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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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Thanksgiving to many New England Native American people is not a day to celebrate in the traditional sense, it is a day to mourn the losses and remember those who sacrificed their lives to be sovereign and free of the genocidal horrors... more

Stephanie A. Duckworth-Elliott is a young woman who is living her passion. She is the author of a new children's book called "Poneasequa-The Goddess of the Waters" and has a publishing company called Wampum Books. Stephanie is a... more

Reverend Kevin Annett who recently returned from his trip to Europe will talk about the first public memorial service ever held in Rome for the victims of Catholic Indian Residential Schools, It occurred outside the Vatican on October... more

Harvey Arden, author and editor along with Rob Fife, who is Nez Perce/Cayuse and one of the organizers of the November 5 Circle of Clemency event, will join us on the Talking Feather Radio Show. We will talk about Leonard Peltier-the... more

Today we unravel the hidden history of African-Native American people whose genealogy has been obfuscated and often denied. Our informative dialogue may help you trace your roots. Our special guest Angela Y. Walton-Raji is an avid... more

Black Wampanoag performing artist, writer, filmmaker and educator, Mwalim will be the guest on TALKING FEATHER RADIO; playing selected cuts from his soon-to-be released CD/album THE LIBERATION SESSIONS: Soul of the City... more

Koyote The Blind is a carrier of an ancient Toltec tradition known as Aka Dua. Aka Dua is an ancient Solar energy refined and purified by the spiritual descendents of the Toltec King Ce Acatl Quetzalcoatl. Its legendary roots may... more

Kevin Annett is a community minister, educator and award-winning film maker who produced the documentary "Unrepentant" that tells the horrific story of the suffering that Aboriginal children endured in the residential schools throughout... more

We will explore dreaming and ancient healing traditions of the Toltec with Koyote The Blind. Koyote The Blind is the resident artist of the Tequihua Foundation in California. He is a Master Storyteller in the tradition of his ancient Toltec... more

Why is Leonard Peltier still in Prison? Join our Indigenous Circle where our special Guest Ben Carnes, activist and spiritual leader - Choctaw Nation-shares his activism to Free Leonard Peltier, an imprisoned Native American political... more
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