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Native American Radio

ON IDEAS 89.5 HD3 – Every Saturday night, Ideas 89.5 HD3 broadcasts three Native American programs. Voices from the Circle features native news, music, issues, entertainment and storytelling from reservations and urban communities. American Indian Living focuses on health issues in Indian country. On Rezervations with Dawn Karima, hear insightful discussions with fascinating Native American artists, authors, musicians, educators, and thinkers.

Voices from the Circle - Saturday evenings at 9:00 pm
This weekly program highlights Native news, music, issues, entertainment and storytelling from reservations and urban communities. Co-hosts Jim DeNomie (Bad River Chippewa), Barbara Jersey (Menominee/Potawatomi) and Shadow (Radio Dog) bring you traditional and contemporary Native music, entertainment, storytelling, poetry, powwow trail information, and a calendar of events with an emphasis on the Western Great Lakes, Canada and North East. Learn More

American Indian Living - Saturday evenings at 10:00 pm
American Indian Living is a weekly talk show focusing on health issues in Indian country. The live talk show was developed for radio by the Native Education and Health Initiative, a non-profit organization providing comprehensive services for the health needs of American Indians through education. The show covers a broad range of health issues, viewed in a holistic way in keeping with traditional Native perspectives. Acting as show host is David DeRose M.D., president of the Oklahoma-based CompassHealth, Inc.

He has worked closely with many Native Americans including tribal leaders in an attempt to help address health problems in Indian Country. His treatment strategies are based on natural therapies that provide new hope for conditions like diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity. Learn More

Rezervations with Dawn Karima - Saturday evenings at 11:00 pm
Dawn Karima Pettigrew (Creek/Cherokee) hosts this one-hour weekly program that features lively, insightful discussions with fascinating Native American artists, authors, musicians, educators, media professionals and thinkers. Each episode features interviews with individuals who are active in media, arts, culture and education.
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