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Wednesday, July 25, 2012 – Native Teens Racing Towards Life:
As teenagers get older and start reaching their last years of high school, many will look towards leaving home to pursue their life and education far from home. But, just how common is this dream? A new documentary, “Up Heartbreak Hill,” follows two bright Native American high school seniors through their final year of high school as they tackle daunting decisions and questions that will alter their life forever. What all is at stake in answering the question, should I stay or should I go? How do economic hardships on tribal nations skew visions of opportunity? Guests include Native youths Thomas Martinez (Navajo) and Tamara Hardy (Navajo) and Erica Scharf, Director & Producer/”Up Heartbreak Hill” Documentary.

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Native Voice 1 presents a LIVE Broadcast Sept. 16-17. Online stage opens at 9 pm, 9/16. It’s Global and Live radio!

Southwest Stages presents 
2011 ¡Globalquerque!   
Live Broadcast September 16-17, 2011
9:00 pm – 2:00 am ET
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Buffy Sainte-Marie performs on Saturday’s broadcast!    

Southwest Stages, in collaboration with KUNM 89.9 FM, presents two days of music from ¡Globalquerque! live on September 16 & 17, 2011.

Native Voice One will broadcast the ENTIRE event on our webstream at:  

New Mexico’s annual celebration of world music and culture is held at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, NM. Now in its seventh year, the event is recognized as one of the country’s premier world music festivals.

The festival showcases renowned artists from five continents on three stages over two days, including Native artist, Academy Award winner, Buffy Sainte-Marie. 

Mark your calendars, tell you friends and family, and enjoy a festive world music experience!      

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2011 ¡Globalquerque!
A Ce lebration of World Music and Culture 

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Friday, September 16th  

9pm-2am (ET)

Saturday, September 17th  

9pm-2am (ET)

Join Southwest Stages and KUNM 89.9 FM for live music from ¡Globalquerque! at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, in Albuquerque NM. 

Hosted by KUNM’s  Matthew Finch, and KZMU’s Christy Williams, the broadcasts span both days of the festival, with 5 hours of entertainment each day from all three festival stages.

The broadcasts will feature live performances from this year’s festival and archival sets from Native artist recorded at ¡Globalquerque! over the years, along with candid backstage interviews. 

Artists scheduled to perform at this year’s event include:
Friday:Andrew Thomas
Baraka Moon (USA/Pakistan/UK)
Burkina Electric (Burkina Faso)
Felix y Los Gatos (New Mexico)
Los Amigos Invisibles (Venezuela)
Luísa Maita (Brazil)
Nawal (Comoros)
Esma Redzepova (Macedonia)
Sergent Garcia (France)
Te Vaka (New Zealand/South Pacific)
Andrew Thomas (Diné)


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Burkina Electric (Burkina Faso)
DePedro (Spain)
Frigg (Finland/Norway)
Frank McCulloch y Sus Amigos (New Mexico)
La Excelencia (New York)
Nawal (Comoros)
Buffy Sainte-Marie (Cree) 
Te Vaka (New Zealand/South Pacific)
Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole(Louisiana)                                                               (Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole) 

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KGHR FM 91.5 Tuba City
KCRJ AM 1670 Jerome
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KXCI FM 91.3 Tucson
KNNB FM 88.1 Whiteriver
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KAWC AM 1320 Yuma


KIDE FM 91.3 Hoopa
KGUA   FM 88.3 Gualala


KSJD FM 91.5 Cortez
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KAHU FM 91.7 Pahala


KOJB FM 90.1 Cass Lake


KGVA FM 88.1 Fort Belknap


KABU FM 90.7 St. Michael
KEYA FM 88.5 Belcourt


KUNM FM 89.9 Albuquerque/Santa Fe
  FM 91.9 Espanola
  FM 91.9 Taos, Las Vegas


FM 90.9 Arroyo Seco, Cuba


FM 91.1 Cimarron/Eagle Nest


FM 88.7 Socorro, Nageezi
KSFR FM 101.1 Santa Fe
KSHI FM 90.9 Zuni


WUOW FM 104.7 Oneonta


KCNP FM 89.5 Ada
KGOU FM 106.3 Norman
  FM 97.9 Ada
  FM 103.1 Siminole


FM 105.7 Oklahoma City


CFIE   Morley


KCUW FM 104.3 Pendleton


KEOS FM 89.1 College Station


KZMU FM 90.1 Moab
  FM 106.7 Castle Valley


KSER FM 90.7 Everett
KGHI FM 91.5 Westpoint


KOJB FM 90.1 Cass Lake
WOJB FM 88.9 Hayward


KWRR FM 89.5 Ethete

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Stolen Sisters: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

On Tuesday 15 February 2011 Native America Calling will broadcast a radio talk show regarding Missing and Murdered Women in Vancouver.  The third annual Stolen Sisters Memorial March was held on February 13.  Heads up, we’re not talking about 5 or 6 women who have gone MIA. There are nearly 600 Indigenous women on the list compiled by the Native Women’s Association. Vancouver and the Pacific Northwest is just one of several high kill zones for Indigenous women along the Canada/United States border and the Mexico/United States border. Hundreds of unsolved murders and disappearances of Indigenous women go unsolved, seldom reported in the mainstream media, and ignored by the general population.  Amnesty International has investigated this continuing violence against Indigenous  women.  The question arises of what if these women were white and middle class? Would there then be widespread awareness and public outcry for all the crime prevention units to produce some serious results for ending this murder industry? I don’t know. 

At any rate, Native America Calling’s show will include Angela MacDougall (director of Battered Women Support Services) and Marlene George who organized the annual march. The show is broadcast live 1-2 pm Eastern Time–and will be available online afterwards.  The show streams live online. 


For Amnesty International’s report: A Human Rights Response to Discrimination and Violence Against Indigenous Women In Canada:


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