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57 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Roxanne Best Interview
Tom Casey interviews Roxanne Best, First Peoples Fund is offering a 16-week Native Artist Professional Development course starting the week of June 14th. The course will give Native artists the tools and support they need to better manage their art businesses and to grow as culture bearers and community leaders. Some of the class topics include the artist journey, pricing, marketing, and how to create a business plan. The free course will be online and will meet once a week through the end of September.
63 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Richie Richards / Arlo Iron Cloud Interview
Richie Richards, Oglala Lakota, jumped on the media scene like a bomb. No one expected him and even in this interview, we didn't expect that he'd interview the interviewee. Anyways, enjoy the show.
54 minutes | Nov 27, 2020
Tiana Spotted Thunder, Meadowlark
Tiana Spotted Thunder has released her second album, titled "Meadowlark". It's dedicated to her later father and we get to talk with her about inspiration and her music. Join us.
49 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
Ti'Tuwan Security Force
Lewis Grass Rope and his relatives started a neighborhood watch but its not your average group of fed up community members. They are using old teachings from their people to drive the force that governs their purpose. It's a great story join us.
60 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
Cat Clifford Bull Elk Hunt Story
Cat Clifford joins us to talk about the journey that has taken him years to even hunt properly. Listen to this conversation about elk hunting and how it pertains to Lakota way of hunting.
105 minutes | Aug 6, 2020
Mark K Tilsen Conversation
Mark Tilsen sits down with Arlo and discusses the July 3rd action in Keystone. Also, what life was like after Standing Rock and among other things, like "emergence".
47 minutes | May 12, 2020
Clay Colombe for Rapid City Area Schools
Clay Colombe is running for Rapid City area schools board. Listen to his points of interest and what he brings to the table.
34 minutes | Mar 30, 2020
Conversation with a Infectious Disease Doctor
Dr Jason Beste is a Infectious Disease Dr out of the University of Washington School of Medicine located in Seattle Washington. He's been a helpful relative to the Pine Ridge Reservation, volunteering in his early years on the reservation. Now he's here to talk with us about COVID-19 also known as the Coronavirus.
74 minutes | Mar 23, 2020
Mni Luzahan Radio Hour March 23
This week for the Mni Luzahan Radio Hour we feature Rhiannon Velazquez and Marty Two Bulls Jr. Both are outstanding people in the community of Rapid City SD. So enjoy their stories and be sure to subscribe.
53 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
Pajola Otunwahe Community Conversation (Martin S.D.)
The community of Martin S.D. organized in honor of future generations to discuss concerns from members of the town. They had a community organizer facilitate the convening and help reflect upon themselves.
62 minutes | Feb 29, 2020
Hunkpapa Elders Meeting Standing Rock
I joined the elders in Standing Rock for a convening on education. What I got was a information overload of teaching passed down for generations, all pertaining to Lakota Way. Thank you for listening.
27 minutes | Feb 16, 2020
Chris Eagle Hawk on relationships.
I got the opportunity to talk with Chris on Valentines day about relationships. It was a great conversation about a Lakota perspective on love in this day and age.
64 minutes | Feb 16, 2020
Pine Ridge Flute Society
Pine Ridge Flute Society by KILI Radio
57 minutes | Feb 13, 2020
HB 1117 Riot Boosting
HB 1117 Riot Boosting by KILI Radio
56 minutes | Feb 13, 2020
Moving Education into the Future with SB 66
Whats going on with Senate Bill 66 and what is the South Dakota Education Equality Coalition doing in support of this? Join us, we talk with representatives from NDN Collective and relatives in a talk about the introduced bill.
44 minutes | Jan 26, 2020
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe Hemp
Tribes are always trying to define their sovereignty. The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe has taken sovereignty to a new level. They have been granted clearance from the USDA to grow hemp in a state that prohibits hemp growing, South Dakota. Join us as we talk to the Tribal President Anthony Reider and Vice President Andrew Weston as they take us on a tour and history of their hemp facility.
45 minutes | Jan 24, 2020
Magpie Creative, conversation with Peter Strong
Peter and Mary have been working tirelessly with Racing Magpie LLC and the community of Rapid City has been grateful, especially the art community. Artist have had a area to create and host their work. Now, they are working on helping even more, now that they have a non-profit. Join us in this wonderful conversation with Peter Strong.
93 minutes | Jan 8, 2020
Healing from Meth with Kara Big Crow
In the mist of "Meth, we're on it" campaign in South Dakota, they're actual meth stories that need to be heard. Kara Big Crow, the director at Freedom Lodge is one of those "meth" stories. Lucky she is in a position to talk about it, so here we go. Also on the podcast is Dr Ruby Gibson of Freedom Lodge. Thank you for joining us.
28 minutes | Oct 11, 2019
Rapid City Indian Boarding School Walk Oct. 14, 2019
Awareness of the Rapid City Indian Boarding School is being memorialized by a walk that is taking place on Monday Oct. 14, 2019 at Sioux Park in Rapid City S.D. The ladies wanted to talk and remember those children that attended that school. Very tough subject.
50 minutes | Oct 8, 2019
Red Earth Running Company w/ Dirk White Breast
The Red Earth Running Company is a innovative company looking to support indigenous runners in their communities and homelands. This go around I catch Dirk and why they are supporting runners for the Crazy Horse Marathon. Listen in, also, here is the link to Red Earth Running Company. https://redearthrun.co
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