Best Ojibwe podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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IndianCountryTV
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IndianCountryTV.com is located on the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Reservation at Reserve, Wisconsin.
 
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Ojibwe
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Ojibwe Language Videos for Children, Parents, Teachers and lessons coming soon
 
Stories and voices of the people of northern Minnesota. From Phenology to books - state politics to arts - youth and women. We are community radio in northern Minnesota - an independent NPR affiliate.
 
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Ojibwe Bible
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The Ojibwe Audio Drama New Testament (CBS) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible with approximately 180 different characters and a digitally recorded sound track with full sound effects. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the New ...
 
Ojibwe Language by the Elders - Leonard Moose - Mary Moose
 
Giishpin Daa-agindaasoyan a'aw Gaawiin gidaabizindanzii.The Podcasts will be introductory Ojibwe Phrases, and Word Lists, as well as rambling and ranting from Show Host Wetootwaag.
 
Boozhoo all.I'm Wetootwaag. My show is mainly Bagpiping by myself, and some others popping by now and again.
 
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Hollywood NDNz
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Hollywood NDNz is a weekly podcast that explores the trials and tribulations of the entertainment industry through the perspective of Native American entertainment professionals. The podcast is hosted by Rainy Fields (Muscogee (Creek)/Cherokee), Tim Ramos (Pomo), and Jim Ruel (Ojibwe).
 
RezStyle is a Native American Talk show hosted by Kimberlie Acosta from www.IndianCountryTV.com on the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Reservation at Reserve, Wisconsin. This episode of RezStyle is brought to you in part by NIGA, the National Indian Gaming Association.
 
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Today on the Monday Morning Show we learned from our intrepid puppet friends Nana Boozhoo and Natasha The Serenity Prayer in Ojibwe . Take a listen! Our thanks to Michael Lyons for this production.By Heidi Holtan.
 
Program 79: A Breakthrough Causes a Buzz in the Paper Industry A radio series produced by historian Don Boese. Don is the author of eight books dealing with local history in Itasca County, including "John C. Greenway and the Opening of the Western Mesabi", and the main source for this series, "Papermakers: the Blandin Paper Company and Grand Ra ...…
 
Here's the question: Who is responsible for clean water? The government? the DNR? Corporations? People who own lakeshore? Or is it all of us? It's a big question. Laura Connelly joined us this morning to talk about water quality and community input. Itasca Waters is conducting a county-wide process to generate community-driven solutions. Take t ...…
 
This week Scott Hall talked with Marshall Helmberger - publisher and editor of the Timberjay Newspaper about the latest concerning Frontier Communications and the Commerce Department agreement, the latest on the new facility for Lamppa Manufacturing and more news from NE MN.By hholtan@kaxe.org (Heidi Holtan).
 
Rachelle Randle joined us this morning to tell us about a play that she has written with her productions company Moonlit Magic Productions. It's called Alice in Her Wonderland . Auditions are at the Reif Center August 24-25th from 4-8pm.By Heidi Holtan.
 
Progtam 78: Problems With The Coater A radio series produced by historian Don Boese. Don is the author of eight books dealing with local history in Itasca County, including "John C. Greenway and the Opening of the Western Mesabi", and the main source for this series, "Papermakers: the Blandin Paper Company and Grand Rapids, Minnesota". The seri ...…
 
Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Sarah Wilson from Bemidji shared her anticipated breakfast of English muffins with peanut butter and jam (no butter!) while already enjoying her pour over coffee. Hear the whole conversation by clicking be ...…
 
This week's stories: First Nations women to be treated equal under the Indian Act for the first time; Phone app showcases Indigenous history in Washington DC; Joy Harjo releases 16th book of poetry; Salmon returned to upper Columbia River in Washington state; Cherokee Nation opens new museum.Native News Update with anchor Kimberlie Acosta from ...…
 
Today in our Strong Women series on KAXE/KBXE we met Ashley Hanson and Joy Dolo. They are in Grand Rapids this week learning about the town and working with local actors to put together a production at the Reif Center tonight, August 16th at 7pm. It's the fictionalized story of the ruby slippers getting stolen, and a whole lot more - community ...…
 
Today we learned from the Michael Lyons creator of Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo how to count to 10 in Ojibwe!By Heidi Holtan.
 
