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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.

1993-02-27 Segment 1.mp3
Dan Smoke introduces Mary Pitawanakwat from Birch Island First Nations who will share her negative experiences with discrimination and harassment in the workplace and empowers all brothers and sisters to speak out. Mary shares her connection with the…

2002-09-15 Segment 3.mp3
Dan and Mary Lou Smoke invite listeners to attend a healing and wellness conference held at the home of Mohawk Elder Jan Longboat. The featured speaker and Elder-in-residence at this event will be Jane Middelton-Moz.

2001-04-28 Segment 1.mp3
Dan Smoke educates listeners about the significance of his spirit name, given to him at the Onondaga Longhouse on the Six Nations reserve. Dan explains that there is a lot of pride in having a name that ties one to their relatives, to nature, and to…

1999-10-16 Segment 1.mp3
Dan Smoke teaches listeners about border crossing events, an event where Indigenous peoples exercise their right to free access and to carry goods across the Canada/US border as stated in the Jay Treaty of 1760. Dan then uses the Jay Treaty as an…

1999-04-17 Segment 1.mp3
Dan Smoke tells listeners a creation story about Turtle Island. After, Dan teaches listeners about the importance of springtime and some of the celebrations that occur in order to give thanks to the Creator for the season of renewal and growth.

1998-09-05 Segment 6.mp3
Dan and Mary Lou Smoke present two different reviews of the film Smoke Signals to listeners. After, Dan and Mary Lou discuss the use of radio broadcasting within the film as a way to teach non-Indigenous viewers the importance of the oral tradition…

1997-02-07 Segment 4.mp3
Mary Lou Smoke shares a traditional teaching from Chief Seattle of the Squamish Nation. After, Dan and Mary Lou celebrate the 1997 winners of the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards. Dan Smoke also introduces the feature for this episode, a…

1997-02-07 Segment 2.mp3
Dan Smoke teaches listeners about the purpose of Midwinter Ceremonies, which acknowledge the fertility of Mother Earth and offer gratitude to the Creator for new life coming forth after the winter. After, Dan Smoke introduces a talk given by Jay…
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