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Native Braids: A grandmother sings a Ute worship song and talks about the meaning behind the lyrics

Native Braids: Kathryn Jacket
Mia Clark
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Kathryn Jacket attends a youth camp in Towaoc, Colorado. Summer, 2021.

Hear this story and others on the Native Braids website.

Kathryn Jacket and her granddaughter Jeralyne Arnold are close. They spend most evenings together watching their favorite shows and talking on the living room couch. So when they sat down for an interview, Kathryn and Jeralyne were very much at ease with one another.

In this excerpt of their conversation, Kathryn sings a Ute worship song and talks about the meaning behind the lyrics.

Kathryn Jacket and Jeralyne Arnold are both members of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.

Pictured above: Kathryn Jacket attends a youth camp in Towaoc, Colorado. Summer, 2021.

When to listen on KSUT:
Native Braids episodes can be heard on both Tribal Radio and Four Corners Public Radio at approximately the following times (actual time may vary slightly due to story length):

- Mondays and Wednesdays: at approx 7:50 AM during Morning Edition
- Tuesdays and Thursdays: at approx 5:50 PM during All Things Considered

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