Join me and “spiritual agitator”, advocate of Indigenous Rights, and host of First Voices Indigeneous Radio on WBAI, Tiokasin Ghosthorse, for a two part series on Native Americans. Learn about their struggles, their wisdom, and their connection to Mother Earth. We have to respect those who were here before us and who deserve our attention and compassion. Tiokasin imparts his wisdom, as we take a journey into the history of the Lakota people, as well as the Elder Brothers from the Kogi Tribe and their warning about what we are doing to the environment. Tune in and be moved by the spirit and knowledge of Tiokasin Ghosthorse.
#1311: Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Pt 1 of 2
If you want to know “101 Things You Can Do on A Park Bench” tune in to hear Nancy Bruning and I discuss how outdoor spaces can double as the perfect exercise place. You can get into shape without spending lots of cash on a fitness club. Be one with nature and feel good in both your body and your mind.
#1240: Nancercize with Nancy Bruning
Urban farms are becoming an important source of food and education, as programs for youth help instill a sense of community as well as healthier eating habits. Corbin Laedlein, Youth Empowerment Coordinator at Added Value Farm in Redhook, Brooklyn, talks about the interconnection of social issues and food as essential tools in community building. Find out what “don’t yuck my yum” means.
#1235: Corbin Laedlein from Added Value Urban Farm
Features Vaidila Kungys, co-founder of Ride The City, a website that helps you find safer bike routes in cities by avoiding roads that aren’t meant for biking and maximizing bike-friendly streets.
#1208: Vaidila Kungys of Ride the City
Features Paula Maia, co-owner of Oak Wine Bar where she combines food, health and ecological principles.
#1115: Paula Maia of Brooklyn Soil