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NativeVoiceTV Thankful for the Season

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Published on Nov 11, 2011

This is a show we did in 2009.
Cihuapilli Rose Amador had Richard Windfeathers on as her guest this day.
He told us about the murder of his 18 year old son Jerome. How he was treated by the police and what happened to the boys that killed his son.
Richard has since appeared on our show playing original music on his flutes and he has also appeared with Native American Veterans group in charge of distributing the (Native Americans Killed In Action) NAKIA flag.

Richard and his wife Geri have since become great friends with us here at NVTV.

Native Voice TV airs every Monday at 8:30 PM, Channel 15 & online @creatvsj.org, "On Demand".

Native Voice TV has featured the dress, songs, dances, language, arts and crafts of various individuals, groups and organizations in order to provide an educational and informative program for the Native community and the general public.

We are now able to show you entire shows on YouTube, as they were televised.
THANK YOU YouTube!
Some things I can edit down to shorter versions, but with some, the entire show is worth watching.
I hope this isn't to much.
Thanks!
Steve Macias
Native Voice TV

Steve Macias is one of the original founding members of the Santa Clara Vanguard Drum and Bugle Corps, a bass guitar player, former jet dragster driver turned associate producer, director and editor for Native Voice TV in San Jose, California.

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