August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Pilalt FM grassroots radio launches in BC

Pilalt FM "If you are a youth we welcome you to come in and learn
 the switchboard or record a message for your community!"

Thanks for the wonderful weekend broadcast of the new Pilalt FM in BC. The Cheam Band borrowed radio equipment for their weekend broadcast, Sept. 1 -- 2, 2012, which was a fundraiser so they can buy their own broadcast equipment.
It was a great show, with wonderful hosts, children's stories, conversations and a variety of music and live songs. Thanks also to Govinda at Earthcycles for providing the technical support. -- Censored News
Support grassroots First Nation radio!
Read more, volunteer and offer support:
www.PilaltFM.blogspot.com

Also check Out http://www.facebook.com/pilaltfm

http://www.pilaltfm.blogspot.com

http://www.twitter.com/pilaltfm

the Cheam Band , Sto:lo Village of the Pilalt Tribe


Wonderful to hear the new Pilalt FM radio in BC! Govinda from Earthcycles is there, and they are broadasting live Saturday, Sept. 1, and Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012!
 
Support Indigenous grassroots radio!

The Incredible Photos: Lakota Women's March to White Clay



















Lakota woman maced by police


Photos by Joey Feaster, published by permission at Censored News. Thank you!
Click on photos to enlarge!
Lakotas and Deep Green Resistance marched in the Women's Day of Peace, marching against genocide and the White Clay, Neb., liquor stories that profiteer from misery, suffering and death. They marched from Pine Ridge, S.D. to the bordertown of White Clay, Neb. on Aug. 26 2012.
Read more, and see more photos, at Censored News: http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com
See: Debra White Plume: Solidarity, horse trailers, and the Women's Day of Peace:  http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2012/08/debra-white-plume-solidarity-horse.html
Native Impact photos, including lockdown:
http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2012/08/photos-white-clay-womens-march-against.html