Listen to the show! Here are today's guests:

  • Marijo Moore, Author and former commentator on First Voices Indigenous Radio, go to her website www.marijomoore.com.
  • Leslye Abbey, social worker and independent filmmaker, she is screening a testimonial film called "Houma Nation vs. Hurricanes" this Sunday, December 11th at 11am, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Queens. Learn more about how Katrina and Rita impacted the Houma nation. Phone 516-679-8216 for more information.
  • Charles Verdin, Chair of the Pointe -au-Chien tribe in the lower bayou of southern Lousiana. He speaks about the impact of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on his community, and the historical context of the tribe. Interview by John Hamiltion, producer at Democracy Now!.
  • Stephen Martin, working with LakotaKidz. He speaks about how the rising cost of fuel will impact Native reservations in South Dakota this winter. Prices will be extremely high there, where the winters are deadly cold, reaching well below 0 degrees. His organization works to deliver services, but faces major logistical obstacles.