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Native America Calling will take time to look at the Missing and Murdered issue in our neighboring countries.
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Each missing and murdered Indigenous person retains a connection to family members, loved ones, and friends.
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Native America Calling will take a look at some of the groups and individuals who aren’t as prominent in the effort to raise awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous people.
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Native America Calling will get a view of what’s showing promise in combating the epidemic of our missing and murdered relatives.
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The fate of hundreds of millions of dollars in federal coronavirus relief money is now in the hands of the nation’s highest court. Learn more on the monthly Native news recap!
Hubert Logan, Wampum Baggs, Blud Kwan’Tum and the other characters created by Arigon Starr are coming back to life in a new podcast.
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White Earth Ojibwe poet Kimberly Blaeser is helping celebrate National Poetry Month by sharing her book “Copper Yearning.”
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Native America Calling will check in with Native language program organizers about how they refuse to let COVID-19 slow the progress of language revitalization.
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A new comedy with Native talent and Native writers proves border towns can be funny.
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Native America Calling will hear about the cultural significance of spearfishing as well as some history of past political tensions of subsistence fishing.
On Earth Day we’ll zero in on the link between the land and identity and mental well-being.
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Native America Calling will get perspective on how the pandemic is affecting Indigenous peoples south of the U.S. border.
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Just north of the courtroom where a police officer is on trial in the death of George Floyd, another officer shot and killed Daunte Wright.
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Tribal leaders and climate activists are at odds with the Biden Administration after a missed opportunity to shut off the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Native America Calling will take the hour to discuss how organizers are responding to the pent-up demand for live, in-person powwows.
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The pandemic has taken a toll on one of Native America’s leading economic development sources.
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Native Americans are suffering a disproportionate toll from COVID-19.
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Given the surge of interest in gardening since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, several organizations are offering guidance on small gardens in containers, pots, and on patios and even window sills.
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Even after watching their relatives and neighbors die of the virus at nearly twice the rate of their white counterparts, some Natives are leery of the vaccine.
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Native America Calling will talk with Tik Tok creators about getting noticed on the popular video platform.
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As spring begins, bears begin waking up from hibernation.
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Get ready to expand how you take in story with Native America Calling’s March Book of the Month author Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.
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During March, Native America Calling is celebrating historic Native women.
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Native America Calling will get updates on recent news important to Native people.
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If you’re one of the nearly 160 million Americans getting a $1,400 stimulus payment, you should put some thought into what to do with it.
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Despite successful vaccine roll-outs by many tribes, some Native people living in urban areas are finding access to the vaccine elusive.
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Individuals, institutions, public monuments and works of art and literature are all facing new accountability over current or past actions and statements that don’t align with modern sensitivities.
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Native America Calling is continuing its celebration of historic Native women with a program about warrior women who shook things up to improve people’s lives.
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Native America Calling will hear from Native role-playing gamers who are passionate about playing these types of games.
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Native America Calling will highlight recent examples about how tribes are helping the land with traditional ecological knowledge, science and environmental justice work.
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Native America Calling will catch up on the major issues in Canada and how Indigenous people are setting the course to influence change.
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For Women’s History Month, Native America Calling is celebrating prominent Native women leaders.
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On their newest album, Sunburnt Stone invites listeners into soulful stories that travel from the dustiest rez roads to the hardest pavement.
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For Kidney Health Awareness Month, Native America Calling will learn the biggest threats to kidney health and how to avoid them.
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The proposed $1.9 trillion COVID stimulus plan includes another $20 billion for tribes and makes other investments in Indian Country. Is it enough?
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Sports are an important part of life for Native athletes and their parents. How is COVID-19 affecting them?
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Indigenous women in the United States and Canada are leading efforts to reclaim culture and knowledge through matrilineal power.
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Sewing was an important tradition for Native Americans long before it became a popular pandemic pastime.
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A U.S. Supreme Court decision from March 1978 continues to hinder tribal sovereignty on a daily basis.
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Native healthcare workers provide healing during the most painful and frightening times of our lives.