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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).
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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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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This month we welcome Swinomish & Iñupiat musician Katherine Paul into our monthly celebration of music. Her musical venture is called Black Belt Eagle Scout and her newest album is titled “Mother of My Children.” As a teenager she taught herself to play the guitar and things rocketed from there. She says she plays music to process feelings and ...…
 
Group of Alaska tribes say review of Pebble Mine project is inadequateTribes and environmentalists prepare for Keystone XL project hearing
 
What can you believe online? The confrontation last month between Omaha elder Nathan Phillips and a crowd of rowdy Catholic high school boys was hard enough to interpret from mainstream news reports. It was made even harder by fake social media posts, including an inflammatory note claiming to be from the mother of one of the students. The fals ...…
 
Native group encourages Congress to rescind Wounded Knee medalsMaori delegate talks about relationship with Alaska Native people
 
We drill into the new head start mortgage program rolled out this past week by the MMF, the funding gap between Indigenous and non Indigenous language programs, and we also chat a bit about people moving to new organizations to better represent them. If you want to show support for independent Métis media head over to Patreon: www.patreon.com/J ...…
 
Numerous studies spanning decades show that music education can help students in other areas of their education, such as reading, vocabulary and even standardized tests. A number of organizations and Native musicians are working to expose more Native students to music education and even get musical instruments into classrooms. We’ll hear about ...…
 
Judge loosens pre-construction restrictions on Keystone XL projectMinnesota tribes gathered at State Capitol for Sovereignty DayReno event addresses missing and murdered Indigenous women
 
A decade before Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery, Ala. bus, Elizabeth Peratrovich and her husband were demanding equal rights for Alaska Natives. At the time Alaska Natives were lawfully excluded from theaters, hotels, restaurants and neighborhoods. Peratrovich made a famous speech in a territorial Senate hearing that spur ...…
 
South Dakota Senate passes bill directing law enforcement to collect data on missing and murdered indigenous peopleFirst Nation chief in northern Ontario declares a state of emergency because of toxic mold in homes
 
"Any Native American can tell you that when things go bump in the night there's a reason things go bump in the night... and you can't sleep cause your fearful of what's out there, what's in the dark". Listen to Larry Edd share his journey of how he came to find hope and lasting peace through Jesus.
 
Native Opinion Episode 161 MAYBE THE TIME HAS COME. 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! ...…
 
Fireside Chat - Racism and other topics of interest 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 desktop, mobile or other listening devices! Lis ...…
 
It starts with acknowledging the Indigenous people on whose traditional land the institution exists. But making college a welcome place also includes the right training for faculty and staff and offering courses that include context from a Native perspective. Those are among the recommendations listed in a new report by the American Indian Coll ...…
 
The new governor of Minnesota agreesto continue an appeal of the controversial Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline projectNorthern Cheyenne tribal members march to push lawmakers for more action on murdered and missing indigenous womenAnd the longtime Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa chairman is being remembered for his dedication to triba ...…
 
Heart attack survivors are often prescribed medications, sent to rehabilitation and urged to adopt healthier lifestyle and diet habits. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds Native Americans are more likely to be obese, smoke tobacco, and have high blood pressure and diabetes compared to other populations. Those are all risk fact ...…
 
Some Native leaders are pushing back against a report clearing Catholic high schools students of wrongdoing at a rally in Washington, D.C.An Alaska tribe is taking steps to create its own tribal court system
 
There’s a lot of focus on preventing violence associated with teen dating. It’s an important message for Native Americans wanting to fight the disproportionate rate of violence among young people. February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month, and we’re going to approach the issue from the standpoint of what contributes to a healthy relation ...…
 
South Dakota lawmakers are creating guidelines for investigating cases of missing and murdered Indigenous womenThe South Dakota legislature is poised to codify the state’s first official Indigenous languageAnd the governing body of US Lacrosse is taking a stand against the use of Native American mascots or logos…
 
Very different reactions from the three Indigenous organizations regarding the Indigenous Languages Act, a reaction to the resignation of Jody Wilson-Raybould. If you want to show support for independent Métis media head over to Patreon: www.patreon.com/JigIsUp Follow us on social media Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @metispodcastYouTube: Kee ...…
 
Former Indian Health Service pediatrician, Stanley Patrick Weber, was convicted of sexually abusing children at the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana. He is also awaiting trial for sexually abusing children on the Pine Ridge Reservation in North Dakota. The PBS documentary program Frontline documents the abuse and uncovers how Weber was a ...…
 
South Dakota state lawmakers kill bill involving child sex crimesIndigenous Peoples Day bill advances in Montana legislature
 
National Congress of American Indians President Jefferson Keel delivers the State of Indian Nations address at the start of the NCAI Executive Council Winter Session. The address comes as Indian Country is watching a number of issues, including continued tribal economic development, threats to the Indian Child Welfare Act, concerns over pipelin ...…
 
Tribal leader and Congresswoman layout Indian Country prioritiesFort Belknap tribal leader delivers speech at Montana legislature
 
Before the European colonists came to the continent now known as America, the Sioux in the plains region had a well established governmental structure. Some even believe that highly organized Native governments such as these were the model the founding fathers looked to when creating what is today the United States government, with separation o ...…
 
Native Opinion Episode 160 WHEN DOES THE SHOE DROP? 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 ...…
 
A number of states are working on legislation that affects Native residents. New Mexico is considering a bill to help Native public school students succeed by requiring a needs assessment. It’s proposed by Representative Derrick Lente (Isleta/Sandia Pueblo). Montana and Oklahoma are among the states discussing permanently setting aside a day to ...…
 
