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American Indian Airwaves, an Indigenous public affairs radio and, perhaps, the longest running Native American radio programs within both Indigenous and the United States broadcast communication histories, broadcast weekly every Thursday from 7pm to 8pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 Los Angeles (http://www.kpfk.org). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aiacr American Indian Airwaves is produced in Burntswamp Studio and started broadcasting on March 1st, 1973 in order to give Indigenous peoples and th ...
 
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“Sacred Stage: Talks with Native Playwrights and Artists” – an in-depth series of interviews with Indigenous activist, artist, actors/actresses, playwrights and more about their legacy work and how their activism intersects with Indigeneity and the contribution across and within Indigenous and non-Indigenous arts. Special Guest Co-Host for today is…
 
Liko Martin and Laulani Teale (Hawaiian Nation). Liko Martin, Haku Mele, is one of Hawai’i’s renowned songwriters and activist; founder and co-founder of many Indigenous organizations; a farmer, fisherman, cultural practitioner, peacemaker and veteran; a Kupuna Advisor for Ho’opae Pono Peace Project, plus more. Laulani Teale is a musician, artist, …
 
In Chiapas, Mexico, the territorial divisions between the major drug cartels have broken down resulting in open warfare which has spread to spread to Chiapas. Until recently, Chiapas has been relatively free from cartel violence. The criminal organizations have figured out that they can infiltrate municipal-level politics, run local candidates tole…
 
News headlines from Indigenous countries and an in-depth interview about the Dixie Fire, surrounding fires, the drought, historical trauma, and environmental grief are impacting California Indigenous peoples in northern California. We also discuss how traditional Indigenous fire management practices are a viable means for creating culturally sustai…
 
Red Nation Rising is the first book ever to investigate and explain the violent dynamics of bordertowns. Bordertowns are white-dominated towns and cities that operate according to the same political and spatial logics as all other American towns and cities. The difference is that these settlements get their name from their location at the borders o…
 
Today we interview two contributing authors of Red Nation Rising, the first book ever to investigate and explain the violent dynamics of bordertowns. Bordertowns are white-dominated towns and cities that operate according to the same political and spatial logics as all other American towns and cities. The difference is that these settlements get th…
 
News Headlines from Indigenous countries and premiering: “Sacred Stage: Talks with Native Playwrights and Artists” – an in-depth series of interviews with Indigenous activist, artist, actors/actresses, playwrights and more about their legacy work and how their activism intersects with Indigeneity and the contribution across and within Indigenous an…
 
Indigenous peoples have experienced tremendous amounts of trauma since the colonization of North America by the United States and earlier colonial forces. Historical trauma spans generations and has created widespread adverse effects such as substance abuse, breakdown of traditional values, depression, internalized oppression, high suicide rates, a…
 
Laulani Teale (Hawaiian Nation) is a musician, artist, cultural practitioner, public health practitioner, web/social media developer, and coordinator for the Ho’opae Pono Peace Project, plus more. Teale join us for this exclusive one-hour interview regarding protecting Mauna Kea, an Indigenous Hawaiian sacred site, from the $1.4 Billion Thirty Mete…
 
Part 1: The City of Santa Barbara, CA plans to completely renovate the Ortega Park in what is called the Ortega Park Restoration project. The “Project,” however, in its present composite will result in the desecration and permanent loss of culturally significant public murals as well culturally significant spaces.Guest:Mark Moses Alvarado, founder …
 
Pagans in the Promised Land provides a startling challenge to U.S. federal Indian law and policy. Using history and cognitive theory, Steven Newcomb demonstrates how U.S. government officials have used religious concepts of Christendom, often unconsciously, to justify the taking of Native American lands and to deny the original independence of Indi…
 
Part 1: According to Center for Disease Control and Prevention, “American Indian and Alaska Native people were more likely to get liver, stomach, kidney, lung, colorectal, and female breast cancers than White people in most regions. In fact, compared to White women, Native American women had higher rates of getting liver, stomach, kidney, colorecta…
 
