WUWM Highlights work of EQI on UWM Today

On two occasions, Tom Luljack, host of UWM Today on WUWM 89.7, spent time with folks from our institute to learn a little more about the work of EQI, its impact on students, and the community as well as more about the history of Milwaukee.

Learn About UWM’s ‘Commitment To Serving The Native American Population’

Part 1 includes stories of our shared history in Milwaukee and on the work of the institute with Director Noodin and graduate student Breu.
(From left) Tom Luljack with Margaret Noodin and Nathon Breu.

Native American Big Drums: A Performance & Chat

As promised at the end of the part 1 conversation, part 2 extends on the conversation and includes a performance from our teaching big drum student group.
Tom Luljak with guests: (front row) Marcus, Nathon, and Mike; (back row) Elizabeth, Angela, Monea, Morgan, Cyndi (Tom), and Margaret songs performed:
* American Indian Movement (AIM) song
* Nakweshkodaadidaa ekobiiyag (Meet me by the water)
* Traveling Song
You can listen and learn these songs as well! They can be found by clicking on each name.