Jacqueline Keeler welcomes Alfred Urbina, the attorney general for
the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona. The Pascua Yaqui are the first federally
recognized tribe with a high-tech enhanced tribal card (ETC), a certified ID
card for border transit. They were also on of the f...
Jacqueline Keeler welcomes two Native activists who've been targeted by law
enforcement for their politcal expressions.
Tracy Molina is a Native veteran and activist who was arrested on
Saturday at the Patriot Prayer Rally in downtown Portland. She was charged
What is the scope of the threat Trump poses to Indian Country and what do
Native Americans have at stake in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections?
Native American Portland-based journalist Jacqueline Keeler leads a
discussion with Native American leaders from across th...
Jacqueline Keeler's Not Your Disappearing Indian podcast is taking over
Wednesday Talk Radio this Summer. Find more episodes on iTunes and
Native American journalist Jacqueline...
Host Paul Roland welcomes back Deborah Schartzkopff, anti-electroshock
activist based in McMinnville. She hosts the website ectjustice.com and is
pursuing a national class action product liability suit around the devices
used in electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) or el...
Joining host Paul Roland in the KBOO studio this morning will be: Lew Church,
Coordinator of the Panthers in Portland; Sally Fronsman-Cecil, long-time
social justice and Nestle Boycott organizer, who recently moved back to
Oregon from Kansas; and Dorothy Holland, a 70...
Regular second-Wednesday co-host joins host Paul Roland to discuss critical
issues in Indigenous North America. This week, she'll be talking about her
trip to North Dakota, where she attended the sentencing of water protector
Little Feather, among other things. She also ...