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Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show
Special Guests: Annamarie Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), Executive Director for Minnesota Indian Affairs Council.
Special Guest: Melanie Franks (Wahta Mohawks, First Nation Reserve of Canada), Executive Assistant and Legislative Assistant for Minnesota Indian Affairs Council.
Show Topic: Host and guests discussed the election, what is currently happening in the Minnesota state legislature, and the importance of all the work of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council on behalf of all American Indian people in Minnesota.
Featured Song: "Brave Hearts" by Brule
Host/Producer: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan)
Airing Sunday 12/10/14 at 10:00 p.m. on Blog Talk Radio
There is nothing happy about celebrating 800 million Indian murdered by pilgrims during what is better known as Indian Holocaust Day. Today there are only about 2 million Indians left. We must also remember our own 100,000,000 Black Holocaust. The lives of those lost to police brutality daily here in the United States of America-The families lives will never be the same.
NetIP Spotlight: Live Your Potential
Monthly show featuring experts on trending topics
Every 3rd Monday at 8:30 pm EST
The Intersection of Indian Culture and Hospitality Industry
with Apoorva Gandhi, VP, Multicultural Affairs, Marriott Internationa
During this show, the audience will learn about: the following topics:
Aspects of the Indian culture that are gaining popularity in the hospitality industry
Ways in which Indian Americans can utilize Marriott facilities for professional, social, cultural, and personal reasons
Types of experiences vital to succeeding as a Marriott branded hotel owner
Host: Jasbina Ahluwalia
Curators, LULU MATUTE & FALLON YOUNG join us to speak about Not One More, an altar in the Visions at Twight: Dia de los Muertos 2014 at SOMarts through Nov. 8 in San Francisco. Not One More is dedicated to victims of police brutality and state sanctioned violence. After moving to the Bay Area from Chicago, Lulu began advocating for education equity in California Community Colleges to improve college completion and transfer rates amongst students of color. As a member of the Alive and Free program in San Francisco, Lulu works to combat the disease of violence by addressing anger, fear and pain on the individual level as well as in communities. She joined the #BlackLivesMatters ride to Ferguson and #FergusonOctober to protest for justice with the people of Ferguson. Fallon Young coordinates outreach efforts and serves as the social media voice of SOMArts Cultural Center in her role as Director of Communications & Community Engagement. Visit http://www.somarts.org/ or call 415-863-1414. MICHAEL SMITH, founder/president of the American Indian Film Institute (AIFI), joins us to talk about the 39th Annual AIFF Nov. 1-9, in San Francisco. Visit http://aifisf.com/2014-american-indian-film-festival/ KAREN JO KOONAN who has been active in the National Lawyers Guild since early 1969, serving on local and national executive boards and the first non-lawyer to hold that office in the Guild’s 75-year history, joins us to talk about TNLG's recent trip to Palestine in May where she and others were hosted by Addameer, a West Bank organization dealing with the huge issue of political prisoners being held by Israeli authorities. Sahar Francis, General Director of Ramallah-based Addameer Prisoner-Support and Human Rights Association is speaking Mon., Nov. 3, 5:30-8 p.m. at UC Hastings School of Law, 100 McAlister in San Francisco. Visit nlgsf.org to RSVP.
Subhah Agarwal grew up in a tough Indian Household. She talks about being her own person and not caring about expectations. Before that James, Benjy and (producer) Becky Astphan discuss whether everyone should like rough sex.
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We speak to a local on a indian reservation who talks about several encounters her and her family have had while growing up on the reservation. The witness also talks about some possible cover ups going on with the peoples encounters. The witnesses brother is a police officer on the reservation and she tells us that he was called out to a home that a Sasquatch was attacking and as he pulled up he was able to get the creature on his patrol cars dashcam.....what happen next is very strange. Join us on Sunday night you will not want to miss this encounter story.
We also speak to the Rocky Mtn Sasquatch Organization who gives us an update on Sasquatch encounters from an old ghost town, Deadwood.
We will also be discussing government coverup stories that are directly related to Sasquatch encounters.
Ancestoral Roadbocks and Brickwalls, Things you refuse to think about. Renewing your research. Opening the backdoor. What was I thinking? The simple things we ignore. Why did i do that? Right before your eyes. In the mist of a genealogical blessing. The ancestor I never knew. Beware of the signs. Will I see moma again? Leaning on faith? Your ancestral belief system. I dont know where to turn. What can i do? Stuck in a nutt. In the middle of the road. I cant turn back now. I am almost there. This is it. O my I knew i should hav tried that. The search is over and on to the next. One ancestor at a time. Knowning who you are.