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Echoing of the Elders: Teachings for Coast Salish Youth introduces the voices of traditionally trained Elders, Chiefs and youth in and around Victoria, BC, Canada. In many Salish communities, the relationship between the young people and the Elders has eroded and it is time to echo the teachings of the old people, our ancestors. Echoing of the Elders offers a way of transforming those changes in directions that foster and encourage a flow of teachings to the youth, while honouring the teachers - the Elders. (2000, 42 minutes) Directed by Dale Hildebrand Produced by Dr. Philip Cook, Bill White - Xelimuxw/Kasalid (Coast Salish), and Dr. Natasha Blanchet-Cohen International Institute for Child Rights and Development www.iicrd.org www.cpid.iicrd.org
The barren life of an Inuit family and their children in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Arctic Canada more than fifty years ago. See my other 1100 clips by searching YouTube with 'michael rogge' Website 'Man and the Unknown' http://wichm.home.xs4all.nl/
In this video we will be talking about the Coast Salish people, their daily life, what their society looks like today and much more. Hope you enjoy!
I think its the US army, a Sgt(?). giving the raghead police a bollocking for being chicken sh*ts. excellent video.
Sgt. Pinocchio, the story of a military puppet is a counter-recruiting piece. An animated Sgt Pinocchio experiences acute nose-growing when faced with actual stories of the military by recent.
1) Tribal Journeys Every year Coast Salish, Canoe People, from tribes stretching from Alaska to Oregon converge by sea-canoe, traveling the traditional sea routes to a rendezvous for cultural.
different views on recruiting.