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Toasted Sister is radio about Native American food because it came a long way. Traditional indigenous foodways were lost, found, redefined and modernized in the last few hundred years. And here it is today, in the hands of Native chefs and foodies who work to keep their traditional flavors and ingredients alive. I'm Andi Murphy and I'm talking to as many Indigenous foodies as I can.
 
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Researchers in Nebraska have worked for years to find and organize documents from the Genoa U.S. Indian Industrial School. Part of the project includes identifying students who were buried on school grounds whose records were lost over the years. As the federal government begins its scrutiny of the country’s boarding schools, we’ll hear about what …
 
A survey in 2019 backed by the National Congress of American Indians concluded that the lack of access to adequate funding, equitable curricula, and professional development hinders suitable Native American lessons in schools. The good news is many states since then have recognized those barriers and are making strides to introduce Native-led curri…
 
Title: “Leadership and Team Building”Guest: Paul H. Lehmann, MPH; Associate Professor Emeritus at Burman University; Coordinator for CABL (Collegiate Advocates for Better Living)Description: For many years, Paul Lehman has worked with Collegiate Advocates for Better Living to transform Native and non-Native communities through fitness challenge cou…
 
A viral video of a California teacher resorting to objectionable Native stereotypes in the classroom begs the question: what will it take to get the message across? Some pockets of the population remain blind to mandatory diversity training and public education campaigns designed to end culturally insensitive comments and actions. (This is an encor…
 
The scourge of slavery was an unfortunate reality for Indigenous people in the history of North America. Spanish colonizers set in motion a complicated legacy of slavery throughout the Americas that changed identity, culture and relationships forever. We’ll talk about the history and legacy of Indigenous slavery and get insights from speakers with …
 
Crystal Wahpepah (Kickapoo and Sac and Fox) opened Wahpepah’s Kitchen in Oakland, California, one of the area’s first Native restaurants, after years of catering and teaching diners about the richness of Indigenous food. Felicia Cocotzin Ruiz (Tewa and Chicana) debuts her book “Earth Medicines,” a collection of healthy recipes and ancestral knowled…
 
The $1-trillion infrastructure bill just signed by President Biden is an unprecedented infusion of federal funds for thousands of projects across the country. Tribal leaders applauded the action that could go toward beefing up water systems at Warm Springs, Oregon, the Navajo Nation and parts of rural Alaska. Other funds will go toward broadband co…
 
The Department of Interior is tackles derogatory place namesSo far, Savanna's Act, adopted to combat the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People crisis, has not met a mandated deadlineNoted Lakota Elder Marcella LaBeau is remembered as a war hero and dedicated health policy advocateBy Antonia Gonzales / Native Voice One NV1 / Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
 
From the Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana’s living history installation to the Red Lake Nation’s charter school, dozens of tribes are devoting emergency federal relief aid to projects to preserve traditional language and culture. The U.S. Government is distributing close to $88 million in American Rescue Plan funding to some 300 arts and cultural insti…
 
Navajo, Hopi, Shawnee and Creek tribes are among the many Native nations that have turkey clans. Southwest tribes domesticated the bird long before settlers arrived and the animal is a character in many tribal stories. At a time of the year when the bird plays a big role on the dinner table, we’ll look at the significance of turkeys from a Native p…
 
The organizers of the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland faced criticism that attendees heard little from the very groups that are most affected by climate change around the globe. Indigenous people, youth and women clamored to have their voices included in the climate discussions. We’ll hear from those who were there to assess the benefits and miss…
 
Ella Cara Deloria (1889-1971) was a Dakota Sioux scholar, ethnographer, anthropologist, writer, and translator who was a critically important recorder of Sioux culture and languages at a time when the traditional culture was in danger of being lost. She also brought a new perspective on the work, as she herself was born on the Yankton Sioux Reserva…
 
Dame Whina Cooper (1895 – 1994) was a respected kuia (Māori elder), who worked for many years for the rights of her people, and particularly to improve the lot of Māori women. In one famous example, as an 80-year old she led 5,000 Māori land protest marchers as they walked from Te Hāpua (in the far north) to Parliament. Her wide influence and natio…
 
Ecuadorian civil rights pioneer Dolores Cacuango (1881-1971), also known as Mamá Doloreyuk, spent decades fighting fiercely for the rights of the country’s Indigenous people, with a particular focus on land rights and women’s rights. Cacuango was a dedicated advocate for accessible education and instrumental in establishing Ecuador’s first bilingua…
 
