Difficult to hear anything. Continues on side 2. Side 2 audible. Mary Hillaire breifly discusses issues with governor's commission, addressing topics like Indian people and Indian resources. Also discusses Task Force and Indian Recervations.
"Education needs to be redefined," says woman. Discusses wrongs in educational and social system. Sounds like adults/faculty talking
Tape on Native American spirit and values toward environment. 1 side.
2 sides. Side 2 discusses materialism, racism, American society and opening minds to alternatives.
Student presents essay on experience in Native American winter ceremony and discusses what it means to be Indian. 2 sides.
Nothing audible on tape.
Meeting dicussing education funding, B.I.A., Native Americans.
Side 2 "Portland B.I.A. 1/2478. S-2
Affiliated Tribes meeting, discusses task force, etc.Cuts out at end of tape.
Instructional tape on being praised.
Class in educational foundations. Hillaire Speech on Native Americans and education.
Side 2 "Evaluation of Supportive Programs for Ethnic Minorities"
Wyle Nathan of University of Washington presents a report, Professor William Shilts (creator of program?) speaks.
Discussing blacks and other races. Recording cuts out fairly early on tape.
Side 2 (no label)
Indian drums and chanting.
University of Washington student Ike George discusses dealing with Indian people and all (natural) resources in Indian Reservations.Guest speakers: Jan Whitefisher (main speaker; on establishing an Indian University), Jack Widley, John Fletcher, Robert Bradford, Keith Helthrough. Cuts out at end of tape.
First of 7 interviews regarding contractive studies at the Indian Center in Seattle. Hillaire explains Native American studies and Native American education. 2 sides. Cuts out at end of tape. Tape does not rewind?
Brief Hillaire lecture
Side 2 "SW 520. 5-12-71"
Seminar with Hillaire, discussing racism, caseworkers, cultural differences, etc.
Instructional material on motivation.
Hard to hear talking through the echoes. Discussing professionalism, ethics, etc. Cuts out at end of tape.
Side 2: "10/1 Penninsula"
Hillaire speaks at a workshop/conference on her first year experience as a teacher's aide.
Edwin Kapanahow, Robert Folk (Community Action Program), Chairman of McCall Tribal Council, Director Mary Hillaire, and another person. Presenting different problems, perspectives on problems and changes in "Indian Villages".
Hillaire speaks on her education. Followed by recording of Hillaire playing piano, continues on side 2.
Disappearing Task Force meeting.
Mary Hillaire lecture
Side 2: "Small Group Teacher Aide counselor aide confer. 9/23. D.R.S. Who am I and How Do I Feel"
Seminar with Hillaire. Student presents the discussion topic.
Class discussion - lead by student/Hillaire?
Seminar with Hillaire. Discussion includes: What death feels like; birth and death; beliefs in the afterlife - spirits, etc.
Discussing commitees, (funding) Indian education, etc.
Side 2 "After Dinner 11/11/71 Grinnell. 11/12/71 01 (MC). Willie Jones. Dr. McCartney"
Third day of a conference. Professor Rosemary McCartney lectures on Native American learning styles, stigma regarding IQ tests, collaboration vs. competition, etc. Darlene Eagleberry and other young Native Americans on "What is Indianess". In a group, Hillaire discusses professional ethics, etc. Cuts out at end of tape.
Discusses Indian culture and pride/shame of Indians in society.
Recording of Hillaire saying words, their definitions and example sentences using them. 2 sides. Side 2 is mostly a hypnosis recording.
Mary Hillaire meets, discusses with others, topics like social services
Side 2 "Rosie Rucian"
Meeting with Mary Hillaire and Native Americans for change, demonstrating rights of Native Americans