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Daily, five-minute newscast featuring the latest headlines and breaking news from Native and Indigenous communities anchored by Antonia Gonzales (Navajo) with reporters and storytellers from around the globe.
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Here Before, Hear Now with Colton Shone is an exciting new endeavor for the Good Morning Arizona anchor. With the perspective of his Navajo background, Colton wants to bring conversations surrounding Indian Country to everyone. From entertainers to journalists and leaders to entrepreneurs, hear from people who bring an indigenous perspective.
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Since the beginning of time, human beings have told the story of their own beginning, and of the origins of the four directions, the heavens,the God-People, the earth, and all its creatures. The Navajo People tell a story of great psychological power and depth.First recorded by 19th century ethnographers, the Navajo Creation story is here interpreted as an epic-length poem.Jabez L. Van Cleef has written poetic versions of spiritual texts from all of the world's great religious traditions. Hi ...
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5-4

Prologue Projects

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5-4 is a podcast about how much the Supreme Court sucks. It's a progressive and occasionally profane take on the ideological battles at the heart of the Court's most important landmark cases; an irreverent tour of all the ways in which the law is shaped by politics. Subscribe to our access our premium episodes & much more at fivefourpod.com/support Listen each week as hosts Peter, Michael, and Rhiannon dismantle the Justices’ legal reasoning on hot-button issues like affirmative action, gun ...
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Jinii Teaparty Podcast

Jinii Teaparty Podcast

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Just three Navajo women having a tea party. Talking about a variety of different topics ranging from spooky/paranormal to true crime, Indigenous issues/aspects. Come join our tea party! Story submissions here: jteapartypod@gmail.com
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The Book of Mormon, a scripture of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, describes two peoples: Lamanites and Nephites. After a last great battle, the Nephites were destroyed from the face of the earth. The remnants of the Lamanites are among the ancestors of today’s North American Native Americans. Andrea Hales (Navajo), the host of Tribe of Testimonies, interviews faithful Native American Latter-day Saints of tribes across the U.S. and Canada to learn how the Gospel of Jesus Chr ...
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Explore the rich history of our past through the lens of our military institutions. From the settlement of North America to the present, this podcast encompasses traditional military history and goes the extra step to address the evolution of ideas and institutions. Join us!
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The Navajo are a matrilineal society, meaning women own the land and pass it down to their daughters. When Navajos introduce themselves, they will name their maternal clan first. The stories told in cultural ceremonies revere women. But today rape and domestic violence rates surge. There are few female council delegates, and the Navajos have yet to elect a woman president. So what happened? That’s what we set out to answer in this series. We’ll learn about the many attempts to eradicate the ...
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Indigenae Podcast

Indigenae Podcast

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Indigenae is a community-guided podcast that celebrates Indigenous womxn's health and wellbeing, brought to you by the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health. Join hosts Sarah Stern (Cherokee Nation), Olivia Trujillo (Navajo Nation), Dr. Sophie Neuner Weinstein (Karuk Tribe), and their guests on a journey through Indigenous womanhood.
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Welcome to Wósdéé podcast. My name is Majerle Lister. This podcast will be focused on discussions I believe are important to Diné people. I can say for certain that there will be a plethora of topics discussed ranging from politics to comic books. My goal is to discuss and navigate the current topics on and off the Navajo Nation. The name of the podcast comes from the Navajo translation of “come in”. Growing up with my grandparents, I remember clearly the routine of visitors knocking on the ...
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2 Rez Boyz, 1 War Pony

Another 4th World Productions

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Hey! Ya’eh’teh! Welcome to the “2 Rez boys, 1 war pony” Podcast show Join your hosts Anthony Bunny and Mike Bidtah As they attempt to catch their War pony and gather knowledge of our beloved homeland right here in the Navajo reservation. A place where many things happen on a daily and have great stories. They will share news, stories, and uplift the spirits with great life experiences of living on and off the Rez! All while sharing the laughter! Now let’s catch this pony! Email: 2rezboyz@gma ...
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Cruising Through History

Kenosha Public Library

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Join us for Cruising Through History where we will explore the highways and byways of historical events both little known and well known to our listeners. Have questions or suggestions? Contact us at historycruise@mykpl.info
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DCOMedy

