Turtle Island Project founder/director Rev. Lynn Hubbard was a guest recently (August 28, 2007) on the national Native America Calling radio show to talk about "Bordertown Racism" along with Art Neskahi, director of Southwest Intertribal Voice in Cortez, NM
The Turtle Island Project would like to thank the Cortez Journal and the Navajo Times newspapers because our video includes a few of the newspaperâ€™s photos of the 2007 Walk for Peace and Justice organized by Art Neskahi. A map of Michigan Indian tribes was created by Edwards Outdoor Marketing.
Harlan McKosato is the host and producer of the national radio show Native America Calling.
McKosato broadcasts from Studio 49 as the host of the nationally broadcast radio show Native America Calling.
To watch first half of show click the following link:
Turtle Island Project founder/director Rev. Lynn Hubbard was recent guest (August 28, 2007) on the national Native America Calling radio show to talk about "Bordertown Racism" along with Art Neskahi, director of Southwest Intertribal Voice in Cortez, NM
The Turtle Island Project thanks the Cortez Journal (John R. Crane) and the Navajo Times (Donovan Quintero) newspapers because our video includes newspaper photos of the 2007 Walk for Peace and Justice organized by Art Neskahi. A map of Michigan Indian tribes was created by Edwards Outdoor Marketing.
Harlan McKosato is the host/producer.
McKosato is a member of the Sac and Fox Nation of Oklahoma.
The show is produced at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque and airs Monday through Friday at 1PM EST.
Topic: Bordertown Racism.
The ongoing violence, hate crimes and other discriminatory actions toward Native people in reservation and village bordertowns is cresting.
But instead of fighting back with an eye-for-an-eye attitude, tribal members are seeking healing through promotion of racial tolerance and understanding.
How are false stereotypes fostering resentment of Native people, and how do Native people fight back without causing an "Indian Uprising?"
Guests are Art Neskahi of the Navajo Nation, organizer of the upcoming Walk for Peace and Justice, and Rev. Lynn Hubbard of the Eden on the Bay Lutheran Church.
Native America Calling live at 1:00pm EST on these radio stations.
KNBA-FM 90.3 Anchorage, Alaska
NV1 Albuquerque, NM
KILI 90.1 Porcupine, SD
KISU 91.1 FM Pocatello, Idaho
KGLP 91.7 FM Gallup, New Mexico
KUNM-FM 89.9 FM Albuquerque, New Mexico
KSJD 91.5 Cortez, Colorado
KSUT-FM 91.3 FM Ignacio, Colorado
KSFC 91.9 FM Spokane, Washington
WOJB-FM 88.9 FM Hayward, Wisconsin
CFIE 106.5 FM Aboriginal Voices Radio Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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