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Native Voice One (NV1) educates, advocates, and celebrates Indigenous life and culture by providing radio programs and podcasts from a Native point of view.

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Native Voice One (NV1) educates, advocates, and celebrates Indigenous life and culture by providing radio programs and podcasts from a Native point of view.

    DeCoded: The Untold Stories of Native Veterans Whose Tribal Languages Helped Win WWII

    DeCoded: The Untold Stories of Native Veterans Whose Tribal Languages Helped Win WWII

    The government that tried to destroy Indigenous culture used it as a weapon on the battlefield. Most of the men who had been sworn to secrecy during the war kept those secrets as long as they lived. But their families and tribal communities remember.







    Host Travis Zimmerman helps tell two stories: One about Lex Porter, an Ojibwe speaking code talker from Grand Portage and a member of the Fond du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa (Nagaajiwanaang); the other about Reuben St. Clair, a Dakota speaking coder talker from the Lower Sioux Indian Community (Mdewakanton).







    The World War Two code talker program was declassified in 1968. The public learned about Navajo (or Diné) Marines who were deployed in the Pacific Theater. Then, in 2008, Congress passed the Code Talker Recognition Act to acknowledge other tribes whose languages had been used in the war. In 2013 it honored tribal leaders and families from 33 tribal nations. We'll never know the numbers of actual code talkers, but the stories they shared are still being told.







    Special thanks:Gary Robinson at Tribal Eye ProductionsTravis Zimmerman, Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior ChippewaFreedom Porter, Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior ChippewaDarlene St. Clair, Lower Sioux Dakota OyateMoira (“meer ree”) Villiard (“vill-yerd”), Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior ChippewaAllison Waukau (“wah-kaw”), Menominee/NavajoLaurie Stern, producer







    DeCoded is produced by Minnesota Native News & Ampers, Diverse Radio

    • 28 min
    Alaska’s Native Voice – The Intersection between MMIP, Justice, Historical Trauma and Healing

    Alaska’s Native Voice – The Intersection between MMIP, Justice, Historical Trauma and Healing

    Today, we’re talking about justice and healing - in its many different forms. Alaska Natives and American Indians have been disproportionately affected by the legacy of boarding schools, and continue to struggle with high numbers of murdered and missing people. What do efforts to address some of these issues look like? From the US Justice Department, to local ceremonies that garner national attention -join us for a discussion on healing from all angles. 







    Alaska’s Native Voice (ANV), now in its 12th year, is hosted by National Native News anchor Antonia Gonzales with freelance producer Emily Schwing. The program highlights guests and recorded voices from AFN attendees, and engages in conversation about top issues facing Alaska Native communities across the state including climate issues, education, and language and culture.

    • 58 min
    Alaska’s Native Voice – What is the Future of AFN & And how is tribal leadership changing in Alaska ? 

    Alaska’s Native Voice – What is the Future of AFN & And how is tribal leadership changing in Alaska ? 

    The Alaska Federation of Natives is the largest representative organization of Alaska Natives in the world. But over the past few years, it's been changing in structure and in leadership. Today we are discussing AFN's future as the organization goes through a strategic planning process and as tensions around climate change, subsistence fishing and representation simmer among Alaska's Indigenous organizations.







    Alaska’s Native Voice (ANV), now in its 12th year, is hosted by National Native News anchor Antonia Gonzales with freelance producer Emily Schwing. The program highlights guests and recorded voices from AFN attendees, and engages in conversation about top issues facing Alaska Native communities across the state including climate issues, education, and language and culture.

    • 58 min
    2023 AFN Newscast – October 20, 2023

    2023 AFN Newscast – October 20, 2023

    A five-minute newscast focused on activity at the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention, anchored by Jill Fratis.

    2023 AFN Newscast – October 19, 2023

    2023 AFN Newscast – October 19, 2023

    A five-minute newscast focused on activity at the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention, anchored by Jill Fratis.

    • 5 min
    “Championship of Champions”2023 Indian Relay Horse Racing, Day 3

    “Championship of Champions”2023 Indian Relay Horse Racing, Day 3

    Blackfeet Indian relay horse racing team Carlson Relay won the Championship of Champions September 24, 2023 in Casper, Wyoming. The jockey, 35 year old Chaz Racine, lead the team to victory in the $100,000.00 event hosted by the Northern Arapaho’s Wind River Casino and Hotel. We have results of Championship Sunday and a word with the champ.















    Fort Pierre, SD – The 10th Annual HNIRC Championship of Champions was held at the Stanley County Fairgrounds Sept. 22-24, 2023.







    America’s oldest known competition, Indian Relay is exploding onto the western sporting scene as the most exciting extreme sport! The Championships are the culmination grueling competitions between Native Americans and First Nations of Canada athletes.







    The 2023 Championship of Champions may be the largest gathering to ever witness Indian Horse Relay, with the best inter-tribal competition ever assembled.

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