In episode 61, Navajo Nation Council Delegate Amber Kanazbah Crotty talks about her path to leadership, the process of running for council, and the challenges of being bi-racial. Delegate Crotty is serving on the Health, Education and Human Service committee and is the Chairperson for the Navajo Sexual Assault Prevention sub-committee.
In episode 60, Lyndon Tsosie (Navajo) talks about the intracacies of the jewlery and stamp industry. Lyndon is the owner of House of Stamps. Lyndon sells stamps in 26 countries around the world. Lastly, Lyndon displays his jewelry in NYC at the Urban Spirits Gallery.
Follow Lyndon or House of Stamps on Facebook.
In episode 59, Ryneldi Becenti (Dine) discusses being the first Native American to play in the WNBA. She also talks about playing at Arizona State University and professionally for the Phoenix Mercury. Ryneldi currently holds skills camps for youth around Indian Country.
Contact Ryneldi on Facebook to conduct a skills camp in your area.
In episode 57, Mark Williams (Choctaw) founder of Native Boy Productions, talks about how he funds his films, the message he is conveying in his films, and upcoming projects.
Follow Mark on Facebook or help fund a current film, Broken at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/broken-a-real-story-about-native-oklahoma-film
In episode 55, Larenson Henderson (Navajo) talks about how he built a winning program at Shiprock High School. He discusses what he looks for in student athletes. He commented, "We won state when the girls focused on making 3.0 GPAs." Coach Henderson was part of 6 NM State Championship teams, two of them as a head coach.
In episode 54, Dirk Whitebreast talks about how he developed a passion for running. Dirk states, "I started running after my sister's suicide." He further explains why he started the company Red Earth Running. Dirk was also the youngest council member of the Sac & Fox Meskwaki Nation.
In this episode, listen to Kevin Aspaas (Navajo) discuss designing the complicated wedge weave and the male and female perspective of weaving. Kevin talks about marketing rugs and the process of being invited to prestigious art shows.
Follow Kevin on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
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.