Sunday, June 03, 2007

Indigenous Politics: Summer Schedule

From Kehaulani Kauanui:

Greetings, My radio program has a new time slot for the summer season:
Friday from 4-5pm EST. Starting this Friday, May 25, and for the rest of
the summer, all fifteen shows from the Spring season will be broadcast
during this new time slot. SEE BELOW FOR A FULL SCHEDULE. You can listen
online LIVE when they air at: Mahalo, Kehaulani

Please tune in each Friday from 4-5pm (Eastern Standard Time) for
on WESU (88.1 FM), Middletown, Connecticut
with host J. Kehaulani Kauanui
Listen online via LIVE stream from WESU website:

Friday, May 25: Suzan Shown Harjo (Cheyenne & Hodulgee Muscogee) President
and Executive Director of The Morning Star Institute, discusses the state
of Indian Country on Capitol Hill.

Friday, June 1: Richard Velky (Schaghticoke) Chief of the Schaghticoke
Tribal Nation on the politics of their struggle for federal recognition
and the role of the state of Connecticut in opposing them;

Friday, June 8: Randolph Lewis, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Oklahoma
University, and author of, Alanis Obomsawin: The Vision of a Native
Filmmaker, the first book devoted to any Native filmmaker;

Friday, June 15: J. Kehaulani Kauanui, Ph.D. (Kanaka Maoli) offers an
overview of Hawaiian sovereignty politics;

Friday, June 22: Robert J. Miller (citizen of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of
Oklahoma) Associate Professor, Lewis & Clark Law School, and author of new
book, Native America, Discovered and Conquered: Thomas Jefferson, Lewis &
Clark, and Manifest Destiny;

Friday, June 29: David Cornsilk (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma) discusses
the recent vote at Cherokee Nation to disenfranchise the Freedman
descendants and the history of Cherokee slave holding, citizenship, and
sovereignty issues;

Friday, July 6: Ned Blackhawk, Ph.D. (Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone),
Associate Professor of History and American Indian Studies at the
University of Wisconsin, Madison, and author of new book, Violence over
the Land: Indians and Empires in the Early American West;

Friday, July 13: Richard Anguksuar LaFortune (Yup'ik), Director, 2SPR- Two
Spirit Press Room, a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Native media
& cultural literacy project;

Friday, July 20: Dale Turner, Ph.D. (Temagami First Nation in Northern
Ontario, Canada), Associate Professor of Government and American Indian
Studies at Dartmouth College, author of new book, This is Not a Peace
Pipe: Towards a Critical Indigenous Philosophy;

Friday, July 27: Brian Baguck Wescott, Ph.D. (Koyukon and Yup'ik nations),
is a co-producer, filmmaker, and actor currently producing and acts in the
docudrama, "We Are Still Here," an educational biopic about Cahuilla elder
Katherine Siva Saubel from Banning, CA, and also has a major documentary
series in development, tentatively titled "The 20th Century Indian Show,"
which will be written by novelist Thomas King, and directed by Chris Eyre;

Friday, August 3: Host J. Kehaulani Kauanui, Ph.D. (Kanaka Maoli) offers
an overview of current political issues facing tribal nations in New
England and the role of the states in opposing their quest for sovereign

Friday, August 10: Sarah Deer (Muscogee) attorney who serves as a Victim
Advocacy Legal Specialist for the Tribal Law & Policy Institute in Saint
Paul, Minnesota discusses a report just released by Amnesty International
USA on April 24, 2007, titled, "Maze of Injustice: The Failure to Protect
Indigenous Women From Sexual Violence in the USA".

Friday, August 17: J. Kehaulani Kauanui (Kanaka Maoli), Ph.D. discusses a
proposal awaiting a vote in the US Senate for the federal recognition of
Native Hawaiians as a domestic dependent governing entity.


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At 6:55 AM, Blogger pinetorch said...

Hi, I'm wondering if your radio shows are podcasted? I'm interested in the upcoming July 20 show with Dale Turner.


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