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A Talk with RED FEATHER WOMAN, Rose Red Elk

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A talk with Cherrie Collazo of Gaia Global Marketing and RED FEATHER WOMAN (Lakota/Assiniboine) Internationally known, Rose Red Elk aka, Wieka Luta Win, Red Feather Woman, Native American storyteller, singer, songwriter and author. Born on the Fort Peck Reservation in Poplar, Montana is an enrolled member of the Sioux/Assiniboine Tribes. Rose has captivated audiences for more than 20 years, singing and telling traditional stories to children and adults of all ages. June 8, 2006 in Hollywood, FL, won the Native American Music Award, in the Spoken Word Category and 2004 & 2007 nominated for ISMA(Indian Summer Music Award) and in 2008 has been nominated once more for a Native American Music Award for her latest CD-Distant Drums. In April 2008, Red Feather Woman completed an extensive tour of Turkey, and Pakistan, sponsored by the US State Department. She was received with great applause and enthusiasm by all audiences numbering in the thousands as she wove her traditional stories. She also received national media coverage in Pakistan. As storyteller/musicians blending the tales of hope, and spiritual survival, Red Feather Woman proved to be a “true” ambassador of peace and unity throughout the 8 cities in Turkey and 4 providences of Pakistan including the capital Islamabad.

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