Northland

Minnesota Native News

Nov 2, 2016
Ampers

This week Minnesota Native News shares an interview with a Lakota college student about his personal efforts creating a supply drive for the Standing Rock camp, plus UMN discusses questions of tribal sovereignty and a new multi-media art event in Minneapolis focuses on Native identities.  Catch Minnesota Native News on KUMD on Sunday mornings at 7am and Monday afternoons at 4pm. 

Minnesota Native News is compiled and created by Ampers: Diverse Radio for Minnesota Communities, an umbrella group for independent, public, educational and tribal radio stations in Minnesota. 

This week on Radio Gallery local artist Lisa Blade joins us in the studio to talk about Mad Women. The grand opening takes place Thursday, May 12th at the Depot located at 506 W Michigan St. Duluth, MN.

Radio Gallery 5-10-2011: Mad Women