Join Raven and his guest Robert Satiacum, will be talking about Day of a 1000 Drums- A Rally for the Restoration of Ancestral Names.
My name is Robert Satiacum the son of Bob and Su’Zan Satiacum. I am a proud Indian enrolled with the Puyallup Tribe. My older siblings are Daniel, Steve, Vicki, Jody, my younger brother is Ty, and my sisters are Rene, Tammi and Lisa. Elizabeth Satiacum is my wife, My children are Robert Kyle jr or sonny boy, Elizabeth, Rachael, Skyler, and Sapphire. My grandchildren are, Emma Caiden, and Takoda.
Robert is working towards getting prepared to restore the original aboriginal indian name to Ti’ Swaq’ a.k.a Mt.Rainier. Sacred Names. Sacred Sites.
Cedar Media is a company dedicated to supporting the traditions, voices and healing of Native Americans through the use of digital media. It was founded in 2003 by independent media producers Mark Celletti and Robert Satiacum. Celletti and Satiacum have participated in Tribal Journeys for 12 years. They built the independent news web site: PuyallupTribalNews.com, which has made a positive impact on tribal politics. They also produced NativeElders.org (video interviews with native elders), NativeArtists.org, and most recently: CanoeWay.org.
Day of a 1000 Drums
Rally for the Restoration of Ancestral Names
Portland Ave Park, Tacoma WA
Sunday, May 30 from 11am to 4pm
Your interview on Terry’s Talk was uplifting. What have been the results of your efforts?