02006-08-31 | Environment, Nature, Radio | 1 comment

Earthwatch Radio
Joseph Bruchac is concerned about the environment, but he doesn’t lecture people. Instead, he visits schools to tell stories in the Native American tradition.

“Within our various cultures, the storyteller was often a man or a woman whose job it was to keep the memory of those things that we need alive, for without the memory of those things we will not survive. I fully believe that, as a storyteller, one of my jobs is to do a similar thing: to share with people, especially children, those stories that will help them to make the right decisions.”
(Via Mediaburn)

1 Comment

  1. yumiko

    that’s a fantastic article.


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