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Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States continue to face economic and socially discriminatory treatment leading to an economically coerced removal from their ancestral lands and to assimilation by the dominant culture. This radio show will discuss current events and historical perspectives as it pertains to the Indigenous Peoples of the world.

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International Director of the LPDC, David Hill (Oklahoma Choctaw), and invited guests, will update us on the latest efforts of the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee. Mr. Hill has worked tirelessly for the release of Leonard Peltier for... more

Join in to hear guest Denise Lobell and hostess Brenda Golden discuss discrimination in the workplace, filing complaints with the EEOC and how to keep a discrimination complaint alive. Ms. Lobell has endured several years of an... more

A weekly recap of the happenings in Indian Country along with commentary by the hostess. Call-ins welcome! Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States... more

Guest Sarah Adams Cornell (Choctaw) will talk about the Land Runs and why the Land Run Re-enactments are harmful to our Native American children. Sarah has been making progress on her goal to stop Land Run Reenactments... more

Ben Yahola is a long time activist in the Native American Community. He is well known nationally and internationally for his stance on saving Mother Earth, Food Sovereignty, and Sacred Sites.

Robin Carter Mayes is a Career and Technology Education instructor at Ryan High School in Denton Texas. He received both a BS and an MS degree from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, his birthplace and hometown. After... more

A weekly recap of the happenings in Indian Country along with commentary by the hostess. Call-ins welcome! Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States... more

A weekly recap of the happenings in Indian Country along with commentary by the hostess. Call-ins welcome! Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States... more

A weekly recap of the happenings in Indian Country along with commentary by the hostess. Call-ins welcome! Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States... more

Patricia Spottedcrow, a member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma , was sentenced to 12 years in prison for selling $30 worth of marijuana to an undercover police informant in Kingfisher County in 2010. On... more
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