Mother Earth - Indigenous Voices
Aquay - Greetings: Wolf Mountain Radio
focuses on protecting Mother Earth, defending native lands and indigenous
peoples throughout the world. This program presents the situations facing
native peoples throughout the world with Native News, Interviews, Muis
Commentaries and Investigative Reports and serves to protect Sacred
Mother Earth and the traditional cultural life-ways of indigenous peoples.
Producer: Wolf Mountain Radio (Interviews, Features)
Wolf Mountain Radio at
Yat Kitischee Native American Center
1731 Sixteenth Avenue, NE
Naples, Florida, FL 34120 - USA
Internet Audio Archive
Hear selected RFPI-produced programs via
the Internet in RealAudio. In order to listen to these transmissions
you'll need a plug in for your web-browser, called RealPlayer. To download
the latest version of RealPlayer go to: http://www.real.com.
Current programming available:
Dinetah - Sacred Land
Testimony of Big Mountain Dineh-Navajoe
elder and spokeswoman Mae Tso. Presentation focuses on Dineh cultural
beliefs and concern for their sacred land. Mae Tso expresses traditional
cultural-life, and their defense of sacred land from the US government's
forced relocation effort of Dineh & Hopi people.
Presentation of Dale Marie Standing Alone
speaking on the historic nationhood of so called "Canadian Indians",
also called 1st Nations. Her presentation expresses cultural-history
and treaty relations of indigenous nations.
Interview with Native American ecologist,
journalist and cultural artist, Oannes Pritzker. Oannes expresses traditional
Native American and Indigenous Peoples concerns for a Better World.
The interview covers a range of topics, including cultural, international
relations, role of the United Nations, and native rights.
with Professor Scott Wood
Interview with professor Scott Wood, chairperson
of Radio for Peace International board of directors. Professor Wood
is an economist, environmentalist and educator. This interview shares
his concern for RFPI, and discusses his career experiences in education
and international development.
- A native American perspective on the environment
Presentation of ecologist, journalist
and cultural artist Oannes Pritzker. Oannes spoke at the National Expo
of North American Arts, Educuation, & Culture, known as Kituwah,
- native American anti-nuclear presentation
Native American presentation at 'NEW ENGLAND NO NUKES - NO DUMPS' rally.
Wabanaki spokespersons at the ClamShell Alliance-10th Anniversary SeaBrook