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FOUR DIRECTIONS RADIO is an Indigenous radio show dedicated to sharing news and information effecting all who share this planet. We will talk about controversial issues and how our listeners feel about these issues. Ultimately, we will share an understanding of issues and events tyhat we may not have had previously.
Todays Special guest Tito Ybarra will be updateing us on the Enbridge Blockade taking place on Red Lake Ceded land, just outside of Leonard MN.
Enbridge Blockade demands Enbridge stop tresspassing on Red Lake ceded lands. Enbridge blockade demand Enbridge shutdown oil pipelines and remove them from Red Lake Tribal lands.
FOUR DIRECTIONS RADIO is an Indigenous radio show dedicated to sharing news and information effecting all who share this planet. We will talk about controversial issues and how our listeners feel about these issues. Ultimately, we will share an understanding of issues and events that we may not have had previously.
Todays special guest :
Ruth Hopkins (Mdewakanton and Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota, Hunkpapa Lakota) was born in Fort Yates, North Dakota on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and is enrolled with the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation in South Dakota. She holds a B.S. Degree in Biology with a Chemistry minor, and an M.S. in Biology with an Educational Leadership minor, both from the University of North Dakota. In 2008 she earned a Juris Doctorate in Law from the UND School of Law. She's held a wide variety of jobs over the years: blackjack dealer, disc jockey, grantwriter, science professor, attorney, etc...just to name a few, and has a wide variety of interests. Currently, she is the North Dakota EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) Tribal Colleges Liaison Manager for North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota. She is also a Tribal Judge for the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate, a columnist for Indian Country Today Media Network, and a freelance writer who's first horror novella will be out in 2013. Ruth is also the former editor and a founding writer of Lastrealindians.com.
Grow your own food!
Simple herbal medicines!
Say no to GMO´s.
You don´t need to be a rocket scientist to learn how to grow your own food, or herbs. No chemicals needed. On Todays show we will discuss simple steps on how to grow your own garden organicly. Treat minor illness with herbal medicines, and how to say no to GMO´s.
TODAY SATURDAY 1pm EST!
Todays topic will be racism within the educational system.
Todays guest , Ifo Ikede will be talking about his personal experiences of racism within the Canadian educational system.
Tune in an inform yourself, call or log in and share our own expereinces.
Today we will be honoring mothers all over the world.
Call in and tell us about your mother, wish her a happy Mothers day on the air.
Mothers call in and tell us how it is to be a mother. Take the opprotunity to tell the world how proud you are of your kids on the radio!
Todays special guest Ifo Ikede African drummer, storyteller, educator, social activist and spiritual guide. Ifo is a proud member of the Isoko people, who are affiliated with the Benin Kingdom. He grew up in the city of Ibadan, in the heart of the Yoruba Oyo Kingdom. He was introduced to traditional African music at an early age, and has been drumming, dancing and acting ever since. He is passionate about using the wisdom of our ancestors to create healthy and healing communities. He is also passionate about technology and has spent the past 15yrs studying and implementing ways to deploy Internet technology to empower communities while connecting the Afrocentric traditions of sharing knowledge with the "Open Source" movement. Ifo actively works with African, Immigrant and Aboriginal communities, with an emphasis on youth. Helping them to find strength & healing from their cultural traditions.
Today will will be discussing gun issues. We will ahve several guests from different parts of the world telling us thier personal veiws about guns, gun laws, and other issues dealing with weapons.
Anyone can call into the show, or send us your telphone number and we will call you toll free. We would like to hear as many different veiws as possiable, and ask all callers to be respectful to each other when talking about this issue.
FOUR DIRECTIONS RADIO is an Indigenous radio show dedicated to sharing news and information effecting all who share this planet. We will talk about controversial issues and how our listeners feel about these issues. Ultimately, we will share an understanding of issues and events that we may not have had previously.Join GroupSearchJustice for Annie Mae Pictou Aquash Woman Warrior REMEMBERING ANNIE MAE, WHO SHE WAS AND WHAT SHE STOOD FOR..... To know Annie Mae is to understand and honor the injustices she suffered in life and in death. To this we dedicate this page. Annie Mae Pictou Aquash (Mi'kmaq) Naguset Eask - Sun Woman March 27, 1945 - December 12, 1975 Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia Annie Mae Pictou Aquash, a member of the Mi'kmaq Nation from Nova Scotia, Canada, was more then just a Native rights activist during the 1970's. She was a women, mother of two beautiful girls, daughter, wife, sister, and friend who was kidnapped, raped and then executed. She was the true meaning of what a Native warrior stood for. She fought for all that she believed in… women's rights, our children, our elders, our land, our freedom of religion, our treaty rights and so much more. Annie Mae joined the American Indian Movement (AIM) for just those reasons. She believed their intentions were honorable and just, that they stood for everything she stood for.