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American Indian Airwaves (AIA), an Indigenous public affairs radio and, perhaps, the longest running Native American radio program within both Indigenous and the United States broadcast communication histories. Also, AIA 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 ...
 
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On September 8th, 2022, Indigenous peoples and allies from Appalachia and elsewhere protested in Washington DC against the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). The protest – No Sacrifice Zones – was against the concessions demanded by WV Senator Joe Manchin in the $750 billion Inflation Reduction Act, which the concessions if granted will expedite the p…
 
The second weekend of September 2022 marks the 20th Anniversary Tomol Crossing which is a Chumash 26-mile voyage across the Santa Barbara Channel, off the coast of Santa Barbara County, CA. to the island of Limuw (also known as the Santa Cruz Island). This year signifies the 20th cross-channel voyage in over 150 years and the tomol, a Chumash word …
 
On July 25th, 2022, Pope Francis apologized Canada's Indigenous peoples on their land for the Church's role in residential schools where indigenous children were starved, beaten for speaking their Indigenous languages, violently and sexually abused, endured various forms of forced cultural assimilation such as mandatory Christianization, plus more …
 
For close to over 50 years, Dr. John M. Anderson has been researching into and writing on the Chumash history and culture since the early 1970s at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His includes the Tejon Reservation in CA and the Treaty with the Castake, Texon, Etc., of 1851 between several California Indigenous nations whose lands range…
 
Part 1From the majestic peaks of the snow-capped Sierras to the parched valley of Payahuunadü, “the land of flowing water,” (Owens Valley, CA) Manzanar Diverted: When Water Become Dust is a brand new documentary having its national broadcast premiere on PBS’s POV on July 18th, 2022. The film recounts more than 150 years of history, showing how Paya…
 
On 2/27/2022, the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report, Working Group II, Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability Report was released with participation from Indigenous scholars, academics, and scientist in still a relatively new phenomenon (eight to ten years). For more sixteen years, Indigenous peoples were largely excluded in particip…
 
Part 1For close to over 50 years, Dr. John M. Anderson has been researching into and writing on the Chumash history and culture since the early 1970s at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His includes the Tejon Reservation in CA and the Treaty with the Castake, Texon, Etc., of 1851 between several California Indigenous nations whose lands…
 
Thursday, 5/12/2022, on American Indian Airwaves, 7pm to 8pm (PCT)“Global Civil War: Capitalism Post-Pandemic, Part 2“Part 1William I. Robinson’s new book, Global Civil War: Capitalism Post-Pandemic, is a big picture synthesis of a global capitalism in a state of deep crisis that is cascading social, political, and cultural conflicts all over Mothe…
 
William I. Robinson’s new book, Global Civil War: Capitalism Post-Pandemic, is a big picture synthesis of a global capitalism in a state of deep crisis that is cascading social, political, and cultural conflicts all over Mother Earth with dire implications for not only Indigenous peoples and their respective First Nations, but also the futures of l…
 
Part 1The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) is a high- level advisory body to the Economic and Social Council. The Forum was established on 28 July 2000 with the mandate to deal with indigenous issues related to economic and social development, culture, the environment, education, health, and human rights. Since 2000, Ind…
 
Part 1The People of the Red Mountain are an Indigenous led grassroot organization comprised of Paiute & Shoshone peoples, surrounding Indigenous nations, and supporters working to protect Pee’hee Mu’huh (Thacker Pass) from the possible construction of the Thacker Pass Lithium Mine in northwest Nevada. If the mine is built it would be the United Sta…
 
Part 1Native Americans of all ages continue experiencing some of the highest SARS-CoV-19 rates compared to non-Indigenous peoples. In Los Angeles County, California Indigenous peoples are spread out, decentralized, and find it difficult to maintain community and cultural connections. Consequentially, after just over two years, the urban Indigenous …
 
Part 1This past March 13th, 2022, the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) issued a statement calling for the global mobilization against all capitalist wars. Three days later, on March 16th, 2022, over 20,000 members of the EZLN demonstrated in six Chiapas cities in Mexico, to protest all wars, and to show their solidarity with the Indigenous…
 
