Tanka bars are probably the most recognizable Native American food products in the U.S.. In this radio program, Dawn Sherman, CEO of Native American Natural Foods, takes us through the Tanka's history, past challenges, as well as present day aspirations.
Producer: Shaldon Ferris (Khoisan)
Interviewee: Dawn Sherman (Lakota, Shawnee, Delaware)
Music : "Saami Drum" by Tyler, used with permission
"Burn your village to the ground" by A Tribe called Red, used with permission.
Los pueblos Indígenas tienen derecho a estar informados de lo que sucede en distintas partes del mundo. En este material podrá escuchar, descargar y compartir noticias destacadas de Colombia, Estados Unidos, México, Guatemala y Ecuador.
Música de Introducción:
“Burn Your Village to the Ground” por A Tribe Called Red. Usado con permiso.
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