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The Storyteller
Weekly
 
The Storyteller is a 15-minute weekly radio program and internet broadcast featuring true stories from First Nations people across North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Don't be fooled, this is not some religious, feel good program. This is real life. It's raw, direct and personal. If you're tired of the way things are, or wonder if there really is hope for something better, you may want to listen to some folks who understand.The Storyteller is heard via radio bro ...
 
A live call-in program, engaging noted guests and listeners in a thought-provoking national conversation from a Native perspective. Hosted by Tara Gatewood (Isleta).
 
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Red Man Laughing
Monthly
 
Hosted by Anishinaabe comedian Ryan McMahon, the Red Man Laughing Podcast is a space for independent, forward thinking, conversations, investigations, pontifications & disruptions about the good, bad & the ugly between Indian Country & the mainstream.
 
A page to learn & explore the rich history of the Six Nations of the Haudenosaunee or The Iroquois Confederacy. Check out the Iroquois History and Legends Podcast!
 
A unique podcast from an American Indian perspective on current affairs. Join Hosts Michael Kickingbear and David GreyOwl as they present an Indigenous view on American history, politics, and culture, and how it may impact Native American lives.
 
Native Voice One (NV1) educates, advocates, and celebrates Indigenous life and culture by providing a radio programs from a Native point of view.
 
Native Trailblazers - FRI'S 8PM EST - Hosted by Mohawk Journalist, Editor and Public Speaker Vincent Schilling and CEO of Schilling Media, Inc. Delores Schilling.
 
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Antonia Gonzales
Daily
 
A five minute, weekday newscast dedicated to Native issues, that compiles spot news reports from around the country, anchored by Antonia Gonzales (Navajo).
 
Lifelong Identity Architect and philanthropist, Jared Angaza holds a space for evocative conversations about culture, spirituality, and what it means to live fully alive. Who are we and why are we here? How do we integrate new and ancient wisdom and ensure that our lives reflect our values and beliefs? What does it mean to live authentically? Over 20 years of activism, international brand development, and ardent studies of human behavior and ancestral wisdom, Jared has realized that the keys ...
 
More stimulating Native Talk Radio! Cliff & Brandon are both registered members of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, and dedicate the show to making Native topics fun & entertaining!
 
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The Jig Is Up
Weekly
 
Podcast focusing on Métis culture, people, and the issues we face from a grassroots perspective
 
This Land is Our Land podcast lends a spotlight to issues related to American Indian news and land in the United States. The show is hosted by Jodi Rave who interviews newsmakers and grassroots citizens. This podcast embraces the democratization of media. We all have a right to be heard. We all have a right to freedom of information. The plan is to be a monthly podcast. It will mostly be an interview format but will embrace experimentation. Listen, share your thoughts. Thank you.
 
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Many Native non-profits tap into the philanthropy of large foundations to fund their work. Relying on funders who don’t always have a full understanding of Native priorities and protocols carries the potential for significant implications. Edgar Villanueva, author of “Decolonizing Wealth,” also questions the wisdom of accepting funds from phila ...…
 
Ogallala Lakota bareback bronc rider Shane O’Connell of South Dakota wins round eight with an 89 point ride aboard Powder River Rodeo Companies bucking horse named Blackleg for $26,230.77. O’Connell moves prestigiously from 14 to 11 place in the world standings for the 2018 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Defending team roping champion, ...…
 
Navajo Derrick Begay wins Round 7 with Corey Petska team roping moving him up to fifth in the world standings. Former champion of the world, Aaron Tsinigini is fastest on 6 team roping. The Thomas and Mack has sold out 347 performances for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo since 1985. We have winners for round seven, PRCA World Standings and i ...…
 
A Native-owned company invented the Tanka Bar, a bison-meat bar based on the traditional Lakota dried bison mixture, wasna. But a non-Native competitor with a similar product swooped in and secured a $100 million deal with General Mills. In this program, we’ll talk about what Native businesses need to break through business barriers and what pi ...…
 