"I do a lot of mental snapshots. I'll look up, see something, go back down and paint it and try to capture them that way...it gets more expressive the faster I go, I find. And then I don't think as much. I just go with more of the feeling and try to get those brush strokes just as fast as I can on there...that's when cool things really happen." ...…
 
Today on Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo we learned how to say Happy Birthday in Ojibwe. Mino Dibishkaa.By Heidi Holtan.
 
TigerLion Arts , a professional theater group based in Minneapolis will bring Nature: A Walking Play to both Puposky and Ely this month. The production takes audiences on a walking adventure through the meadows of northern Minnesota while showcasing the friendship between transcendentalists Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. The exper ...…
 
Phenology is the biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each week we hear from listeners who have been paying attention to nature in our Talkback segment and John Latimer takes a close look at the blooms and changes happening while considering how the timing measures up to past years in his Phenology Report. This week John discu ...…
 
Program 77: In the 1950s, Myles Reif Leads the Search for a Paper Coating Process That Meets the Demand for High Quality, Magazine Grade Papers A radio series produced by historian Don Boese. Don is the author of eight books dealing with local history in Itasca County, including "John C. Greenway and the Opening of the Western Mesabi", and the ...…
 
Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Jim Katzenmaier shares his generic breakfast of a cereal with raisins and a banana and at least three cups of "plain old Jane" coffee while making sure to wave at oncoming cars. Hear the whole conversation ...…
 
This week's stories: The Health Care Access for Urban Native Veterans Act introduced in Congress; Rez ball docuseries “Basketball or Nothing” on Netflix; Native American Agriculture Fund announced first call for applications; Sherry Salway Black to receive the 2019 John W. Gardner Leadership Award, Yurok Tribe set to offer traditional canoe tou ...…
 
Program 76 A Small Paper Mill Strives to Innovate and Be An Industry Leader: Charles Blandin and C.K. Andrews in the 1950s A radio series produced by historian Don Boese. Don is the author of eight books dealing with local history in Itasca County, including "John C. Greenway and the Opening of the Western Mesabi", and the main source for this ...…
 
Sometimes all it takes is a lemonade stand. 10 year old Bovey resident Reagan Gleason and her sister and friends decided that the Bovey city park just wasn't cutting it. Not enough swings or monkey bars and no swing or equipement for people with disabilities. Their efforts exceeded their goal of $300 and the movement is growing - Reagan is hopi ...…
 
Deathtrap is a dark comedy coming to the Reif Center in Grand Rapids. Auditions are tonight, tomorrow night and Saturday morning… We spoke with director Steve Jaeger about the play, what he’s looking for in terms of actors (5 actors – 1 mature female, 1 female aged mid 20s-mid 50s, 1 younger male – early to mid 20s, and 2 mature males), what au ...…
 
"We're all about communication, compassion, and connection ... it's putting the value of the other individual and the relationship that we have with them at the center . It's more so about building community- building a sense of trust, honoring another person and their good intentions even when conflict may arise . I think of, even our daily in ...…
 
Program 75: Charles Blandin in His Later Years, pt. 2 A radio series produced by historian Don Boese. Don is the author of eight books dealing with local history in Itasca County, including "John C. Greenway and the Opening of the Western Mesabi", and the main source for this series, "Papermakers: the Blandin Paper Company and Grand Rapids, Min ...…
 
This week's stories: EPA approves airspeed predesignation for Kalispel Reservation; Drone being considered for delivery of tribal votes from Havasupai Reservation; ANA awards grants to preserve Native American languages; New digital library brings Indigenous voices into the classroom; Native women art exhibit set to tour top art institutions.Na ...…
 
This week's stories: Legislation to protect Native American seeds introduced; First tribal flag raised at the International Peace Garden; 14 tribes receive funding for energy infrastructure deployment projects; The U.S. Navy names a ship after the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe; N. Scott Momaday to receive the Richard C. Holbrooke Distinguished Achieve ...…
 
