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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 Radio ONE, WOL-1450 AM, Wash DC.

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Alfredo Younis founder of the Zambuling Institute for Human Transformation and a Mayan Priest guides our dialogue and answers the question: What have Indigenous People contributed to the world? The knowledge of Indigenous... more

Numerology and Hermetic Teachings. Join our special guest, "Flying Eaggle", host of The Other Side Community News Network. We will delve into the Ancient Wisdom of the Universe, connect the Dots and the "Numbers" to explain things... more

The Great Heist of Haiti that began in the 1800's continues to this day as neocolonial "aid" policies choke this nation dubbed "the poorest in the Western Hemisphere." How and why did a nation so rich in natural resources and human... more

> > > > "We're on a mission to break down borders, break down > barriers and break down stereotypes," says award winning > South African Hip Hop artist "Hip Hop Pantsula" (HHP, also > known as "Jabba"). Talking Feather... more

Join our dialogue on Haiti's Dilemma & what our role should be to support Haiti's survival as an independent nation of indigenous people. IS HAITI BEING RESUSCITATED BY THE VERY PEOPLE WHO ORCHESTRATED ITS... more

In October 2006, Talking Feather Radio was privileged to interview Vernon Bellecourt, whose Ojibwe name, WaBun-Innini, means "Man of Dawn" or "Daybreak." On October 13, 2007 Wabun Innini transitioned and became an... more

2009 has ended. A new decade has begun. We take a look back at 2009 and try to put things in prospective. We began 2009 with the promise of C_H_A_N_G_E - The hope that we, the people would be saved from the devastating impacts of... more

Indigenous people, NGO's, people of all ages and walks of life have unified for climate justice. Indigenous voices from all over the world cannot be silenced. The time is now to continue the work to save Mother Earth, the people and all living... more

Thursday, December 10, 2009 was an eventful day and one to be remembered by the world community. It was Human Rights Day. It was the day President Barack Obama accepted the Noble Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway. It was a day when... more

Are Afro-Caribbeans, like so many of us, still in the grips of an identity crisis? Too often Racial Identity and Culture continue to clash whenever African ancestry surfaces. The legacy of colonialism and slavery has left deep scars, psychic... more
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