American Indian Airwaves: Nat'l Day of Mourning

Xochitl, Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly; American Indian Airwaves (Podcast Free | TuneIn)

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American Indian Airwaves (AIA) is an Indigenous public affairs show, the longest running Native American radio program, created either by Indigenous, allies, or adversaries in the United States' broadcast communication histories.
It is broadcast weekly every Thursday from 7:00-8:00 pm on KPFK FM 90.7 in Los Angeles (where it can be heard in the online archives).
Day of Mourning/Thanksgiving episode aired today, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021 at 7:00 pm). Find AIA on Facebook.com/aiacr.
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AIA is produced by Burntswamp Studio. It began broadcasting on March 1st, 1973, to give Indigenous peoples and their respective First Nations a voice about the ongoing struggles against Settler Colonialism and US imperialism by European occupiers often referred to as the United States, Canada, Mexico, and other nations within the Americas.
AIA operates as an all-volunteer collective with no corporate sponsorship or underwriters.


This entry originally appeared at wisdomquarterly.blogspot.com/2021/11/natl-day-of-mourning-american-indian.html, and may be a summary or abridged version.