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Our Wild World

Our Wild World

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March 18th 2013:Rekindling Maasai Heritage, with Joshua Ole Musa

Our special guest today is Joshua Ole Musa, a key team member of the Maasai Cultural Heritage Program, and in coordinating an annual festival. The project’s goal is to perpetuate Maasai heritage in an age of cultural convergence and loss of traditions through gathering both historical and contemporary culture material and art. To discover how other tribal cultures maintain and celebrate their cultural heritage, three Maasai Joshua Kirrinkol, Michael Tiampati, John Kimanga, an anthropologist, and a representative of African Conservation Fund, traveled together as part of a planning team, to vis

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world 18/12/2017 08:00 18/12/2017 09:00 Our Wild World https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2129/our-wild-world Our special guest today is Joshua Ole Musa, a key team member of the Maasai Cultural Heritage Program, and in coordinating an annual festival. The project’s goal is to perpetuate Maasai heritage in an age of cultural convergence and loss of traditions through gathering both historical and contemporary culture material and art. To discover how other tribal cultures maintain and celebrate their cultural heritage, three Maasai Joshua Kirrinkol, Michael Tiampati, John Kimanga, an anthropologist, and a representative of African Conservation Fund, traveled together as part of a planning team, to visit to the 63rd Annual Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture in Flagstaff, Arizona, visiting with Navajo artists, pastoralists, spiritual leaders, an environmental group, and schools throughout the Navajo Nation to learn about some of the ways the Navajo are maintaining their cultural heritage. http://www.africanconservationfund.org/index.php/current-projects VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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