Monday, November 21, 2016 — November Native In Spotlight: Taté Walker
Taté Walker (Mniconjou Lakota) is the editor of Native Peoples Magazine. During her time overseeing this national publication that features the life and work of Native American, Alaska Natives and all First Peoples of this planet. She is an accomplished journalist and through her work over the years has raised awareness on the importance of Native art and culture. We invite you to join us as we visit with with this esteemed writer, blogger and photographer.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 — Food allergies: when sustenance becomes dangerous
Food allergies among children are becoming more common. There was a 50 percent increase in the prevalence of food allergies between 1997 and 2011, according to a 2013 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study. Another 2007 study found seal and whale meat caused allergic reactions among some Alaska Natives.
Wednesday, November 23, 2016 – 40 years of Native film
Visionmaker Media is celebrating 40 years of Native filmmaking by showing 40 Native films over 40 weeks. The films featured run the gamut from Native marching bands to the protection of sacred places.
Thursday, November 24, 2016 — Hunting for meat and culture
It’s Thanksgiving—a time for reflection, feasts and family. We’re taking this time to rebroadcast one of our more popular shows on the tradition of hunting. It connects to the importance of sustenance, ceremony and celebration. What are the new traditions in your community?
Friday, November 25, 2016 – November in the News
On this Black Friday, we’re shopping around for the most interesting and important Native journalism. We’ll learn more about the Mormon Church foster care scandal on the Navajo Nation. We’ll also check in on some previous stories we’ve covered and where they currently stand. We’ll also shine the light on some Native news stories that you may have missed because of the election and Dakota Access pipeline coverage.