Anishinaabe Radio News

Fridays at 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
  • Hosted by April Lindala

Tune in during Morning Edition and All Things Considered for Anishinaabe Radio News, a new partnership between Public Radio 90 and the Center for Native American Studies at NMU. Host April Lindala will explore Native American history and culture and keep you up to date on Indigenous events at Northern and across the Great Lakes Region. 

April Lindala discusses how many school textbooks fail to include the history of Indigenous populations.

In this week's installment April Lindala talks about the use of Native logos and names by sports teams and their effect on the Native population.

Native musician and producer Keith Secola recently came to Northern Michigan University.  April Lindala tells us what he did while in Marquette.

This week's program highlights Traditional health practices as highlighted by the recent Native Voices traveling exhibit at Northern Michigan University. 

In this week's program April Lindala talks about pow wows and whom they may honor. 

Host April Lindala talks about the importance of the environment in Native American culture.

In this first edition of ARN, host April Lindala talks about the importance of Native American studies.