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  • burntswamp
    Wednesday, 9/03/08, on American Indian Airwaves Infanticide & Genocide along Colonial Borders, and Indigenous/Environmental Justice Part
    Message 1 of 9 , Sep 2, 2008

      Wednesday, 9/03/08, on American Indian Airwaves

      "Infanticide & Genocide along Colonial Borders, and Indigenous/Environmental Justice"


      Part 1:_____________________________
      David Garcia (Tohono Oo'dham Nation), community activist, joins us for this segment of the show to discuss immigrant deaths, violations of civil and human rights on the Tohono Oo'dhom Nation, and how, for over 8 years, he and other Tohono Oo'dhom community members have been providing water as humanitarian aid for immigrants and others passing through their traditional homelands that straddle the colonial border in Arizona and in Sonora. David and others were recently informed that the eight 55 gallon drums of water, available to anyone in distress, will soon be confiscated by US government officials. Furthermore, this past Saturday morning, Mike Wilson, of the Tohono Oo'dhom Nation, accompanied a former Presbyterian Pastor (who founded the Sanctuary movement), a University professor from Denver and 8 students were stopped by non-tribal police and informed that all non-tribal members were to leave immediately and not return. All this and more will be discussed in the first segment of our show.

      Part 2:_____________________________
      Winona LaDuke
      (Annishinaabeg Nation) http://www.savewildrice.org, http://www.honorearth.org, community activist and author of "Recovering the Sacred: The Power of Naming and Claiming," spoke this past weekend at an indigenous/environmental justice event held at the Chumash Interpretive Center. Winona covers a spectrum of indigenous/environmental issues and work indigenous communities are doing to protect mother earth, ourselves and all relatives.


      American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org , and American Indian Airwaves now broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

      SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves. http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves


    • burntswamp
      Wednesday, 9/10/08, on American Indian Airwaves First Nations Devastated by Hurricane Gustav & (soon) Ike, World Festival of Sacred Music & Indigenous Hip
      Message 2 of 9 , Sep 9, 2008
        Wednesday, 9/10/08, on American Indian Airwaves

        "First Nations Devastated by Hurricane Gustav & (soon) Ike, World Festival of Sacred Music & Indigenous Hip Hop"


        Part 1:_____________________________
        Patty Ferguson (Pointe-au-Chien Nation) http://pactribe.tripod.com/, community activist and attorney, joins us for this featured news segment to the discuss how hurricane Gustav devastated, heavily damaged and nearly destroyed certain First Nations with the southern Louisiana area, the potential impact of hurricane Ike, the "response" by state, federal agencies, community organizations and what people can do to assist those severely impacted by hurricane Gustav and, soon to be, hurricane Ike.


        Part 2:_____________________________
        Kat High,
        Director of Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center ( www.haramokngna.org) joins us for this segment of the show to discuss the forthcoming World Festival of Sacred Music ( www.festivalofsacredmusic.org) happening this Sept. 13th, 2008 through Sept. 28th, 2008 in Los Angeles Country, CA. Kats discusses events held at Haramokngna, as part of the festival, and the closing ceremony being held on 9/28/08, at the Santa Monica beach, whereby the Tongva's Nations maritime band, the Ti'at Society will close the festival with crica an expected 3,000 to 4,000 participants. All this and more.

        Part 3:_____________________________
        Quese IMC
        (Pawnee/Seminole Nations) and guest join us for this final segment of the show to discuss "The 2nd International Indigenous Hip Hop Music Festival" (www.iihhg.com) being held this September 14th, 2008 at the Ford Amphitheater. Quese & Co. discuss this all-ages show, the line-up comprised of indigenous artist from First Nations throughout the western hemisphere, cultural youth workshops, plus a lot more. The event is also being hosted by KPFK's Fidel Rodriguez (Chumash Nation) of Divine Forces Radio ( http://www.divineforces.org)

         
        American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org, and American Indian Airwaves now broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

        SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves. http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves

      • burntswamp
        Wednesday, 9/10/08, on American Indian Airwaves First Nations Devastated by Hurricane Gustav & (soon) Ike, World Festival of Sacred Music & Indigenous Hip
        Message 3 of 9 , Sep 10, 2008
          Wednesday, 9/10/08, on American Indian Airwaves

          "First Nations Devastated by Hurricane Gustav & (soon) Ike, World Festival of Sacred Music & Indigenous Hip Hop"


          Part 1:_____________________________
          Patty Ferguson (Pointe-au-Chien Nation) http://pactribe.tripod.com/, community activist and attorney, joins us for this featured news segment to the discuss how hurricane Gustav devastated, heavily damaged and nearly destroyed certain First Nations with the southern Louisiana area, the potential impact of hurricane Ike, the "response" by state, federal agencies, community organizations and what people can do to assist those severely impacted by hurricane Gustav and, soon to be, hurricane Ike.


