Monday, October 31, 2016 — Looking for ghosts in Native places
When it’s dark outside—and even darker inside—it’s prime time for the Native American Paranormal Project. They’re ghost hunters trying to gather evidence spirits in Native communities for their show, “The Other Side”. For this Halloween show, we find out what they’re after from spiritual realm and how they tap into their traditional understanding of the afterlife.
Tuesday, November 2, 2016 – A win for Chief Wahoo?
The Cleveland Indians appearance in the World Series brought new attention to another aspect of their organization: a name and logo that many people find offensive. Will the momentum of baseball’s biggest event dampen or help efforts to change the name?
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 — How do you deal with a bully?
Bullies can make life miserable for children and adults. For the victims, the negative effects of bullying, like anxiety and depression, can last a lifetime. And cyber bullies sometimes do damage anonymously on social media and a variety of other ways.
Thursday, November 3, 2016 – Should all ivory be banned?
A recent law in California prohibits the sale of ivory which may have an effect on Alaska Native artists that use walrus ivory. The Marine Mammal Act of 1972 allows the interstate sale of walrus ivory crafts if they are made by Alaska Natives. But the law in California creates confusion about the legality of walrus ivory.
Friday, November 4, 2016 – November Book of the Month: “All The Real Indians Died Off” by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker set out to bust some of the most common myths about Native nations. Each chapter of “All the Real Indians Died Off” takes on different issues that have had negative effects on Native life and at times have posed to present Native Americans and Alaska Natives as invisible people in the collective conciseness.