Monday, June 6, 2011

Listen live: Crow Voices new radio station launched

Photo Center Pole located on the Crow Nation.
By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

CROW NATION, Montana -- Govinda, who created the online Earthcycles with a traveling live radio bus, is now with Crow activists and setting up a new radio station! Although the Red Cross is still there because of flooding, Native youths at Center Pole are busy creating a new way to broadcast their voices to the world.
Govinda said they are using teepee poles for their first radio transmitter!
Listen live now:
and send them some love and support:
Learn more about Center Pole on the Crow Nation, a new vision for the Crow Nation:
"In the midst of Montana’s famous mountain landscapes, lies an untold story of a forgotten community that struggles daily with the burdens of poverty. At The Center Pole, a non-profit organization for youth on the Crow Indian Reservation,  children are empowered to reach beyond that poverty and follow their dreams. Here, children hone their natural creativity and ingenuity through entrepreneurship, academics, volunteering and traditional ways." --Center Pole
Earthcycles and Censored News broadcast live for five months on the Longest Walk 2 northern route in 2008. They have broadcast Indigenous voices from the Cochabamba, Bolivia, climate summit and from Native communities across the Americas, from the Acoma Pueblo, Havasupai, and the border in the Southwest, to AIM West in San Francisco and Western Shoshone spring gatherings and more.

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