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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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A weekly recap of the happenings in Indian Country along with commentary by the hostess. Call-ins welcome! Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States... more

Culture Shock Camp, comprised of Marcus ?Quese IMC? Frejo and Brian?DJ Shock B? Frejo, is an all-Native hip-hop group originating out of Oklahoma City. Culture Shock's sound and vibe is defined by its unique and powerful blend of... more

Nakima Geimausaddle (Lakota/Odawa) and Kenneth Geimausaddle (Kiowa) head up the 501 (c) 3 - Celebrating Traditions; Native American ARt and Culture established in 1999. Beginning in 2001 as part of the organization they began... more

Carol Shoemaker is the mother of six children, author of 'Skeletons in the Closet', an autobiography, and has a BA in e Human Services. She dedicated her book to the memory of her youngest son, Enrique Sanchez, who lost his life while in... more

Daniel Wildcat, Ph.D., (Yuchi) is a professor at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, and an accomplished scholar who writes on Indigenous knowledge, technology, environment, and education. He is also director of the... more

Join us as we discuss the rally to campaign to bring Justice to the issue surrounding little Naomi Whitecrow's death. The rally is scheduled at the Oklahoma State Capitol on November 2, 2011 from 11 AM to 2 PM. Guest Lisa... more

Walter Echo-Hawk is a Native American attorney, tribal judge, author, activist, and law professor. He represents Indian tribes on important legal issues, such as treaty rights, water rights, religious freedom, prisoner rights, and repatriation... more

Kenny Frost (Ute) is a prolific speaker and leader of indigenous peoples who are fighting to keep traditions, culture and languages alive for the next generations. Kenny is the Chairman of Our Healing Center. Our Native Healing... more

Born in Pasadena, California, in 1954, Kenny grew up in a music-filled household. His early affinity to music is a reflection of his Native American roots. His bloodlines come directly from two Indian Nations, the Mohawk and the... more

Marilyn Vann serves as president and a director of the Descendants of Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes Association, a nonprofit corporation that educates the public about the history, culture, and political rights of the African Indian peoples... more
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