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Father and son storytellers and musicians Joseph and Jesse Bruchac of the Nulhegan Abenaki Nation use traditional music, storytelling, and the Abenaki language to describe the continuing connection of their people to Ndakinna (our land.) They share greeting and friendship songs and tell stories that relate to the creation of the place now called Vermont.
About the Presenters
A citizen of the Nulhegan Abenaki Nation, Joseph Bruchac has authored over 170 books and has performed throughout the United States and abroad. His poems, fiction, and essays have appeared in hundreds of publications. Time listed his novel Code Talker as one of the 100 best YA books of all time. Jesse Bowman Bruchac is a Nulhegan Abenaki citizen and works as co-director of his family-run education center Ndakinna, where he teaches Native American Life Ways and the Abenaki language. In ongoing efforts to make the language more accessible, he created the free language teaching website WesternAbenaki.com.
Underwriter: Passumpsic Bank, FDIC
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