Part 1: With the County of Los Angeles in California home to the largest urban Indigenous population throughout the politically defined borders of the settler colonial United States, declining SARS-Cov-2 rates, and SARS-Cov-2 vaccinations slowly becoming available, a collaboration between LA Native COVID-19 Response, the California Native Vote Proj…
 
Indigenous peoples and their respective First Nations are on the frontlines of Mother Earth struggling and resisting against violent forms of colonialism including nefarious manifestations of ecocides, democides, genocides, and the full dominant spectrum of “cides”. With over 77 Indigenous nations on the coastline of Te Ika a Maui, the north island…
 
Robert Miller, Julie Cavanuagh-Bill, and Steven Newcomb each present on the impact of the Christian Doctrine of Discovery/Dominion. Robert J. Miller (Eastern Shawnee Nation), an Associate Professor at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon where he teaches Indian law courses and Civil Procedure, a first year class. Bob has taught and practice…
 
The New Adventures of Super Indian is an exciting, thrilling, and brand new three-episode, approximately one-hour each, audio play premiering on April 14th, 21st, and 28th, 2021 as part of the Native Voices at the Autry program at Autry Museum of the American West. Based on Starr’s popular graphic novels, Super Indian, The New Adventures of Super I…
 
Parts 1 and 2: (Her)oics: Women’s Lived Experiences During the Coronavirus Pandemic draws together the stories of fifty-two women across the U.S. during the Covid-19 pandemic. The collection encompasses the perspectives of women who are: front-line responders and recovering patients; going out to work, staying home to work, and losing their jobs; l…
 
Just over more than 90 buffalo relations lives have been take in 2021. In addition, there has been 859 buffalo killed between 2019-2020; 12,575 buffalo killed since 1985, and there have 540 buffalo captured by the Yellowstone National Park: 540. Over the past several months Montana’s state legislature has introduced HB318 and HB302. HB318 will recl…
 
Dr. Faviana Hirsch-Dubin joins us of the entire segment to discuss the 25th Anniversary of the San Andres Accords on Indigenous Rights and Culture. The San Andres Accords are agreement between the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) and the Mexican government during the Ernesto Zedillo administration. The “Accords” were executed on Februar…
 
Dr. Kyle T. Mays is an Assistant Professor of African American Studies, American Indian Studies, and History at UCLA. He is the author of Hip Hop Beats, Indigenous Rhymes: Modernity and Hip Hop in Indigenous North America (2018) and finishing his manuscript for the forthcoming book titled, An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States, which will…
 
Dr. Donna Schindler M.D., author of Flying Horse: Stories of Healing and the Soul Wound (2020) joins us for the entire program to discuss Indigenous historical trauma, Indigenous wellbriety, and the various Indigenous methods and practices for healing the soul wound. Moreover, Dr. Schindler discusses the spectrum and types of symptoms characteristi…
 
Give the recent event of the 1/6/2021 putsch or insurrection attempt in Washington D.C. reflecting the growing, systemic rise of American fascism, the frayed systemic global Capitalist system intensifying economic instability, depravity, compounded afflictions on Mother Earth, increased militarization, the ascension of the global police state, what…
 
Part 1: Given the systemic, escalating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic throughout “Indian Country,” the rising COVID-19 rates reported by Indian Health Service and both Indigenous and non-Indigenous media coverage about the “Pandemic”, very few media reports, in fact, are on urban Native American populations. How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted…
 
Part 1:On January 2nd, 2021, Indigenous activist, elder, grandmother, Mother Earth protector, Western Shoshone Nation defender and treaty protector moved on to the spirit world. On today’s program, we rebroadcast several segments with Carrie Dann. Carrie Dann (Western Shoshone Nation), was co-founder of the Western Defense Shoshone Project (WSDP) i…
 
Part 1:News throughout Indian CountryPart 2:The rates of various of forms of domestic violence continue escalating during the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, more More than 4 in 5 Native Americans have experienced violence in their lifetime; more than 1 in 2 Native women (55.5%) and 1 in 3 Native men (43.2%) have experienced physical violence by intima…
 