The Aanjibimaadizing, a program of the Mille Lacs Band, is committed to keeping Indigenous language thriving. To help this mission along they launched a project to bring their language to the pages of a multi-book series. We are putting the spotlight on the latest book in the collection “Gaa-Pi-Izhiwebak.” It features stories that stem from cultura…
 
Olivia Ward Bush-Banks (1869-1944) was an American poet and playwright best known for celebrating both her African-American and Montauk heritages in her works. She also founded the Bush-Banks School of Expression in Chicago to foster emerging African-American talents. Some of her plays supported an interracial culture controversial for her day and …
 
Many Native nations suffered disproportionate harm from the COVID-19 pandemic. New research suggests state and federal policy decisions and long standing structural inequities increased the magnitude of the pandemic for Native people and unnecessarily cost additional lives. We’ll talk with the researchers about the study and hear from tribal leader…
 
Pueblo educators have just updated a K-12 curriculum and teacher training regimen for New Mexico schools designed from a Native viewpoint. It offers guidance on Pueblo history and culture with a basis in Pueblo core values including respect, compassion, balance and service. The original idea stemmed from the state’s celebration of 100 years of stat…
 
Title: “30 Days to Natural Diabetes and High Blood Pressure Control-Part 2"Description: Dr. DeRose shares footage from, and commentary regarding, his free 30-day program that uses natural strategies to help address hypertension and diabetes. For more info: FortWayneAdventist.org/30days; TimelessHealingInsights.info; TheJourney184134114.wordpress.co…
 
The documentary film, “Pure Grit,” follows a young champion as she competes in the exhilarating and dangerous sport of horse relay racing. It’s more than a movie about competition; With visuals of both breakneck action and quiet, kitchen table confessions, it delves into the personal successes and setbacks of rider Sharmaine Weed and her family on …
 
The stories by Native American veterans offer lasting messages of both courage and healing. The Citizen Potawatomi Nation is among the tribes working to preserve their veterans’ stories. The Tribal Heritage Project is recording the memories of their citizens who served in the U.S. Military. We’ll discuss the importance of the project from both side…
 
Anishinaabe artist, Keith Secola is an iconic figure in the world of Indigenous music. From “NDN Kars” to “Frybread” and way beyond, his songs hold a special place in people’s hearts. We get a taste of what happens live when he steps to the stage with his release “Grassroots Festival, Trumansburg, NY 7/20/19”. Listeners even get a chance to hear hi…
 
So many school students and members of the public are subjected to myths and misinformation about the tribes in what is now New York. For so long, Native history is presented from a European perspective. Three separate exhibitions are currently offering Native-informed perspectives on the current and historical role tribes play in the region. Nativ…
 
A program in Washington State works to protect the legal rights of Native inmates in prison. Huy works to maintain access to Native ceremonies and traditional medicine. But they also help expand educational, vocational and economic opportunities. The program is designed to improve inmates’ chances for success once the re-enter society.…
 
Title: “30 Days to Natural Diabetes and High Blood Pressure Control”Guests Include: Opal Barrett, Sheila AdamsDescription: Can you dramatically improve your diabetes or high blood pressure in 30 days or less? Dr. DeRose shares live interviews and audio footage from his free lifestyle program that has already helped thousands.For further information…
 
A group of young Native artists received VIP treatment leading up to what became the storied event starting on August 15, 1969. They were excited to offer their work to a new East Coast audience and take in the impressive line-up of musical acts. But they were in for a big surprise as the adventure on Max Yasgur's farm in New York took on a life of…
 
Pope Francis is scheduled to meet with an Indigenous delegation when he visits Canada in December. His trip is billed as part “of the long-standing pastoral process of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples." It comes after the discovery of hundreds of potential unmarked grave sites on the grounds of former residential schools operated by the churc…
 
Divorce takes a major emotional toll. It also usually brings a serious financial burden as well. Couples that have combined resources and bank accounts now have to fairly divide up assets and face the reality of going it alone again. There are also lawyer’s fees, child support and other considerations. Native couples also might face residency restr…
 
Title: “Filling the Void” Guest: Steven T. Ginsburg, author of “Filling the Void: Your Guide to Discovery and Recovery” Description: As the result of challenges and stress in his home, Steven Ginsburg grew up with a void in his life. In an attempt to fill that void, Steven fell into the throes of drug and alcohol addiction. Learn how Steven was del…
 
After a three game stretch in Atlanta during Major League Baseball’s premiere event, audiences worldwide will have witnessed multiple examples of the objectionable ‘tomahawk chop’ and a chant borne from ill-informed Native stereotypes. As Atlanta and Houston battle for the World Series title, we revisit the ongoing efforts by professional sports te…
 
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