Hownikan Podcast, highlighting Citizen Potawatomi Nation issues, members and more. Produced and distributed by the CPN Public Information Department. Hosted by Tribal member Paige Willett.
Basketball championship, PTSD and water quality testing
During this episode, the Potawatomi Fire’s coach discusses the team’s championship winning season. We also hear from some of CPN’s mental health professionals about post-traumatic stress disorder and follow the CPN Department of Environmental Protection as they perform water quality testing.
Scholarship donation, leadership program anniversary and NARCAN training
During this episode, we’ll hear from a marathon runner who donated to a Tribal scholarship fund, celebrate 20 years of the Potawatomi Leadership Program, and look at one-way CPN is making an opioid overdose reversal tactic more available.
Family farm, elders and holistic wellness
During this episode, we’ll spend time on a Tribal member’s family farm, talk with two Tribal elders for Older Americans Month and check in with FireLake Wellness Center on how they improve CPN employees’ health with a holistic approach.
2023 election candidates
During this episode, listeners meet this year’s candidates for Citizen Potawatomi Nation legislative offices for Districts 10 and 11.
Heirloom care, trains and awareness exhibit
During this episode, we’ll hear tips and tricks for keeping family heirlooms safe, take a ride on an exciting new piece of equipment for Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s industrial park, and visit an exhibit highlighting Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Native agriculture across Indian Country
Mary Belle Zook, communications director for the Indigenous Food and Agricultural Initiative, brings together her skills, passions, agricultural background and Tribal heritage each day to help Native farmers and producers.
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Bishop! Love this so much....this is so exciting. Thanks Paige for hosting such an incredible podcast for our people. Migwetch!