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NATIVE REPORT

Tuesday, March 5th

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On this edition of Native Report... We meet Norman Deschampe, Chairman of the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. We then meet Joyce LaPorte, a maker of traditional Ojibwe faceless dolls. And meet Richard Smith and his sister Bertha Christensen, both of whom served in the military during World War II. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Friday, March 8th

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Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We meet Norman Deschampe, Chairman of the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. We then meet Joyce LaPorte, a maker of traditional Ojibwe faceless dolls. And meet Richard Smith and his sister Bertha Christensen, both of whom served in the military during World War II. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Saturday, March 9th

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Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We meet Norman Deschampe, Chairman of the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. We then meet Joyce LaPorte, a maker of traditional Ojibwe faceless dolls. And meet Richard Smith and his sister Bertha Christensen, both of whom served in the military during World War II. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Sunday, March 10th

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On this edition of Native Report... We learn about the response by the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa's Health and Human Services to the Covid-19 pandemic. We look at the impact of the pandemic on the economy of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. And then we learn of how the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe's educational administrators and teachers are dealing with online distance learning. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Tuesday, March 12th

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On this edition of Native Report... We travel to the Kansas City, Missouri and visit the Kansas City Indian Center. We then meet Commander John Harrington, the very first Native American to fly in space. And then we meet ethnobotanist Linda Black Elk. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Friday, March 15th

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Runtime: 00:27:43
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On this edition of Native Report... We travel to the Kansas City, Missouri and visit the Kansas City Indian Center. We then meet Commander John Harrington, the very first Native American to fly in space. And then we meet ethnobotanist Linda Black Elk. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Saturday, March 16th

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Runtime: 00:27:43
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On this edition of Native Report... We travel to the Kansas City, Missouri and visit the Kansas City Indian Center. We then meet Commander John Harrington, the very first Native American to fly in space. And then we meet ethnobotanist Linda Black Elk. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Sunday, March 17th

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Native Ways: Health and Medicine

Native Report's Dr. Arne Vainio will host a special segment on suicide; Matthew Teutimez, the tribal biologist of the Gabrieleno-Kizh tribe, battles a blood disorder and champions herbal medicine to treat himself and elders.

Tuesday, March 19th

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On this edition of Native Report... We attend the grand opening of the Thunderbird-Wren Halfway House, a recovery program for men and women. We then learn about what role a doula plays before, during, and shortly after the birth of a child. And we meet Thomas Peacock, who found a new career in retirement as an author, editor and publisher. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Friday, March 22nd

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On this edition of Native Report... We attend the grand opening of the Thunderbird-Wren Halfway House, a recovery program for men and women. We then learn about what role a doula plays before, during, and shortly after the birth of a child. And we meet Thomas Peacock, who found a new career in retirement as an author, editor and publisher. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Saturday, March 23rd

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Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We attend the grand opening of the Thunderbird-Wren Halfway House, a recovery program for men and women. We then learn about what role a doula plays before, during, and shortly after the birth of a child. And we meet Thomas Peacock, who found a new career in retirement as an author, editor and publisher. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Sunday, March 24th

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Pandemic Times: Language Learning, Helping Others

Language instructor Brian Kingfisher of the College of St. Scholastica navigates new ways of teaching the Ojibwe language during the pandemic; grassroots groups help unsheltered Native people amid COVID-19.

Tuesday, March 26th

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On this edition of Native Report... We visit the offices of Damber, Scott, Gerzina, and Wagner, an architectural firm known for its work across Indian Country. Wethen interview children's book author Cheryl Minnema. And then we visit the Indian Health Board of Minneapolis. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Friday, March 29th

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Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We visit the offices of Damber, Scott, Gerzina, and Wagner, an architectural firm known for its work across Indian Country. Wethen interview children's book author Cheryl Minnema. And then we visit the Indian Health Board of Minneapolis. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Saturday, March 30th

9:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We visit the offices of Damber, Scott, Gerzina, and Wagner, an architectural firm known for its work across Indian Country. Wethen interview children's book author Cheryl Minnema. And then we visit the Indian Health Board of Minneapolis. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Sunday, March 31st

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Focus On Indigenous Women Or Mothers of Mother Earth

Interview with Tammy Suomi, mother of Fond du Lac tribal member Jackie Defoe, who was killed in March 2020 along with her young son; Tewa Women United in New Mexico, and their vision to end violence against women, girls, and Mother Earth.

