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1993-02-27 Segment 2.mp3
Dan and Mary Lou tell listeners about upcoming events in and around the London, Ontario area. Dan also shares news that today is the 20th anniversary since members of the American Indian Movement occupied Wounded Knee on Pineridge Reservation.

1998-09-05 Segment 2.mp3
Dan and Mary Lou Smoke present a review of the film “Smoke Signals”, signaling the importance of this film being the first major film created about Indigenous peoples, by Indigenous peoples. Mary Lou teaches listeners about the artists featured on…

1992-05-09 Segment 1.mp3
Dan Smoke relays news that, after a lengthy process, the jury selection has been made for the trial on the 1990 Oka crisis. Dan exclaims that this was one of the longest jury selection processes in Canadian history. Dan also shares details about his…

1991-08-17 Segment 2.mp3
Dan Smoke and John Turner discuss the Stony Point First Nations reaffirming their land base and ways that community members can get involved in supporting Indigenous initiatives. A list of supportive agencies in London is also shared.

1991-06-13 Segment 2.mp3
Mark Beachey discusses his music and an upcoming release of a new tape. Dan Smoke speaks with Lee Crowchild and Quentin Pipestem about their warm welcome into London as a part of the Chattie Kazee dance troupe. John Turner discusses upcoming summer…
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