Sprouts:Survival is Indigenous 
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Sprouts  Survival is Indigenous   
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Sprouts  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
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In conversation with Barry Vogel ("Radio Curious"), Sally Roesch Wagner discusses how, throughout history, European cultures kept turning to indigenous cultures for hints on how to live, then kept turning away and forgetting. For instance, early Americans wondered, why don't Indian women experience pain in childbirth? Why do they live so much longer than we do? (The answers range from matters of food and dress to foundational belief systems.)

Wagner especially explores the indigenous concept of "balance" between male and female (as opposed to "equality"), and how in Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) society, women had the role of choosing the male leaders. She also touches on the deleterious influence of Christian ideology on women in western societies.

Sally Roesch Wagner, currently of Syracuse University, is considered an expert on early American feminism and its connection to indigenous culture.  
Sally Roesch Wagner 
Notes: Credits:
Program adapted from Radio Curious 01-13-2016  Barry Vogel, Esq.: Radio Curious producer
Christina Aanestad, Yuko Kodama: Assistant Producers of Radio Curious
"Torpedoes on Tuesday," The Poison Control Center 
Topics
Feminism | Indigenous | Mothers  
 
 
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View Script    12-28-2016  English 
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