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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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Diana Brasfield and Johnny Flynn of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma to discuss the legislation on the horizon to disenroll members of the CPN.

Crying Earth Rise Up - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QE1kCjcrpqg This short inter-tribal piece was created with longtime activist and Lakota elder, Debra White Plume, of www.bringbacktheway.com. The piece is used to inform tribal... more

The Muscogee Creek Freedman Band is a non-profit organization, based in (Creek Nation) Okmulgee, Oklahoma. MCFB is operated by volunteers descended from the Creek Indian Freedmen; designated as Freedmen by the Dawes... more

Painting "Dancing 'Til Dawn" by Marianne Millar "In the Native Spirit and Honor of Women, Children, and Families" www.urbanindianadvocacyprogram.org The Urban Indian Advocacy Program is a community-based advocacy program for... more

Buggin Malone may be able to join us for an update on his performances and big concert planned in MN. Brenda plans to speak about the Native American News resources and forums that are available on line. In particular how helpful or... more

The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma developed an eagle rehabilitation program in order to protect injured eagles and increase community awareness of wildlife and Native American culture. The Bah Kho-je Xla Chi (Grey Snow Eagle House) was... more

Michelle ShiningElk will discuss her upbringing and what it takes to be a Native American woman in the entertainment industry. Michelle R. Shining Elk was raised on the Colville Indian Reservation and is an enrolled member of... more

In 1936, Saginaw Morgan Grant was born to Sarah and Austin Grant Sr. at Pawnee Indian Hospitol in Pawnee, Oklahoma. He was raised on a farm in Cushing,Oklahoma with two brothers and one sister. Having a traditional... more

Marilyn Vann, President of DFSCTA and lead plaintiff in Vann et al versus Kempthorne to discuss the issues surrounding the Freedmen of the 5 Civilized Tribes Early in the 1800s, some Cherokees acquired slaves, and in the 1830s,... more

AIRRO to Host Session on Human and Civil Rights Violations in Indian Country The American Indian Rights and Resources Organization ("AIRRO"), www.airro.org a Native American civil rights group, will be hosting a listening... more
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