Samples of Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund Projects Produced by KBFT Radio


  • Curt Moon

    Pow Wow The Songs

    Production Date: July 12, 2014

  • my older brother 1278

    Anishinabemoen

    Production Date: April 15, 2015

  • honor him 1362

    Anishinabemoen

    Production Date: May 27, 2015

  • many thanks 30696

    Anishinabemoen

    Production Date: March 11, 2017

  • jacket

    Anishinabemoen

    Production Date: January 3, 2014

  • Kim Blaeser_Event Poetry 1 36014

    Native Fest

    Production Date: April 20, 2015

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June 15, 2018 | 2:30 pm
KBFT Posted: Today on Native America Calling - Friday, June 15, 2018 Things to know about your own car Rebroadcast on KBFT 89.9FM @ 12PM - Replay at 10PM To participate, call: 1-800-996-2848 1-800-99-NATIV Do you know what to do when your engine light comes on? How do you know if you can trust the mechanic you take your car to? For every car owner, a little DIY knowledge can go a long way, especially if you're living in a rural area miles from the nearest auto shop. We invited Native mechanics to share some of the basics you should know about your car. And if you're interested in making a living as a mechanic, we'll discuss what it takes to get going in the business and what to expect from the industry. To listen: Local Radio - 89.9FM Nett Lake MN Streaming Online - https://kbft.org/listen-live/ Via Phone - 716-748-0174 or 712-770-9533 Or download the TuneIn App on your smartphone and search for KBFT 89.9FM
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June 15, 2018 | 2:30 am
KBFT Posted: Today on Native America Calling - Thursday, June 14, 2018 Political rhetoric takes a turn Rebroadcast on KBFT 89.9FM @ 12PM - Replay at 10PM South Dakota Senator Neal Tapio recently called for abolishing reservations. He told the Sioux Falls Argus Leader "We need to renegotiate the treaties that are holding down a once very proud people." President Donald Trump said "we tamed a continent" in a recent commencement speech at the Naval Academy. And Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke suggested sending kids in the foster care system on the Fort Peck reservation to a boarding school in Oklahoma. Comments like this from politicians are nothing new, but they often spark concern from people on the receiving end. We'll break down the context and intent of each of the latest political messages. To listen: Local Radio - 89.9FM Nett Lake MN Streaming Online - https://kbft.org/listen-live/ Via Phone - 716-748-0174 or 712-770-9533 Or download the TuneIn App on your smartphone and search for KBFT 89.9FM
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June 14, 2018 | 3:23 pm
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June 14, 2018 | 2:30 pm
KBFT Posted: Today on Native America Calling - Thursday, June 14, 2018 Political rhetoric takes a turn Rebroadcast on KBFT 89.9FM @ 12PM - Replay at 10PM To participate, call: 1-800-996-2848 1-800-99-NATIV South Dakota Senator Neal Tapio recently called for abolishing reservations. He told the Sioux Falls Argus Leader "We need to renegotiate the treaties that are holding down a once very proud people." President Donald Trump said "we tamed a continent" in a recent commencement speech at the Naval Academy. And Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke suggested sending kids in the foster care system on the Fort Peck reservation to a boarding school in Oklahoma. Comments like this from politicians are nothing new, but they often spark concern from people on the receiving end. We'll break down the context and intent of each of the latest political messages. To listen: Local Radio - 89.9FM Nett Lake MN Streaming Online - https://kbft.org/listen-live/ Via Phone - 716-748-0174 or 712-770-9533 Or download the TuneIn App on your smartphone and search for KBFT 89.9FM
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June 14, 2018 | 2:30 am
KBFT Posted: Today on Native America Calling - Wednesday, June 13, 2018 Reorganizing Interior Rebroadcast on KBFT 89.9FM - Replay at 10pm The entire Department of Interior is currently going through a reorganization ordered by the president to create efficiency and cut waste. The proposal would increase the number of Bureau of Indian Affairs regions from 11 to 13 based on watersheds and ecosystems. Chairperson Aaron Payment (Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians) calls the reasons justifying the administration's reorganization like "lipstick on a pig". Some tribes, like the Navajo Nation, are already voicing opposition to the plan. But others welcome what they see as an opportunity. To listen: Local Radio - 89.9FM Nett Lake MN Streaming Online - https://kbft.org/listen-live/ Via Phone - 716-748-0174 or 712-770-9533 Or download the TuneIn App on your smartphone and search for KBFT 89.9FM
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