Living Voices/Voces Vivas (Sound recording : 2001)
National Museum of the American Indian. Community Services Department Search this
3 cu. ft. (3 record storage boxes)
This accession consists of production records created by the Community Services Department in their work producing "Living Voices/Voces Vivas." "Living Voices/Voces
Vivas" was an audio series in English and Spanish featuring profiles of Native Americans and Native Hawaiians today. The profiles feature people of many ages, traditions and
perspectives telling their own stories, reflecting the wide range of contemporary Native experience in Canada, Mexico, Panama, and the United States. It consists of 40 profiles
in English. Voces Vivas, available on a separate CD, consists of 10 profiles in Spanish.
The production of "Living Voices/Voces Vivas" was overseen by Keevin Lewis of the Community Services Department and Elizabeth Weatherford at the Film and Video Center,
National Museum of the American Indian. Materials include release forms, applications, transcripts, production notes, and interview recordings on DAT audiotapes and audiocassettes.
Indians of North America -- Social life and customs Search this