Native Roots Radio Network
Weekdays 6-7 PM
Our Native American talk radio show will discuss national and local Native American news and events.
Local and national guest will help us keep current with Mother Earth, Tribal and Twin Cities issues.
Native American Issues are human Issues. We invite all people to walk hand in hand with our struggles, victories and achievements.
We need to all become AWAKE.
Listen to I'm Awake weekdays from 6-7 PM and the native symposium, We're Still Here, Sundays 6-8 PM.
Ogimaa has the news; Robert Lilligren with updates from in and around Minneapolis; adopt, don’t shop.
Robert and Wendy start today’s show talking about Turtle Island news, including Line 3 and other pipelines. Also South Dakota state Senator Red Dawn Foster shares some of the work she’s been doing at the legislature as well as mask mandates and vaccination efforts. Bob Blake brings us the solar news from Solar Bear. And…
Ogimaa with today’s news; Nancy Beaulieu visits with the Youth Runners in Washington DC; Wendy has a bill from Illinois to outlaw milled pets from sale.
Ogimaa with the news; Winona LaDuke checks in from the road; Dr. Stately has his weekly visit; Wendy talks about the sad side effects of lead-based ammunition in hunting.
Ogimaa with the news; State Sen. Mary Kunesh’s Friday visit; adopt don’t shop.
Ogimaa has the news; Lasha Tilson updates on COVID in Native communities; Maureen Hackett of Howling for Wolves discusses the cruel threats to wolves and that hunts can happen anywhere.
Ogimaa starts today’s show with Turtle Island news talking about Line 3 protest events coming up, an MN350 Line 3 update on Zoom, a Guardian piece from Greg Palace on oil spills and DAPL filing a lawsuit against Unicorn Riot to hand over documents about their coverage. Then Robert Blake has the Solar News from…
Ogimaa has the news; Nancy Beaulieu’s Tuesday visit as she brings Natalie Cook and Joseph Whiteyes in to discuss what’s going on up north; Wendy updates on a poor, abused cat.
Robert and Wendy start today’s show talking with Ogimaa who gives us today’s native news. Also Maggie Lorenz of the Lower Phalen Creek Project joins for segment 2. Dr. Anthony Stately is on segments 3 and 4 talking about COVID related news and misinformation about the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
Ogimaa with news on Line 3 and PolyMet; State Sen. Mary Kunesh makes her Friday visit; Wendy talks about spring baby animals and possums.