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  • 00:31

    Cameron "Young Jibwe" Monkman (Anishinabe), First Nations Rap Artist & Performer

    in Culture

    Fast Horse Productions?' The Martha Fast Horse Show?

    Special Guest: Cameron "Young Jibwe" Monkman (Anishinabe), First Nations Rap Artist and Performer.

    Show Topic: "Join us as we continue our conversation on human trafficking and sexual harassment. The nature of sexual violence that occurs in our Native communities can be devastating. We know that when perpetrators are not held accountable, victims are a much higher risk for suicide, drug addiction and homelessness. Young people who are already at high risk are deeply traumatized when adults who purport to be community leaders and activists cause the harm, which becomes particularly relevant when youth flee our communities and become at risk for prostitution, trafficking, and prison. About 80% of individuals in prison have been victims of sexual or domestic violence."

    Featured Song: "Heya Naho" by Cameron "Young Jibwe" Monkman. This song is dedicated to Larry Looking, Martha's son began his journey home to the spirit world on Sunday 2/21/15.

    Producer/Host: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota). Producer/Co-Host: C.w. Bearshield (Sicangu Lakota). Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan).

    Airing Tuesday 3/17/15 at 12:00 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio.

  • 00:14

    Anishinabe Water Walker

    in News

    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 by Ben Powless, Mohawk, at the Indigenous Environmental Networks's 16th annual gathering, this year on the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nations. Music by Arikara Drummers/Canyon Records
    Listen live Saturday and Sunday, July 30-31, 2011:
    Photos and articles at Censored News

  • 00:30

    Anishinabe & Dakota (Fish In)

    in Culture

    The Martha Fast Horse Show: With Host; Martha Fast Horse (Lakota). Special Guests; Jim Anderson (Dakota) & Migisi Spears (Ojibwe). Featured Song; "Anishinaabe Turtle Song" by Desi Dillion. This show originally aired Sunday 6/5/11 at 6:00 a.m. CST on KQRS 92.5 FM, KXXR 93.7 FM & WGVX 105. FM in the Twin Cities, MN, USA. Streamed at www.KQRS.com, www.93X.com & www.LOVE105.fm

  • 00:30

    Terrance Nelson

    in Education

    Terrance Nelson is Vice-Chairman of the American Indian Movement, Spokesman for the Okiikida Warrior Society, former Chief of Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation, elected five terms in a row.

  • 01:47

    Kiler Davenport Live: Exclusive Interview with Kevin Annett

    in Lifestyle

    Kevin Annett -- The man who forced an apology from his government and held an exorcism rite outside the Vatican last April is raising the stakes on institutionalized child torture this fall.
    Rev. Annett has led a fifteen year campaign to expose crimes by Canadian churches against children in Indian residential schools. He and a few others have won recognition, reparations and the beginning of justice for tens of thousands of aboriginal survivors of Canada's murderous Indian residential schools.
    In June, 2008, Annett and his network forced the government of Canada to publicly apologize for the Indian residential schools and to admit that thousands of children died in them.
    "Kevin has become a lightning rod for all survivors of church abuse" said Chief Peter Yellow Quill of the Anishinabe nation, who will be touring with Kevin, and who recently presented a letter to the Queen of England about the missing residential school children. "Finally there's a white man who understands what we suffer and is forcing his own people to face it, and be held accountable. And now he's rallying victims of the church across borders. So I am honored to stand with him and present the truth of our genocide before European governments and people."
    A complete itinerary of Kevin's tour follows, along with photos and other information. It is sponsored by The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State, of which Kevin's Canadian group, The Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared, is a member, along with The Templemore Forgotten Victims Group of Antrim, Ireland, Survivors of Clergy Abuse - Australia, and many others.

  • 00:32

    John Kane - Idle No More Movement

    in Culture

    The Martha Fast Horse Show: Host/Producer: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota). Producer: Liz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe). Special Guest: John Kane (Mohawk). Show Topic: A Discussion with John Kane, host of 'Lets Talk Native,' WWKB 1520 AM in Buffalo, NY, about the "Idle No More' Movement. Featured Song: "Anishinabe Prayer Song" by Traditional Drum. Sunday 12/30/12 at 6:00 a.m. CST on KQRS (KQ92) 92.5 FM, KXXR (93X) 93.7 FM & WGVX (LOVE105) 105. FM in the Twin Cities, MN, USA. Streams at www.KQRS.com, www.93X.com & www.LOVE105.fm  

  • 02:12

    Walking the Red Road in the Outback Land

    in Culture

    Leonard Pine Flower joins Hawk, Lisa & George as a new host, Monday, 9/10/2012 as they speak to special guest Lakoda William Robideau.  Lakoda will be speaking about his life in Australia and his outlook of what is going on with Native Americans here on Turtle Island.
    Lakoda William Robideau of the Anishinabe & Dakota tribes, nephew to Bob Robideau & Leonard Peltier will be discussing his experiences & perceptions of life as a Native American living in Australia. He will talk about what he has witnessed both in Australia & also as an outsider looking in on events as they unfold in America.
    Lakoda has come to many realizations since living in Australia and something he firmly believes in is the importance of the true teachings of the Medicine Wheel and how it applies to the state of the world today and the need for all races to come together without hate and predjudice.
    Times: 5:30 ET; 4:30 CT; 3:30 MT; 2:30 PT
    The views and opinions of the guests do not necessarily reflect those of Unification Of The People Radio

