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SPECIAL EVENT: HOW CAN WE FIX INTERNAL ISSUES HAPPENING WITHIN THE AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT THAT ARE AFFECTING OUR REPUTATION, OUR POLICIES AND THE OUR PEOPLE THAT WE ARE HONORED TO REPRESENT AND ADVOCATE FOR.
Education is the key to a bettering the lives of Indigenous People, which is why it is important to have this discussion tonight.
Join host Natalie Brown, WnT Board of Directors member who will be joined by Brenda Golden, WnT Board of Directors member and Radio Team Chair, and other guests.
“The American Indian Studies paradigm is grounded in the experiences of American Indian nations, peoples, communities, and organizations from American Indian perspectives. Its principles are rooted in the concepts of sovereignty and indigenousness. It recognizes that disparate worldviews, literatures, knowledge systems, political structures, and languages characterize Indian societies within the United
States but that they share commonalities that link them with other indigenous peoples of the world. It acknowledges that colonialism has impacted the sovereignty, human rights, landholdings, religious freedom, health, welfare, and cultural integrity of Indian nations.”
History has never been accurate or completely truthful for the American Indian. We intend to change that through educational and informative talks on a variety of issues that impact and affect Indian Country. www.whispernthunder.org
Frank Love is an American Indian from the Omaha Tribe. He is a motivational speaker and author.
What is the true story of what happened to the native people when the Revolutionary war was fought?
Did a so called "Christian Nation" slaughter them for their land?
In this episode, I'll share American Indian Spiritual beliefs I learned growing up in the Indian community in Dallas. What is a Medicine Woman/Man? What is a Sweat Lodge? How was tobacco meant to be used? What differences are there from Indian Nation to Nation in beliefs? I'll fit in as much as I can in 30 minutes.
Tonight Native Trailblazers Welcomes Nataanii Means - an American Indian Activist and talented Native Hip Hop artist. Embracing his Oglala Lakota, Navajo, and Omaha ancestry - Nataanii brings true artisty to his work and music. Since writing poetry and music from the age of just 11 years old, Nataanii, now in his early twenties is truly bringing some real talent to the table. Nataanii is also a student at the Institute for American Indian Arts in Santa fe, NM, and as a filmmaker wil
Today we're previewing our next big Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana television show, with our own radio twist! Our first guest is American Indian Center of Chicago executive director Joseph Podlasek. He'll be on the phone to talk about his organization and the services they provide to Native Americans in our urban environment. Frank and the crew (along with some Blackhawks and Bears) will be revealing the center's renovation live tomorrow on our television program! In our Craftsm
UCLA AMERICAN INDIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 13th Annual Youth Conference & Basketball Tournament March 23 to March 25, 2012 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT JOHN WOODEN CENTER 221 WESTWOOD PLAZA LOS ANGELES, CA 90095 YOUTH CONFERENCE STUDENT ACTIVITIES CENTER 220 WESTWOOD PLAZA LOS ANGELES, CA 90095
The guest will be Jesi Bichard, we will talk about, the housing crisis, and how it affects you. Her story will show all of us about how the government has twisted the american drea. A must hear story, for all americans!