March 2011 First Person Radio Archives

3/2/2011 First Person Radio

We visit in-studio with Ray Tricomo, a non-Native who has been teaching an Indian curriculum for many year and Professor Jean Strait, Apache. They discuss American Indian curriculum and methods.

3/9/2011 First Person Radio

First Person Radio hosts Laura Waterman Wittstock and Richard LaFortune with Andy Driscoll talk with Geoffrey Blackwell, a recognized expert in Tribal economic and critical infrastructure development. Blackwell is the Chief of the Office of Native Affairs and Policy (ONAP) at the Federal Communications Commission.

3/16/2011 First Person Radio

We are joined in studio by José González, Director of Minority and Multicultural Health in the Minnesota Department of Health. A highly talented manager who cares deeply about the populations he is dedicated to helping, Mr. Gonzalez will share stories about his career and the work he is doing now.

3/23/2011 First Person Radio

We talk with Tom Goldtooth, internationally acclaimed organizer and activist for indigenous environmental justice. He has also worked extensively on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

3/30/2011 First Person Radio

Join Laura Waterman Wittstock & Richard LaFortune, with Andy Driscoll, as we talk with staff & board representatives from Native Americans in Philanthropy—executive Director Carly Hare, Director of Development Elaine Stephens, and board chair Ron Rowell.