In episode 52, hear Bony War Pony Production crew, Kodee Artist and Evan Littlefish, discuss the process for creating their comedy films that are based on their childhood. Additionally, they talk about overcoming individual ego to make films.
In this episode, listen to amateur MMA fighter, Calob Ramirez (Apache), talk about his rise to winning an international competition in Montery, Mexico. Calob discusses his training and how he maintains focus.
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In this episode, listen to Isiah Yazzie (Navajo) talk about planning, producing, and performing comedy shows around Indian Country. Isiah has shared the stage with Tito Hoover and James & Ernie.
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In this episode, listen to Alvina Begay (Navajo) talk about training for the Olympic trials and for the Boston Marathon. Alvina also dicusses the importance of her culture and the impact her family has made on her running career.
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In this episode, listen to the transformational story of Waylon Pahona (Hopi, Tewa, Maricopa Pee-Posh). He stated, “The secret to fitness is helping people believe in themselves.”
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In episode 47, listen the founder of Real Native Fitness, Dietreich Rios-Nicolais (Ojibwe), talk about the fitness industry and how his non profit organization is bringing fitness to reservations around the U.S. His journey started after playing professional basketball.
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In this episode, listen to Debra Haaland discuss her path to leadership. Ms. Haaland is attempting to be the first Native American woman elected to congress. She stated, “I try to live my life in a way that young girls will look up to me.”
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Shandiin Herrera (Navajo) is a junior at Duke University where she is studying Public Policy. She wrote a poem that went viral back in the Spring of 2017. The poem is titled, A Forgotten Pride: Navajo Identity.
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Native Comedian, Tito Hoover explains how James and Ernie gave him a chance to do standup comedy. He further talks about his upcoming role on America's Got Talent.
Hear Tito live at The Northern Edge Casino in Farmington, New Mexico on September 12th, 2017.
In this episode, listen to Haley Laughter (Navajo) CEO and Anita Lara (Tortugas Puebla) Executive Director of Hozho Total Wellness talk about the benefits of yoga and how they blend traditional Navajo teachings with the various forms of yoga.
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