This week's stories: Beyoncé films part of latest video on the Havasupai reservation; Proposed changes coming to the protection of eagle feathers; Standing Rock opens solar farm; Eiteljorg Museum acquires Native American collection from the Great Lakes region; Leonardo DiCaprio encourages everyone to support the Waorani People who are fighting ...…
 
This week's stories: Tribes received funding for solar projects; Program aims to introduce Native American students to careers in dentistry; The Paddle to Lummi begins; Native Arts and Cultures Foundation announces awards for Native initiatives; First Nations basketball star is Nike N7’s newest ambassador.Native News Update with anchor Kimberli ...…
 
This week's stories: The all Native American bull riding team to be coached by Olympic bull riding gold medalist Ted Nuce; Diana Cournoyer named the new executive director of NIEA; Dr. Paulette Steeves named Canada research chair; Sundance Institute’s N. Bird Runningwater invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences; Supaman ...…
 
This week's stories: IHS and the Cherokee Nation launch a new HIV pilot project; Bernadine Burnette named president of the Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.; Crow elder, Grant Bulltail awarded a National Endowment of the Arts National Heritage Fellowship; Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians recognized for leadership in healthcare; Nike release ...…
 
This week's stories: U.S. Navy names newest rescue ship “Cherokee Nation;” Google Doogle and museum exhibit honor the history of the ‘Jingle Dress;’ The Native American Fish and Wildlife Society partners with the National Wildlife Federation to protect wildlife corridors; The Tulip Tribes dispatching beavers in hopes to bring back the salmon; S ...…
 
This week's stories: Netflix partners with Indigenous groups in Canada; 2020 U.S. Census launch efforts to ensure an accurate count of Native Americans; The University of Illinois at Chicago offers in-state tuition to Native American students of any tribe recognized by the BIA; The Yurok Tribe receives award from the United Nations for their cl ...…
 
This week's stories: The National Inquiry in Canada has released their findings on the missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls investigation; Navajo Code Talker, William Tully Brown has passed away; Cherokee Nation donates prescription drug boxes to communities in Oklahoma; The Red Cliff Band breaks ground on a cell tower to improve emer ...…
 
The Ancestral Women theatre project was inspired by the Ancestral Women fiber art exhibit created by Mary Burns. Each piece of art honors a Native American women and/or a clan from each of the 11 tribes in Wisconsin. Each tribe worked with Burns to choose the elder represented in her artwork. In the theatre project the artwork comes to life wit ...…
 
This week's stories: Chumash Casino Resort casino in the world to earn TRUE Zero Waste certification; Last Mohawk Code Talker, Louis Levi Oakes passes away; Midnight Shine releases their third music video in six months; Michael Begay wins 2019 TCJ Student Best Film Award; First guitar shaped hotel set to open this fall.Native News Update with a ...…
 
This week's stories: New Mexico Senator John Pinto passes away at 94; First Nations actor, Nathaniel Arcand cast in CBS’s FBI: Most Wanted; Tribes pressing FCC about filing window for broadband licenses; Six Nations Faithkeeper Oren Lyons honored for his lifetime achievements; Yurok tribe works to reintroduce California condors to Oregon.Native ...…
 
This week's stories: Forest County Potawatomi wins award for its “Not One More” media campaign; Maine becomes first state to ban Native American mascots; Vermont renames Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day; Dr. Evan Adams was a keynote speaker at NIHB Conference; Native American Feature Film Writers Lab now accepting applications.Native New ...…
 
This week's stories: Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Library named one of the recipients of the 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Service; Smithsonian APA highlights the impact of Transcontinental Railroad on Native Americans; Mississippi Band of Choctaw chief receives Tribal Leadership Award; Funding for tribal transit announced; The Ameri ...…
 
This week's stories: Joanne Shenandoah releases new music video in honor of MMIW; Dr. Gerald Ignace recognized for his role in supporting health and wellness; Chairman of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa speaks on voter suppression; American Indian College Fund release new student guide book; Cheyenne Kippenberger crowned Miss Indian World. ...…
 
