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Censored News Radio focuses on Indigenous Peoples and international human rights.Photo: Havasupai Gathering to Halt Uranium Mining in Grand Canyon.

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At the Protecting Mother Earth Conference in North Dakota, Josephine Mandamin, Anishinabe Mother Earth Water Walker, Three Fires Midewiwin Society Society, shares why she walked around the Great Lakes. Introduction... more

Paul Owns the Sabre, Cheyenne River Lakota elder, shares with youths at the new Crow Voices Radio, lessons learned on the Long Walks and spiritual runs across America, beginning with the Long Walk of 1978.

A Reno Sparks Indian man and his family were attacked by neo nazis at a Fernley, Nevada, convenience store. Family members were beaten with a crowbar and baseball bats, and stabbed. The attackers, described as neo nazi... more

Native youth Carl Bad Bear Sampson, Western Shoshone, talks about the first days of running through rain and snow on the Longest Walk for Diabetes. From Warm Springs, Oregon.

Leadhorse Choctaw describes his arrest and imprisonment by racist Virginia State Police. Live from Pine Ridge, where Leadhorse is today delivering blankets and clothing donated at Akwesasne.

Jose Matus, Yaqui, director of the Indigenous Alliance without Borders, speaks on International Human Rights Day and International Day of Migrants in Tucson, Dec. 18, 2010. Concluding music recorded live by Earthcycles/Censored News by... more

Huicholes are fighting silver mining in a sacred area, where they offer prayers for the balance of the world. English and Spanish translations. Censored News at the Cancun Climate Summit.

Sarah James, Native Gwich'in from Alaska of the Gwich'in Steering Committee, live from Cancun Climate Summit, protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Gwich'in and caribou homelands. Live interview with Censored... more

Ofelia Rivas, O'odham, speaks of the conference in Yaqui's Vicam Pueblo, Sonora, Mexico, with the Zapatistas at the National Indigenous Congress: In Defense of Water, held Nov. 20-21, 2010.

Shannon Rivers, O otham from Gila River, and Julian Rivas, O odham from Mexico, discuss Indigenous Border Rights at the Southern Border Indigenous Roundtable in Tucson. This 60 minute segment includes comments from the... more

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