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Censored News Radio focuses on Indigenous Peoples and international human rights.Photo: Havasupai Gathering to Halt Uranium Mining in Grand Canyon.

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Christmas Special: Listen to walkers on the Longest Walk northern route in the west, beginning with the Miwok at Shingle Springs, Calif. Walkers speaking include Marie Littlemoon, Willie Lonewolf, Antonio Ruiz and Weldon Austin, with... more

Listen to Lipan Apache, Jumano Apache, San Carlos Apache, Yaqui in Arizona and others send a clear message to Obama and the transition team: Stop the US/Mexico border wall. Speakers Eloisa Garcia Támez, (Lipan Apache),... more

With voices on Alcatraz Island, the Longest Walk begins its journey west. Next, we visit with walkers at DQ University and on the bus to Rumsey Rancheria to take the first steps on the Longest Walk 2. Then Calvin Magpie, in Pollock... more

Kickapoo Chairman Steve Cadue describes how Kickapoo in Kansas are without water, followed by a message to protect Haskell Wetlands. Navajo Louise Benally of Big Mountain speaks on resistance. A Palestinian on Alcatraz offers words... more

Paiute Dell Steve discusses Spirit Cave Man and Wesley Dick, Paiute, describes tanning, hunting and gathering in Nevada, in the Best of the Longest Walk Northern Route series.

Ofelia Rivas, founder of the O'odham Voice Against the Wall, and Angie Ramon, whose son was run over and killed by the US Border Patrol, describe the militarization of O'odham lands. (30 minutes)

An interview with Clayson Benally of Blackfire, the Navajo band who captured NAMMYs Record of the Year for Silence is a Weapon and Native Heart Award 2008. Next, a look at Indigenous rights in California, from sacred places to... more

From the heart of America, comes the Best of the Longest Walk Radio, Northern Route, Part 1. Adriano Buckskin, 19, Southern Ute walker in Illinois delivers a message to youths. In Cimarron, Kansas, Maori Sharon Heta and her husband... more

Navajos and Hopis protested a permit on Black Mesa for Peabody Coal, which has desecrated sacred land and led to the relocation of more than 14,000 Navajos. Recording by Mano Cockrum, Hopi-Navajo, of the Hopi and Navajo... more

Comedian Charlie Hill, Oneida, from Wisconsin at the AIM-West 40-Year Reunion in San Francisco, recorded by Earthcycles.

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