• 02:01

    Should Schools Change What They Teach About Native Americans and Thanksgiving?

    in Women

    American schools teach a basic formula when it comes to early U.S. History: Christopher Columbus discovered America, then the Pilgrims came and spent a cold winter, the Native Americans helped them survive by showing them how to grow corn, they all had a big turkey dinner and that was the first Thanksgiving. And everybody lived happily ever after. The story sounds nice but there is an ugly side to U.S. History that many Native Americans say ought to be told. Why did relations between Native Americans and European immigrants turn sour and later violent? Should American children be told a story that's extremely uncomplimentary to the Founding Fathers of the nation? Does America owe reparations to the Native American people for human rights violations? Should the Thanksgiving story be revised so as to teach a greater lesson about morals, ethics, values, and respect for the culture of others?


     

  • 01:24

    Stories of Native Americans and Star People

    in Spirituality

    What connection do Native Americans have with "Star People"?  Plenty, says Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke. in  her new  book, Encounters with Star People: Untold Stories of American Indians. Get ready for some shocking stories!


    Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, former Professor at Montana State University, has dedicated her life and career to working with indigenous populations. She has been adopted and given traditional names by three Northern Plains tribes including the Blackfeet (Woman with Great Knowledge), the Northern Cheyenne (Walks all Woman) and the Lakota Sioux (Woman who Helps People).  Dr. Clarke is currently working on a second volume of work about the indigenous people of Mexico and the Star People.


    Dr. Clarke was a guest on Coast to Coast AM radio show on January 27, 2013. 


    Website: http://www.sixkiller.com/


     

  • 01:56

    COLUMBUS DAY: How do Native Americans feel about Columbus day?

    in Politics

    NAVAJO TALK RADIO:


    TOPIC: CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS:


    We will discuss Why Does America celebrate Columbus Day? How do Native Americans feel about Columbus Day?


    Did Christopher Columbus really discover America?  If history says that Columbus never set foot on America, why does America honor his expeditions?


    What does Columbus symbolize or represent to the Native Americans?  What do most Native Americans do on Columbus day?


    Should Columbus day be celebrated in America?


    Do some tribes recognize this national holiday as some banks and governmental agencies as a day off work?


    Call in and voice your opinion on Christopher Columbus.


     


     

  • 00:30

    Sex trafficking among Native Americans is novel's focus! INTERVIEW

    in Current Events

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  • 00:45

    S.S.M. , Native Americans, Bad Meat, Dice Game, Blue Ivy, Trackstar

    in Radio

    Woman wanted 'for beating to death her newlywed wife and abducting her two small dogs' after their recent breakup


    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2657214/Woman-wanted-beating-death-newlywed-wife-abducting-two-small-dogs-breakup.html


    Nice catch, Michelle! Barack is impressed as First Lady narrowly avoids suffering a 'Marilyn' moment departing Air Force One


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2656921/Obamas-1st-visit-Indian-Country-president.html#ixzz34jE3kgHe
     



    Heart failure risk 'doubled by sausages': Processed meats like bangers and bacon greatly increase chance of developing condition


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2656830/Processed-foods-sausages-bacon-greatly-increase-chance-heart-failure.html#ixzz34jEGSTqs
     



    Chicago man exonerated in 1980 killing after 32 years in prison now facing new murder charges as police say he killed a man over a game of dice


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2657290/Chicago-man-exonerated-1980-killing-32-years-prison-facing-new-murder-charges-police-say-killed-man-game-dice.html#ixzz34jEPGwtS
     



    'No child should live life looking like a sheep!' Thousands sign petition for Beyonce and Jay Z to take better care of Blue Ivy's hair


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2657262/No-child-live-life-looking-like-sheep-Petition-asking-Beyonce-Jay-Z-better-care-Blue-Ivys-hair-gets-thousands-signatures.html#ixzz34jEiIgX7
     



    Fijian athlete, 20, 'gunned down by gang members in California street' just weeks before attending college on a track scholarship


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2657675/Fijian-athlete-20-gunned-gang-members-California-street-just-weeks-attending-college-track-scholarship.html#ixzz34jEy9Ilf
     


     

  • 02:00

    A Redskins Name Change? Native Americans Respond

    in Entertainment

    Should the Washington Redskins Change the name? Hear what Native American's think.
    We will be hearing from Actor Moses Brings Plenty (Oglala Lakota) & Musician Michael Bucher (Cherokee) We will also be hearing from our listeners.
    We will also discuss the Oneida Nation's new website ChangeTheMascot.org 
    www.NativeTrailblazers.com

  • 01:02

    2014 - A Time for Country Music - Talk of the Environment & Native Americans

    in Entertainment

    The Freeway Revival is a band forged on the road. An extensive schedule of touring built a band that developed an archive of original material as well as strong chemistry and stage presence. Long hours of travel and the shows that lay in between built a brotherhood among its members Adam Clayton, Jonathan Clayton, Joey Lee and Cartwright Brandon A passion developed for performing creative original music that has led to the spread of the band's name and reputation. Whether it is a live performance or a recording, The Freeway Revival is sure to bring a consistent high quality of music and entertainment.


