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

Mission: Amplify Indigenous Voices

Nonprofit Hugo farm run by American Indians triples in size -Twin Cities Pioneer Press
05/13/2020
Nonprofit Hugo farm run by American Indians triples in size

Nonprofit Hugo farm run by American Indians triples in size -Twin Cities Pioneer Press

Dream of Wild Health is dreaming bigger this year — tripling the size of its American Indian-run farm in Hugo. The coronavirus has devastated the population served by the nonprofit, executive…

Indigenous Services minister calls for more inclusive COVID-19 data -CBC
05/12/2020
Indigenous Services minister calls for more inclusive COVID-19 data

Indigenous Services minister calls for more inclusive COVID-19 data -CBC

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says he wants to equip Indigenous leaders with the data they need to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, a move that would involve expanding collection efforts to include groups of people being left behind.

Seminoles fear losing culture -Enid News & Eagle
05/12/2020
Seminoles fear losing culture

Seminoles fear losing culture -Enid News & Eagle

The story of the Seminole Nation’s migration to Oklahoma from the Everglades of south Florida begins after the Second Seminole War of 1835, Band Chief Wayne Shaw said.

N.M. pueblos again struggling to survive -NWA
05/12/2020
N.M. pueblos again struggling to survive

N.M. pueblos again struggling to survive -NWA

On a dusty plaza in an American Indian village that dates back nearly a millennium, a steady trickle of vehicles inched through a pop-up coronavirus testing site.

Advocates: Brazilian government not protecting indigenous during pandemic-Crux
05/12/2020
Advocates: Brazilian government not protecting indigenous during pandemic

Advocates: Brazilian government not protecting indigenous during pandemic-Crux

Church-backed agencies are accusing the Brazilian government of doing very little to protect the country's indigenous population from being contaminated by COVID-19 and say new government measures could increase the number of farmers and loggers invading indigenous territory.

05/11/2020
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Uniting online for missing Native women, girls -Indianz.com

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'Walking the Good Red Road' takes intriguing look at Nicholas Black Elk -NCR
05/11/2020
'Walking the Good Red Road' takes intriguing look at Nicholas Black Elk

'Walking the Good Red Road' takes intriguing look at Nicholas Black Elk -NCR

An hourlong documentary about the man who could be the second Native American (after St. Kateri Tekakwitha) and first American Indian male to be canonized a saint, is airing on ABC affiliate stations ...

History of inequality making COVID-19 worse for Native Americans -San Diego Union Tribune
05/11/2020
History of inequality making COVID-19 worse for Native Americans

History of inequality making COVID-19 worse for Native Americans -San Diego Union Tribune

Native Americans suffer greater health disparities from COVID-19, due to systemic inequality that was already in place before the virus arrived in the United States

May 5 declared 'Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives Awareness Day' -Chicago Morning Star
05/11/2020
May 5 declared 'Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives Awareness Day'

May 5 declared 'Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives Awareness Day' -Chicago Morning Star

United States President Donald Trump has signed a new proclamation that has declared May 5, "Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives Awareness Day." He signed the proclamation during a trip to the Honeywell plant in Phoenix. The proclamation acknowledges the abuse sustained by the A

Why self-determination is vital for Indigenous communities to beat coronavirus | The New Leam
05/10/2020
Why self-determination is vital for Indigenous communities to beat coronavirus | The New Leam

Why self-determination is vital for Indigenous communities to beat coronavirus | The New Leam

in 1788-89, Indigenous communities had to deal with a devastating smallpox epidemic. Since then, Aboriginal people have endured wave after wave of introduced diseases. The European invaders brought with them venereal diseases, colds and influenza, tuberculosis, measles and more.