Indigenous group finds place in international climate talksTribes and Native groups applaud passage of the Farm Bill
 
Close to a dozen artists have joined Native Hawaiian legendary artist Henry Kapono to bring “The Songs of C&K” album to life. Some of today’s most notable Hawaii-based Indigenous artists are adding their voice to the famed C & K songs which first reached audiences in the 70s and are the sounds that many grew up with in Hawaii. We’ll meet some o ...…
 
Navajo and former world champion Aaron Tsinigini lead the American Indian contingency at the 60th Annual Wrangler National Finals rodeo in Las Vegas round six December 11, 2018. Each of the 10 rounds in each event page over $26,000 with the best on 10 at the end of the week receiving near $70,000. World championships are on the line in the Prof ...…
 
Former World Champion, Navajo Aaron Tsinigini won money team roping in round five of the 60th Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Over 10 million dollars will be awarded in 10 go Rounds this week in Las Vegas, Nevada. We have a report of our Indian contingency along with the winners of round number five in each event, the world leaders and i ...…
 
An Alaska Native group organizes opposition to oil and gas development in the Alaska National Wildlife RefugeA temporary shelter aims to help homeless people from a Minneapolis encampmentThe U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs holds a hearing on missing and murdered Indigenous women
 
Native Opinion Episode 151 AN OPPORTUNITY AWAITS! How To Reach Our Show: E-Mail: hosts@nativeopinion.com Twitter: @nativeopinion Facebook: facebook.com/nativeopinionpodcast/ Our Website: nativeopinion.com Our Youtube Channel: https://www.Youtube.com/c/NativeOpinion _______________________________________________________________ CALL OUR SHOW! C ...…
 
A large group of migrants, mostly from Honduras, are hunkered down in Tijuana, Mexico awaiting to apply for asylum in the United States. Some are also weighing the risk of crossing the border illegally. Many of those in the so-called caravan are fleeing widespread violence and crime in their home countries, including the corrupt government’s bl ...…
 
This week we dig into what it means to trademark cultural items, exclusion of traditional Métis communities, and how we could be living in a great moment in time where Métis people have the chance to take back the power of their communities. Follow us Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @metispodcast To support the show Patreon: www.patreon.com/Ji ...…
 
Activist says it’s not over after former Omaha officer acquitted in Native man’s deathNavajo woman among group protesting fossil fuels at UN Climate Summit in PolandSenate Indian Affairs committee to hold hearing on missing and murdered Native peopleTwo tribal bills involving land transfer and energy development head to President Trump…
 
Oglala Lakota bareback Brock rider Shane O’Connell sees his second check in four rounds his rookie year at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Navajo Aaron Tsinigini picks up another check as our Indian contingency is going for the cash in the city of lights, Las Vegas. We have results from the fourth go round of 10 from the 60th Annual Wrangle ...…
 
Navajo Derrick Begay won the team roping round three of 10 at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada. The win earned him over $26,000 and moved him up to sixth in the World Standings in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. The 60th Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo continues through Saturday December 15th, 2018 when ...…
 
Oglala Lakota Bareback Bronc Rider, Shane O’Connell of South Dakota, picked up his first check ever as a rookie at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Cort Sheer, Saddle Bronc rider from Nebraska is winning the top gun award as he has won the first two rounds worth near $55,000 in 16 seconds. We have go round and world standings leaders after t ...…
 
Round one of the 60th annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo concluded Thursday, December 6, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The top 15 in each of the seven events and PRCA rodeo have qualified for this $10,000,000, 10 go-round event. We have results from round one and interviews with former champion saddle bronc rider Zeke Thurston from Canada and l ...…
 
Alaska’s below zero temperatures and severe weather requires attention to special winter gear. Parkas, gloves, hats, mukluks, snowshoes, and Inuit snow goggles are all unique and integral to the survival of several Alaska Native groups. They’re also an important cultural component. We’ll discuss the craft, beauty and practicality of the useful ...…
 
Wisconsin tribe starts campaign to fight opioid abuseNew Native enterprise focuses on economic developmentTransition to start at Minneapolis homeless encampment
 
Have you ever felt wicked because of what someone else did to you? Winnie knows what it's like. How about losing someone close to your heart? She's been there too. She was a broken woman. But she's different now.
 
