8 October 2021

Stretching. Gym in the Apartment. NK Body Philosophy.
The Air That I Breathe – Della Reese
Jefferson – Mary Hopkin
You’ve Got to Move – Mary D. Williams feat. John B. Dobbin
Back in the U.S.A. – Chuck Berry
For Sale? – Kendrick Lamar
L-O-V-E – Al Green
Gallows Pole – Odetta
Over in the Meadow – John McCutcheon
On Raglan Road – Sinead O’Connor
Round & Round – Bonnie Raitt
Delta – Crosby, Stills & Nash
Old College Avenue – Harry Chapin
I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free – Nina Simone
Noche Nochera – Guardabarranco
Kitty’s Back – Bruce Springsteen
Sarabande in Pencil Form – Calexico

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7 October 2021

Stretching. Gym in the Apartment. NK Body Philosophy.
Basements – Frank Waln feat. Nake Nula Waun
Cake Walkin’ Babies – Louis Armstrong
Healing Song #1 – Primeau, Mike & Attson
I’ll Remember April – Miles Davis
The Navigator – Hurray for the Riff Raff
End of the Line – The Traveling Wilburys
Before You Accuse Me – Credence Clearwater Revival
Back on the Road Again – The Sands Family
Lizzette La Douce – BeauSoleil
The Angels Laid Him Away – Rhiannon Giddens
Gnus – The Smothers Brothers
Campfire – Wu Tang Clan
What Better Said – k.d.lang
Another Bag of Bricks – Flogging Molly
Lawyers in Love – Jackson Browne
Wah-Wah – George Harrison
The Elephant – Pete Seeger
Sourwood Mountain – Alan Shelton

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6 October 2021

Stretching. Gym in the Apartment. NK Body Philosophy.
Murder of Matthew Shephard. Birth of Fannie Lou Hamer.
Laramie – Magdalen Hsu-Li
Scarecrow – Deena Rae Turner
The Fence – Peter Katz
Matthew Shepard – Heather Lev
American Triangle – Elton John
Scarecrow – Melissa Etheridge
God Loves Everyone – Ron Sexsmith
Remaining songs by Fannie Lou Hamer:
Precious Lord
Run Mourner, Run
City Called Heaven
All the Pretty Little Horses
I’m Gonna Land on the Shore
Oh Lord, You Know Just How I Feel
I’m Going Down to the River of Jordan
Jesus Is My Only Friend
Pick a Bale of Cotton
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
Walk with Me
This Little Light of Mine
Certainly Lord
Woke up This Morning

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5 October 2021

Stretching. Gym in the Apartment. NK Body Philosophy.
When I’m Dead – Eric Bogle
The Late Show – Jackson Browne
Exodus – Carlos Jones and the PLUS Band
Done Gone Blue – Los Lobos
Bisbee Blue – Calexico
Jajai – Victor Jara
Amazing Grace – Walela
Wildfire – Demi Lovato
Piper to the End – Mark Knopfler
The Second Time – Fleetwood Mac
La Fille de Quatore Ans – Beausoleil
Tuva Kazhangnar – Tuva Folk Ensemble

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4 October 2021

Stretching. Gym in the Apartment. NK Body Philosophy.
Hound Dog – Elvis Presley
Lite a Flame – Laura Nyro
Big Cat – Afro Celt Sound System
Wildlife – Nomad
Last Lonely Eagle – New Riders of the Purple Sage
The Four Legged Ones – Joanne Shennandoah
Lezonkomo – Ladysmith Black Mombaza
When Elephants Cry – Mayuka Thais
Red-Tailed Hawk – R. Carlos Nakai
Flamingo – Kero Kero Bonito
To the Last Whale – Crosby & Nash
Voice of the Prairie – Jack Gladstone & Rob Quist
Prayers for Polar Bears – Adina Nyree
Prayer of St. Francis – Sarah McLachlan
King of Birds – Karline Polwart
A Song of Peace – David LaMotte

