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Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States continue to face economic and socially discriminatory treatment leading to an economically coerced removal from their ancestral lands and to assimilation by the dominant culture. This radio show will discuss current events and historical perspectives as it pertains to the Indigenous Peoples of the world.

Latest Episodes

Red Town Radio Presents: "Apohicetv Golden 4 Creek Chief"

A three part series scheduled from August 11 thru September 21, 2019 is a show dedicated to listening to the concerns and input from all citizens. Candidate Golden especially wants to hear from the "At Large" citizens of the MCN to open communication lines. Golden firmly believes that our Nation should be asserting Self Governance and Tribal Sovereignty to provide services and have better communication with citizens that live outside the 11 county tribal boundaries known as tribal jurisdiction. Call in or come join in the chat, chat room will be open 10 minutes before the show and at least 10 minutes after, so mark your calendar. Golden 4 Creek Chief is ready to listen to YOU. Mvto!!

25 MINAUG 12
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Red Town Radio Presents: "Apohicetv Golden 4 Creek Chief"

Red Town Radio Presents: Golden 4 Creek Chief

Brenda S. Golden is running for Principal Chief of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Ms. Golden has a Bachelors in Business Administration, a Masters in Business Administration and a Juris Doctor (law degree). Tune in and call in to talk about current events around Indian Country, the State of Oklahoma and the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.

29 MINAPR 17
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Red Town Radio Presents: Golden 4 Creek Chief

Indigenous Peoples Day - OKC

Oklahoma City deserves a holiday that we can all be proud of. Indigenous Peoples' Day celebrates the thriving cultures andvalues of the Native nations within our borders--38 tribes in Oklahoma, alone. Columbus is an unquestionably problematic historical figure. He never set foot within the borders of this country, and committed atrocities that have led to countries across North & South America calling to end celebrations of his legacy. Replacing the celebration of a figure that is perceived negatively, by so many, with a celebration of Indigenous Peoples can give OKC a holiday to be proud of, and be a step in the right direction toward recognizing ongoing marginalization and social issues faced by Native communities. We need your support on Sept 27th to let City Council know that we are watching and we vote! http://www.facebook.com/ipdOKC/ #ipdOKC #IndigenousPeoplesDay #

33 MIN2016 SEP 18
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Indigenous Peoples Day - OKC

Talk of the Indian Nation

Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States continue to face economic and socially discriminatory treatment leading to an economically coerced removal from their ancestral lands and to assimilation by the dominant culture. This radio show will discuss current events and historical perspectives as it pertains to the Indigenous Peoples of the world.

33 MIN2016 JUL 25
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Talk of the Indian Nation

Talk of the Indian Nation

Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States continue to face economic and socially discriminatory treatment leading to an economically coerced removal from their ancestral lands and to assimilation by the dominant culture. This radio show will discuss current events and historical perspectives as it pertains to the Indigenous Peoples of the world.

32 MIN2016 JUL 18
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Talk of the Indian Nation

JUSTICE FOR MA-HI-VIST GOODBLANKET

Guest is Melissa Goodblanket, mother to Mah-hi-vist Goodblanket, a Cheyenne-Arapaho teen who was killed by Custer County deputies last December, 21, 2013. A rally is being planned for April 16, 2014 at the North Plaza of the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Check out Touching Cloud Goodblanket Cause/ Mah hi vist/ Red Birdhttp://www.facebook.com/TouchingCloudGoodblanket for more info. Now that the autopsy was released Friday, March 21, 2014, Wilbur and Melissa Goodblanket await news on whether or not there will be any charges brought against two Custer County sheriff deputies who shot and killed their 18-year-old teenager son, Mah-hi-vist “Red Bird” Goodblanket, on December 21, 2013. Ma-hi-vist'sbirthday is April 11. The autopsy report findings indicate the teen was shot seven times with wounds to his head, torso, and right upper arm. Goodblanket was also shot two times by a taser gun.The manner of death is listed as a homicide in the autopsy repo...

54 MIN2014 APR 14
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JUSTICE FOR MA-HI-VIST GOODBLANKET

Talking Wellness with Chance Lee Rush

Founder of Cloudboy Consulting, L.L.C., Chance Rush is sought out nationally for speaking engagements, workshops, comedy shows and as a life coach among other specialties. The core of his work is about helping Native people reach inside themselves to accomplish great things personally and for the community. It begins with taking care of the self. Growing up in Pawhuska, Rush (Three Affiliated Tribes-Hidatsa/Dakota/Arapaho/Otoe/Oneida) is a Tulsa resident. After earning his degree from Oklahoma Baptist University, Rush took the usual routes to support his family, but he always wanted to be a motivator and consultant. Soon he was asked to visit schools, churches and various conferences and communities to promote healthy living and advocate for unity in family and communities. Rush tours the country giving motivational speeches, primarily to Native American youth groups, "hoping that I can make a difference in someone's life". He grew up surrounded by racism, alcoholism, poverty and de...