DCOMedy Podcast

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Join siblings Luke and Emma, and maybe the occasional guest, as they undertake a quest together to take deep dives into every single Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM). Come along with us for one episode a month, plus some bonus episodes here and there, as we bear witness to the kind of chaos that probably has ol' Walt rolling in his grave.Since we are only releasing one a month, follow us on Twitter @DCOMedyPodcast so you'll know when the next episode is up!
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Noah Daniels, JJ Krehbiel, and Cat Clark infuse humor and horror as they interview guests who share stories of their firsthand encounters with ghosts and other supernatural experiences. If you would like to share your ghost story or supernatural experience, email the podcast at RealHauntingsPodcast@gmail.com.
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KZMU News features grassroots, independent journalism broadcast from the heart of Moab, Utah. A daily newscast with reliable coverage, local voices, and reporting that empowers community.
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The Storyteller

Without Reservation

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The Storyteller is a 15-minute weekly radio broadcast and podcast featuring true stories from Native American - 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 can be heard ...
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Explore topics related to transformational community leadership including economic development, non-profit engagement, organizational management, and policy development. It's a candid conversation with veterans of the economic development profession along with inspiring interviews of today's thought leaders.
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Body Justice

Allyson Ford, MA, LPCC

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Hi! I'm Allyson, a licensed therapist specializing in eating disorders, OCD and anxiety. My mission is to create a world where all bodies can thrive by promoting messages of body justice, recovery skills and mental health tips from the perspective of an ED/OCD therapist, survivor and activist. Social justice is an integral part of my work. I identify as a mixed race woman and I believe that all parts of our identity (race, gender, abilities, size, sexual orientation, etc) impact how we perce ...
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This feed is Light Reading's main podcast feed for "The Light Reading Podcast," "The Divide," "The Light Reading Extra," and "What's the Story?" Light Reading provides daily news, analysis and insight for the global communications networking and services industry. The publication was founded in 2000 and, since July 2016, has been a part of Informa Tech, a division of Informa PLC. We're part of a big team providing specialist research, media, events and training for businesses and professiona ...
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Breaking Green

Global Justice Ecology Project / Host Steve Taylor

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Produced by Global Justice Ecology Project, Breaking Green is a podcast that talks with activists and experts to examine the intertwined issues of social, ecological and economic injustice. Breaking Green also explores some of the more outrageous proposals to address climate and environmental crises that are falsely being sold as green. But we can't do it without you! We accept no corporate sponsors, and rely on people like you to make Breaking Green possible. If you'd like to donate, text G ...
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See the art world through my eyes as an art dealer with thirty years in the business. Interviews of unique and interesting individuals that collect, deal and find art as compelling as I do. Learn the pitfalls of the art world and the interesting cast of characters that are a constant thread of entertaining commentary. Pull up a chair with me, Mark Sublette and the Art Dealer Diaries.
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Western Old Time Radio

Radio Nostalgia Network

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Old Time Radio Network Western Stories, riding into the wild west of gunfighters, tales of cattle drives, and Sheriffs. Ah!, those tales of rough and rowdy adventures of those hero's of the wild west. Travel to the wild west with the imagination of your m
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EcoJustice Radio presents environmental and climate stories from a social justice frame, featuring voices not necessarily heard on mainstream media. Our purpose is to amplify community voices, broaden the reach of grassroots-based movements, and inspire action. We investigate solutions for social, environmental, and climate issues with an eye to advance human health, steward wild landscapes, and solve the climate crisis across the USA and the world. Featured weekly on KPFK Los Angeles and KP ...
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Writing Westward features conversations with writers and scholars of the North American West. Hosted by Brenden W. Rensink, it is a production of the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University. The Redd Center is an interdisciplinary research center committed to increasing knowledge and understanding of the American West. Dr. Brenden W. Rensink is Associate Director of the Redd Center, an Associate Professor of History at BYU, General Editor of the Intermountain Hist ...
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Find Your Film

Greg Srisavasdi, Eric Holmes, and Bruce Purkey

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Film and TV interviews conducted by Greg Srisavasdi, Eric Holmes, and Bruce Purkey. We also do Physical Media reviews and our main goal is to give listeners a treasure trove of movie recommendations! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Now you can take a longer, more leisurely trip through the American Countryside with our long-form podcast. Andrew McCrea brings you some of the most interesting stories you’ve never heard about the people, places, and events that have shaped America.
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Our podcast is your one-stop destination for a ringside seat to the most exciting wrestling action on the planet. We bring you exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes stories, and insider insights from the incredible roster of wrestlers and Luchadores who make up the dynamic international wrestling industry. 🌎 From the Lucha Voz Universe to the World 🌍 While we're deeply rooted in the heart of Lucha Voz, we cast our spotlight far and wide, exploring the happenings, feuds, and epic showdowns ...
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We're a podcast that dives into the lore and sightings of our favorite creepy cryptids. Mothman, Bigfoot, UFO's? They're in the CLUB! Join the Cryptid Coffee Club while I, your host- Shansquatch, info dump about our favorite dudes, while making cool, cozy coffees and beverages. Hop in the bus, let's go explore! Support the podcast at: https://ko-fi.com/cryptidcoffeeclub
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Roots and Stems

Sealaska Heritage

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Roots and Stems, an Indigenous language podcast, explores ways to support and join language revitalization efforts. Hosted by Sealaska Heritage, an Alaska Native nonprofit organization, the podcast features interviews with those in the field sharing their experiences in language learning and community.
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First, But Last?