Saturday Update: 97 New Cases of COVID-19 & Two More Deaths Reported on Navajo Nation — Native News Online
05/10/2020
Saturday Update: 97 New Cases of COVID-19 & Two More Deaths Reported on Navajo Nation — Native News Online

Saturday Update: 97 New Cases of COVID-19 & Two More Deaths Reported on Navajo Nation — Native News Online

Tweet Published May 9, 2020 WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The Navajo Department of Health in coordination with the Navajo Epidemiology Center and the Navajo Area Indian Health Service, reported 97 new cases of COVID-19 for the Navajo Nation and a total of 98 deaths as of Saturday. The total number of posit...

Oglala Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribes in Showdown with South Dakota Governor Over COVID-19 Checkpoints — Native N...
05/10/2020
Oglala Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribes in Showdown with South Dakota Governor Over COVID-19 Checkpoints — Native News Online

Oglala Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribes in Showdown with South Dakota Governor Over COVID-19 Checkpoints — Native News Online

Tweet Published May 9, 2020 PIERRE, S.D. — The leaders of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and Oglala Sioux Tribe received letters from South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem on Friday telling them they need to remove the checkpoints onto their respective Indian reservations. Noem’s letters were sent t...

More nonsense from the state. What part of sovereign nation do they not understand?
05/09/2020
Noem to tribes: 'Remove the checkpoints'

More nonsense from the state. What part of sovereign nation do they not understand?

Additionally, the letter says that if the checkpoints are not removed, the state will take legal action.

Indigenous Group in Brazil Wins Decades-Long Battle Over Illegal Logging -Yale Environment 360
04/29/2020
Indigenous Group in Brazil Wins Decades-Long Battle Over Illegal Logging

Indigenous Group in Brazil Wins Decades-Long Battle Over Illegal Logging -Yale Environment 360

E360 Digest April 28, 2020 Indigenous Group in Brazil Wins Decades-Long Battle Over Illegal Logging Brazilian Attorney General Augusto Aras signs a settlement agreement between the Ashaninka indigenous community and logging companies. Antonio Augusto / Secom / PGR The Ashaninka indigenous community....

COVID-19 Cases Surpass 1 Million in Country; Navajo Nation Reports 104 Cases - Death Toll at 60 — Native News Online
04/29/2020
COVID-19 Cases Surpass 1 Million in Country; Navajo Nation Reports 104 Cases - Death Toll at 60 — Native News Online

COVID-19 Cases Surpass 1 Million in Country; Navajo Nation Reports 104 Cases - Death Toll at 60 — Native News Online

Tweet Published April 28, 2020 WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — On Tuesday, the United States surpassed one million COVID-19 cases. On Tuesday night, the Navajo Nation reported 104 new cases of the deadly coronavirus, which means the total COVID-19 cases now stand at 1,873. Also, on Tuesday evening, one more ...

04/25/2020
PBS NewsHour

There is prayer

Coronavirus infections and deaths are ripping through the Navajo Nation. Located in three different states, with an already-vulnerable population, coordinating care and information is not easy.

@TheStephSy reports.

04/12/2020
APTN National News
04/06/2020
APTN National News

APTN National News

$15 million for off-reserve, urban organizations opens Monday.

One More Confirmed COVID-19 Related Death on Navajo Nation; Death Toll Now 14 - Total Positive Cases Climb to 354 — Nati...
04/06/2020
One More Confirmed COVID-19 Related Death on Navajo Nation; Death Toll Now 14 - Total Positive Cases Climb to 354 — Native News Online

One More Confirmed COVID-19 Related Death on Navajo Nation; Death Toll Now 14 - Total Positive Cases Climb to 354 — Native News Online

Tweet Breaking News Published April 5, 2020 WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The number of new COVID-19 cases reported on Sunday evening rose by 33 on the Navajo Nation from Saturday’s number to a total of 354 number of people testing positive. There as one more confirmed COVID-19 related death on the Navaj...

Lastrealindians
04/05/2020
Lastrealindians

Lastrealindians

Tribes need to prepare now, take care of one another, the feds ain't coming

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