December 29th of 2020 marks the 130th year anniversary of the Wound Knee Massacre of 1890 and the Occupation of Wounded Knee occurred from 02/27/1973 to 05/08/1973. The Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890 is the result of the United States (U.S.) 7th Calvary stopped Miniconjou and Lakota Ghost Dancers and community members from returning home to Pine Rid…
 
Tensions mount as Montana ranchers are increasing harassing, killing, and harming buffalo that leave the Yellowstone National Park. Today, James Holt Sr., executive director of the Buffalo Field Campaign, provides an update on the escalated situation and Jame Holt Sr. provides an update on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the Nez Perce Nation…
 
Dr. William Robinson continues his discussion of how the transnational capital class continues profiteering from the COVID-19 pandemic, predatory capitalism, the potential implications of the Biden Administration and the continuation of the Global Police State, homelessness, Indigenous peoples and resistance, the need for cross solidarity movements…
 
Dr. William Robinson discusses how the transnational capital class continues profiteering from the COVID-19 pandemic, predatory capitalism, the potential implications of the Biden Administration and the continuation of the Global Police State, homelessness, Indigenous peoples and resistance, the need for cross solidarity movements in order for futu…
 
News from "Indian Country," spoken word, and music.Song List:Joy Harjo, “This America” Black Lodge Singers, “Keeping it Flowing,” Album: My Family Snotty Nose Rez Kids, “Boujee Natives,” Album: Trapline John Trudell, “The Earth was the Mother,” Descendant Now Ancestor Raye Zaragoza, "They Say,” Woman in Color Alexis Raeana, “Keep My Memory” ft.Char…
 
The global police state uses a variety of methods of control, including mass incarceration, surveillance, police violence, US-led wars, the persecution of immigrant and refugees and the repression of activists. Robinson shows how the global police state, beyond control, is an immensely profitable enterprise that keeps the global capitalist economy …
 
The Global Police State, World Economy, and Systemic Violence, Part 1”Part 1 The global police state uses a variety of methods of control, including mass incarceration, surveillance, police violence, US-led wars, the persecution of immigrant and refugees and the repression of activists. Robinson shows how the global police state, beyond control, is…
 
With the National Interagency Fire Center reporting 79 large uncontained fires burning across the Western United States, and California experiencing almost 7,900 fires destroying or damaging a total of 6,200 structures since the beginning of 2020, along with California recently experiencing more than 3.4 million acres burn; what are the impacts, im…
 
There have been 859 buffalo killed between 2019-2020; 12,575 buffalo killed since 1985, and there have 540 buffalo captured by the Yellowstone National Park: 540. What is the current management approach for Yellowstone bison? Why is there such intolerance for bison to traverse their lands, feed, reproduce, live, or be provided more suitable public …
 
Part 1: Guests:Kathryn Ledebur, Executive Director of the Andean Information Network, joins us for this segment of today’s program to discuss the Jeanine Áñez, Bolivian de facto – coup president’s policies attacking Indigenous peoples, attempts to preempt, democratic elections, and systemic attacks against Indigenous peoples regarding COVID-19, plu…
 
“Chumash Reclaiming & Renaming: Indio Muerto to Hutash and MMIWG2 Human Rights Emergency in northern California”Part 1: What does colonial place-name markers such as Indio Muerto (“Dead Indian”) Street in the City of Santa Barbara, CA mean to the Chumash peoples? The colonial street name origins trace back to the city of Santa Barbara establishment…
 
Part 1: Brief News Highlights around “Indian Country”. Part 2: With the amplified rise of American fascism and authoritarianism during the Trump Administration, Trump’s desire to postpone the 2020 presidential elections, the Trump campaign’s strategies to preempt people of color from voting this November, the frayed systemic global Capitalist syste…
 
Part 1: Given the systemic, escalating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic throughout “Indian Country,” the rising COVID-19 rates reported by Indian Health Service and both Indigenous and non-Indigenous media coverage about the “Pandemic”, very few media reports, in fact, are on urban Native American populations. How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted…
 
