February 2010
In This Issue
2010 State of Indian Nations Address
AIROS Celebrates Women's History Month
February 2010 Staff Picks
Top Five AIROS Audio Downloads
Producer Profile: Jenni Monet
New Podcast Series: Native Word
Jefferson KeelThe mission of AIROS is to share Native stories through the power of music and the spoken word.

Our new podcast series Native Word will do just that by bringing you speeches from across Indian Country. We're kicking off the series with two great speeches: last month's State of Indian Nations address given by NCAI President Jefferson Keel (Chickasaw) and a speech that Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabe) gave earlier in 2009 when she talked about environmentalism and leadership at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

If you enjoy these speeches sign up for our podcast.
AIROS Celebrates Women's History Month
Joanne Shenandoah
March is Women's History Month and at AIROS we have compiled a playlist of female Native American artists. The artists that are on the playlist are wonderful women who have contributed to Native music and we want to share some of their work with you for Women's History Month. So enjoy this playlist and others at

You can listen to these and other great artists on Native Sounds - Native Voices, hosted by Aden Marshall (Rosebud) and Tobias Grant (Omaha, Navajo, Sioux & Cherokee). Brand new programs air every Thursday morning 9 - 11am ET.
February 2010 Staff Picks

Aden's Pick: Buffy Sante-Marie "No No Keshagesh"

Eric's Pick: Jim Boyd with Alfonso Kolb "Not Drinkin' Song"

Jessica's Pick: Jackie Bird "Dreamer"

Justin's Pick: Blackfire "How Can We Confess?"

Missy's Pick: Georgia Wettlin-Larsen "Lakota Flute Song"

Ryan's Pick: Randy Wood "I Just Want You to Know"

Tobias' Pick: Quese Imc "Indian Girls"
Top Five AIROS Audio Downloads

Producer Profile

Jenni Monet
Jenni Monet
(Laguna Pueblo)

Jenni Monet is a versitile filmmaker with a desire to tell the Native story through the lens of those who lived it.

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