American Indian Airwaves regularly broadcast every Monday (PCT) from 8pm to 9pm
02/01/10, Monday, on American Indian Airwaves
"Cheyenne River Indigenous Nation State of Emergency, Obama’s State of the Union Speech, and Update on Bolivia”
Joe Brings Plenty (Cheyenne River Lakota Nation), Chairperson, joins us for this featured news segment to discuss the recently declared of state of emergency by the Cheyenne River Indigenous government due to recent severe blizzard and catastrophic storms that left devastated the Cheyenne River Sioux Nation). The storms and blizzards knocked down over 3,000 telephone and electric poles and damaged water lines which have resulted in scores of Indigenous people without heat, water, food and electricity for days.
Contact Information: Incident Emergency Response Center: (605)964-1313
Ron Andrade (La Jolla Nation) Director at Indian Commission for Los Angeles County, joins us for the second segment of today’s show to what President Barack Obama first State of Union speech means for Indigenous people and their respective First Nation.
Kathryn Ledebur, Andean Information Network (http://www.ain-bolivia.org/), joins us for this exclusive interview on newly re-elected, democratic, Indigenous Bolivian President, Evo Morales, the Morales Administration's policies, and the implementation of the newly voted Bolivian Constitution, which recognizes fundamental human rights of Indigenous Peoples.
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