Nobody can brag as cool as Aaron Yazzie's mom ... he has Mars Landing hardware on Mars! AWESOME!!! Shé:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers! The Native Show with nearly a million listeners worldwide! For over nine years, our award-winning Native themed online radio show has been delivering the hottest topics in Indian Country to your ...…
 
America's attempt to separate Native children from their families didn't end with boarding schools. In the decades after World War II, the U.S. government created the Indian Adoption Project, an effort designed to place Native kids with white parents. In this one-hour documentary, producer Melissa Olson explores the personal and historical impa ...…
 
“Indian Horse” tells the story of an Ojibway boy forced into a Canadian residential school in the late 1950s. Saul Indian Horse has a talent for hockey, which becomes his escape in the face of strict oppression and alienation from his culture. The film is difficult to watch because it depicts abuses residential school survivors suffered. But it ...…
 
Savannah’s Act moves ahead in CongressElizabeth Warren may be considering moves to improve her relationship with tribesA coalition of tribes and Native organizations unite to limit sale of sacred and cultural patrimony
 
When an Indigenous tribe on an island off the coast of India killed a missionary, it reignited a conversation about the appropriate practice of Christians working to expand their faith. Columbus’ arrival opened the door to European Christian missionaries in North America. Now many Native tribes and individuals adhere to a variety of Christian d ...…
 
Southeast Alaska tribes ask human rights commission to investigate Canadian miningAlbuquerque Public Schools superintendent apologizes as Native community speaks out
 
The Manage Our Wolves Act took a step forward in November when it passed the U.S. House of Representatives. If it becomes law, it would lift federal protections for gray wolves in the lower 48 states. That would enable states to make their own regulations concerning wolf hunting. The issue pits farmers and ranchers against wolf conservation gro ...…
 
Tribes and Native groups encouraged by pause in ICWA rulingAlaska starts process to give back land to Gulkana VillageHopi Tribe contends wastewater use harms sacred site
 
A school district severs ties with an embattled teacherA trial continues against an Omaha officer in the death of a Lakota manLogistical concerns versus the letter of the law in a Muscogee U.S. Supreme Court case
 
Throbbing pain, nausea, and sensitivity to light and sound. Those are some of the symptoms of migraines listed by the Mayo Clinic. Those who suffer migraines know they can be debilitating and last for several hours. The National Center for Health Statistics says one out of every seven people in the United States experience migraines at least on ...…
 
Well...what can we say, there was a whole lot of things to talk about on this episode. The new map, MNO on probation, lack of support for UNDRIP, lost injunctions, more than one Métis Nation, and so much more. Follow us Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @metispodcast To support the show Patreon: www.patreon.com/JigIsUp…
 
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation tribal continues to face criticism from free press advocates. The council revoked a 2015 law protecting the tribally-owned Mvskoke Media from editorial control by tribal leaders. Mvskoke Media includes a newspaper and radio and TV broadcasts. The Native American Journalists Association condemns the law calling it “go ...…
 
Damage assessment continues in Anchorage following Friday’s earthquakeTribe loses claim in Arizona’s high court against ski resort’s snowmakingParts of Plains including tribal lands blasted with winter weatherFirst Nation and Inuit people can apply for Sixties Scoop settlement
 
One day Richard's brother told him that he was ready to meet the Lord. Richard wondered how this could be. He wanted to be sure that he was ready too. But his brother didn't tell him how to be ready. Listen as Richard tells of his quest to be ready to meet his maker.
 