Wyoming Humanities | thinkWY

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First, but Last? introduces you to the creative, intrepid and influential women all across the state of Wyoming asking them about wisdom, work and adventure in the “equality” state. This special series celebrates Wyoming as the first state to give women the right to vote! ThinkWY | Wyoming Humanities podcasts are created to capture the stories in and outside of Wyoming to share ideas, perspectives, and insights about the human experience.
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We sat down with James Skeet, Executive Director of Covenant Pathways on his Spirit Farm in New Mexico. Along with our host Carry Kim and a group of fifteen people from Los Angeles, we visited Spirit Farm near Gallup, New Mexico in May of 2024. It was an amazing education in the Navajo-Diné World where we connected with the land, our hosts, and eac…
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One of our all-time favorite guest, Darricksen, shared with the gang the relationship of being a Navajo and the supernatural and what it was like attending an insanely haunted boarding school! Noah, JJ, and Cat interview Darricksen about the supernatural perspective of someone who is a Navajo and what it was like attending a super haunted boarding …
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Brett Kavanaugh might have had a better shot at writing a reasonable decision if Arizona v. Navajo Nation revolved around beer rights instead of water rights, but instead the associate justice barfed up a garbled opinion about property rights. Did you know that our Premium subscribers got first dibs on our live show tickets? One of those shows is a…
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When she was a young lady, Lucille found the Gospel of Jesus Christ. She has been on fire with that testimony ever since! Even when she was called to serve a full-time proselyting mission right in her backyard! Her description of how she became and has remained a translator for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is so fun. I'm so glad …
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This week: Officials from Navajo County, Arizona, and eX² Technology, on solving the region's digital divide with an open access, middle mile fiber network, and how middle mile capacity will help the county succeed with BEAD. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On this Friday Rewind, we jump back to the time Noah and Seffany Strange interviewed Julie about one of the most intense driving paranormal stories they had ever heard! Noah, and guest host Steffany Strange of Buzzfeed interview Julie about what it's like to grow up in Malta, and experience one of the most terrifying paranormal encounters we have h…
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Supporters of Leonard Peltier calling for his release spent the parole hearing outlining his re-entry plan and what his release would mean for Indian country. As South Dakota Public Broadcasting’s Lee Strubinger reports, the parole board is expected to decide by early July. Nick Tilsen is the president and CEO of NDN Collective. He was one of two w…
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As voter registration numbers decline in Native communities, the national Democratic Party is investing 70,000 into South Dakota to increase participation. But some say the amount may not be enough to make a huge difference. South Dakota Public Broadcasting’s Lee Strubinger has more. The 70,000 to the state is part of a $2 million investment by the…
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Had a nice talk with artist Bob Coronato today, and it went on for a long time. We went over two hours so it's a two parter for sure. Bob's lived an interesting, unique life. He's been in Wyoming for most of his life at this point, but he actually grew up in New Jersey. In part two, we hear the story of Bob and a very special portrait of Russell Me…
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Native leaders and Leonard Peltier’s attorney say they’re continuing to advocate for his release from prison and plan to increase awareness efforts of their calls for freedom ahead of a possible July 11 parole board decision. Peltier had a parole hearing on Monday. The 79-year-old has spent most of his life in prison. He was convicted in the 1975 k…
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Today we say goodbye to Molly Marcello who founded KZMU News in 2018. We reflect on the highlights of Molly's reporting and her accomplishments as News Director over the past six years. It's not goodbye for good, though. Molly will continue to work for KZMU developing a podcast about search and rescue. Emily Arntsen will take over as News Director.…
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Many are calling for the release of 79-year-old Leonard Peltier from federal prison. Peltier, who had a parole hearing Monday, has spent most of his life in federal prison. His attorney says his health is failing. As South Dakota Public Broadcasting’s Lee Strubinger reports, some say Peltier’s incarceration stands in the way of reconciliation Pelti…
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Harvard invited us back (so that's on them) to talk about the speciousness of originalism, inclusive constitutionalism, and how to get serious about court reform. Featuring Balls and Strikes' Madiba Dennie, author of The Originalism Trap: How Extremists Stole the Constitution and How We the People Can Take It Back (out now!) and Ryan Doerfler of Ha…
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This episode was recorded two weeks before Blaine was baptized and now uploaded after his baptism! I'm so happy for him!!! I wish I could have been there to witness his special day and to hug him! (Gee whiz, I'm using a lot of exclamation marks!) Things I particularly loved about this conversation include his honesty about how things are with his f…
