photo credit: Nicola Majocchi
I’ve come across an interview with Zonnie Gorman that is applicable to our appreciation of the Navajo language. I am grateful I came across it, especially with Navajo Code Talkers Day just around the corner (August 14).
Zonnie Gorman is the daughter of Carl Gorman who was one of the original 29 Navajo Code Talkers. She is a recognized historian on our beloved Navajo Code Talkers. She was interviewed on March 12, 2012 by Dr. Robert-Falcon Ouellette, At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research.
More information on where and when Gorman will be lecturing next is posted on her website: www.zonniegorman.com.
The interview audio can be downloaded at: http://www.attheedgeofcanada.com/2012/03/zonnie-gorman-talks-about-growing-up_20.html
Interview begins at 7:07