Red Road Radio Show

Red Road Radio Show This LIVE one hour news, commentary, and interview radio program examines challenges and highlights the successes in Indian Country that impact everyone
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The “Red Road Radio Show” is a news, commentary, and interview show that highlights successes and spotlights influential personalities making news in Indian Country Today. The show will also meet the challenges and issues of Native America head on by exposing these problems to the light of day, encouraging dialog, and developing partners who are best suited to making a positive difference in affected communities across the country. Hosted by Lew Hastings, founder of Native Now Foundation and former host of Gulf Coast Business Spotlight this show engages the listening audience with a call in compatible format chock full of culture and history not found in any organized educational institution curriculum and explains how Indian Country issues impact all of us. Join the Nation…along the Red Road

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02/24/2020
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Tribal Leaders Hope Large South Dakota Solar Project Becomes Model for Others -Native News Online
01/19/2020
Tribal Leaders Hope Large South Dakota Solar Project Becomes Model for Others

Tribal Leaders Hope Large South Dakota Solar Project Becomes Model for Others -Native News Online

Published Janaury 12, 2020 PINE RIDGE, S.D. — On the western edge of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, tribal officials hope a major solar energy project will help tap into the vast poten…

Saving an indigenous language from extinction -BBC News
01/18/2020
Saving an indigenous language from extinction

Saving an indigenous language from extinction -BBC News

The Sami are the only officially recognised indigenous people in the EU and some of their languages are on the brink of extinction.

Etowah Indian Mounds presents Museum Tour events -Daily Tribune News
01/18/2020
Etowah Indian Mounds presents Museum Tour events

Etowah Indian Mounds presents Museum Tour events -Daily Tribune News

Creating more “face-time” opportunities with patrons, Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site’s staff will present Museum Tour events Thursday and Jan. 22. The guided tours will be offered …

Mississippi Choctaw Mourn the Passing of Former Chief Calvin Isaac -Native News Online
01/18/2020
Mississippi Choctaw Mourn the Passing of Former Chief Calvin Isaac

Mississippi Choctaw Mourn the Passing of Former Chief Calvin Isaac -Native News Online

Published January 12, 2020 CHOCTAW, Miss. — The Mississippi Band of Choctaw announced the death of former Tribal Chief Calvin J. Issac, who served as the first tribal chief since the great Pushmath…

Diné artist first Native to lecture at St. Andrews -Native News Online
01/18/2020
Diné artist first Native to lecture at St. Andrews

Diné artist first Native to lecture at St. Andrews -Native News Online

Published January 12, 2020 WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Navajo multi-media artist Pamela J. Peters is breaking Native American stereotypes with her writing and photos – and she’s taken the battle to Scotla…

'Stumptown' helps Tantoo Cardinal make strides for indigenous actors -Sioux City Journal
01/17/2020
'Stumptown' helps Tantoo Cardinal make strides for indigenous actors

'Stumptown' helps Tantoo Cardinal make strides for indigenous actors -Sioux City Journal

Though she had significant roles in “Dances With Wolves” and “Legends of the Fall,” Cardinal never felt the tide was changing for indigenous actors until she made “Falls Around Her”

Indigenous flavours on the menu -The Daily Courier
01/17/2020
Indigenous flavours on the menu

Indigenous flavours on the menu -The Daily Courier

Traditional Syilx-Okanagan culinary fare will be on the menu as student chefs join restaurants around the region in taking part in the Dine Around Thompson Okanagan promotion this month.

RFS forms NSW's first all-Indigenous fire crews -ABC Local
01/16/2020
RFS forms NSW's first all-Indigenous fire crews

RFS forms NSW's first all-Indigenous fire crews -ABC Local

In far west of New South Wales, a very different kind of firefighting is taking place, with the Rural Fire Service using two all-Indigenous crews for the first time.

