|4733||EVERYTHING CHANGE, EVERYTHING CHANGE||EVERYTHING CHANGE, EVERYTHING CHANGE||1986||color||28 min||vhs|| Ida Nason recalls nearly a century of change among the Plateau Indians in Central Washington State. Her life, spanning nearly a century, dramatizes the resourcefulness, the adaptability, the vibrancy of American Indians. Her stories keep alive the strong values of that culture. Her Indianness is apparent in her respect for the earth, the land, the water, animals. . . her belief in the ties of kinship and family, her respect for elders. . . . And, perhaps above all, Ida Nason understands the natural cycle of our world with its seasonal rounds and the obvious parallels of life following death following life.