  • 01:28

    Guest: Peter Yellowquill, Jack McDonald, Gerry O'Donovan and Kahentinehta Horn

    in Politics Progressive

    Kevin Annett resumes his weekly radio program "Hidden from History"

    We are happy to have Russ Letica as the co-host of the show. He is a Status Band Member to the
    Madawaska Maliseet First Nation.

    Peter Yellowquill, Anishinabe nation from Long Plains tribe in Manitoba. He is a survivor of Residential schools and leading native opposition to the whitewash of residential school crimes. A member of the ITCCS and Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared.

    Jack McDonald is a Metis elder from Vancouver Island, community activist, and former member of Kevin Annett’s congregation in Port Alberni.

    UPDATE ON: Kahentinetha Horn


    You can at or email her at:kahentinehta2@yahoo.com


    Gerry O’Donovan gives us an update on the North Cork Ten.


    D-Toxic Loanz are an Underground Activists Band based in West Clare, Ireland.


    To learn more about Kevin Annett go to hiddenfromhistory.org or email him at hiddenfromhistory@yahoo.ca

  • 01:30

    Guest: Peter Yellowquill and John Brown

    in Politics Progressive

    Kevin Annett resumes his weekly radio program "Hidden from History" speaking on the Human Rights Tribunal that will try the Pope next April.

    We are happy to have Russ Letica as the co-host of the show. He is a Status Band Member to the
    Madawaska Maliseet First Nation.


    Hidden No Longer: Genocide in Canada, Past and Present (2010) by Kevin Annett

    Peter Yellowquill, Anishinabe nation from Long Plains tribe in Manitoba. He is a survivor of Residential schools and leading native opposition to the whitewash of residential school crimes. A member of the ITCCS and Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared.

    Buggered By-a Priest (Johnb)

    John Brown declares : Global Declaration of a Public Moral Danger to our Children and a Moral Menace to Society. The Catholic church set itself up as the one to show us the way on morality, justice, how to raise our children and how our society should be. It has comprehensively and consistently failed on all those points. The Catholic Church has been infecting and polluting our society with its demands of dominion, power and manipulation of society, equality and human right of the people, the abuses of clergy including the sexual abuse of our children for hundreds of years.


    Recording a history of the downfall of the Catholic Church The Australian genocide - Molested Catholics


    Please take a moment to check out www.hiddennolonger.com .

  • 00:30

    Anishinabe Treaty Organization - First Episode - "The People behind the Politics"

    in Politics Progressive

    Our very first blogtalkradio show, special guest Mr. Dennis Champagne, well known Aboriginal Health & Wellness specialist.

    Topic is "The People behind the Politics", a segment that will inform and educate individuals who want to know more about historic behaviour that keeps us from succeeding.

    You are guaranteed to learn from this segment.

  • 02:00

    Show #16: ATO on air - "Running, Winning & Losing in a First Nation Election"

    in Politics Progressive

    "What is assimilation if not the Act of doing to yourself and others what was first done to you?"

    Atlantic - 9:00 PM, Eastern - 8:00 PM, Central - 7:00 PM, Mountain - 6:00 PM, Pacific - 5:00 PM

    Join Hosts Preston Twoyoungmen begin_of_the_skype_highlighting     end_of_the_skype_highlighting (Nakoda) and Gregory Cadotte (Anishinabe) as we discuss Running, Winning & Losing in a First Nation Election.


    1.) TONY WAWATIE (5:15 PM) - Barriere Lake First Nation - Update on Forced Election.

    2.) MYKE AGECOUTAY (5: 30 PM) - Former File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council Vice-Chairman

    3.) MARGARET SWAN (5:45 PM) - Former Manitoba Southern Chief's Organization Grand Chief

    4.) BILL WILSON (6:00 PM) - B.A., LL.B. and Former AFN Representative

    We will discuss in great detail the process of making the leadership choice and eventually participating as a candidate for a First Nation Election (Indian Act or Band Custom), win or lose.

    What are some of the political strategies that Indigenous people use in this foreign and colonial process that, for the most part, we all condone and follow.

    As well, we will discuss how a chief or council member derives their authority to govern from the Indian Act, an Act that is subject to both provincial and federal laws, as well as the Department of Indian Affairs.

    Finally, how a Chief or Council gains power from the money and resources provided by the government, which is used at the discretion of the chief and council. A power that provides the chief or council with a great amount of control and influence over the community (as intended).

    Join us as we bring you Show #16 of ATO on air, "Running, Winning & Losing in a First Nation Election".

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