Alger Greyeyes: A Song of Thanks
This Thursday, around many dining tables across America, before enjoying a Thanksgiving feast, heads will bow as families and friends pause to give thanks for the bounty in their lives.
As part of "What's in a Song," an occasional series from the Western Folklife Center, we hear from Alger Greyeyes. He lives on the Navajo reservation in Arizona, and he offers a reminder of the beauty of food and the meaning of a bounty from the earth.
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