INDIGENOUS

On this episode of Charlando, Brenda Perez and Yojana Miraya discuss community resilience, holiday traditions and Indigenous approaches to environmental issues. Charlando airs Tuesdays at 7pm on Radio Bilingue 95.5

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Jessica Eden

Xochitl and Brenda bring more in-depth cultural discussion and music to the airwaves with this latest installment of Charlando Con la Raza

HSU graduate student Yojana Miraya shares a special song in Quechua and HSU botany student Octavio Acosta plays a special instrument for the Charlando crew.


As the U.S. prepares for Thanksgiving next week, many of us think of the image of happy 'Pilgrims and Indians' coming together for a big feast. But what about the rest of the story -- the historical facts versus the Mayflower myths?


Here's A Story: Tia

Oct 31, 2017
Stormy Taylor

Identity, sense of place and community. Indigenous women: Tia shares a story.


Indigeneity, sovereignty and American mythology: Cutcha shares a story.

Thursday Night Talk: The Race Beat presents a special program in honor of  Humboldt State University's 24th Annual Indigenous Peoples' Week. The Indigenous Voices Forum offered a discussion about Christopher Columbus, the Doctrine of Discovery and Indigenous Peoples Rights. HSU professor, Cutcha Risling Baldy and KHSU's Lorna Bryant hosted the forum held in HSU's Kate Buchanan Room Wednesday, October 11, 2017.

Panelists included professors Marlon Sherman and Kayla Begay of Humboldt State's Native American Studies Department; Tia Oros Peters and Chris Peters of Seventh Generation Fund of Indigenous Peoples, Inc.; and Cynthia Boshell, former HSU lecturer. 

Click here for more information about Indigenous Peoples Week events.

On this week's Food For Thought, Miguel Uribe continues his discussion with Jennifer Bell about food sovereignty, culture and resilience in the highlands of Michoacan, Mexico.


On this week's Food For Thought, Jennifer Bell talks with Miguel Uribe about growing native foods in the mountains of Michoacan, Mexico.

Miguel's Tierra Viviente Agricultura Organica works with farms throughout the region, promoting organic cultivation and finding markets for the community harvests.


Maori Healers to Visit the Northcoast April 10-12th

Apr 7, 2017

Local community members and healers Tina Ball and Jennifer Madrone, host three Maori Healers during a visit to Humboldt County April 10-12th.

The Maori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa, the native name of New Zealand. Their healing art of deep tissue massage and energy-balancing therapy has begun to be internationally recognized. The healers are traveling to support and offer sessions to many indigenous people of the world. They will be sharing their healing modality and blessings by appointment. Reservations can be made at 496-8606.

Tina and Jennifer spoke to Danielle Orr on the KHSU Magazine.