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Corrupt Tribal Members and Native American politics Destroy the Culture Tradition and Ceremony - This Change Brings Harm To the Elders - Corrupt Tribal Council Forgets Who and What The Tribes Really Stands For - Social Programs have been Elimated - Alcohol and Pot Sales May be a Reality on the Reservation - Tribal Money is Misused by the CORRUPT Tribal Council - WHY DO THEY STILL TURN OFF THE WATER During this Harsh Winter ? NO Propane HELP -- What Can We Do? Should The CORRUPT TRIBAL COUNCIL ALLOW the ELDERS to FREEZE?
This Sunday, we will be discussing the need for cultural/spiritual opportunities in this countries prisons, and a need for transitional support upon release of our relatives. Ever since the first sweat lodge appeared behind prison walls in Nebraska in the early 70's, this issue has been well litigated in state and federal courts. Even Amnesty International has examined these cases.
In 1982, the warden at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary compared Native culture/spirituality to the Aryan Brotherhood and the Ku Klux Klan in denying permission to form a cultural group as mandated by court orders. By the 90's, sweat lodge was allowed at many prisons, and the right to wear long hair had been fought and won, but the real battle remains. What is there for Native prisoners upon their release?
In the past ten years the Muscogee Nation has began their Reintegration program and others have began to develop their own. This week I met with the Choctaw Nation and was asked to begin to gather information and data to create a program for reintegration. For myself, this was a milestone in my life as I had asked the Choctaw Nation to do this 30 years ago.
We all have families, loved ones and friends in prison. We hope the best for them upon their release, but it is a long road back with a type of PTSD from existing in months - years within a violent and dangerous environment. Employment becomes difficult without marketable skills and coping without life skills makes it stressful that sometimes one just gives up and resorts to old habits that reduces a sense of self-worth.
We'll discuss these and many other issues in the two hours we have this weekend. Plan to listen in and share with your friends!
Chris Eyre (Cheyenne-Arapaho) is a Native American Filmmaker and Producer (Smoke Signals, Skins and Edge of America, etc.) In this interview, we'll ask about the growth of the film industry from a Native perspective and what Chris thinks the future holds. Don't miss out!
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Back by popular demand EPISODE 5 Flashback- The finest in Native American & Indigenous rap, hip hop and R&B from the #1 Urban Rez Entertainment Company In The World", Culture Shock Original. EPISODE 5 Hosted by Marcus Tsosie. Co-Host by Culture Shock Original recording artist and WC American Indian Music Award Nominee Minnesota S.A.G.E., with a Special Interview with Culture Shock Original recording artist and WC American Indian Music Award Nominee Riah. Plus Featured Songs 1. The Council "SHINE WITH IT" featuring The Game, 2. Jot Scripts "Encouragement", 3. R.E.D.D. "Boss Life", 4. L.P. "How You Like Me Now", 5. Picazzo Pablo "Hold Your Close To Me", 6. El Demonio "It's A Wonderful Feeling", 7. Riah "In The Middle"
Native Wisdom on These Current Times will be the topic of our discussion with Pa’Ris’Ha, who has been acknowledged as a Tibetan reincarnation of TARA, a Bodhisattva Buddha. As a holy woman, with close ties to the Hopi, the Mayans and other indigenous groups she brings an ancient perspective to current times. She wholly believes in each of us living in abundance and will talk about some of the steps she teaches. Listening to Pa’Ris’Ha opens your heart.
The Midwest is increasingly becoming a more attractive place to make movies. That's right! Another movie, about, filmed in, created by midwesterners opens the show, tonight. Ted Trent, creator of "Belleville the Movie," and co-stars Tim O'Leary and Cooper Shaw join us to tell about this movie premiering next week in Wherenberg Theaters, and another project on the not so distant horizon.
How does the current drug culture affect you, personally? Tonight, my good friend, Joe Richardson tells his story of how he was touched by the drug culture, how it changed his family, forever, and how it motivated him to fight back against it. Very powerful! You don't want to miss this.
Tom Martz, of the Locke & Smith Foundation gives us a quick rundown of what we can expect in the upcoming Missouri Veto Session.
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Episode two! I'll have a chat with another life-long friend, Brian Rovegno, a television programming executive, and all around fun guy. We'll run down the Emmys and anything else happening in pop culture worth talking about. It should be good for some laughs and maybe some snark.
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