This Week's Program: Wednesday, April 27, 2011


DOUG GEORGE-KANENTIIO - Awkesasne Mohawk The Hiawatha Institute for Indigenous Knowledge (HIIK) was established on February 19, 2011 (501.3.c is pending approval). The Institute is the fulfillment of a dream first envisioned by the Oneida leader Shenandoah 200 years ago: his wish was to provide a place of learning where the essence of Native knowledge would be shared with the world in a school of higher learning.

This Week's Program: Wednesday, March 23, 2011


MARILYN ELLE INDIAN POINT - A nuclear power plant in upstate New York that is located on two major fault lines susceptible to earthquakes and the current controversy of keeping it open. With one reactor shut down with storage of spent enriched uranium reportedly leaking into the Hudson River - Gov. Cuomo wants it shut down - and two more active reactors with 1950's technology within 35 miles of NYC Times Square.

This Week's Program: Wednesday, April 7, 2010

WILMA MANKILLER 64, the once dirt-poor Oklahoma farm girl who grew up to become an activist for American Indian causes and women's rights, an author and the first woman to hold the Cherokee Nation’s highest office, died Tuesday.

PETER BRATT – Director of La Mission Interview by Andrei Jacobs (Producer)

DARLENE PIPEBOY Converses about being a human being with the values of a Dakota woman as an elder. Contact number 605-932-3628

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