This week's stories: Midnight Shine video nominated for a Golden Sheaf Award; The Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs hires Gwen Carr as Executive Director; Wimmemem Wintu Tribal Chief wins Earth Day award; AIANTA appoints Sherry Rupert as new Executive Director; The NABI Foundation hosts its first educational youth summit during this year’s ...…
 
This week's stories: New horror movie “Chambers” on Netflix features Native American cast; The American Indian College Fund celebrates 30 years; Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell receives Chairman’s Leadership award; “Back the Braid” t-shirts to be worn during Lacrosse warmups by NLL players; Williams and Red receive Entertainers of the Year awar ...…
 
This week's stories: Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas makes appearance at NIGA’s tradeshow and convention; Oneida Nation of Wisconsin’s chairman gives Wisconsin State of the Tribes Address; Mel Tonasket receives Tim Wapato Sovereign Warrior Award; National Native American Hall of Fame announce 2019 inductees; Notah Begay III receives Lifetime Achie ...…
 
This week's stories: NIGA to honor six women tribal leaders; Supreme Court upholds Yakama treaty rights; Oregon senate pass resolution apologizing for execution of Indian soldiers during the Modoc War of 1872-1873; ASU is looking to establish a Native American Journalism Association chapter; Eastern Band of Cherokee sign agreement to harvest a ...…
 
This week's stories: “The REDress Project” on view in the United States for first time; Historic meeting held between the All Pueblo Council of Governors and the Navajo Nation; StrongHearts Native Helpline expand their operating hours; The National Native American Hall of Fame open public voting on this year’s nominees; Native American author T ...…
 
This week's stories: Buffy Sainte-Marie to be inducted into Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame; Native American art showcased in American Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art for first time; Native American lawyer Sarah Deer to be inducted into National Women’s Hall of Fame; Barona Cultural Center & Museum finalist for the 2019 National Medal ...…
 
This week's stories: Poarch Band of Creek Indians cover funeral cost of tornado victims; “Fast Horse” takes home a win at Sundance Film Festival; Resolution to recognize Native American women introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives; Veterinary students offer Minnesota Native American communities free services; Rep. Deb Haaland makes his ...…
 
This week's stories: Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community partner with the American Heart Association to launch Native nutrition health campaign; Honoring Native American Women of Wisconsin; Food Sovereignty Summit to be held at Oneida Nation of Wisconsin; Cherokee Nations contributes millions to school districts in Oklahoma; Lac du Flambeau st ...…
 
This week's stories: Grandmother Josephine Mandamin journeys to the spirit world; Lower Brule Sioux Tribe receives the NRCS South Dakota Excellence in Cooperative Conservation Award; Sault Ste. Marie Tribe partner with the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation; The Spokane Tribe goes solar; Japanese anime “Your Name” Hollywood remake will feature a Na ...…
 
This week's stories: Vice Sports highlights the life of a Navajo cowboy; The United Tribe Technical College celebrates 50 years; Tanksi Clairmont to lead Tribal Solar Accelerator; AIAI plans for research center; Native youth delegation will be attending the National High School Model United Nations Conference.Native News Update with anchor Kimb ...…
 
This week's stories: Wells Fargo awards nearly $13 million to projects in Indian Country; The SBA offers workshops to Native American small businesses; American Indian College Fund releases report on higher education equity initiative for Native Americans; Lac du Flambeau youth release album to combat opioid addiction; Basketmaker, Gabriel Frey ...…
 
This week's stories: First all-Native bull riding team to compete in the PBR Global Cup USA; Cherokee Nation opens office to promote Native American filmmaking; Grammy’s Hall of Fame honors Link Wray’s “Rumble”; Native American actor Michael Greyeyes plays Trash Man in the third season of HBO’s “True Detective”; “Growing Native” four-part serie ...…
 
This week's stories: Damage and lasting impact the Government shutdown is having on Indian Country – Message from Ernie Stevens, Jr.; Raising awareness about disaster aid on reservations; Patty Loew receives Martin Luther King Heritage award; The American Indian Graduate Center launches new brand identity and tagline; 13 year old water protecto ...…
 
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