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Native News reporting Phyllis Spencer of Anchorage, AK/Jamie Prantil of Camano Island, WA

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NAMAPAHH First People’s Radio Broadcasting from the Swinomish Tribal home-front/La Conner, WA of: Host/Producer: Robin Carneen Co-host: Carneen Allen AKA The Two Carneens Email: Red Road Community Calendar announcements robin.carneen@gmail.com Website: www.myspace.com/nativeradio4all) “Keeping that Native Radio Going On…N/E/W/S- covering four directions of news, views & music” N-Native; A-American; M-Multi-media/Music; A-Arts; P-Poetry/Publications/Politics; A-Advocacy;H-Health/Harmony/Humor/Healing; H-History Sunday: 4-19-09 PST: 3pm-5pm/EST: 6pm-8pm\AKDT (Alaska): 2pm-4pm Guests/topics: Phyllis Spencer/Alaskan Native News & Jamie Prantil/First Nation people's local history-Index, WA “We need more natives in the news :) The competition will be held on May 5, 2009 at Conocco Phillips in Anchorage. “ Phyllis Spencer http://www.alaskamarketplace.org/ http://www.kacn.tv/ 3-3:45pm: Phyllis Spencer lives in Anchorage, Alaska but is a member of a tribe from Barrow, Alaska-called the Inupiaq….she is finalist in a contest sponsored by the Alaska Marketplace ….she is hoping to win seed money so she can develop & produce a Native News program. Tune in to find out why this is a vital & important goal for her & what some of the issues she will be reporting on. Even if she does not win, she will still be reporting for public television-KACN TV. She will also talk about the recent “ash alerts” that went out to Anchorage, Alaska-caused by the eruption of the Volcano known as Redoubt. Here is a photo link: http://www.avo.alaska.edu/image.php?id=18079 3:45--4:15pm: Jamie Prantil: Our Seattle/Camano Island Correspondent Jamie Prantil will be catching us up on some environmental (fish) & First Nations projects she is involved with. She is hoping to gather specific information from listeners, callers re: “history of the Skykomish area” as it relates to First Nation people in the Index, WA area. 4:15-4:45pm: Swinomish Earth Day-4-25-09

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