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3 October 2021

Stretching. Gym in the Apartment.
Leave Me – Wilco
Home Again – Carole King
Pili Mi Ka’i Manti – Israel Kamakawi wo’ole
Reconciliation – Eric Bogle
The News about William – Calexico
Stardust – Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis
What Is This Thing Called Love – Billy Tipton
Button Up Your Overcoat – Carol Channing
U Will Never Know – BMU
Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Ending Page – f(x)
Ascot Gavotte – My Fair Lady
Barbados – Our Native Daughters
Songbird – Carly Simon
I God My Eyes on You – Gary Clark, Jr.
Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho – The Fisk Jubilee Singers

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2 October 2021

Walking. Germantown.
Yellow Moon – The Neville Brothers
My Beautiful People – Melanie
Whateva Will Be – A Tribe Called Quest
Stille Tranen, Op. 32, No. 10 – Marian Anderson & Franz Rupp
You’ve Changed – Eva Cassidy
Oh Freedom – The Princely Players
Grandfather’s Talking – Shelley Morningsong
When She Sleeps – Relativity
How Long – Jackson Browne
Tie the Bonnet – Lunasa
Black & White – Sarah McLachlan
This Wheel’s on Fire – The Band
The Grand Tour – Aaron Neville
Go and Say Goodbye – Buffalo Springfield
Computer Blue – Prince & The Revolution

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30 September 2021

Today, September 30, the National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS), along with other Native American individuals, groups, and marks a National Day of Remembrance for U.S. Indian Boarding Schools. This aligns with the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation that is observed in Canada for residential school survivors. It is also called Orange Shirt Day to honor the story of one girl whose treasured orange shirt given to her by her grandmother was taken away from her at residential school. The orange shirt has come to symbolize awareness for the children who died or went missing at these institutions. NABS has orange t-shirts available to purchase. Time for education and action.
Walking. Germantown.
Stretching. Gym in the apartment.
Lost Souls – Tom Jackson
Residential School Song – Cheryl Bear
Child of the Government – Jayli Wolf
My Country ’tis of Thy People You’re Dying – Buffy Sainte-Marie
BEFORE – A Tribe Called Red, feat. Joseph Boyden
Warrior Heart – Shawnee
Apatapasiq – Mike Bern
Battlefields – Twin Flames
Save Mob – Snotty Nose Rez Kids, feat. Nooky & Birdz
open window – nehiyawak
Drums – John Densmore & Floyd Westerman
How I Feel – A Tribe Called Red, feat. Leonard Sumner, Shad & Northern Voice
Took the Children Away – Archie Roach
Take Me Home – Indian City
Spirit Horses – Annie Humphrey
He Can Fancy Dance – Cindy Paul
The Land of the Blind – Ira Provost
Why Us – N’we Jinan Artists

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National Day of Remembrance for U.S. Indian Boarding Schools

Today, September 30, the National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition (NABS), along with other Native American individuals, groups, and allies will honor a National Day of Remembrance for U.S. Indian Boarding Schools. This aligns with the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation that is honored in Canada for residential school survivors. It is also called Orange Shirt Day to honor the story of one girl whose treasured orange shirt given to her by her grandmother was taken away from her at residential school. The orange shirt has now come to symbolize awareness for the children who died or went missing at these institutions. We encourage everyone to wear orange shirts, raise awareness on that day to educate others, and attend or host community healing events. NABS has orange t-shirts available to purchase.

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26 September 2021

Walking. Germantown.
Stretching. Gym in the apartment.
Windmill – Wu Tang Clan
Wildfires – John Trudell
Voices – John Munro
Thorn in Your Side – namoli brennet
Right Here Waiting for You – Blues Traveler
Far Away in Australia – The Wolfe Tones
Cry Baby – Janis Joplin
Native Land – Paul Robeson
Sunrise on Brooklyn – Black 47
Blowing in the Wind – Stevie Wonder
Sweet Sunny South – John McCutcheon
Asi Como Hoy Matan Negros – Victor Jara
Airplane – Rusted Root
Sylvie – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Doctor’s Orders – Aretha Franklin and Luther Vandross

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