Native American

On the next fresh air - the star of the film The Rider, which is now streaming and on DVD.  Brady Jandreau plays a slightly fictionalized version of himself:  a young native American rodeo rider, who after a serious head injury has to give up riding, rodeo and training horses: the only life he knows.  We’ll also hear from the film’s director, about working with non-actors. Join us.

How dealing with climate change on Native American reservations is reopening old wounds, plus, results and analysis from Tuesday's primaries.

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President Donald Trump has pledged allegiance to what he calls America’s “energy dominance.” This is good news for the oil and gas industry. We examine what this means for Alaskan villagers coping with climate change, Native American artifacts in Utah, and birds flying over the U.S.

Our guest this week on Art of the Song is the legendary Canadian-American folk singer, educator and activist, Buffy Sainte-Marie. Although Buffy’s music today is far from traditional folk, it embodies the anti-war and native rights sentiments that were prevalent in the sixties. Her music was blacklisted by the FBI during the Johnson and Nixon administrations. Despite the setback, she persevered with her music and teaching, and found a new venue, the children’s TV show, Sesame Street.