Walking is an elemental movement for many of us. This episode we share our own recorded walks and discuss the pleasure and challenges of being a pedestrian. A playlist of walking-themed songs fills out the show.
The second hour we will also play music by indigenous artists. This is a replay from our show about Indigenous People’s Day and the International Day on Nonviolence, and we thought it was well worth playing again the week of Thanksgiving.
We’re thankful for you, our listeners, and the opportunities we’ve had to talk with amazing people doing great things this year. Have a good week!
You can learn more about Vermont’s indigenous communities at the links below:
Abenaki Nation of Missisquoi: https://www.abenakination.com/
The Elnu Abenaki Tribe: http://elnuabenakitribe.org/
The Koas Abenaki Nation: http://koasekofthekoas.org/
Nulhegan Abenaki Tribe: https://abenakitribe.org/
Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs: https://vcnaa.vermont.gov/