Thursday, 7/23/2020, on American Indian Airwaves, 7pm to 8pm (PCT)Listen live at: http://www.kpfk.org or podcast on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or iHeart Radio after 8pm (PCT).“U.S. Fragility in the Doctrine of Discovery and Domination: Fallen Statues, the McGirt v. Oklahoma Case, Solidarity Movements, Race…
 
Part 1: NDN Collective President and CEO Nick Tilsen was among 20 Land Defenders arrested while protesting Donald Trump's visit to Mount Rushmore on July 3rd, 2020. Over 200 land defenders successfully mobilized to the defend the Ȟe Sápa and the Treaty of Fort Laramie by preventing ticket holders along Highway 244 from taking the Keystone entrance …
 
Thursday, 7/9/2020, on American Indian Airwaves, 7pm to 8pm (PCT)Listen at: http://www.kpfk.org“Disrupting Settler Colonial Spaces: The Doctrine of Discovery, The Alta Spanish Mission System Impacts on California Indigenous Peoples, the Fallen Statues of Father J. Serra, California’s Public Apology to California Indigenous Peoples: One-year later, …
 
Thursday, 7/2/2020, on American Indian Airwaves, 7pm to 8pm (PCT)- Listen at: http://www.kpfk.org“Colonial Legacies of Treaty Violations and Failed Trust Responsibilities during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Chiapas Resistance to the $8 Billion-dollar, 948-mile Mayan Train.Part 1: With rising COVID-19 rates across “Indian Country,” in major urban areas…
 
Liko Martin and Laulani Teale (Hawaiian Nation). Liko Martin, Haku Mele, is one of Hawai’i’s renowned songwriters and activist; founder or co-founder of many Indigenous organizations; a farmer, fisherman, general cultural practitioner, peacemaker and veteran; a Kupuna Advisor for Ho’opae Pono Peace Project, plus more. Laulani Teale is a musician, a…
 
Given the spread, severity, and potentially devasting consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic situation in the-midst of stay-at-home ordinances, school and employment closures, etc. throughout the Los Angeles and Orange County regions in southern California, three very important urban Indigenous community members join us for the hour to report on how…
 
December 29th of this year marks the 129th year anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre whereby the United States 7th Calvary stopped Spotted Elk, Miniconjou and Lakota Ghost Dancers, and community members from returning home to Pine Ridge, now located in South Dakota. Near the Wounded Knee Creek, Spotted Elk and community members were stopped by …
 
Valentin Lopez, Amah Mutsun Nation, is Chairman of the Amah Mutsun Nation, one of three historic California Indigenous Nations that are recognized as Ohlone. Valentin is Mutsun, Awaswas, Chumash and Yokuts (http://amahmutsun.org/governance/tribal-council) and he joins us for the entire program to discuss what California Governor Newsom’s Executive …
 
“Update: In the Heart of the Hawaiian Nation: Protecting Mauna Kea from the $1.4 Billion Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) Project”Liko Martin and Laulani Teale (Hawaiian Nation). Liko Martin, Haku Mele, is one of Hawai’i’s renowned songwriters and activist; founder or co-founder of many Indigenous organizations; a farmer, fisherman, general cultural pr…
 
Dr. Henrietta Mann (Southern Cheyenne Nation), elder, activist, scholar, founder of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College, Professor Emeritus at Montana State University (www.montana.edu/nativeamerican/henrietta_mann.html), and current Board Chair of the Board of Directors for the Seventh Generation Fund for Indigenous Peoples, Inc. (7genfund.org…
 
Thursday, 9/26/2019, on American Indian Airwaves, 7pm to 8pm (PCT) Listen at: http://www.kpfk.org “Urban Indigenous Los Angeles Series: The Ancestors Walk and The 15th Many Winters Gathering of Elders”Part 1:_________________________________________________________Rebecca Robles (Ajachemen/Juaneno Nation), joins us for the first segment of today’s …
 
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