          Part 2:_____________________________
          Kat High,
          Director of Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center ( www.haramokngna.org) joins us for this segment of the show to discuss the forthcoming World Festival of Sacred Music ( www.festivalofsacredmusic.org) happening this Sept. 13th, 2008 through Sept. 28th, 2008 in Los Angeles Country, CA. Kats discusses events held at Haramokngna, as part of the festival, and the closing ceremony being held on 9/28/08, at the Santa Monica beach, whereby the Tongva's Nations maritime band, the Ti'at Society will close the festival with crica an expected 3,000 to 4,000 participants. All this and more.

          Part 3:_____________________________
          Quese IMC
          (Pawnee/Seminole Nations) and guest join us for this final segment of the show to discuss "The 2nd International Indigenous Hip Hop Music Festival" (www.iihhg.com) being held this September 14th, 2008 at the Ford Amphitheater. Quese & Co. discuss this all-ages show, the line-up comprised of indigenous artist from First Nations throughout the western hemisphere, cultural youth workshops, plus a lot more. The event is also being hosted by KPFK's Fidel Rodriguez (Chumash Nation) of Divine Forces Radio ( http://www.divineforces.org)

           
          American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org, and American Indian Airwaves now broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

          SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves. http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves






          If you want to assist the Pointe-au-Chien Indigenous Nation such as going  there and helping with the clean up, please provide contact information to Joel Waltzer at joel@....


          Donations can be made to:

          Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe
          PO Box 416, Montegut, LA 70377
          http://pactribe.tripod.com/


          Louisiana Environmental Action Network's Gustav relief effort
          http://leanweb.org.html/ .

          Donations made to either the Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe or LEAN are tax deductible.

          For more information: Chairman Charles "Chuckie" Verdin of the Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe, (985) 856-5336; or Marylee Orr, Director, LEAN, (225) 588-5059; or Joel Waltzer, tribal lawyer, (504) 430-0844.

        • burntswamp
          Wednesday, 9/17/08, on American Indian Airwaves Abya Yala: The Giant Awakens - Indigenous Peoples Axis of Democracy in Bolivia and Latin America Part
          Message 4 of 9 , Sep 16, 2008
            Wednesday, 9/17/08, on American Indian Airwaves

            "Abya Yala: The Giant Awakens - Indigenous Peoples Axis of Democracy in Bolivia and Latin America"


            Part 1:__________________________________
            Victoria Bomberry
            (Muscogee Creek Nation), Professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, RIverside ( http://www.ethnicstudies.ucr.edu/people/faculty/bomberry/index.html) Victoria, currently in La Paz, Bolivia, joins us for this segment to discuss the recent public abuse of indigenous peoples -in front of students- in Sucre, the paradigm shift as evidenced by indigenous President Morales and first nations peoples across Latin America,  the impact of indigenous women in the popular struggles in Bolivia and the specificity of their oppression as well as the unrelenting racism and white supremacy.


            Part 2:__________________________________
            Tupac Enrique,
            Director of TonaTierra (www.tonatierra.org), an indigenous peoples community organization based in Phoenix, AZ joins us for the second segment of our show to discuss decolonizing indigenous languages, a vision of identity, and the critical importance of hemispheric solidarity and cooperation with indigenous peoples and their respective First Nations.


            Part 3:__________________________________
            Larry Birns,
            Director of the Council of Hemispheric Affairs ( http://www.coha.org/) joins us for the final segment of today's show to discuss global economic changes, economic decolonization and the shift to alternative economic markets,  potential replacement of the Organization of the American States by the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), the results of the UNASUR meeting held in Santiago, Chile this week in support of indigenous Bolivian President, Evo Morales, and the colonial atrophy of capitalistic imperialism.


