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Tonight on Native Trailblazers we are honoring Russell Means - one of the foremost Native American activists that had championed for American Indians in our nations history. We will also celebrate Friday November 23rd - Native American Heritage Day with music, lively discussion and an all-out recognition of Native American life champions and culture!
Welcome to the award-winning APCMA nominated BlogTalkRadio show, Native Trailblazers! Every Friday night at 7 pm EST or in the archives anytime. You can also download our weekly podcast on iTunes. We’ll see you in the chat room!
Join show host Vincent Schilling - an enrolled member of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, award-winning photojournalist, book author, public speaker and Executive Vice President of Schilling Media, Inc. and co-host Delores Schilling, CEO and President of Schilling Media, Inc.
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NOVEMBER IS NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH!!
Are you thinking of having an event in your community? Tonight, we at Schilling Media, Inc. will discuss ways to secure sponsors, get advertising and promote your event for AWESOME SUCCESS!!
Schilling Media, Inc. (our company) has put on massive events in the past several years and tonight we will share how you can do the same!
Welcome to the award-winning APCMA nominated BlogTalkRadio show, Native Trailblazers! Join show host Vincent Schilling - an enrolled member of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, Photojournalist, Author, Public Speaker & Executive Vice President of Schilling Media, Inc.
You are invited to listen in tonight and every Friday night at 7 pm EST.
Follow us on Twitter: Vincent Schilling (host): www.Twitter.com/VinceSchilling Delores Schilling (Program Director) www.Twitter.com/DelSchilling The show www.twitter.com/NativeTrailblaz
Moral decay is taking our country down. We need to fight against the propagation of all cesspopol ideology.
When a national orgainzation with a great influence over our next generation takes a turn to the left and becomes favorable to lesbian behavior and destruction of innocent human life, it may be time to find another path.
The Girl Scouts USA sent out a fact page for all the councils to post on their websites denying they promote abortion, promiscuity, the gay-lesbian agenda. Yet, if you look at the line up of their speakers at their conventions and their board members, you would see a different picture.
On today's broadcast, we talk with the founder of a great alternative, Patti Garibay. https://www.ahgonline.org/
You will get to hear what the American Heritage Girls are doing and why it is important for our country to have other options.
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 he is talking about. He is a wealth of information and knowledge, and we are delighted to have this opportunity! Listeners are encouraged to call in
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!
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Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith - publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, along with co-host The David "Bully" Bowers, for Big Blend Radio's special show focusing on Native American Heritage, Music, and Arts!
- Tony Duncan - Flute Player and World Champion Hoop Dancer
- The Plateros - New Mexico based Blues Rock band from the Navajo Nation
- Christopher Xavier Lozano - Award-winning Hair Designer, Makeup Artist, Stylist & Photographer
- Jana Mashonee - GRAMMY nominated, and Native American Music Award-winning singer-songwriter.
- Joe Saenz - Wolfhorse Outfitters, Silver City New Mexico
The Late Dr. Robert Ghost Wolf - AUTHOR - EXPLORER-
Author of several books on Native Prophecy and Crypto-archaeology and a confidant of several the Hopi and Lakota elders e.g. Grandfather Martin, Arvol Looking Horse, Frank Fools Crow, and Pete Catches et al.
Twice, he arranged for the appearance of the Hopi Elders on The Art Bell Show, (now Coast to Coast AM) the most listened to radio program, regularly heard my many millions of people.
Dr. Ghost Wolf, like most truth-tellers - was subjected to ongoing organized efforts to attempt discredit him by a few gainsaying racist Indians who are ignorant of their own past and disdainful of their own elders.
Porque não tememos dar as respostas ao que outros temem perguntar
Ajude a fazer justiça aos inocentes. Conheca a história de um Homem americano preso há mais de duas décadas, cuja única transgressão que cometeu, foi acreditar e exercer os direitos que a constituição do seu país lhe concedeu.
A história de Leonard Peltier: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonard_Peltier
Página do facebook onde pode ajudar a sustentar a sua defesa legal, comprando os quadros que foram produzidos por Leonard em seu cativeiro.
Terça feira 15, 22 h Portugal (18 h Brasília)
Because we fear not give the answers to what others fear to ask
Help bring justice to the innocent. Know the story of an American man imprisoned for more than two decades, whose only transgression which he committed was to believe and exercise the rights that the constitution of his country gave him.
Leonard peltiers story: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonard_Peltier
Facebook page where you can help support your legal defense, buying frames that were produced by Leonard in his captivity.
Tuesday 15 th, 5 pm EST\4 pm CST\ 3 pm MST\2 pm PS
Among the many nations here in United States there are both fullblood and Metizos that have a special calling. Sensitive by nature, there connection with the surroundings, lets them track artifacts with little to no use of special equipment... capable of finding directions as if guided with a GPS... there not psychics. there remote viewers.
now armed with technology, they come together to sit in the same circle.
for the Chat Room Network, you will meet each one of them, they all play a different role each has a different tribal dilect, customes are not the same... respect to the spiritual world is part of there ways.
Meet the men and woman from different indigenous cultures...enjoy the blog talk and follow us on Facebook.
Tonight the sounds of Native American Church music will be heard. These songs like the songs of christianity have great meaning and spirit when sang to the great creator in the Heavens. Each song has there own way of praising God. Like the hymns of christiandom so to are the songs of the NAC, each made to praise and give thanks to God. Enjoy the sounds tonight! Songs from Intertribal CD, Sung by Bill Denny Jr, Rocky Boy Montona! Enjoy the sounds and visit the site at www.someguytalking.com!!
National Caribbean-American Heritage Month
Marks Ninth Anniversary in 2014
In June 2005, the House of Representatives unanimously adopted H. Con. Res. 71, sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, recognizing the significance of Caribbean people and their descendants in the history and culture of the United States. On February 14, 2006, the resolution similarly passed the Senate, culminating a two-year, bipartisan and bicameral effort.
Since the declaration, the White House has issued an annual proclamation recognizing June as Caribbean-American Heritage Month. This year marks the eighth anniversary of June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month.
The campaign to designate June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month, was spearheaded by Dr. Claire Nelson, Founder and President of the Institute of Caribbean Studies. Through the commemoration of this month, we hope to ensure that America is reminded that its greatness lies in its diversity, with Caribbean immigrants from founding father Alexander Hamilton, to journalist Malcolm Gladwell, who have shaped the American dream. [http://caribbeanamericanmonth.org/http://caribbeanamericanmonth.org/.]
Join us as we discuss, consider, celebrate and commit to the profundity of a Caribbean reality in America.