Washington State’s E-cig Flavor Band Does Not Apply on Tribal Lands - Native News Online
01/15/2020
Washington State’s E-cig Flavor Ban Does Not Apply on Tribal Lands

Washington State’s E-cig Flavor Band Does Not Apply on Tribal Lands - Native News Online

Published January 8, 2020 Governor Jay Inslee’s executive order banning all flavored vapor and THC products does not apply to businesses on tribal lands. Over the last half of 2019, the issue of va…

Native American adoption dispute puts decades-old statute on defensive - The Indiana Lawyer
01/14/2020
Native American adoption dispute puts decades-old statute on defensive - The Indiana Lawyer

Native American adoption dispute puts decades-old statute on defensive - The Indiana Lawyer

The effort that Indiana joined to overturn the Indian Child Welfare Act, which seeks to preserve Native American families, is headed for another round in appellate court as the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals prepares for a rehearing en banc following a lower court’s ruling that the 40-plus-year-old ...

01/14/2020
ACLU sues school district over 'bloody Indian' comment

ACLU sues school district over 'bloody Indian' comment - ABCNews

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico is suing the state's largest school district over a 2018 incident where a teacher allegedly cut the hair of a Native American student during class on Halloween

Global Indigenous Music Summit Readies For 2020 Edition In New Orleans -Celebrity Access ENCORE
01/14/2020
Global Indigenous Music Summit Readies For 2020 Edition In New Orleans

Global Indigenous Music Summit Readies For 2020 Edition In New Orleans -Celebrity Access ENCORE

NEW ORLEANS (CelebrityAccess) – Bringing together global Indigenous music industry, culture leaders, and artists to honor tradition and forge new paths forward, the second edition of the International Indigenous Music Summit is set to take

What the COP 25 demonstrations mean for Indigenous rights - International Cry
01/13/2020
What the COP 25 demonstrations mean for Indigenous rights

What the COP 25 demonstrations mean for Indigenous rights - International Cry

On 11 December 2019, activist demonstrations at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Madrid (COP 25) escalated into a pinnacle moment of the conference and highlighting the anger felt by climate change activists around perceived inaction of chief decision-makers and lack of proper inclusion of huma...

Tŝilhqot’in, Taseko, Province work to resolve mine dispute -Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
01/13/2020
Tŝilhqot’in, Taseko, Province work to resolve mine dispute

Tŝilhqot’in, Taseko, Province work to resolve mine dispute -Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation

The Tŝilhqot’in Nation and Taseko Mines are working with the B.C. government to reach a resolution to the long-standing conflict over the proposed New Prosperity gold-copper mine project southwest of Williams Lake.

Buy Native and Give Native All Year Long - Indigenous Nationhood
01/13/2020
Buy Native and Give Native All Year Long

Buy Native and Give Native All Year Long - Indigenous Nationhood

(Treaty Truckhouse fundraiser [top left], Rez Famous Clothing [top right], Warrior Life Clothing [bottom left], Unist'ot'en fundraiser [...

2019 Year in Review | Indigenous Environmental Network
01/13/2020
2019 Year in Review | Indigenous Environmental Network

2019 Year in Review | Indigenous Environmental Network

Please accept our deep and sincere gratitude for helping us achieve so much this year as we walk forward together towards IEN's 30th Anniversary of protecting

PODCAST: Leveraging Indigenous talent in the defence workforce – Craig Williams, Navantia Australia, and Brendan Dumbrel...
01/12/2020
PODCAST: Leveraging Indigenous talent in the defence workforce – Craig Williams, Navantia Australia, and Brendan Dumbrell and Hayden Surrao, JLB-Yaran

PODCAST: Leveraging Indigenous talent in the defence workforce – Craig Williams, Navantia Australia, and Brendan Dumbrell and Hayden Surrao, JLB-Yaran - Defence Connect

Navantia Australia and JLB-Yaran recently signed an MOU at Pacific 2019 with the intent of creating and building long-term careers for Indigenous talent in the defence industry. On this episode of

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