April 14, 2015
Host James Browneagle
LIVE April 14, 2015
5:00-6:00 PM on KPFZ 88.1 FM Lake County Community Radio in Northern California. Streaming at www.Tunein.com (type in kpfz.) Live studio phone line is (707) 263-3435. The latest tribal news, info and discussion with tribal elders. Celebrating 16 years on Community Radio!
"All My Relations"
James Browneagle: Tribal Community Organizer and Traditional cultural leader
Survivor of the U.S. Genocide and Colonization of traditional tribal leaders (relocation, termination, Boarding School and disenfranchisement. Dedicated alcohol and drug free Traditional Pomo Cultural leader and tribal mentor, activist for environmental justice and decolonization of tribal governments. Spent the past 30 plus years as champion of Indian Tribal Self-determination (Tribal Administrator, Indian Health Director, Indian Education Director and ICWA advocate etc.) a High School graduate with only a few college units began working for Indian organizations and tribal governments since 1972, also former board members of ITCC, CIMC, and CIEA. Former tribal elected positions, Tribal Chairman, (1998-2000, when I participated and signed the State of California/Indian gaming compact) 3 different terms as Secretary/Treasurer, and one term as Council member of my tribe and appointed Elem Tribal Historian in 2006 and a former NAGPRA Coordinator and acting Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) 2007-2009 for another Lake County Tribe. Since 1998, volunteered as a Host and Programmer of the Tribal Voices Radio on Lake County Community Radio KPFZ 88.1 FM discuss all tribal topics including dis-enrollment, Casino Federal, BIA, State & County Government and tribal leader corruption. Including racism by non-Indians.
Dedicated Elem Roundhouse ceremonial leader, mentoring of new dancers, maintaining tribal cultural ceremonies. Co-founder and first Executive Director of the first 100% controlled Tribal Health Consortium , uniting all the tribes in Lake County. Spear headed the Elem tribal Environmental Justice activities by community organizing and nomination of the Sulphur Bank Mercury Mine to the U.S. EPA Superfund for clean up on the Elem reservation a.k.a. Elem Indian Colony/Pomo Indians
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