Thursday at 5:00 am
KKFI tries out various syndicated programs during this timeslot.
First Voices Radio January 14, 2016 | 5:00 am
On this week's edition of "First Voices Radio," Host Tiokasin Ghosthorse talks with Tim Giago. Giago (Oglala Lakota) is an award-winning journalist, author, Native newspaper owner and publisher, and lecturer. A few weeks ago, Giago made news when he announced his intention to purchase the land adjacent to Wounded Knee in South Dakota. The second half of the show features a special commentary by the host.
COP-21 Accords And Near Term Human Extinction and Cusco, Peru: Ancient History and Today December 31, 2015 | 5:00 am
A couple of episodes of Radio Curious to peak your interest going into the new year.
Maternally Yours-Native American-centered Women’s Healthcare November 26, 2015 | 5:00 am
Join the Conversation as Ryan and Dana discuss Native American-centered women's healthcare. Why is the process of reclaiming cultural identity through birth and motherhood so powerful? We'll find out as we welcome Nicolle Gonzales, Native American Certified Nurse-Midwife from the The Changing Woman Initiative. The Initiative seeks to draw on cultural strengths to renew indigenous birth knowledge and healing through holistic approaches and community empowerment.
Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio: Collective Impact & User Personas November 12, 2015 | 5:00 am
Kimberley Jutze explains what collective impact is and what you need in place to assure the success of your CI network, and Debra Sharp explains: what is a persona? Why are these fictitious people important to your website? How do you build them?
Scholar’s Circle October 15, 2015 | 5:00 am
First, one of the country's preeminent law scholars makes his case against the supreme court. We are joined by Erwin Chemerinsky author of, The Case Against the Supreme Court.
Then we spend the rest of the hour discussing a disturbing trend of increasing numbers of school children being conditioned for the criminal justice system, often referred to, as the school to prison-pipeline. What might it mean for society? And how should this situation be addressed?
Project Censored: Power to the People — Ending War by Waging Peace and Living a Peaceful Life October 8, 2015 | 5:00 am
Martin Winiecki, a resident of the Tamera Peace Research Center in Portugal explains how the 160 residents of the center are working for a society free of violence and greed, and David Hartsough looks back at his decades of social activism, from the lunch counter sit-ins to the present day.