Nine Year Anniversary Native Trailblazers Show (Special tribute to the tragic earthquake that took place in Alaska) Shé:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers! The Native Show with nearly a million listeners worldwide! For over NINE years, our award-winning Native themed online radio show has been delivering the hottest topics in Indian ...…
 
A New Mexico high school teacher was suspended after she cut a Native student’s hair and made an insensitive comment as part of a “Halloween stunt”. International human rights organizations are weighing in on allegations of modern day forced sterilizations for First Nations women. We’ll check in on these issues and others that come from Native ...…
 
Indigenous leaders and Canadian officials discuss child welfare legislationNavajo Nation closes Monument Valley after group films without permitMinnesota governor-elect to hold listening session on Red Lake Nation
 
Native community calls for firing of Albuquerque high school teacherVeterans Affairs Secretary visits the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma
 
A new analysis finds more than 500 cases of missing or murdered women and girls in the United States since 1943. The authors of the study from the Urban Indian Health Institute say that is likely far lower than the real number. They point to poor record-keeping, bad information- sharing between local and tribal law enforcement agencies, and ins ...…
 
The news about the fires in California keeps getting worse. The state’s governor says the increased frequency and growing intensity of wildfires ‘are the new abnormal.’ The human, environmental and economic costs keep rising. And California isn’t alone. Are there answers for slowing the troubling trend? We’ll talk with tribal forest managers ab ...…
 
U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments involving Indian landBills involving tribes head to President Trump for signatureGroup urges Albuquerque schools to protect Native studentsNavajo Nation to drop voting claim and work with Arizona
 
We discuss the latest headlines in the Métis world. A "national" annual general assembly complete with a non Métis self proclaimed expert in Métis identity, an investigation into abuse by a for profit foster company in Manitoba, more failure of the federal government to live up to it's obligations, and finally a fantastic piece of news from the ...…
 
The “Sea of Grass” is a fictional account of real people and events. Walter Echo-Hawk (Pawnee) tells the history of the Pawnee Nation through the voices of ten generations of the Echo-Hawk family. It’s an account of the spirit, heroism and family connections as well as the wars, diseases, and broken treaties that all shaped the tribe’s fortunes ...…
 
Yukon First Nation leader says pilot project has improved public safetyTransCanada to ask federal court to allow work on Keystone XL pipelineTrial to begin for former Omaha officer involved in death of Native man
 
Bison were hunted almost to extinction in the 1800s, then cattle ranches displaced nearly all of what was left. Now, tribes are among those working to restore bison herds with a genetic connection to the original wild, roaming herds. There are both cultural and economic benefits. But raising healthy animals with pure genetic ties takes skill, s ...…
 
Whitefish First Nation raises concerns at Trans Mountain expansion hearingSiletz Tribe and Native groups seek to increase affordable housing in PortlandNavajo Nation voting rights lawsuit alleges unequal access to voting in Arizona
 
Alcohol really took a toll on his family, but for Ralph, it never took hold of him. What is it that made him different? Was it fate? Was it the choices that he made? Listen in as Ralph shares the rest of his story.
 
Native Opinion Episode 150 HE IS NOT YOUR ALLY. How To Reach Our Show: E-Mail: hosts@nativeopinion.com Twitter: @nativeopinion Facebook: facebook.com/nativeopinionpodcast/ Our Website: nativeopinion.com Our Youtube Channel: https://www.Youtube.com/c/NativeOpinion _______________________________________________________ CALL OUR SHOW! Click or Ta ...…
 
Native art is often pegged as creations that depict pre-1900s Native symbols and imagery. But modern Native artists are also drawing from their traditions in ways that invite audiences to see Native people in a new way, whether it’s a neon-lighted buffalo skull or an exploration of creation stories through classical music. We’ll talk with artis ...…
 
Pueblo governors continue to urge for permanent protection of Greater Chaco LandscapeAlaska Native artist raises awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls
 
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