            American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org , and American Indian Airwaves now
            broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

            SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves. http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves
          • burntswamp
            Wednesday, 9/24/08, on American Indian Airwaves Hurricane Ike s Aftermath, Palin s Biting Pathologies, and Undermining Indigenous Democracy Part
            Message 5 of 9 , Sep 23, 2008
              Wednesday, 9/24/08, on American Indian Airwaves

              "Hurricane Ike's Aftermath, Palin's Biting Pathologies, and Undermining Indigenous Democracy"


              Part 1:__________________________________
              Patty Ferguson (Pointe-au-Chien Nation) http://pactribe.tripod.com community activist and attorney, joins us for this segment of the show to the discuss how hurricane Ike is forcing communities to relocate and how it devastated, heavily damaged and destroyed First Nations, such as  Pointe-au-Chien and Isle-a-Jean Band of Biloxi-Chitamacha Nations, within the southern Louisiana area. For more information on what people can do to assist, please visit: the Louisiana Coastal Tribes Coalition, Inc. (LCTCI) at (http://www.lctci.com ).


              Part 2:__________________________________
              Evon Peter
              (Neetsaii Gwich'in Nation) Director of Native Movement (www.nativemovement.org) and community activist, joins us for the second featured segment of our show to elaborate and discuss two recent articles he wrote and published "An Alaska Native Speaks Out on Palin, Oil and Alaska" ( http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2008/09/alaskan-native-speaks-out-on-palin-oil.html ) and "Peter: An Indigenous Vision to Heal America" http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/opinion/28625494.html.


              Part 3:__________________________________
              Benjamin Dengl
              ( http://www.upsidedownworld.org), author of The Price of Fire: Resource Wars and Social Movements in Bolivia, joins us for the final segment of this two part series on "The Awakening Giant: Undermining Bolivian Democracy." Dengl just returned from Bolivia, where the wealthy, non-indigenous corporate elite is attempting to destabilize, weaken and paralyze Evo Morales's presidency and undermine Bolivia's constitutional referendum being held this December 7th, 2008. All this, plus new recent developments and more.



              American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org , and American Indian Airwaves now
              broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

              SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves. http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves


            • burntswamp
              Wednesday, 9/24/08, on American Indian Airwaves Hurricane Ike s Aftermath, Palin s Biting Pathologies, and Undermining Indigenous Democracy Part
              Message 6 of 9 , Sep 23, 2008

                Wednesday, 9/24/08, on American Indian Airwaves

                "Hurricane Ike's Aftermath, Palin's Biting Pathologies, and Undermining Indigenous Democracy"


                Part 1:__________________________________
                Patty Ferguson (Pointe-au-Chien Nation) http://pactribe.tripod.com community activist and attorney, joins us for this segment of the show to the discuss how hurricane Ike is forcing communities to relocate and how it devastated, heavily damaged and destroyed First Nations, such as  Pointe-au-Chien and Isle-a-Jean Band of Biloxi-Chitamacha Nations, within the southern Louisiana area. For more information on what people can do to assist, please visit: the Louisiana Coastal Tribes Coalition, Inc. (LCTCI) at (http://www.lctci.com ).


                Part 2:__________________________________
                Evon Peter
                (Neetsaii Gwich'in Nation) Director of Native Movement (www.nativemovement.org) and community activist, joins us for the second featured segment of our show to elaborate and discuss two recent articles he wrote and published "An Alaska Native Speaks Out on Palin, Oil and Alaska" ( http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2008/09/alaskan-native-speaks-out-on-palin-oil.html ) and "Peter: An Indigenous Vision to Heal America" http://www.indiancountrytoday.com/opinion/28625494.html.


                Part 3:__________________________________
                Benjamin Dengl
                ( http://www.upsidedownworld.org), author of The Price of Fire: Resource Wars and Social Movements in Bolivia, joins us for the final segment of this two part series on "The Awakening Giant: Undermining Bolivian Democracy." Dengl just returned from Bolivia, where the wealthy, non-indigenous corporate elite is attempting to destabilize, weaken and paralyze Evo Morales's presidency and undermine Bolivia's constitutional referendum being held this December 7th, 2008. All this, plus new recent developments and more.



