Crow Voices Radio launched by Center Pole in Montana
Youth at Center Pole summer camp on Crow land, Montana,
Teepee pole transmitter.
Listen live to the new Crow Voices, at Center Pole, in Montana, where Native youths are making a difference. The eight week camp is underway, offering vision for the future. Govinda, producer of Earthcycles and the solar powered radio bus that has broadcast in many Indigenous communities, has set up a new radio station there. The teepee poles are supporting the radio transmitter.
The Crow Indian youths have been sharing their language on the radio show, which they are learning this week. They are also learning storytelling and how to share the stories from their own lives, like good thoughts about their grandmothers. They are also getting used to reading live on the radio.
The sound of the Crow language has been welcomed by the Internet listening audience.
Dee Boissoneau said, "It is always empowering to hear the youth reclaiming what was stolen from our ancestors!!"