Frank White is a Space Philosopher, author, and Instructor at the Harvard Extension School. He published the first edition of The Overview Effect in 1987 and I read it about a decade ago. Years later, a short documentary was created, called Overview, to articulate the essence of the book. A few years later they created a full documentary, calle ...…
 
Oregon tribes recognized for forest management practicesExhibit in Alaska showcases early photos of Tlingit peopleMissing Native American women bill advances in NebraskaLawmakers consider Indigenous Peoples Day bill in Kansas
 
A nurse at a Phoenix facility faces rape charges for impregnating a resident. The woman, an incapacitated San Carlos Apache tribal member, surprised the staff at the skilled nursing facility when she gave birth. A DNA investigation links the child to the accused nurse. It’s a troubling incident that triggers fears by those who have elders or ot ...…
 
Canadian government introduces law to protect Indigenous languagesWashington state Senators approve Native American voting legislationNorthern Plains warned of more life-threatening cold weather forecast
 
Canada’s new food guide has some interesting changes: it doesn’t include serving sizes, it pushes a plant-based diet and it acknowledges traditional food and food insecurity. Canadian health officials are working with Indigenous representatives to develop guidelines that take them into account. Food guides, like the USDA’s MyPlate aim to promot ...…
 
Two Native Republicans in Congress praise President Donald Trump's State of the Union address; the two Democrats find faultMassachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is apologizing for confusing the issue of tribal sovereignty and citizenship
 
Liberals have promised billions of dollars for infrastructure and yet only a fraction of it is actually accounted for. How does that predict the future of all the money promised Métis people? Another U of M faculty member quits due to the systemic racism towards Indigenous students with no changes in sight. Colonial education systems and the de ...…
 
The Washington State Legislature is considering a Native American Voting Rights Act. Among other things it would ensure tribal IDs are valid at polling places. It also allows for alternative methods to listing physical addresses. The bill comes following concern about barriers to voting during the midterm elections in places like North Dakota w ...…
 
I’ve been writing notes down about this concept for a while. And I’ve been excited to share it with you. It feels like it’s largely the exposé of my full ethos on life. After writing it out and then reviewing it, I realize the weight of what I’ve articulated here. I know this is a pretty heady title. I was actually going to title this, Falling ...…
 
Native leaders are invited as guests to the president’s State of the Union addressKey lawmakers are speaking out against the choice for Interior Department secretaryNavajo Nation’s president calls a Utah agreement a model for child welfare
 
Native Opinion Episode 159 Why Do We Put Up With This? 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! Cli ...…
 
A number of scientific studies link unrealistic beauty standards and low self-esteem. Research in the past year from a Florida mental health and treatment facility adds social media to the influences that might encourage poor body image among women. Louise BigEagle (Nakota and Cree) tells the CBC she was once told that she’s “too pretty” to be ...…
 
Shoshone people plan to build center to tell their historyAmerican Indian Day held at New Mexico LegislatureNavajo professional golfer wins Phoenix Open
 
Vince was kicked out of his home at the age of 11 because he stood in the way of his father abusing his mother. He quickly learned how to live on the streets of Chicago. Trouble was something he was very familiar with. His life was careening out of control and he was headed for disaster when God came into his life and changed everything.…
 
When Chance Rush (Hidatsa/Dakota/Arapaho) speaks to a crowd, they listen. He captivates audiences with personal stories, humor, and advice for success. He says his message is pretty simple: “use your personal talents to lead you to greatness.” On this hour we’ll talk with him about his upbringing, vision for Native America and passion for creat ...…
 
State lawmakers in Montana consider establishing Indigenous Peoples DayState lawmakers in Nebraska consider bill on missing Native American womenNative women advocates say no royalty money has been received from “Wind River”
 
A new four-part TV series airing on PBS explores topics like Indigenous food systems, renewable energy and subsistence hunting. At the same time, “Growing Native” takes viewers on a tour of traditional and contemporary Native culture. We’ll talk with the series creators about what the show is about and what it takes to bring engaging Native iss ...…
 
Hearing held on Montana bill on murdered and missing Native womenU.S. lawmakers introduce Native American language preservation billCongressional Native American Caucus establishes its leadership
 
Navajo weaving traditions are rich in culture and creativity. Generations of weavers have gifted their knowledge to their loved ones. Our January Book of the Month, “Spider Woman’s Children: Navajo Weavers Today” by Lynda Teller Pete (Diné/Navajo) and Barbara Teller Ornelas (Diné/Navajo) includes several profiles of today’s Navajo weavers. They ...…
 
Agreement signed for veteran center on Umatilla reservationNorthern Plains hit with dangerous cold temperaturesJudge rules Navajo commissioner does indeed live in Utah
 
With 16 months and hundreds of thousands of dollars spent the government brings the full force of the law at an Indigenous man selling $90 worth of fish. And the Liberal government is making on-reserve education better by spreading the current funding around better! If you want to show support for independent Métis media head over to Patreon: w ...…
 
Dozens of tribes are suing pharmaceutical companies and distributors over the opioid abuse epidemic. Overdose deaths have been steadily increasing over the past few years, although there is some evidence the numbers are leveling off. For American Indian and Alaska Natives, the rate of opioid overdose deaths remain slightly above the national av ...…
 
Border issues examined at Tribal Border Alliance meetingSioux Falls school may be named after Lakota politicianMissing and murdered Native women bill reintroduced
 
The first days and weeks as a new parent are an exciting time. But they can also be filled with anxious worry about making the best choices. Several programs in Native America send parenting experts into homes with new babies. From when to feed an infant to how much sleep parents should expect to get, the questions tribal in-home visitation spe ...…
 
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