• 02:00

    Native American Culture in Gaming - A Conversation with Monte Cook Games

    in Entertainment

    In the world of fantasy role playing games or any other type of gaming, how can game creators best convey Native culture without lapsing into stereotype? How can they best do it with respect and accuracy?  We talked with Shanna Germain Monte Cook Games - creators of Dungeons and Dragons style RPG "The Strange." Creators have agreed to make positive changes when they were criticized as portraying Indigenous people in a stereotypical way. 


    We commend Monte Cook Games for their desire to work with the Native community in order to show the world Native people are most than just a stereotype. 


    For over five years, the award-winning Native themed online radio show Native Trailblazers has been delivering the hottest topics in Indian Country to your desktop, mobile or other listening devices! Listen in Every Friday at 7pm EST or any time after in archives!


    SHOW HOSTS: Vincent Schilling (Producer, Speaker, Journalist, Author, VP Schilling Media) www.Twitter.com/VinceSchilling  and Delores Schilling (CEO, Schilling Media, Inc.) www.Twitter.com/DelSchilling


    Join our chat room Here's How  Visit our website www.NativeTrailblazers.com 


    Sign Up for our Mailing List Here - http://eepurl.com/O7fa1 


    iTunes Podcast - http://goo.gl/GkEOJ3

  • 00:30

    SEVEN ELEMENTS OF JURISDICTION/ What all Aboriginal/Indigenous Moors Should Know

    in Social Networking

    This Reading and Discussion involves what every Moor should know about our Moroccan citizenship in the extreme far west, and what we should know in the event Moors are confronted with the arduous task of Roman Christian courtroom battles to enforce the United States Republic Constitution that the Albion European corporate government occupying offices are bound to uphold by oath.


    We all hate it; but it must be done, and once we are confident through knowledge and application; the difficult will lessen.


    Peace and Love

  • 02:55

    A Frank Discussion on Suicide in Indian Country

    in Entertainment

    Shé:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers!  Tonight we will be talking about the presence of suicide in Indian Country - a horrible epidemic that is simply too prevalent in 2015. We welcome award winning muscian / public speaker on Native youth suicide prevention: Michael Bucher @MichaelBucher and Austrailian LGBTI Activist Dameyon Bonson @DameyonBonson  to talk about the terrible presence of suicide in indigenous communities.


    For over five years, the award-winning Native themed online radio show Native Trailblazers has been delivering the hottest topics in Indian Country to your desktop, mobile or other listening devices! Listen in Every Friday at 7pm EST or any time after in archives!


    SHOW HOSTS: Vincent Schilling (Producer, Speaker, Journalist, Author, VP Schilling Media) www.Twitter.com/VinceSchilling  and Delores Schilling (CEO, Schilling Media, Inc.) www.Twitter.com/DelSchilling


    Join hosts Vincent and Delores Schilling live in our chat room Here's How 


    Visit our website www.NativeTrailblazers.com 


    Sign Up for our Mailing List Here - http://eepurl.com/O7fa1 


    iTunes Podcast - http://goo.gl/GkEOJ3

  • 02:01

    A Fireside Chat with Delores, Vincent and Fellow Native Journalist Johnnie Jae

    in Entertainment

    Shé:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers!  Join us tonight for A Fireside Chat with Delores, Vincent and Fellow Native Journalist Johnnie Jae of the Jiwere-Nutachi and Chahta tribes of Oklahoma. Follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/johnniejae 


    For over five years, the award-winning Native themed online radio show Native Trailblazers has been delivering the hottest topics in Indian Country to your desktop, mobile or other listening devices! Listen in Every Friday at 7pm EST or any time after in archives!


    This Friday: Stay Tuned for another great show to be announced!!


    SHOW HOSTS: Vincent Schilling (Producer, Speaker, Journalist, Author, VP Schilling Media) www.Twitter.com/VinceSchilling  and Delores Schilling (CEO, Schilling Media, Inc.) www.Twitter.com/DelSchilling


    Join hosts Vincent and Delores Schilling live in our chat room Here's How 


    Visit our website www.NativeTrailblazers.com 


    Sign Up for our Mailing List Here - http://eepurl.com/O7fa1 


    iTunes Podcast - http://goo.gl/GkEOJ3

  • 00:31

    Late Night with Ara'wayakan Indigenous Radio!

    in Culture

    Checking in with the strong people of Ara'wayakan and beyond.

  • 01:07

    Legacy of A Nation

    in Lifestyle

    This show represents the history, culture, politcs, health and economics of the Aboriginal Community of North and South America.

  • 01:58

    Navajo News Without Borders AKA Indigenous News from the Navajo Rez

    in News

    Listen to my March 26, 2015, Navajo News Without Borders AKA Indigenous News From the Navajo Rez show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/navajonewswithoutborders/2015/03/27/navajo-news-without-borders-aka-indigenous-news-from-the-navajo-rez The show was the voices of Dine' and Apache people who are and who have been at the Apache Stronghold at Oak Flats, Ariz., where people of all ages are making a spiritual occupation of a ancestral place of prayer. The voices that you will hear are Leroi Morgan of White Cone, Ariz.; Anna Rondon of Chichiltah, N.M., Standing Fox of Oak Flats, and Kooper Indigenize Curley, also of Oak Flats and Chichiltah. There were a few minutes of technical difficulty between the voices of Leroi and Anna and so please continue to listen to the show. My apologizes. Thank you for Tuning In and Staying Informed. May Peace Prevail on Mother Earth!

