Tiokasin Ghosthorse Features Standing Rock Protectors on First Voices Radio

Tiokasin Ghosthorse's First Voices Radio Features Standing Rock Struggle Today
Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Cheyenne River Lakota

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

LISTEN -- Tiokasin Ghosthorse's First Voices features Debra White Plume and Kandi Mossett, which was broadcast live on Standing Rock Spirit Resistance Radio. Debra describes direct action, and Kandi describes the bulldozing of the burial area by Dakota Access Pipeline, and how the pipeline attacked women and children with dogs. Thank you Tiokasin, Lakota from Cheyenne River, and thank you Govinda, broadcasting live in camp, for your incredible efforts to broadcast truth. This show will be broadcast on WBAI New York on Thursday, and rebroadcast by 70 affiliates. Listen to the show on WPKN in Conn.  http://archives.wpkn.org/bookmarks/listen/157530
For interested listeners: The show will be repeated tomorrow, Thursday, from 9 to 10 am, on WBAI-FM and then available immediately in WBAI's archive. Listen locally at 99.5 FM and streaming at www.wbai.org
WPKN streams at www.wpkn.org
WBAI streams at www.wbai.org
Both stations will have archived versions immediately following broadcasts.

Thank you producer Liz Hill.


Gregornot said…
Thank you Brenda and Govinda for getting the TRUTH OUT to the rest of the world. I pray that folks realize you are paying ALL COSTS out of your pockets. Hope that folks will donate so Govinda, can replace the laptop that was destroyed. The real world needs to hear the the real truth, as a friend of many,many years of the both of you. I support you as I can.
Clean Water is Life.
Anonymous said…
My feelings as well. So grateful for your voice of Truth and thanks for all the radio stations airing these stories. Blessings, Alda
Unknown said…
Stand in faith prayers for the great creator glory for all my relations hoyte

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