Git Hoan singers and dancers recorded live at the Setting Sun Dance Festival at Whatcom Community College. Led by Tsimshian master artist David Boxley.

-1 s2019 AUG 30
Comments
Ep.020 | Setting Sun Productions Presents: David Boxley and the Git Hoan Singers

Ep.018 | Famous Canoe Pullers across the homeland share their stories of Stommish through the years.

63 MIN2019 JAN 16
Comments
Ep.018 | Famous Canoe Pullers across the homeland share their stories of Stommish through the years.

Ep.017 | Our Relative from the Amazon and Ecuador & Special Guests : Music

26 MIN2019 JAN 16
Comments
Ep.017 | Our Relative from the Amazon and Ecuador & Special Guests : Music

Ep.016 | Interview with Relative Nolan Charles (Musqueam) : Coast Salish relative shares stories and thoughts

42 MIN2019 JAN 15
Comments
Ep.016 | Interview with Relative Nolan Charles (Musqueam) : Coast Salish relative shares stories and thoughts

Ep. 015 | Salmon Occupation Update - Alert Bay: Interview Jon Carroll

20 MIN2019 JAN 12
Comments
Ep. 015 | Salmon Occupation Update - Alert Bay: Interview Jon Carroll

The Strength to Run

Before Kevin Villars there was Enrique Medina. Enrique, head of the Lummi HS track coach, lead the team to win state title with only 4 people. After he left he was replaced by Kevin Villars who had to pick up the pieces Enrique left. From that time the team has grown, including 26 boys and 12 girls (a 4 fold increase). Kevin himself began in track only after he was forced to partake in it before he could play baseball. However, once the opportunity to play baseball came he decided to stay with track, even going on to beat his school’s record. Similar to this is how Mike got involved, because he had to be talked into joining track by his cousin. Yet when he did he fell in love with the field. Mike’s sophomore year happened to also be the year Kevin took over as coach. He came in to witness Mike’s team pushing it hard due to a disqualification they experienced freshmen year. Kevin realized their synergy and changed a few things, changes that helped them reach state that year. A bon...

28 MIN2019 JAN 12
Comments
The Strength to Run

Salmon and Cultural Conservation for All Peoples

Dana Wilson, a Lummi fisherman, believes that the more salmon disappear, the more Coast Salish peoples lose their knowledge of the salmon, and fishing, as a way of life. Dana also believes that the State of Washington sees habitat restoration as an expensive endeavor, and that we all need to push ourselves to make sacrifices for salmons’ future. David Montgomery, a UW professor of geology, wrote the book, King of Fish: The Thousand-Year Run of Salmon, which details the historical events that hinder salmon conservation. His knowledge of geomorphology casts an image of the salmon that is both resilient and under threat as salmon management is ignored in our changing landscape. Dana and David believe that the time to do something for the salmon is now.  David Montgomery UW Profile: https://www.ess.washington.edu/people/profile.php?pid=montgomery-- david  A Bellingham Herald Article featuring Dana Wilson:  http://www.bellinghamherald.com/news/local/article44514417.html

55 MIN2018 MAY 1
Comments
Salmon and Cultural Conservation for All Peoples

Nancy Shippentower-Games Shares Her Experiences of Indigenous Activism in the Fish Wars & Today

We invited our friend Nancy Shippentower-Games to speak at the Whatcom Human Rights Task Force’s 20 th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Conference, at Whatcom Community College. The title of the 2018 conference was “50 Years of freedom or 50 Years of fear?; Chaos or Community? Where do we go from here?” Shippentower-Games speaks of the courage it takes to organize communities in the face of societal oppression. She believes that in sharing her story she passes the values of education and cross-cultural connection to the public.

49 MIN2018 FEB 28
Comments
Nancy Shippentower-Games Shares Her Experiences of Indigenous Activism in the Fish Wars & Today

Remembering the Past with Nancy Shippentower-Games

Nancy Shippentower is a member of the Northwest Fishing Commission, a member of the Puyallup nation, and a fighter for tribal and fishing rights. Her parents are Jackie McCloud and Tom McCloud. She grew up in a family invested in the fishing wars during the 50’ and 60’s. She told us about how her father and their relatives went to jail for 60 days. When they were in jail the other inmates didn’t believe that they were there for fishing, and they asked the guards if they were telling the truth. Unlike many people in jail, her family were denied early release. Billy Frank jr. was her uncle, and he joined them in jail, was even kept in jail an additional week. Soon after he became the spokesperson for the tribes in Washington who fought for their fishing rights. Darrell mentions that he did speak very well and very strong, able to unite the tribes around his mind. She told us the story of when her father went to jail when she was 8 years old. At this time they were very poor (though...

33 MIN2018 FEB 28
Comments
Remembering the Past with Nancy Shippentower-Games
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