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Bay Native Circle
7:00 PM Pacific Time: Wednesdays
Hosts Lakota Harden, Eddie Madril, Janeen Antoine, Vince Medina, and Morning Star Gali bring you today’s Native issues, people, culture & events.
Report back from South Dekota Pine Ridge Reservation; Also, Native Organizers from Chicago and Aurora with YSS Youth Struggling for Survival, www.youthstrugglingforsurvival.org.
Dying for Water: Indians, Politics & Dead Fish in the Klamath River Basin In the Fall of 2002, disease raged through the warm and shallow water of the once-mighty Klamath River. Within days, 68,000 adult Chinook Salmon perished as they tried to return home to spawn. The story of this event flows through past and … Continued
Antoine interviews CEO Helen Waukazoo and Clinical Director Orlando Nakai of the Frienship House of American Indians in San Francisco to discuss their program and the grand opening of their new facility in San Francisco. Then George Galvez of the Intertribal Friendship House and Juan Berumen talk about the upcoming IFH benefit with Blackfire and … Continued
The early history of this country is informed by the presence of indigenous natives, African slaves and European colonizers. The first man killed by the British in the American Revolution, Crispus Attucks, was a descendant of all three. Since colonial times, African Americans and American Indians have interacted and intermarried. Hosts Ras Kdee and Janeen … Continued
Host Janeen Antoine interviews Gina Pacaldo, local dance artist and educator, on the importance of arts in education and how it impacts our youth. Lori Taguma interviews Andres Cediel on his new documentary, "Shellmound" about the Emeryville shellmounds. The show is rounded out with a comtemporary Pomo musical piece by Koljademo and a longer, memorable … Continued
Host Janeen Antoine interviews Sherry Wilson of the American Indian Education Center and China Ching of the National Native American Aids Prevention Center who discuss their organizations collaboration on a national pilot program for a youth led HIV awareness campaign. Anita Pollard presents the upcoming native womens conference whose focus is on forgiveness. Plus music … Continued
Native people and the military. In support of the March 19 "Bring the troops home" rally co-hosts Janeen Antoine and Lakota Harden speak with guests; Tom Gamble, a Tlingit man in Sitka, Alaska about the history of resistance and centuries of culture and tradition in that Island culture. Michael Horse, visual artist, actor and Viet … Continued
Hosts Lakota Harden, and Janeen Antoine, interview Anne White Hat from the Sicangu Way of Life Project at Bear Butte, South Dakota. Din’e tribal activists, Klee, Clayson, and Janita Benally of Blackfire, talk about the urgent call to protect San Francisco Peaks in the Northern Arizona mountain range from the waste water dumping proposed by … Continued
After opening with Annie Humpreys "See Her," host Janeen Antoine interviews Lakota Harden on her role in the upcoming Vagina Monologues production. Gregg McVicarr is engaging with entertaining Choctaw painter and singer Gary Whitedeer about the Choctaw-Irish connection, his artwork, the Native American church, and Choctaw music and dance. After the Calendar, Antoine talks with … Continued