Anishinaabe Radio News

April Lindala discusses the efforts of Ahniwake Rose, Executive Director of the National Indian Education Association. 

April Lindala talks about award-winning Native quilter Alice Olsen Williams.

April Lindala talks about the Annual Women's Water Walk, begun by Anishinaabe grandmothers.

This week's program focuses on the work of Dr. Malia Villegas, the keynote speaker at the Native American Critical Issues Conference being held at Northern Michigan University in late March.  

April Lindala discusses a new documentary about Native artists called Rumble: The Indians Who Rock the World.

NMU student Kayla Bell has been selected as a Full Circle Fellow for 2017.  The Full Circle fellowship provides Native American students from Michigan or New Mexico the opportunity to explore a career as a filmmaker and storyteller. 

Composer Griffin Candey's choral work, Bagidaabii-Neyaashi, has its world premiere with the Marquette Symphony Orchestra on Saturday, December 17, 2016.  

This year the Australian Psychological Association apologized to aboriginal peoples for harm done by its practices.  April Lindala tells the story.

Mohawk guitarist Robbie Robertson of The Band has released a memoir entitled Testimony.

The Decolonizing Diet Project, started by Dr. Martin Reinhardt, and what it aims to achieve.