Edward Wemytewa, March 20, 2016

Title

Edward Wemytewa, March 20, 2016

Subject

Zuni Indians.
Theater.
Political activists.
Zuni artists
Storytelling.

Description

Edward Wemytewa, a former collaborator with Roadside Theater, discusses channeling his Zuni heritage through storytelling. He talks about the immense changes in the Zuni culture and landscape as well as how these changes affected the Zuni people. He also discusses collaborating with Roadside Theater and learning to communicate with them in an effective way. He mentions finding his way to political activism, getting kicked off the Zuni tribal council, and how he developed his storytelling throughout the years.

Format

audio

Identifier

2018oh128_appal043

Interviewer

Jeffrey A. Keith

Interviewee

Edward Wemytewa

Interview Keyword

Corn Mountain/Pine Mountain
Zuni culture
Roadside Theater
Dudley Cocke
Ron Short

Files

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Citation

“Edward Wemytewa, March 20, 2016,” Exploring the Legacies of Appalshop Oral History Project, accessed February 25, 2024, https://nunncenter.net/legaciesofappalshop/items/show/41.