National Native News provides listeners with relevant, timely coverage of Native and Indigenous issues and stories. The program began in 1987 and is currently produced in Albuquerque, New Mexico. NNN appeals to listeners who are engaged in the world around them and seek out a broader range of viewpoints. NNN is distributed by Native Voice One (NV1) and can be heard on radio stations across the U.S. and Canada as well as 24/7 on NativeNews.net.
Friday, December 8, 2023
Substance abuse, mental health prioritized during WH summit day 2
Wind River Food Sovereignty Project gets 30 acres for farm and garden
Thursday, December 7, 2023
White House Tribal Nations Summit kicks off in Washington
Alaska mourns loss of Haida elder Fred Hamilton Sr at age 102
Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Sec Haaland highlights $45b budget invested in Indian Country
All-Native film 'Frybread Face And Me' becomes big hit on Netflix
Tuesday, December 5, 2023
Navajo Nation Council pays tribute to SCOTUS Justice O'Connor
Columbia River virtual conference highlights major watershed issues
Suicides involving firearms see sharp increase of Native victims
Monday, December 4, 2023
KC fan's Native heritage used to defend headdress and face paint
Tribes testify about importance of historic preservation funding
NNN contributor Martin, 72, saluted by her peers and former colleagues
Friday, December 1, 2023
No response yet from MT governor on state's Flathead policing plan
Sec Haaland prioritizes MMIP work as part of WH Tribal Leaders Summit
Confirmed: Native Hawaiian Judge Park makes federal court history
Did you know Brett Kavenaugh has some bad views on Native sovereignty? Cause this is the only news source I heard that mentioned. Anyway great podcast, short, but I like it that way.
Short but informative!
Very often, I hear a passing mention in the mainstream news of an issue I’ve already heard covered in more depth here. These stories are so important, and I wish every American were hearing them.
National Native News
The podcast is quite short - 5 minutes, but is packed full of information. It’s great to hear about news from other states about tribal and Native happenings.