Starting live at 11:00 pm ET Red Road Radio Show has Myron Dewey – Professor, filmmaker/editor, owner of Digital Smoke Signals, digital storyteller, trainer, drone operator and journalist

Join us LIVE Monday February 13th when we visit with Myron Dewey, professor, filmmaker/editor, owner of Digital Smoke Signals, digital storyteller trainer, drone operator and journalist who has been covering life in the Oceti Sakowin camp for several months and documenting the actions of Morton County Law Enforcement and Dakota Access in their actions against water protectors. We will discuss the decision of the Army Corps of Engineers to approve the easement permit to Dakota Access to drill beneath the Missouri River and what this means for Indigenous communities and Tribal Nations everywhere.

Anpetu waste my friends and relatives I’m Lew Hastings from the Native Now Foundation, and I want to invite you to join me for the Red Road Radio Show weeknights at 10pm eastern time. We’ll give you news, commentary and interviews on the stories impacting tribal nations and Indigenous communities all across Indian Country and you will find out how some of those stories affect all of us.
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