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November is Native American Heritage Month and all month KUMD will spotlight programming that respectfully shares the culture and traditions of indigenous peoples in America. KUMD programming honoring Native American Heritage Month includes our regular year-round segments and programs plus additional interviews and specials. Listen Mondays and throughout the month for Minnesota Native News, Veterans Voices ~ Native Warriors, National Native News, Ojibwe Stories and more. Tune in for Native American Heritage Month on KUMD. Water Protectors at Standing RockYear-Round Native Programming on KUMDNational Native News | M-F 8:45amMinnesota Native News | Mondays 7am & 4pmOjibwe Stories | Third Monday of every month at 6pmAdditional Native American ProgrammingJourney to Wellness in Indian Country | Mondays at 8amCommunity Conversations | First Monday of every month at 6pmVeterans Voices; Native Warriors | M-F 7amValue Our Traditions: Reclaiming Traditional Native American Tobacco | M-F 8:50am Sacred Stone CampEvery Native Vote Counts#Native Reads for kidsRob Wilson Photography at Standing RockKUMD is a part of Ampers; The Association of Minnesota Public and Educational Radio Stations, a cooperative organization connecting independent public, educational and tribal radio stations across Minnesota. Through Ampers, KUMD partners with Northern Minnesota Tribal stations KBFT on the Boise Forte Reservation on Nett Lake, KKWE at White Earth Indian Reservation near Detroit Lakes and KOJB The Eagle of the Leech Lake Reservation south of Bemidji.

Minnesota Native News: Standoff at Standing Rock

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This week on Minnesota Native News, the first of three updates on the standoff at Standing Rock over the Dakota Access Pipeline.  Listen for an update on the clash of interests around oil and water and  how this conflict has attracted the attention and support of Indigenous people around the world and here in Minnesota. With a Minnesota perspective, this week's guest contributor is Roy Taylor, member of the Pawnee Nation and host of “Indigeneity Now” on Ampers' station KFAI.

Catch Minnesota Native News on KUMD Monday afternoons at 4pm and returning to Northland Morning in December at 7am.

Rob Wilson Photography

Former Program Director, Maija Jenson teaches journalism in the Department of Communication at UMD and was a part of KUMD 2008-2019. She hosted a weekly arts program "Radio Gallery." She shares a lifetime of public radio listening, degrees in journalism and art and 20 years of public radio experience with KFAI, WHA, WSUM and KUMD.
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