Lew Hastings visits with Matt Remle (Hunkpapa Lakota) who lives in Seattle, WA and works for the Office of Indian Education in the Marysville/Tulalip school district. He is a writer and editor for Last Real Indians. He’s the author of Seattle’s Indigenous Peoples’ Day resolution, Seattle’s resolution calling on Congress to engage in reconciliation with Tribe’s over the Boarding School Era policies and Seattle’s resolution to oppose the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. He…"Matt Remle, educator, activist, human rights leader, writer and editor for Last Real Indians appears LIVE on the Red Road Radio Show Tuesday April 25th at 10:00PM"
Join us LIVE Thursday March 2nd when we visit with Frank Kuntz co-founder of the Nakota Horse Conservancy located in North Dakota. We will discuss the history and importance of preserving the Nokota breed and talk with Frank about his 40 years working with these magnificent creatures. Nokota® horses are descended from the last surviving population of wild horses in North Dakota. For at least a century, the horses inhabited the rugged Little Missouri badlands,…"Red Road Radio Show LIVE 10PM EST INTERVIEW Frank Kuntz -Co-founder of the Nokota Horse Conservancy now on demand"
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…"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"