Author: Sal Serbin

Tune-In Monday Night November 2, from 9-11 pm for 2 hours of talk with Indigenous Independent Presidential Candidate Mark Charles, with some Indigenous Music

[kc_row use_container=”yes” force=”no” column_align=”middle” video_mute=”no” _id=”667698″][kc_column width=”12/12″ video_mute=”no” _id=”597566″][kc_column_text] Native American from Navajo Nation, Mark Charles is running as an Independent candidate for President of the United States. Building a nation where ‘We the People’ truly means: All the People Mark Charles will talk about his and American history, his vision and future as a […]

On Monday, February 25th, Whitehorse will have special guest caller, Chuck Hoskin Jr. Hoskin is running for the office of principal chief of the Cherokee Nation. Chuck Hoskin Jr. served as the Cherokee Nation Secretary of State.  He was appointed to the cabinet position by Principal Chief Bill John Baker and unanimously confirmed by the […]

Joining us tonight will be Dennis Banks and Wahde Galisgewi. Dennis Banks, a Native American leader, teacher, lecturer, activist and author, is an Anishinaabe born on Leech Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota. Mr. Banks is also known as The Ojibwa Warrior He has been a longtime leader of the American Indian Movement, which he […]

The first hour will feature speakers from Stand Up Fight Back SRQ.  We will be discussing the Dakota Access Pipe Line (DAPL) Water Protectors and plans to organize a local act of solidarity. Stand Up Fight back SRQ will also be discussing their event on Wednesday December 7th at Fogartyville Community Media and Arts Center for […]

Our first guest will be a local Sarasota resident and will be playing a flute live in the WSLR studio, Suzanne Raincrow Geyer. I was born in Miami, FL, and grew up, among other things, a Chicago Cubs fan in Suburban Chicago. I currently am training to be a Commercial Pilot, the first in my family. […]

  Indigenous Sounds Monday November 10, from 9-11 EST., on WSLR 96.5 FM in Sarasota, Florida and WBPV 100.1 Bradenton, Florida will have Twilla Barnes a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. Ms. Barnes is a professional genealogist who specializes in Cherokee genealogy, and blogger on the Thoughts from Polly’s Granddaughter website. Indigenous Sounds will also […]

On Indigenous Sounds, Monday October 31st: Our first guest will be a representative from the EREZ Fund.  The EREZ Fund is an emergency assistance fund to help Native American families survive the up coming winter. The goal is to keep any and every Native American from freezing to death. Troy Wayne Poteete, who is the […]

The Indigo Girls will be our guests during the 9 o’clock hour, to discuss their support for the Water Protectors at the Dakota Access Pipe Line (DAPL) and their refusal to play the The Cherokee Creek Music Festival in support of the water protectors. During the 10 o’clock hour Novelist Deborah Yates will talk about […]

Chief Arvol Looking Horse, the 19th Generation Keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe for the Great Sioux Nation, Chief of Chief’s of the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota Nations. He is a leading voice in the preservation of sacred sites across the planet and founder of the World Peace & Prayer Day which happens […]

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