Category Archives: Oglala

NVTV – Corinne Oestreich: Oglala/Lakota-Blackfoot

Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau interviews Corinne Oestreich (Oglala/Lakota-Blackfoot), multi-talented Jingle Dress Dancer, Professional Photographer (for 5 years: Outdoor Engagements, Weddings and Portraits), Theatrical Actor-Dancer (Currently in a Musical – Fiddler on the Roof) at San Jose Sunnyvale Community Players Theatre), School Teacher for 1st – 3rd graders (Supportive Resource for students to meet grade level standards) on Native Voice TV.

Corinne Oestreich has her roots in San Jose, California, Sonoma State University graduate (Major in Musical Theatre, Minor in Opera) and primarily works for as a (Outdoor, Natural Light) photographer and writer. LeBeau asks how she decides what articles to write? Do people recommend ‘Topics’?

She brings up that she originates her own ‘Topics’ and gives her latest article on the website, ‘Native American Students Achieving Greatness‘. She interviews ‘Joey Montoya‘ who had just graduated from San Jose State University.
Oestreich shares some of her photography and talks about some incidents that have happened along the way.

LeBeau asks about the ‘Gathering of the Nations‘ which Oestreich has attended for the first time (2017). She mentions that the event is awesome due to the New Venue the POW WOW takes place.

At the Alburqueque ‘Fairgrounds‘ but at the Tingley Coliseum (Named after Former Democratic Governor, Clyde Tingley – 11th Governor, 1935). A much larger venue for the event. Plenty of room for the Grand entry. 10,000 permanent seats. Room to have Rodeos, Monster Truck shows, large music events, etc.

LeBeau and Oestreich mention their past and current activisms (Standing Rock, Native American Walk) and diverse native american cultural heritages – ‘Respect and Honor‘.

This show is a must share.

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

NVTV – Marvel Harding (Ohkay Owingeh) & Teddy Caskey (Oglala Sioux-Northern Cheyenne)

Craig Pasqua (Cherokee) interviews Marvel Harding (Ohkay Owingeh) and Teddy Caskey (Oglala Sioux-Northern Cheyenne) on Native Voice TV.

Harding and Caskey moved to San Jose in their early adolescents (1950- 60’s) from two different reservations (San Juan, N.M. and Pine Ridge, N.D., respectively). Each tell their story of their experiences in Indian Boarding Schools and how they met in San Jose.

Pasqua states how each of them are long term residents of San Jose and how they have dedicated their traditional ‘Quilt making skills.’to the Indian community.

This show gives two different perspectives of how the Relocation from their reservations to the city had affected them to assimilate to mainstream society and how to keep their traditions and culture.

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows five times a week
Monday at 5 PM
(Wed., Thurs. & Fri. – Various Times)

NVTV – William Underbaggage (Oglala Lakota)

William Underbaggage

Cihuapilli Rose Amador and Sundance Martinez interviews William Underbaggage (Oglala Lakota), founder and executive director of Indigenous Nations Network, INN (1999) on Native Voice TV.

Underbaggage states that the INN organization focuses on Native American issues that are political, religious and of indigenous rights and culture. He talks about indigenous tribes throughout the americas and how he help create the ‘Lakota-Mexica Cultural Exchange‘.

Underbaggage talks a lot on this 1/2 hour show about his ‘Anti-War Movement’ mission. He has traveled around the world to talk about peace to many other indigenous people. He states he always carries his peace pipe with him and prays.

Underbaggage gives many examples of the untruths of wars. Through these examples he makes more people aware of how many people of color in America are targeted to fight these manufactured wars.

Underbaggage mentions a 55 minute video called, ‘The Struggle in the Americas: The American Empire Against Indigenous Nations’ and a movie, ‘A Tatto on my Heart’. He mentions both of these are not put out by the mass media.

This is a very good show. Take the time and become aware of what we continue to do to other indigenous nations and to our own young people.

Fresno (CMAC 93) Educational Channel 93
of  Native Voice TV shows four times a week
(Monday, Wed., Friday & Sat.) at 5PM.

NVTV – Billy Means – Oglala Lakota (Sioux)

Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau and Craig Pasqua interviews Billy Mills (Oglala-Lakota-Sioux) a Olympic Gold medalist (1964) on Native Voice TV.

Billy Mills, an Oglala-Lakota-Sioux American Indian from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota talks about his early childhood of his parents passing, his early college days of his vision of winning the Olympic 10k Meter run and his healing his ‘Broken Wings of his Soul’ by having ‘Dream’ come true.

He continues to speak of his Non-Profit involvement of helping the youth creating their visions through their involvement in the reservations and/or urban centers.

NVTV – PAAW Diabetes Prevention Study

Cihuapilli Rose Amador LeBeau interviews
Al Cross (Hidatsa/Mandan); Paul Flores IV, (Apache/Yaqui) and Adrian Kendrick (Oglala Sioux)
on Native Voice TV.

Cihuapilli Rose Amador Le Beau discusses how to live a healthier lifestyle by becoming a participant in a Stanford Research medical study being done for individuals of Native heritage… by Native people.

PAAW: Pathways to American Indian and Alaska Native Wellness

Al Cross, Paul Flores IV and Adrian Kendrick are guests with information about different aspects of the program.

The study is open to Individuals with Indigenous Heritage including:
American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders and those Indigenous to the Americas.
Must be age 21+, +1 risk factor and English speaking.

The study is FREE, will be held in San Jose, CA and will last from August 2015-April 2016

If you are interested in participating please contact, Health Promotion Director: Ramin Naderi by email:
or visit www.Face Book/PAAW4healing

This Sunday  July 21st
on Comcast Channel 15 @ 8:00P.M.