Tag Archives: Nancy Shippentower-Games

Nancy Shippentower on “Make No Bones About It.” May 6th, 2018 at 5 pm

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Nancy’s parents are Donald & Janet McCloud, we grew up on the banks of the Nisqually River, my father’s parents are Willie Frank & Angeline Tobin, my mother’s are Mamie McCoy & John Renecker – I have 7 siblings, 6 children and 10 grandchildren. I live in Yelm, WA., by my parents home..

Janet is a Tulalip Tribal Member, Don is a Puyallup Tribal member.

Nancy grew up in the fishing wars on both the Nisqually & Puyallup River – we seen, heard and felt the anger of the sportsmen, game agents and the state government.

Nancy graduated from college at Evergreen College under the direction of Mary Hilliare.

Nancy worked at the Puyallup Tribe off and on for over 30 years – I like Natural resources jobs,. Nancy has been on Tribal Council during the Land Claims Settlement.

Signed the Centennial Accord & Puyallup Tribal Land Claims.

Nancy is very vocal when it comes to telling the truth of the fishing rights, or protecting our natural resources.

Nancy said we were very luck our parents took us around d the United States to visit other nations, participate in their ceremonies and learn different traditions and cultures.

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Truth through Art – April 24, 2016, 4pm on Make No Bones About It.

We will be hearing from Nancy Shippentower (hopefully) , Grace Cox, Lucas Saul, Chauncey Lee Peltier, Ira Coyne, and me Raven Redbone.  Sharing the story of Leonard Peltier Art and much more. Tune in this Sunday, April 24th, 2016, at 4pm.

Thank to Olympia Food Co-op for Supporting Leonard Peltier!

 

Suzan Satiacum, Nancy Shippentower and Robert Satiacum speak about Fishing Rights Struggle and more. 4-5pm, 2-8-2015

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left to Right Suzan Satiacum, Nancy Shippentower and Robert Satiacum.

Learn the Truth about what happened during the Fishing Struggle and the what is still happening today.

Indigenous perspective a sense of place. We have a History to Tell. October 27th, 2013, 4-8 pm

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We Have our History to Tell. The panel is  to bring and gain an understanding, through Indigenous perspective a sense of place.
Panelist are:
Charlene Krise,Squaxin
Nancy Shippentower,Puyallup
Robert Satiacum, Puyallup
Marvin Kempf, Snoqualmie
Colleen Jollie,Turtle Mountain Chippewa                                                                      Darrell Phare, Lummi
Jewell James, Lummi                                                                                                            Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Lakota
Linley B. Logan,Tonawanda, Seneca

produced by:
Gary Galbreath, host/producer of “View from the Shore.”
Brian Frisina,aka Raven Redbone  host/producer of “Make No Bones About It.”

Make No Bones About It and View from the Shore you can listen on the air on October 27th, from 4-8 pm “Indigenous Perspective, Story and Sense of Place”. www.kaosradio.org

Nancy Shippentower-Games on “Make No Bones About It. 4-21-2013 4pm

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Nancy’s parents are Donald & Janet McCloud, we grew up on the banks of the Nisqually River, my father’s parents are Willie Frank & Angeline Tobin, my mother’s are Mamie McCoy & John Renecker – I have 7 siblings, 6 children and 10 grandchildren. I live in Yelm, WA., by my parents home..

Janet is a Tulalip Tribal Member, Don is a Puyallup Tribal member.

Nancy grew up in the fishing wars on both the Nisqually & Puyallup River – we seen, heard and felt the anger of the sportsmen, game agents and the state government.

Nancy graduated from college at Evergreen College under the direction of Mary Hilliare.

Nancy worked at the Puyallup Tribe off and on for over 30 years – I like Natural resources jobs,. Nancy has been on Tribal Council during the Land Claims Settlement.

Signed the Centennial Accord & Puyallup Tribal Land Claims.

Nancy is very vocal when it comes to telling the truth of the fishing rights, or protecting our natural resources.

Nancy said we were very luck our parents took us around d the United States to visit other nations, participate in their ceremonies and learn different traditions and cultures.

Nancy Shippentower-Games on “Make No Bones About It.” March 3, 2013 4pm

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Nancy’s parents are Donald & Janet McCloud, we grew up on the banks of the Nisqually River, my father’s parents are Willie Frank & Angeline Tobin, my mother’s are Mamie McCoy & John Renecker – I have 7 siblings, 6 children and 10 grandchildren. I live in Yelm, WA., by my parents home..

Janet is a Tulalip Tribal Member, Don is a Puyallup Tribal member.

Nancy grew up in the fishing wars on both the Nisqually & Puyallup River – we seen, heard and felt the anger of the sportsmen, game agents and the state government.

Nancy graduated from college at Evergreen College under the direction of Mary Hilliare.

Nancy worked at the Puyallup Tribe off and on for over 30 years – I like Natural resources jobs,. Nancy has been on Tribal Council during the Land Claims Settlement.

Signed the Centennial Accord & Puyallup Tribal Land Claims.

Nancy is very vocal when it comes to telling the truth of the fishing rights, or protecting our natural resources.

Nancy said we were very luck our parents took us around d the United States to visit other nations, participate in their ceremonies and learn different traditions and cultures.