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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…

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.

1993-07-17 Segment 2.mp3
Dan Smoke teaches listeners about the importance of understanding sweetgrass as a sacred medicine, and the important role it plays in Native cultures and traditions. After, Dan turns the conversation to the findings of Leonard Peltier’s third appeal.…

1993-01-02 Segment 6.mp3
Mary Lou Smoke recites an elder’s teaching, a story originally told by the Chelan Indians about the creation of the animal persons and human beings. After, Dan Smoke tells listeners about recent events that occurred across the country.

1992-12-19 Segment 1.mp3
Dan Smoke discusses the gathering of the United Nations General Assembly on December 10th and two Indigenous leaders who were there to speak; Thomas Banyacya of the Hopi Nation and Oren Lyons of the Onondaga Nation of the Iroquois Confederacy. Dan…

1991-08-10 Segment 2.mp3
Dan Smoke reads a teaching about how the Big Drum came to the Anishinaabe people, originally told by Shelly Bressette. After, Dan Smoke, Mary Lou Smoke, and guest Harold Kohler tell listeners about events coming up in the London, Ontario community.

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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