A Life Woven Together Between Shepherd and Sheep
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In this interview with Jay and Nikyle Begay and Zefren Anderson, we learn about the long arc of relationship between the Dine and the Churro Sheep. Beyond the narratives promulgated by colonization about when this relationship began, we dive into a landscape of relationships held together by mutual care and exchange between shepherds and sheep. The wool from Churro is long, colorful and exists as the foundation for multiple artistic and deeply functional lifeways that are discussed in this powerful exchange. Weaving Voices is part of Whetstone Radio Collective. Learn more about Weaving Voices here. Find show notes here. And transcript here.
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