Part 1Marking the 150th Anniversary of the Yellowstone National Park, the National Park Service (NPS) is reaching out to include Indigenous peoples cultural and historical relationship to Yellowstone National Park’s boundaries; however, simultaneously Yellowstone National Park just closed its public comments section on the possibilities of implemen…
 
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, …
 
Actions in cities throughout the United States took place on February 7th, 2022, calling for the immediate release of international Indigenous political prisoner Leonard Peltier. February 7th, 2022, marks the 46th year of Peltier’s incarceration and January 28, 2022, he tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 (Covid 19) virus at the United States Penite…
 
Los Angeles County is home to the largest urban Native American population, second to New York City. With the COVID-19 Pandemic encroaching upon three years, and Native Americans disproportionately impacted both in COVID-19 case and mortality rates and rising depression and more people struggling to maintain cultural traditional practices away from…
 
Part 1On January 22nd, 2022, the Karankawa Kadla and approximately 400 allies held an action against the Enbridge terminal expansion in Corpus Christi, TX outside of Bank of America on 2501 S Congress Ave in Austin, Texas. As part of an active lawsuit against Enbridge, the largest transporter of crude oil and tar sands in the nation, the Karankawa …
 
Sacred Stage: Talks with Native Playwrights and Artists is part of ongoing series with special host Albert “Abby” Ibarra who interviews Mary Kathryn Nagle. Nagle is currently a partner at Pipestem Law, where she specializes in federal Indian law and appellate litigation. Nagle filed an amicus brief in Dollar General v. Mississippi Band of Choctaw I…
 
Today on American Indian Airwaves, we recognize, celebrate, and reflect on the January 1st, 1994, historical event when the Zapatistas declared war on the Mexican government on behalf of the country’s indigenous people suffering from perpetual state and organized criminal violence throughout the Chiapas, Mexico region. Launched on the same day of t…
 
“Sacred Stage: Talks with Native Playwrights and Artists” is 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. Today’s program is in remembrance…
 
December 29th of this year marks the 131st memorial and remembrance of the Wounded Knee Massacre of 1890 where the United States Calvary followed several ghost dancers and community members to Wounded Knee, opened-fired, and killed over 300 indigenous men, women and children.More than 80 later, the struggle continued at Wounded Knee from February 2…
 
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 …
 
Today on American Indian Airwaves we hear from two distinguished Indigenous elders on the National Day of Mourning first established in 1970. Both guest, Georgianna Sanchez (Chumash Nation), elder, cultural bearer, and scholar; and George “Tink” Tinker (Osage Nation), elder, cultural bearer, and scholar at the Iliff School of Theology, address the …
 
Parts 1 and 2:From the majestic peaks of the snow-capped Sierras to the parched valley of Payahuunadü, “the land of flowing water,” (Owens Valley, CA) Manzanar Diverted: When Water Become Dust is a brand new film recounting more than 150 years of history, showing how Payahuunadu (Owens Valley, CA) is tied to the city of Los Angeles and how the forc…
 
Part 1:In 2015 the United States congress passed the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which included the rider: The Southeastern Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act 2014 (“Act”). The “Act” will grant Resolution Copper, a joint venture between Rio Tinto and BHP, the 2,200 acres located in the Tonto National Forest in Arizona.…
 
Part 1:United States President Biden recently, simultaneously, and problematically signed to the Indigenous Peoples Day and Columbus Day Proclamations. While Columbus Day is also a form of state-sponsored hate speech, acknowledging Indigenous peoples in the same breath is questionably troublesome. Has the settler colonial attention and support of I…
 
Part 1:The California State Parks is currently seeking public feedback on a proposal to change the name of Patrick’s Point State Park in Humboldt County to Sue-meg State Park, the original place name for the area by the Yurok peoples since time immemorial. Patrick’s Point State Park was acquired by the California State Parks in 1930 with the place …
 
“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…
 
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