65 MIN2014 FEB 10
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Talking Wellness with Chance Lee Rush

The Just2Keen Chadwick Tahchawwickah

Citizen of the Comanche Nation, Chad Tahchawwickah brings his own style of Indian Humor to any situation. As CEO of Just2Keen Chad uses comedy to address top issues in Indian Country. He knows how to bring it home, whether it be alcohol abuse, drugs, poverty or fry bread and eating. Not only does Chad do stand up comedy, he sings Comanche hymns and is part of the drum Wild Band of Comanches. His latest cd is on CD Baby at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/chadtahchawwickah where you can hear a sample of his singing as well. Other contacts for Chad are: twitter.com/ComancheChad www.linkedin.com/pub/chad-tahchawwickah/48/b87/149 www.facebook.com/chad.tahchawwickah Tune in for a fun hour on Red Town Radio.

57 MIN2014 JAN 27
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The Just2Keen Chadwick Tahchawwickah

RTR Presents: Margo Gray for Osage Chief

Margo Gray announced her Campaign for the Office of the Principal Chief of the Osage Nation in December 2013. A citizen of the Osage Nation, she is the President of Margo Gray and Associates. Ms. Gray is the former Chairwoman for the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, she currently serves on the National Board of Directors of Big Brothers and Sisters, is a board member of the American Indian Business Network, board member for the National Indian Gaming Association, co-chair for the Economic Development Sub-Committee for the National Congress of American Indians, Treasurer of the United Indian Nations of Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas, and active member of Women Empowering Women for Indian Nations, among her work with many other organizations. Ms. Gray believes people need a leader who not only will fight and stand strong for tribal sovereignty, but who will also be a champion of the Osage citizenry and a peacemaker - someone with energy, passion, and vision; som...

72 MIN2014 JAN 13
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RTR Presents: Margo Gray for Osage Chief

Divide and Conquer - Playing the Colonizer's Game

Join hostess Brenda Golden and guest Majick Ravenhawk as they discuss what "Divide and Conquer" means and does in Indian Country. From the very beginning of colonizers invading this land, their strategy to divide and conquer the indigenous populations was effective. That strategy is a learned behavior that Indian Country has adopted subconsciously partially because of historical trauma and lateral violence. . Historical trauma has a significant impact on the physical, emotional and spiritual well being of Native Americans. At the core of Native American psychology, historical trauma manifests itself in the social and personal issues prevalent in our communities including substance abuse, mental health problems, domestic violence, child abuse, depression, anger, and loneliness. Our people have been oppressed for a very long time and, now some of our own people have become the oppressors. This is called lateral violence. The most common behaviors associated with lateral violence that ...

65 MIN2014 JAN 6
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Divide and Conquer - Playing the Colonizer's Game

Latest Episodes

Red Town Radio Presents: "Apohicetv Golden 4 Creek Chief"

A three part series scheduled from August 11 thru September 21, 2019 is a show dedicated to listening to the concerns and input from all citizens. Candidate Golden especially wants to hear from the "At Large" citizens of the MCN to open communication lines. Golden firmly believes that our Nation should be asserting Self Governance and Tribal Sovereignty to provide services and have better communication with citizens that live outside the 11 county tribal boundaries known as tribal jurisdiction. Call in or come join in the chat, chat room will be open 10 minutes before the show and at least 10 minutes after, so mark your calendar. Golden 4 Creek Chief is ready to listen to YOU. Mvto!!

25 MINAUG 12
Comments
Red Town Radio Presents: "Apohicetv Golden 4 Creek Chief"

Red Town Radio Presents: Golden 4 Creek Chief

Brenda S. Golden is running for Principal Chief of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. Ms. Golden has a Bachelors in Business Administration, a Masters in Business Administration and a Juris Doctor (law degree). Tune in and call in to talk about current events around Indian Country, the State of Oklahoma and the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.

29 MINAPR 17
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Red Town Radio Presents: Golden 4 Creek Chief

Indigenous Peoples Day - OKC

Oklahoma City deserves a holiday that we can all be proud of. Indigenous Peoples' Day celebrates the thriving cultures andvalues of the Native nations within our borders--38 tribes in Oklahoma, alone. Columbus is an unquestionably problematic historical figure. He never set foot within the borders of this country, and committed atrocities that have led to countries across North & South America calling to end celebrations of his legacy. Replacing the celebration of a figure that is perceived negatively, by so many, with a celebration of Indigenous Peoples can give OKC a holiday to be proud of, and be a step in the right direction toward recognizing ongoing marginalization and social issues faced by Native communities. We need your support on Sept 27th to let City Council know that we are watching and we vote! http://www.facebook.com/ipdOKC/ #ipdOKC #IndigenousPeoplesDay #

33 MIN2016 SEP 18
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Indigenous Peoples Day - OKC

Talk of the Indian Nation

Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States continue to face economic and socially discriminatory treatment leading to an economically coerced removal from their ancestral lands and to assimilation by the dominant culture. This radio show will discuss current events and historical perspectives as it pertains to the Indigenous Peoples of the world.

