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Digital Storytelling

Project Showcase

Leo Eagle Bull
  • Leo’s story reveals his personal journey and how it inspired his work with the Carole Anne Heart Cancer Coalition, which provides resources to individuals with cancer and their loved ones.
  • Technical Project: Digital Story
Deidra Honyumptewa
  • Deidra’s story describes the program in which she is involved—HOPI Cancer Support Services—and its important efforts to raise awareness about cancer prevention and treatment.
  • Technical Project: Digital Story


Fred Harden and Linae Bigfire

  • Health Topic:  This story discusses prevention and treatment of diabetes in a local community and describes a local program, Ho-Chunk Hope: A Diabetes Free Future.  The story mentions the benefits of the program and why community members should consider getting tested for diabetes.
  • Technical Project: Digital Story


Sheri Blumberg - The TEARS foundation

  • Health Topic: This story describes how using traditional cradleboards can reduce infant mortality, as well as provide additional benefits to mothers and babies.
  • Technical Project: Digital Story


Brenda Geer

  • Health Topic: This story is about cancer education, prevention, and treatment.  The storyteller draws on knowledge from her own life, describing family and friends who have experienced cancer.
  • Technical Project (Digital Story): Digital Story


Jacob Davis (National Resource Center on Native American Aging)

  • Health Topic: This digital story describes Jacob's grandmother’s experiences with relocation and her efforts to get an education.  The story intended to be part of a series on elders who are heroes in the community.
  • Technical Project (Digital Story): Hero Project Story


Jody DeVault

  • Health Topic: This digital story describes how one member of the community has taken control of his diabetes and his health.
  • Technical Project (Digital Story): Clem and the Silent Disease 


Rethania Yazzie

  • Health Topic:  This digital story describes the Youth In Action program, and the positive impact it has on the lives of local high school students.
  • Technical Project (Digital Story): Building Bridges 

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