    Mr. Harris was born and raised in MA. He attended The American University in Washington D.C.  receiving a degree in Political Science. Be it the White House Task Force, the Federal Regional Council of New England or working with governors in the State Planning Office,Harris takes action. Chairman of All Things That Matter Press.Mr. Harris is co-author of the controversial novel WAKING GOD,The Trilogy and other fiction and non-fiction titles. He is knowledgeable in the areas of secret societies,occult,environment,religion and a student of mystical studies.


    When asked what she covers, reporter, photojournalist, editor, communications expert Debra Utacia Krol replies, Indians. SR Communications Manager for the Heard Museum and editor of Native Peoples Magazine she specializes in  Marketing communications; public information; media relations; event management; Native American journalism, environmental issues, economic development, Native American art travel/tourism photojournalism.

  • 01:01

    The Plight of Native Americans

    in Paranormal

    Tuesday September 28, 2010 at 7:00 PM EST The first 15 minutes is dedicated to Psychic Readings live by Cherokee Billie. Each caller is allowed one question. My guest on “The Sacred Path Radio Program” will be Gray Wolf a Native American Teacher who will be on the program to share what is currently happening to Native Americans on the reservation as well as teachings from the elders. Mark your calendar and do not miss this informative hour as Gray Wolf enlightens us about the inhumanity that still exists towards Native Americans.

  • 00:30

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Dr. Jane Cundy of The Business Connection

    in Business

    Albuquerque, NM – The number one self-limiting belief on the planet is low self-esteem. If you don’t think you’re good enough or smart enough, tall or short enough, or you don’t think you fit the bill that society is looking for, it’s going to be very difficult to become successful.


    Where did that story come from? What do we need to do to drop the story? How would you feel if you did?


    In 1993, Dr. Jane Cundy wrote her first workshop entitled “Be Your Best Self Yet.” Today, Dr. Cundy is the founder of The Business Connection, which specializes in offering coaching and training services to private business organizations, government agencies, and individuals. As a coach, Dr. Cundy assists you in taking that next step, whether it’s personally, professionally or spiritually.


    “My passion has always been to assist people in releasing the unwanted beliefs that no longer serve them and replace them with the inspiration to move forward and maximize their potential so they can become their best self yet.”


    Much of Dr. Cundy’s work over the last few years, however, has been with the Native American tribes across the country. According to Dr. Cundy, the Native American community is much more about relationships than the traditional business world. Dr. Cundy says Native Americans want to learn how to teach each other; this desire is fundamental to their culture and it’s where their businesses are heading more and more.


    "Native Americans wrote the book on spirituality a long time ago," says Dr. Cundy. "It is the only place where I can do a workshop and before we begin they all stand and offer a prayer. They’re very thankful for what they have and they know where it comes from. They bless the workshop, the instructor and pray they get the most out of what they’re doing."

  • 01:58

    A RBG Discussion With A Native American. What Can We Learn From It?

    in Politics

    On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will have guest Blu Wakpa, a Native American, joining us to discuss various topics and questions dealing with the plight of Native Americans and how or if it connects with what's happening to Black people in the USA. Many Afrikans in America make claims of having "Indian" ancestors so we want to discuss how native Americans feel when they hear those claims. We will also discuss the history between the two nations and discuss whether or not some Native Americans enslaved Afrikans and we will also discuss the Native Americans that worked with Afrikans to fight against the Europeans. Were the Olmecs Afrikans or were they non-Afrikan "Indians"? We will ask questions and discuss many of the subjects that Black people never get a chance to ask a Native American but instead assume. What will a discussion between RBG(Pan-Afrikanist) and a Native American be like? Join us and join the discussion to find out.

  • 01:59

    Why Aren't African-Native Americans Supporting Idle No more?

    in Culture

    ICU (Indigenous Cultural Unity) Online Radio Presents Chief:Nanya-Shaabu:El:®©TM is Internationally Recognized as an Indigenous Melaninite, of the :At-sik-hata :Nation of :Yamassee-Moors, an Internationally recognized Indigenous Nation Speaking on the Idle No More movement and why aren't African-Native Americans Supporting it.

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