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SPECIAL EVENT: HOW CAN WE FIX INTERNAL ISSUES HAPPENING WITHIN THE AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT THAT ARE AFFECTING OUR REPUTATION, OUR POLICIES AND THE OUR PEOPLE THAT WE ARE HONORED TO REPRESENT AND ADVOCATE FOR.
Education is the key to a bettering the lives of Indigenous People, which is why it is important to have this discussion tonight.
Join host Natalie Brown, WnT Board of Directors member who will be joined by Brenda Golden, WnT Board of Directors member and Radio Team Chair, and other guests.
“The American Indian Studies paradigm is grounded in the experiences of American Indian nations, peoples, communities, and organizations from American Indian perspectives. Its principles are rooted in the concepts of sovereignty and indigenousness. It recognizes that disparate worldviews, literatures, knowledge systems, political structures, and languages characterize Indian societies within the United
States but that they share commonalities that link them with other indigenous peoples of the world. It acknowledges that colonialism has impacted the sovereignty, human rights, landholdings, religious freedom, health, welfare, and cultural integrity of Indian nations.”
History has never been accurate or completely truthful for the American Indian. We intend to change that through educational and informative talks on a variety of issues that impact and affect Indian Country. www.whispernthunder.org
The guest will be Jesi Bichard, we will talk about, the housing crisis, and how it affects you. Her story will show all of us about how the government has twisted the american drea. A must hear story, for all americans!
Join Hostess Jaclyn Roessel, WnT Treasurer/Board Member, blogger and photographer as she brings forth information on Indigenous art, fashion and jewelry. Ms. Roessel is also the Director of Education at the Heard Museum.
Guests include, Janet Cantley, Curator and Manager at Heard Museum North Scottsdale, who was the exhibit designer for the re-installation of the HOME: Native People in the Southwest exhibit at the Heard Museum in 2005.
Also Michelle Ponce of 1 Spot Gallery Co-Founder and Executive Director will join in the discussion of Indigenous Art and Jewelry in fashion.
Kristen Dorsey (Chickasaw jeweler), Jared Yazzie (Navajo Founder/Owner OXDX clothing apparel company) and Bethany Yellowtail (Founder B. Yellowtail Designs) are prepared to discuss native made clothing and jewelry, from urban wear to haute couture, and pop jewelry, and how designers work to keep up with the ever changing fashion. Beyond Buckskin Boutique is a proponent of the Buy Native Movement and aims to further the work of creative Indigenous artists.
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Liberal Progressives Trash The Greatest Generation - WWII Herores. Liberal Progressives Trash any American that believes in our Constitution NAFTA Highway - Welcome to the North American Union Defund the GOP Defund ObamaCare - Government Shutdown Truth About Liberal Progressives - Democrats aand Republicans The War on Christians in Americna and the Worrld.
Robert Pandya, External Relations Manager with Indian Motorcycles at Polaris Industries, talks about the exciting new launch of the Indian bike and the buzz that it's created within the motorcycle industry and with the riding community. A huge fan of motorcycling, the industry and the people involved, Robert's enthusiasm is as contagious as the thrill of being on the back an Indian motorcycle.
Those DIner and Motorcycle Guys website
Watch for Garrison's new book, Classic Diners of Connecticut, October 22nd on The History Press.
Black Slaves, Indian Masters: Slavery, Emancipation, and Citizenship in the Native American South with Barbara Krauthamer.
Bernice Bennett welcomes Barbara Krauthamer, Associate Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
She is the author of Black Slaves, Indian Masters: Slavery, Emancipation, and Citizenship in the Native American South. She is co-author, with Deborah Willis (Tisch School of the Arts, New York University), of Envisioning Emancipation: Black Americans and the End of Slavery. Professor Krauthamer has also written many articles and book chapters on the subjects of: chattel slavery in Indian Territory, African American/Native American intersections, and African American women’s lives in slavery.
In 2007, she received the Letitia Brown Memorial Prize from the Association of Black Women Historians. She has also received awards and funding from: the National Endowment for the Humanities; Stanford University; Yale University; the Institute for Historical Studies at the University of Texas at Austin; and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
http://www.HotConflict.com Call in to our Live Show - Thursday Midnight, 12 AM EST. We want your questions and comments - get on the AIR! Tonight we will be discussing the first people, the first nations - Native American Indian tribes and folklore. What are native Indian myths and legends - such as the Creation Story? What about the legend of the 'trickster'? Another topic of discussion is shamanism and shamans - what is it based on and what is it about? Other topics open for discussi
My guest today is: MARK ELSIS www.loveearth.net Holocaust Revisionism Homo Sapiens Population Is Crashing Culling The Herd Since 1987 by Mark R. Elsis http://Depopulation.org
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