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In this episode, we explore the controversial topic of carbon capture and storage (CCS) with insights from various experts and activists. We begin with excerpts from Taylor Brobrey’s keynote at the 2024 Bioneers Conference, where he shares his personal experiences growing up in North Dakota amidst the coal and oil industries. Next, we hear from cli…
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Today on the Regional Roundup, we hear a two way interview with KZMU's Emily Arntsen about a three-part series on a cold case in Moab that may soon be solved. We also hear a two way with the Executive Director of the Earth Law Center in Durango, which works with Indigenous partners in the U.S. to enforce the rights of nature. We finish up with an i…
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Antonia Gonzales and National Native News present highlights of the 2024 Native Youth Olympic (NYO) Games in Anchorage, Alaska. Athletes, coaches, and spectators brought the energy and personality to the games held this spring. The traditional games, which were originally depended on for survival, continue to develop the strength and skill of gener…
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Native leaders are urging for the release of Leonard Peltier as his parole hearing is scheduled for Monday. Peltier, who’s spent nearly 50 years in prison, is said to be in deteriorating health. He was convicted in the 1975 killings of two FBI agents on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota. He has long maintained his innocence. (Photo: Gary S…
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Noah interviews Erica (@paperhandz) about the time a child ghost haunted her room and shower of her apartment. Erica really delivers in this episode full of haunted goodness! You can reach out to Erica on instagram @paperhandz Make sure to check out our new website www.RealHauntingsPodcast.com You can visit our patreon at patreon.com/RealHauntings …
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In this episode of "The Wisdom Path of the Jaguar and the Deer," Marita One Who Catches Lightning and Angell Deer delve into the profound topic of animals as wisdom keepers. The discussion centers on the invaluable lessons humans can learn by connecting deeply with the animal kingdom. From the smallest insects to the largest predators, Marita and A…
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On the Weekly News Reel today, we talk to Doug McMurdo, editor of the Times-Independent, about construction at the Kane Creek housing development, which was stalled briefly after the state cut off access to a well developers were using illegally. We also discuss Moab’s new title as a Dark Sky Community and what that will mean for businesses moving …
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Tribal leaders and U.S. lawmakers say the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision Thursday is a victory for Tribal Nations. The court ruled that the federal government must reimburse the San Carlos Apache Tribe and the Northern Arapaho Tribe millions of dollars for administrative costs tied to years of tribal-run federal health care services. In a statement,…
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In this reverse interview, my friend and colleague Alishia McCullough interviews me on the healing power of plant medicine, ketamine and the potential impact on Eating Disorders. We get real with our own experiences and share our thoughts on how to be in right relationship with Indigenous communities when partaking in these sacred medicines. We don…
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Chelsea Curtis is a Navajo journalist currently working for AZ Luminaria. She is currently focusing her reporting on the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Two-Spirit and Transgender People crisis through a new grant. Chelsea is currently building a database of these cases and profiling victims, their families and advocates. She hopes da…
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Some day, the Sokaogon Chippewa Community in Wisconsin hopes to have a full list of all Tribal children forcibly taken to Indian boarding schools in the 19th and 20th centuries. Compiling that list – and providing answers for current Tribal members – could take years. But it is now at least started, as Ben Meyer reports for WXPR. As part of an atte…
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Today we hear from our partners at KUER about one Utah town’s solution to the housing crisis. We also hear from KSUT about Colorado’s new Seal of Climate Literacy designation for high school students. Plus, we hear from KUNC about an upcoming Colorado River conference during which key negotiators will make a plan about the waterway’s future. We als…
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The SSIA's Zachary Smith explains hardware interoperability, sustainability and energy use challenges within data centers. He also discusses interest in expanding the use of liquid cooling in data centers and the challenges to deploying that technology. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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A new clinic has recently opened on the Grand Ronde reservation in eastern Oregon to address gaps in care for tribal members. Eric Tegethoff has more. The Cheryle A. Kennedy Public Health Clinic expands the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde’s health system and will provide a range of benefits, including preventative services like vaccinations, den…
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In this episode, Dennis is joined by Mike Neal - President and CEO of the Tulsa Regional Chamber. Mike presents a master class on how to build and lead a dynamic team of professionals and how to utilize strategic partnerships to build a world-class organization. Mike Neal is in his 18th year as president and chief executive officer of the Tulsa Reg…
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