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Everything Change, Everything Change: Recollections of Ida Nason, An American Indian Elder| 27mins
Director: John Givens | Producer: Patricia Branch Larson & Sandra Lewis Nisbet
Focus Years: 1986 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: americas, consciousness, culture, human rights, ideas, system designs, united states
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Ida Nason, a Wenatchi Indian elder from Ellensburg, Washington, gives a spirited oral history of Washington state, stories about the immense change thrust upon the Plateau tribes during her lifetime. Filmed in 1986, this is a story of survival and adaptation in a time of challenge and uncertainty. Hear Ida speak of traditional wisdom and about the harmony between nature and the Indian way of life.

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