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Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States continue to face economic and socially discriminatory treatment leading to an economically coerced removal from their ancestral lands and to assimilation by the dominant culture. This radio show will discuss current events and historical perspectives as it pertains to the Indigenous Peoples of the world.

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Phillip Meshekey (Turtle clan) is Waganakising (crooked tree) Odawak (to trade), or Anishinaabe (First good people), and a member of the little traverse bay bands of Odawa (Ottawa) Indians in northern Michigan. He considers himself a... more

http://www.youtube.com/danatiger1 Dana Tiger’s work portrays Native American women as historical and contemporary leaders. Her art provides us with a glimpse of wisdom and spirit, embodied in the subjects’ determination to resolve and... more

Quanah Parker Brightman is Cheyenne River Lakota Sioux and Creek. He is theVice President of United Native Americnas, Inc. (or U.N.A.) that was formed in 1968 in San Francisco, California to Promote the General Welfare of Native... more

http://www.myspace.com/bugginmalone If you are interested in bringing Buggin Malone to your community, or for any event, please contact him at bugginmalone@hotmail.com Buggin Malone's musical writings and production... more

Pono was born in Maui and raised On Oahu, Hawai'i. He has lived and traveled throughout the world{Ca.,Co.,Pa.}Traveled to 38 states in the usa{Canada} & {Japan} {Korea}{Tailand}{Hong Kong} & Lived in {Taiwan} for a Year. He has... more

Mitch Walking Elk officially came on the music scene in the mid eighties with the release of his first recording, Dreamer, Originally from Oklahoma, now residing in St. Paul, Minnesota, Mitch has released a total of five recordings, toured... more

With influences as wide- rock, hip hop and ranging as reggae, folk, Little Hawk makes a masterpiece of filtering his musical inspiration and blending it with personally meaningful themes. His award-winning debut album, 1492-1975, was... more

Everyday Warrior and being of us Rob Fife is of Nez Perce/Cayuse and Scottish descent.He has been involved in the struggle for indigeneous rights in one way or another,both inwardly and outwardly, his entire life. His education and early... more

Guest: Jodi Voice, Marei Spaola and Melissa Franklin Topics: Students from: Haskell Indian Nations University visited refugee camps in Palestine and will share with us what they learned. From JoJo: Show some love fam. My trip to... more

Lawrence "Happy" Laughing is among a new generation of Native American singers that is bringing its traditional music and culture into a more contemporary setting. Lawrence Laughing conveys a quiet, hymn like quality in his songs.... more
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