Audio and Video

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The Eagle Books series has a variety of supporting videos and podcasts to accompany the books and other printed material. The short videos and podcasts are based on the Eagle Books for early readers. Also included are promotional videos supporting healthy living in Indian Country. The In-Between People podcast celebrates the dedication and service of Community Health Representatives in Indian Country. The Story of Diabetes is an audio program highlighting diabetes prevention and education programs designed for Native Americans.

Eagle Book Videos

Through the Eyes of the Eagle
Rain That Dances meets an unhappy eagle. Mr. Eagle is sad because people in the community have type 2 diabetes. Mr. Eagle reminds him of his ancestor’s healthy ways.

Knees Lifted High
Rain That Dances introduces his best friend, Thunder Cloud, to Mr. Eagle. Mr. Eagle encourages the boys to be physically active every day and shows them how much fun it can be.

A Plate Full of Color
Miss Rabbit meets the boys’ friends, Little Hummingbird and Simon. Miss Rabbit teaches the children the value of eating a variety of colorful healthy foods.

Tricky Treats
Coyote tries to trick the children into eating unhealthy foods. The children learn the importance of avoiding tricky treats when choosing foods to eat.

Flying with the Eagle
This video shows how the Eagle Books were used as the basis of outreach events in Keweenaw Bay, Michigan, and Albuquerque, New Mexico, and suggests ways the materials can be used in other communities.

Story of the Eagle Books
This video tells the story of how the children’s Eagle Books came to be.

Diabetes Support Videos

Our Cultures Are Our Source of Health

This video highlights the wisdom of cultural knowledge, including harvesting local foods and playing traditional games, in promoting health and preventing diseases like type 2 diabetes in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.

Podcasts

The In-Between People (:21 min.) podcast

This podcast celebrates the dedication and service of community health representatives in Indian Country.

Through the Eyes of the Eagle Podcast (English)

Rain That Dances meets an unhappy eagle. Mr. Eagle is sad because people in the community have type 2 diabetes. Mr. Eagle reminds him of his ancestor’s healthy ways.

Audio-only

The Story of Diabetesexternal icon (1:15 min.)

Highlights diabetes prevention and education programs designed for Native Americans. It also identifies free diabetes prevention and education tools.

Page last reviewed: February 15, 2017