Witness to the Winds of Change
‘Witness to the Winds of Change’ is
an oral history presentation suitable for all adults and most teens. The universal human themes of religious
conflict, political domination, struggle for freedom, and hope for
reconciliation appeal to all audiences. This presentation describes the
colonial disruption of traditional village life in
This presentation lasts roughly one hour, including time for questions and answers from the participants. No special equipment is required – only a room with chairs. It would be well suited for multiple presentations, perhaps several times during a year. ‘Witness to the Winds of Change’ can be largely subsidized by the New Mexico Humanities Council, but sessions must be scheduled 2-3 months in advance to be sure of this additional support.