                American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org , and American Indian Airwaves now
                broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

                SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves. http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves


              • burntswamp
                Wednesday, 10/01/08, on American Indian Airwaves Ancestor s Walk, In the Throes of Protecting Panhe, and Indigenous Earth Movements Part
                Message 7 of 9 , Oct 1, 2008
                  Wednesday, 10/01/08, on American Indian Airwaves

                  "Ancestor's Walk, In the Throes of Protecting Panhe, and Indigenous Earth Movements"


                  Part 1:__________________________________
                  Rebecca Robles (Acjachemen Nation), a grass-roots organizer and activist ( www.savepanhe.org and www.savesanonofre) joins us for this segment of the show to provide listeners with an update on the sacred site Panhe, the San Juanquin Toll Road Project in Orange County, CA and how developers and other proponents are attempting to undermine and overturn the recent California Coastal Commission ruling prohibiting the destruction of the sacred site, Panhe (San Clemente, CA). The United States Department of Commerce current rational for developing the toll road through Panhe is that it is a matter of national security. Public comments about the toll road can be submitted, by 10/2/08, to : thomas.street@...

                  Rebecca also discusses the forthcoming "!2th Annual Ancestor Walk" being held this Saturday, October 4th, 2008 from 7:30am to 6pm. The Ancestor's Walk starts at Panhe (San Mateo Campgrounds), proceeds to Putiidhem, Kenyaanga, Bolsa Chica, Motuucheynga, and concludes at Puvungna (California State University, Long Beach) circa 4pm, carpooling is encouraged, and pot-luck prepared dishes are appreciated. For more information contact: Jimi Castillo (951)675-3344, Rhonda Robles (562) 633-9014, or visit www.savepanhe.org


                  Part 2:__________________________________
                  Dr. Luis Macas
                  (Saraguro Nation), former President of CONAIE, Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (http://www.conaie.org/ and Seventh Generation Board of Director ( http://www.7genfund.org/ )  joins us for the second segment of the show to discuss a wide range of indigenous issues ranging from Globalization, geopolitical shifts in hemispheric economic and political power, decolonization, indigenous earth movements, and First Nations peoples and their respective First Nations connections to each other. 


                  American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org ,
                  and American Indian Airwaves now broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

                  SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves.
                  http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves
                • burntswamp
                  Wednesday, 10/08/08, on American Indian Airwaves Columbus and Other Cannibals Jack Forbes (Powhatan-Renape/Deleware-Lenape Nations), activist, author and
                  Message 8 of 9 , Oct 7, 2008
                    Wednesday, 10/08/08, on American Indian Airwaves

                    "Columbus and Other Cannibals"


                    Jack Forbes (Powhatan-Renape/Deleware-Lenape Nations), activist, author and professor emeritus and former chair of Native American Studies at the University of California Davis ( http://nas.ucdavis.edu/Forbes/) where he has served since 1969. In 1960-61 he developed proposals for Native American Studies programs and for an indigenous university. In l971 the D-Q University came into being as a result of that proposal.

                    Jack joins us for the full hour to discuss his newest and forthcoming book "Columbus and Other Cannibals," which has been reissued, vastly expanded and even more relevant today.



                    American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org ,
                    and American Indian Airwaves now broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

                    SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves.
                    http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves
                  • burntswamp
                    Wednesday, 10/08/08, on American Indian Airwaves Columbus and Other Cannibals Jack Forbes (Powhatan-Renape/Deleware-Lenape Nations), activist, author and
                    Message 9 of 9 , Oct 7, 2008
                      Wednesday, 10/08/08, on American Indian Airwaves

                      "Columbus and Other Cannibals"


                      Jack Forbes (Powhatan-Renape/Deleware-Lenape Nations), activist, author and professor emeritus and former chair of Native American Studies at the University of California Davis ( http://nas.ucdavis.edu/Forbes/) where he has served since 1969. In 1960-61 he developed proposals for Native American Studies programs and for an indigenous university. In l971 the D-Q University came into being as a result of that proposal.

                      Jack joins us for the full hour to discuss his newest and forthcoming book "Columbus and Other Cannibals," which has been reissued, vastly expanded and even more relevant today.



                      American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm (PCT) on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angles, FM 98.7 in Santa Barbara, and by Internet with Real Media Player, Winamp, & Itunes at http://www.kpfk.org ,
                      and American Indian Airwaves now broadcast every Saturday from 3pm to 4pm (ECT) on WCRS 98.3/102.1 in Columbus, OH.

                      SPECIAL NOTICE: weekly shows can now be heard on the KPFK web site under "audio archives" located on the left. Scroll down and click on American Indian Airwaves.
                      http://www.myspace.com/aiairwaves
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