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The Enduring Power of Storytelling

  • Museum of Native American History 202 Southwest O Street Bentonville, AR, 72712 United States (map)
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Oral history is a powerfully enduring aspect of the Earth's indigenous cultures. Now we are experiencing the first generation of people who might be referred to as "Indigitous" -or citizens of global cultures who have spent their entire lives as natives in the digital world of cyberspace. Audiobooks have now become the format upon which to gather, express, and perpetuate the oral history of these natives of cyberspace. In coordination with Fulcrum Publishing, America's foremost publisher of contemporary Indigenous authors, Indigenous Audiobooks mission is to provide a platform for contemporary indigenous authors to produce, record and distribute audiobooks and spoken word materials. Bobby Bridger, of Indigenous Audiobooks, Sam Scinta, of Fulcrum Press, and Joseph Bruchac, a prolific Native American author will discuss the diversity and breadth of Indigenous thought and culture in the 21st century.

Saturday, October 5th | 11:30 AM
Museum Location:
Great Room

Click HERE to learn more about Joseph Bruchac.
Click HERE to learn more about Sam Scinta.
Click HERE to learn more about Bobby Bridger.

Free; Registration Required

The Enduring Power of Storytelling
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