April Lindala

April Lindala discusses this year's One Book, One Community choice, The Round House, by Anishinaabe author Louise Erdrich.

April Lindala talks about how several Native tribes have gathered with the Standing Rock Sioux in North Dakota to oppose the running of the Dakota Access pipeline through the area.  

Artist Elizabeth Doxtater's corn husk doll installation, "Art of Peace", is currently on exhibit at the DeVos Art Museum at Northern Michigan University.

MARQUETTE, MI--   The Northern Michigan University Center for Native American Studies has been awarded nearly $300,000 by the National Science Foundation for a program to enhance the Native 

American presence in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math—or STEM. 

The significance of wild rice in Native American culture.

The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe Community Health Program and Northern Michigan University are teaming up to offer traditional health workshops at NMU.

Remembering award-winning Native author Jim Northrup.

This week's episode focuses on the history of lacrosse.

A discussion of the career and life of First Nations actor Adam Beach.

In this week's episode April Lindala talks about Indian Country's contribution to the world of sports, including Jacoby Ellsbury of the New York Yankees.

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