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Indian Summer is a Los Angeles based folk/indie/rock group made up of members The Indian, Summer Mencher, Toby Karlin, Austin Farmer, and Luke Duffy. Their first EP, "Four Days in Arkham" was released in March of 2013. The music both lyrically and sonically touches on beautiful struggles and difficult triumphs. "Everything that we wrote came from a desire to address the landscape of our lives. What we had witnessed and felt needed to be displayed," says The Indian.
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Tune into Anita Talks Genealogy for a rebroadcast of an episode on the history behind Black Minqua The Life and Times of Henry Green. In Black Minqua, a time period from the late 1600's through the 1900's is covered. From the late 1700's through the 1900's, the people living on the Welsh Mountains were vilified and treated as outcasts. They were the remnants of Negro/Indians who remained in an area of White Settler Farmers from Europe. Yet they were self-suff
"Walk A Mile In My RedFace" he says. POPSspot Sports Radio kicks off first show with special guest Dr. Cornel Pewewardy, Director and Professor of Indigenous Nations Studies at Portland State University. He joins co-hosts Modi and Moore to discuss the Indian Mascot controversy in American schools, sports culture and media. Through workshops, conferences, and publications, Pewewardy has educated youth and adults alike, and his efforts were recognized by the National Indi
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Listen in as Dr. Masum Momaya, the Curator for the Smithsonian’s Indian American Heritage Project, joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Program. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History recently opened the Smithsonian’s first in-depth examination into the history and culture of Indian Americans in the U.S., "Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation,” which will be on display until August, 2015. The exhibition will then begi
She:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers! The award-winning Native themed online radio show. Listen in Every Friday at 7pm EST Join us live in our chat room - Here's How This Friday's show: Please welcome Black Indian Trailblazers Dr. Arica Coleman and Harold Caldwell who are both of African American and Native American descent and featured in our Schilling Media Cox11 TV segment of Black Indians. Get ready for a GREAT show!
Russell Means, AIM Co-founder Speaks on Matriarchy Russell Means has lived a life like few others in this century - revered for his selfless accomplishments and remarkable bravery. He was born into a society and guided by way of life that gently denies the self in order to promote the survival and betterment of family and community. His culture is driven by tradition, which at once links the past to the present. The L.A. Times has called him the most famous American Indian since Sitti
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Special Guest: Travis Zimmerman (Grand Portage Band of Ojibwe)
Show Topic: "The Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post includes a museum dedicated to telling the story of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe and an adjacent restored 1930s trading post where visitors can find American Indian gifts from Mille Lacs artisans."
Website www.mnhs.org/millelacs or Email email@example.com
Travis Zimmerman, is a descendant of the Grand Portage Band of Ojibwe. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army and Minnesota National Guards. Travis has a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from St. John’s University in Collegeville, MN, and is currently the Site Manager of the Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post and the Indian Affairs Liaison for the Minnesota Historical Society, where he has been employed for over seven years. Travis has been involved with American Indian nonprofits in Minnesota for the last 20 years; serving as a staff member and board member of dozens of organizations. Travis is a graduate of Native Americans in Philanthropy’s Circle of Leadership Program and in 2010, Travis completed a fellowship with the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries and Museums. In 2011 Travis attended the Seminar for Historical Administration-Developing History Leaders program that is sponsored by the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH). Travis participated in the Blandin Foundation’s Reservation Community Leadership program in 2013 and currently is a member of the Programs Committee for the annual American Association for State and Local History Conference.
Featured Song: "Anishinaabe Wolf Song" by Red Shadow Singers
Host/Producer: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson
Airing Sunday 3/27/14 at 5:00 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio
These are the sounds of a very Great warrior society of the Kiowa tribe of Oklahoma. Many people pay homage to the people who have served in the Armed services various ways, and this tonight is how the Kiowa people celebrate for those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for the Freedoms that are upheld today!!
Join Joe Dunn and Special Guest Cherokee Genealogist Twila Barnes for an hour discussion of Twila's Barnes' research into Senator Elizabeth Warren's ancestry claims. Twila Barnes researched Elizabeth Warren during the 2012 MA Senate Race and debunked Elizabeth Warren's claims. In Warren's new book, "A Fighting Chance," she writes that she was "hurt" and "angry" that people challenged her claims, for which, to this day, there is no evidence. Twila Barnes can be found online at pollysgranddaughter.com, and on Twitter @pollysgdaughter. You can listen on your phone or call in with your questions or comments simply by dialing (347) 826-9184, or listen online during the live broadcast and ON DEMAND 24/7.
By Ernie Stevens Jr.
NIGA’s Winter Legislative Summit draws record attendance, signaling an important agenda for the organization and its mission to protect tribal sovereignty and the rights of tribes to pursue economic development for the betterment of their communities.