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TalkingFeather Radio

Talking Feather Radio

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Talking Feather Radio showcases cultural blends of the Global Village and amplifies community voices. Join our Indigenous Circle. Let us pass the Talking Feather to you. Hosts, Penny Gamble Williams and Thunder Williams invite you to listen to them live Wednesdays at 8PM on Blog Talk Radio and also every Sunday at 11AM on www.WOLAM.com. Radio ONE, WOL-1450 AM, Wash DC.

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Martha Redbone, the award winning Choctaw/Shawnee/Cherokee/Blackfeet/African American singer, songwriter and community activist, joins us on the Talking Feather Radio Show. She will... more

Join our dialogue with Strong Woman, Julianne Jennings, a Nottoway Native of Virginia, currently living in Rhode Island; an adjunct professor At Pima Community College in Tuscon AZ; author, artist singer. She is a catalyst for an effort to... more

The first Mountain Eagle Place Pow Wow will take place in Providence Forge Virginia. Singer and recording artist, Maimouna Youssef and her sister Mahatara 3 Buffaloes Woman who is a dancer, artist and the eldest granddaughter of the... more

What you don't know and what has not been recorded in conventional history books may change your view of the July 4th celebration of "Independence Day." In the Land of the FREE, somebody was forced to give up their freedom.... more

Do Native People have the same rights of religious freedom as other Americans? The courthouse door is locked to Native Americans when they seek to right the wrongs done when their sacred places of worship were desecrated. Our guest... more

Reverend Kevin Annett, Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared and Residential School survivors have been speaking out for many years about the horrible things that happened to children at the Canadian Residential Schools. Between 1889... more

Pura Fe Crescioni sings and plays some smooth guitar licks along with soulful foot stomping rhythms that makes you what to get up and dance. She has traveled the world singing her songs about life. Through her music she has created a space... more

Faith Gemmill Neets'aii Gwich'in/Pit River of Artic Village, Alaska and the Executive director of "RED OIL" (Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands), joins Patience Faulkner, Aleut of Cordova Alaska, and... more

Join the dialogue about our journey to the true self as we explore the Aka Dua energy body and Toltec Dreaming. Are ancient traditions and knowledge useful for finding our true selves? Can anyone use dreaming as a vehicle to higher... more

Koyote the Blind is an exiled Salvadoran performance artist working in a disciplined, improvisational art form known as The Telling, which was originally created by Toltecs in tenth-century Mexico and preserved throughout Latin... more
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