33 MIN2016 JUL 25
Comments
Talk of the Indian Nation

Talk of the Indian Nation

Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States continue to face economic and socially discriminatory treatment leading to an economically coerced removal from their ancestral lands and to assimilation by the dominant culture. This radio show will discuss current events and historical perspectives as it pertains to the Indigenous Peoples of the world.

32 MIN2016 JUL 18
Comments
Talk of the Indian Nation

JUSTICE FOR MA-HI-VIST GOODBLANKET

Guest is Melissa Goodblanket, mother to Mah-hi-vist Goodblanket, a Cheyenne-Arapaho teen who was killed by Custer County deputies last December, 21, 2013. A rally is being planned for April 16, 2014 at the North Plaza of the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Check out Touching Cloud Goodblanket Cause/ Mah hi vist/ Red Birdhttp://www.facebook.com/TouchingCloudGoodblanket for more info. Now that the autopsy was released Friday, March 21, 2014, Wilbur and Melissa Goodblanket await news on whether or not there will be any charges brought against two Custer County sheriff deputies who shot and killed their 18-year-old teenager son, Mah-hi-vist “Red Bird” Goodblanket, on December 21, 2013. Ma-hi-vist'sbirthday is April 11. The autopsy report findings indicate the teen was shot seven times with wounds to his head, torso, and right upper arm. Goodblanket was also shot two times by a taser gun.The manner of death is listed as a homicide in the autopsy repo...

54 MIN2014 APR 14
Comments
JUSTICE FOR MA-HI-VIST GOODBLANKET

Talking Wellness with Chance Lee Rush

Founder of Cloudboy Consulting, L.L.C., Chance Rush is sought out nationally for speaking engagements, workshops, comedy shows and as a life coach among other specialties. The core of his work is about helping Native people reach inside themselves to accomplish great things personally and for the community. It begins with taking care of the self. Growing up in Pawhuska, Rush (Three Affiliated Tribes-Hidatsa/Dakota/Arapaho/Otoe/Oneida) is a Tulsa resident. After earning his degree from Oklahoma Baptist University, Rush took the usual routes to support his family, but he always wanted to be a motivator and consultant. Soon he was asked to visit schools, churches and various conferences and communities to promote healthy living and advocate for unity in family and communities. Rush tours the country giving motivational speeches, primarily to Native American youth groups, "hoping that I can make a difference in someone's life". He grew up surrounded by racism, alcoholism, poverty and de...

65 MIN2014 FEB 10
Comments
Talking Wellness with Chance Lee Rush

The Just2Keen Chadwick Tahchawwickah

Citizen of the Comanche Nation, Chad Tahchawwickah brings his own style of Indian Humor to any situation. As CEO of Just2Keen Chad uses comedy to address top issues in Indian Country. He knows how to bring it home, whether it be alcohol abuse, drugs, poverty or fry bread and eating. Not only does Chad do stand up comedy, he sings Comanche hymns and is part of the drum Wild Band of Comanches. His latest cd is on CD Baby at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/chadtahchawwickah where you can hear a sample of his singing as well. Other contacts for Chad are: twitter.com/ComancheChad www.linkedin.com/pub/chad-tahchawwickah/48/b87/149 www.facebook.com/chad.tahchawwickah Tune in for a fun hour on Red Town Radio.

57 MIN2014 JAN 27
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The Just2Keen Chadwick Tahchawwickah

RTR Presents: Margo Gray for Osage Chief

Margo Gray announced her Campaign for the Office of the Principal Chief of the Osage Nation in December 2013. A citizen of the Osage Nation, she is the President of Margo Gray and Associates. Ms. Gray is the former Chairwoman for the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, she currently serves on the National Board of Directors of Big Brothers and Sisters, is a board member of the American Indian Business Network, board member for the National Indian Gaming Association, co-chair for the Economic Development Sub-Committee for the National Congress of American Indians, Treasurer of the United Indian Nations of Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas, and active member of Women Empowering Women for Indian Nations, among her work with many other organizations. Ms. Gray believes people need a leader who not only will fight and stand strong for tribal sovereignty, but who will also be a champion of the Osage citizenry and a peacemaker - someone with energy, passion, and vision; som...

72 MIN2014 JAN 13
Comments
RTR Presents: Margo Gray for Osage Chief

Divide and Conquer - Playing the Colonizer's Game

Join hostess Brenda Golden and guest Majick Ravenhawk as they discuss what "Divide and Conquer" means and does in Indian Country. From the very beginning of colonizers invading this land, their strategy to divide and conquer the indigenous populations was effective. That strategy is a learned behavior that Indian Country has adopted subconsciously partially because of historical trauma and lateral violence. . Historical trauma has a significant impact on the physical, emotional and spiritual well being of Native Americans. At the core of Native American psychology, historical trauma manifests itself in the social and personal issues prevalent in our communities including substance abuse, mental health problems, domestic violence, child abuse, depression, anger, and loneliness. Our people have been oppressed for a very long time and, now some of our own people have become the oppressors. This is called lateral violence. The most common behaviors associated with lateral violence that ...

65 MIN2014 JAN 6
Comments
Divide and Conquer - Playing the Colonizer's Game