"APTN is fine, but they are regulated by government," says Beach. "We have got to tell our own stories, and share our experiences, and learn from each other, and support each other and work together independently, that's it that's all."
"I am not in competition with the government, but I am going to go out and hear those stories and share them with everybody who wants to hear and to heal and to reconcile," said Beach. "It's like Steven Spielberg going out to gather the stories of Jewish people who suffered through the Holocaust (World War II). Spielberg did that for his people and I would like to do that with mine."
"We cannot allow our parents to lose their precious children and we cannot allow our children to grow up without their parents," Beach exclaimed in a videotaped introduction to his live performance.
"The program is called "stepping stone", and we have a financier interested in developing 40 ranches, which will reach out to a lot of our native youth," said Beach.
"There is a $30 billion dollar Indian gaming industry in the United States. They are very concerned and supportive of what we are trying to do. I am not worried about financing the television and recording productions I would like to see, and the healing programs that we want to develop."