  • 00:31

    Walking The Spiritual Warrior's Path

    in Spirituality

    A-LO-HA!  Greetings and welcome everyone, I’m Lana inviting you to enjoy another session of Dah Coconut Wireless … broadcasting from Station Aloha in the Pacific Northwest.  Good morning … good afternoon … or good evening!


    As spiritual warriors, the path that we walk on is narrow … and it is constrained by three kapus, three sacred directives.  Since you have reached that place of knowing, I can offer these kapus to you. 



    Love all that you see—with humility. In order to love all that we see, this can only come from a place of humility.
    Live all that you feel—with reverence. When we live what we feel—what the mythologist Joseph Campbell meant when he said ‘follow your bliss’—this leads us inexorably toward reverence, an active sense of respect. This is the foundation stone of indigenous mind. 



    Know all that you possess—with discipline. And when we know all that we possess—and this includes what possesses us—we find our self-discipline. We cannot walk the sacred path without discipline.  This is where so many spiritual seekers as well as teachers have stumbled.



    When we come from the place of humility, we connect with the energy of compassion.  This allows us to experience the power of aloha—of love. 



    When we practice acceptance and live what we feel, we are drawn inexorably toward reverence, an active respect for everyone and everything we encounter in life. 



    And through knowing what we possess, we find our discipline. And in order to discover who we are as well as where we are, self-discipline is essential, because without it, we cannot progress. 

    We begin to explore the Law of One, then we'll embark on a Self-Healing Ritual, a Ho'oponopono with the many selves that are YOU.

  • 01:59

    TGIF FREE FOR ALL

    in Politics

    TUC Radio is produced by Maria Gilardin


    Maria Gilardin learned radio in the KPFA news department in 1980 and was one of the founders of the women's department. She co-wrote the GATT Guide for the Earth Summit in Rio, was founding producer of the national weekly public-affairs show Making Contact, and is a member of the International Forum on Globalization. Since 1993, Maria has written and produced radio on global trade and great ideas of local resistance to globalization.


    About this series: "An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States"


    About the author: Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz grew up in rural Oklahoma, the daughter of a tenant farmer and part-Indian mother. She holds a Ph.D. in history and is an activist in the international Indigenous movement for more than four decades.

    This first part of the program brings you Dunbar-Ortiz' description of North America before invasion, the emergence of the US concept of a chosen people, the development of the role of the US military as a force for genocide that seamlessly transitioned into the US foreign wars, the role of militias, a brief history of AIM, the American Indian Movement, and the consequences of the Gold Rush in California.


    During Q&A Dunbar-Ortiz was asked about an earlier book by her. The Great Sioux Nation, published in 1977, came out of the 1974 Wounded Knee trials where Dunbar-Ortiz was an expert witness.

    Dunbar-Ortiz is the author or editor of seven other books, including Roots of Resistance: A History of Land Tenure in New Mexico; The Great Sioux Nation; Red Dirt: Growing Up Okie, and Blood on the Border: Memoir of the Contra War. She lives in San Francisco.

    I recorded Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz on Dec. 4, 2014, at Green Apple, one of the last used bookstores in San Francisco. Her book had been published two months earlier.

  • 01:05

    THE SEARCHER'S ROAD MAP with Kimba Arem

    in Spirituality

    Kimba Arem is a performer, recording artist, and a musician since age seven, with classical training in piano and flute. She received a B.S. in molecular and cellular biology at the University of Arizona, preparing for medical school.


    Following a near-death experience in 1992, and while later attending acupuncture graduate school studying Chinese Taoist Medicine, she was introduced to sound therapy. Since then, she has developed her own practice, grown out of extensive subtle-energy training in sound therapy, herbology, Reiki (master level), flower and gem essences, and aromatherapy. She also works with light and color, and has incorporated these diverse elements into a multidimensional approach to healing in her sound-therapy private practice. In a session she uses multiple forms of subtle-energy techniques, a “vibrasound” bed and a hemi-synch light?machine; yet the primary focus is on playing various indigenous and classical instruments in the human energy field, to accompany these other modalities. Her main instrument is a quartz crystal didjeridu, as well as multi-chambered Native American flutes, four-chambered Celtic flute, Tibetan and crystal bowls, tingshas, tuning forks, harp, Aboriginal bullroarer, various percussion instruments, and recites healing therapeutic mantras from various cultures. Kimba is dedicated to educating and assisting the planet in gentle awakening through sacred sound.


     


    Searchersroadmap@gmail.com

  • 02:01

    Aremisa Hailey On The "Indigenous Womb, and Birth" Health N' Wellness.

    in Art

    Join us on the Art Of War Network Show, with our host Earl Simmons, and his guest Aremisa Hailey, of the "Indigenous Birth and Womb Services" on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, at 8:00 P.M. Est. until 10:00 P.M. Est. Call us here at 1-347-857-3470, with your questions, and comments. We will be discussing the topic of women's womb health, and emotional wellness, specifically how the imbalance of the women's womb health impacts our communities. You may call in to listen, or you can visit us online at www.blogtalkradio.com..Enjoy the Show.

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