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Today we are celebrating Indigenous People's Day on KAXE/KBXE through conversations and music.  This morning we talked with psychology professor Dr. John Gonzalez from BSU.  He's one of the speakers today at the American Indian Resource Center for Indigineous People's Day At Bemidji State University.  His talk is “Is My Healthcare Making Me Sick? Microaggressions in American Indian Healthcare.”

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Grant Frashier

Pipestone National Monument is one of Minnesota's most important cultural treasures.  Close to Home visited the site and talked with Park Ranger Katheryn Hill.

 

Area Voices: Gangs

Nov 8, 2017

 "All human beings have an intrinsic desire to be accepted, to know it's ok to be me and someone's got my back...if the existing choices for having that, for finding that, feel like they don't fit, then people look elsewhere..."

Anton Treuer stopped by the KBXE studio recently and spoke candidly about a variety of topics, one of which was gangs on northern Minnesota reservations.  Gangs can be appealing in terms of meeting that essential human need to belong and feel protected.  Click on the link for the full conversation.  

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Professor, author and cultural trainer Anton Treuer stopped by the KBXE studio recently.   In this segment of Area Voices: Anishinaabenaajimon,  Treuer reflects on the Dakota Access Pipeline and current Minnesota pipeline activity.