Tuesday May 24, 2022

Burning Embers: Passionately lit for culture, community and corn

Real Native Roots: Untold Stories presents to you Dr. Michael Kotutwa Johnson. A humble, self-loving, passionate Hopi farmer exclaims, "It's a good day to be Indigenous!" Micheal takes us on a journey by sharing fond memories of racing across the planting fields with his quaà'ah (grandfather), his love for planting, beliefs in traditional ecological knowledge, and encouraging us to do more for ourselves, our community, and our youth (future). Join his dog Soya (Hopi planting stick) and us in learning why it's a good day to be Indigenous.


Read "Beginnings" from One Drum: Stories and Ceremonies for a Planet by Richard Wagamese.






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