Tuesday, April 2nd

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On this edition of Native Report... We look at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Native communities. Wethen interview two Native American journalists and learn about how they're reporting on the Covid-19 pandemic. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Friday, April 5th

7:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We look at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Native communities. Wethen interview two Native American journalists and learn about how they're reporting on the Covid-19 pandemic. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Saturday, April 6th

9:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We look at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Native communities. Wethen interview two Native American journalists and learn about how they're reporting on the Covid-19 pandemic. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Sunday, April 7th

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Tagging Along: Native Artists, Crafters

Painters Moira Villiard and Michelle Defoe complete a mural project with Anishinaabe symbolism; Thomas Howes creates lacrosse sticks.

Tuesday, April 9th

3:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We learn about the response by the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa's Health and Human Services to the Covid-19 pandemic. We look at the impact of the pandemic on the economy of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. And then we learn of how the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe's educational administrators and teachers are dealing with online distance learning. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Friday, April 12th

7:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We learn about the response by the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa's Health and Human Services to the Covid-19 pandemic. We look at the impact of the pandemic on the economy of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. And then we learn of how the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe's educational administrators and teachers are dealing with online distance learning. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Saturday, April 13th

9:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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On this edition of Native Report... We learn about the response by the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa's Health and Human Services to the Covid-19 pandemic. We look at the impact of the pandemic on the economy of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. And then we learn of how the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe's educational administrators and teachers are dealing with online distance learning. We also learn what we can do to lead healthier lives and hear from our Elders on this edition of Native Report.

Sunday, April 14th

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Behind The Scenes

Native student shares beginnings of a journey into the medical field in pandemic times; learn more about Native Report hosts Rita Aspinwall and Ernie Stevens.

Tuesday, April 16th

3:30pm on
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Native Ways: Health and Medicine

Native Report's Dr. Arne Vainio will host a special segment on suicide; Matthew Teutimez, the tribal biologist of the Gabrieleno-Kizh tribe, battles a blood disorder and champions herbal medicine to treat himself and elders.

Friday, April 19th

7:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:47
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Native Ways: Health and Medicine

Native Report's Dr. Arne Vainio will host a special segment on suicide; Matthew Teutimez, the tribal biologist of the Gabrieleno-Kizh tribe, battles a blood disorder and champions herbal medicine to treat himself and elders.

Saturday, April 20th

9:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:47
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Native Ways: Health and Medicine

Native Report's Dr. Arne Vainio will host a special segment on suicide; Matthew Teutimez, the tribal biologist of the Gabrieleno-Kizh tribe, battles a blood disorder and champions herbal medicine to treat himself and elders.

Sunday, April 21st

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Remembering Residential Schools, Language Education

Orange Shirt Day, an annual remembrance of the harm of Canada's residential school system; professors of the Ojibwe and Dakota languages discuss the importance of preserving the languages.

Tuesday, April 23rd

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Pandemic Times: Language Learning, Helping Others

Language instructor Brian Kingfisher of the College of St. Scholastica navigates new ways of teaching the Ojibwe language during the pandemic; grassroots groups help unsheltered Native people amid COVID-19.

Friday, April 26th

7:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Pandemic Times: Language Learning, Helping Others

Language instructor Brian Kingfisher of the College of St. Scholastica navigates new ways of teaching the Ojibwe language during the pandemic; grassroots groups help unsheltered Native people amid COVID-19.

Saturday, April 27th

9:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Pandemic Times: Language Learning, Helping Others

Language instructor Brian Kingfisher of the College of St. Scholastica navigates new ways of teaching the Ojibwe language during the pandemic; grassroots groups help unsheltered Native people amid COVID-19.

Sunday, April 28th

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Runtime: 00:26:46
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Mother Earth

Gabrieleno Band of Mission Indians fights for federal recognition and full access to sacred sites in CA; Native demonstrators stand against the Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Replacement Project in MN; Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe reflects on the U.S. returning land to them.

Tuesday, April 30th

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Focus On Indigenous Women Or Mothers of Mother Earth

Interview with Tammy Suomi, mother of Fond du Lac tribal member Jackie Defoe, who was killed in March 2020 along with her young son; Tewa Women United in New Mexico, and their vision to end violence against women, girls, and Mother Earth.

Friday, May 3rd

7:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Focus On Indigenous Women Or Mothers of Mother Earth

Interview with Tammy Suomi, mother of Fond du Lac tribal member Jackie Defoe, who was killed in March 2020 along with her young son; Tewa Women United in New Mexico, and their vision to end violence against women, girls, and Mother Earth.

Saturday, May 4th

9:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Focus On Indigenous Women Or Mothers of Mother Earth

Interview with Tammy Suomi, mother of Fond du Lac tribal member Jackie Defoe, who was killed in March 2020 along with her young son; Tewa Women United in New Mexico, and their vision to end violence against women, girls, and Mother Earth.