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Guests include:Angelique Albert, CEO of Native Forward Scholars Fund, the largest scholarship provider to Native students in the U.S.We’ll learn about Healthy Native Youth website, created to house a one-stop-shop for educators and health advocates to disseminate age-appropriate and culturally-relevant health curricula to American Indian and Alaska Native youth, with Michelle Singer and Gwenda Gorman.Support the show
Guests include: Kristen Talbert, Indigenous Leadership Academy Project Coordinator for the American Indian Policy Institute at Arizona State UniversityDoctor Christina M. Castro, co-founder of Three Sisters CollectiveDenee Bex, a Registered Dietitian and the founder and owner of Tumbleweed NutritionSupport the show
Guests include:Francene Blythe-Lewis, Executive Director of Vision Maker MediaThalia Roessel (pronounced as Thy-la Russell) will tell us about her bakery, Scone On?Jerrickson Hosteen, professional basketball entertainer/Juggler and youth speaker from Sawmill, ArizonaSupport the show
Guests include:Dave Castillo, CEO of Native Community CapitalMelody Grace Thomas, University of Arizona Cooperative Extension - San Carlos – Instruction SpecialistNico Albert, Chef and owner of Burning Cedar Indigenous Foods, and founder of Burning Cedar Sovereign WellnessSupport the show
Guests include: Addelina Lucero - Dancing Butterfly NaturalsStephan Cheney - High Rez Wood CompanyAlana Yazzie - creator of the lifestyle and food blog, TheFancyNavajo.comSupport the show
Guests include:Janice Lucero, owner and managing member of Cotton Blossom Gardens, located in Isleta Pueblo, New MexicoKelly Holmes, founder/CEO of Native Max and editor-in-chief of Native Max MagazineNeon Nativez - producer and DJ, who will tell us how he infuses Indigenous sounds with his own style of EDM and Hip-Hop productionSupport the show
Guests include:Chandos Culleen, National Council of Urban Indian HealthAgnes Woodward of Seeding SovereigntyMelanie Mariano of Phoenix Indian CenterLiv Barney, Navajo painter and animatorSupport the show
Guests include:Shawn Spruce - Host at Native America CallingRio Fernandes - Director of Civic Engagement for the National Urban Indian Family CoalitionJonathan Yazzie - Dzil TA’ah AdventuresSupport the show
Guests include:Trini King - Project Director of Shiprock Farmers' Market, located in Shiprock, NMMariah Gladstone - founder of IndigikitchenHeather Tracy, co-founder of Native Art Market, the first Indigenous-owned shop in Old Town Scottsdale, AZSupport the show
Guests include:Toni Stanger-McLaughlin, CEO of Native American Agriculture FundKaili Turner, writer, producer, and puppeteerBrad Kahlhamer, multi-media artist and musicianSupport the show
Guests include:Desiree Jones, with the University of Arizona Cancer Center Office of Community Outreach and EngagementMonique Nakai will tell us about Rez Refuge, a community center located in Fort Defiance, AZConnor Chee, Navajo pianist and composerShawn Zephier, owner of SweetermoccsSupport the show
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Guests include: Alexandra Zamecnik, Executive Director of Native Seeds SearchClarence Hogue wil tell us about the Indigenous Farm Hub, located in New MexicoAdam Piron, Director of the Sundance Institute’s Indigenous Program, committed to supporting the voices of Indigenous artistsSupport the show
Guests include:Jon Canyon will tell us about Native Health Advisors, located in Tulsa, OklahomaWe’ll learn about Tribal Health from Chief Executive Officer John ShufeldtMichael Sheyahshe talks to us about alterNative Media, a Native American–owned studio that provides custom creative and technical solutionsDakota Yazzie of the band Earth Surface PeopleSupport the show
Guests include:Lieutenant Commander Thalia Vega and Loren Bahe will talk to us about Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 30We’ll learn about the Southwest Indigenous Women's Coalition with Tania HarveyAdam Dixon will tell us about the Indigenous Football Combine on Saturday, May 14Alberta Henry, CEO of Big Hogan EnterpriseSupport the show (
Guests include:Tomorrow night on Native Talk Arizona, our guests include: Marcos Bojorquez and Duncan Wiston, talks to us about HBM RacingChef Quentin Glabus, who specializes in Canadian Aboriginal Fusion CuisineDr. Nicole Thompson and Doctor Lirio Patton, will tell us about the PEAIC ProgramDoctor Angelina Castagno, with the Institute for Native-serving EducatorsSupport the show
Guests include:We’ll learn about the Arizona State University Indian Legal Clinic with Torey Dolan Taylor Notah tells us about Turning Points Magazine, Arizona State University’s Indigenous student publicationDoctor Lee Francis, IV, CEO of about Native Realities and Red Planet Books and Comics Deidra Peaches, owner of DLP ProductionsSupport the show (
Guests include:Christopher Lomahquahu - acting Managing Editor for Gila River Indian Community NewsCindy Payne - Executive Director of Cancer Support Community Arizona - Northern ArizonaTrey Adcock - Executive Director of Center for Native Health Center for Native Health, Inc.Jesse Yazzie - Navajo artist and muralistSupport the show (
Guests include:Donovan Carr, Outreach Coordinator at the Office of the Arizona Secretary of StateFrancie Spencer will tell us about the NATIVE HEALTH fifty fifty raffleFilmmaker and artist, Pete Sands talks to us about his new Native American children’s show, Navajo HighwaysSage Mountainflower, owner and designer of her brand Sage MountainflowerSupport the show (
Guests include:Chris James, President and CEO of The National Center for American Indian Enterprise DevelopmentGinger Sykes Torres will tell us why she is running for Arizona's Congressional District OneWe’ll learn about NATIVE HEALTH’s WIC program with Carly Wellsand we’ll chat with writer, artist, and musician Arigon StarrSupport the show (
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