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Fulton is the editor of the Sovereign Mixed Blood, and he has knowledge of a wide range of Native American issues. Most Americans are not aware that the American Holocaust is still going on. What is happening on reservations and in society? How about Native American languages and culture? Education? Health? Where are young Native Americans going after high school? Fulton did a critical review of my book, and I can attest to the fact that he knows what h
She:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers! The award-winning Native themed online radio show. Listen in Every Friday at 7pm EST with hosts Vincent and Delores! Join us live in our chat room - Here's How This Friday's show: Asani Charles will be checking in with us on Native Trailblazers to celebrate Black History Month - As a African American and Native American Teacher Artist and Poet - Asani has a lot to share! Check out o
Join us for the April edition of Native American Gaming as host Valerie Red-Horse is joined by Alan Meister, Ph.D., principal economist at Nathan Associates Inc. Meister specializes in the application of economic analysis to litigation, regulatory, public policy, and strategic business matters. He has extensive experience analyzing economic issues related to the gaming industry, including Indian gaming, commercial casinos, racinos, card rooms, and online gaming. He leads the Gaming Industry and Indian Gaming practices at Nathan Associates, which provide consulting services to tribes, federal, state, and local governments, gaming operators, gaming suppliers and investors. In addition to his consulting work, Meister has also conducted years of independent, scholarly research on the gaming industry and authored a number of publications, most notably his annual study, the Indian Gaming Industry Report. Tune in as Red-Horse explores the findings of the latest edition of the report with Meister. This will definitely not be an episode to miss!
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Tonight's Episode is the second part of a two part series – Tonight Can you be too light to be an Indian?" The difficulty of being European American and Native American" Last week’s episode was Can You Be Too Dark to be an Indian?" The difficulty of being African American and Native American" - http://goo.gl/bEny3n Native Americans come in a variety of colors, light skin, dark skin, brown, red and white ... but why is someone more Indi
Thanks for joining us for a great show tonight on the award-winning, online "Indigenous Appreciation Station" - Native Trailblazers! Tonight we will be debunking the common myths held by so many people. We pay taxes, pay for school and don't always wear feathers
Reason for being involved in spreading the message of Operation Springtime is : Our country is in the throes of going the way of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. I'm a Native American who loves my Creator first, my country and then myself. History is the key to the past; pity that History is not taught in our schools . As a veteran will defend my country against all enemies foreign and domestic...Jefferson said.... "The tree
Tonight's Episode will be the first part in a two part series - "Can You Be Too Dark to be an Indian?" The difficulty of being African American and Native American" - next week we will delve onto the opposite side of the fence - can you be too light?" Native Americans come in a variety of colors, light skin, dark skin, brown, red and white ... but why is someone more Indian than another? Admittedly a heated topic for many throughout Indian Country we'll be tal
Excerpts from a James Flaming Eagle Mooney's on NORML Radio on 07/28/2011
22 Jun 2013
OGDEN -- The war on drugs may have been declared over by national drug czar Gil Kerlikowske in 2009, but the controversy over the laws in place to control drug use continues to incense people on both sides of the legal argument. According to LEAP - Law Enforcement Against Prohibition - the problems caused by America's drug laws warrant enough attention to be kept in the public consciousness.
James Mooney, a former undercover narcotics officer who is now a public speaker on behalf of LEAP, spoke about his experience at Tuesday's Weber County Commission meeting.
"I was about to arrest these people inside a home ... and I ended up hearing this little boy crying. I realized that I was about to take away his parents for 10 years and basically create an orphan. I realized that the basic structure of every civilization is the family, and the war on drugs is decimating our families," Mooney said.
LEAP is made up of former law enforcement officers and criminal justice system members who oppose current drug policies. The organization sends speakers to various public events to educate people about the judicial system's reasons for continuing the war on drugs.
"The only reason this thing has kept on going is because of money. The war on drugs is responsible for about 70 percent of all finances in the judicial system. It is an excuse to violate people's rights, and it is unconstitutional," Mooney said.