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All IN: Indigenous Peoples’ Day

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October 11 was Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a day to celebrate the history, culture, and impact of Native American people. It’s recognized by a handful of cities in Indiana, and last week President Biden became the first president to commemorate the day.

Today we spend the hour speaking with members of the Native American community in Indiana. We’ll learn about the history and culture of one tribe in the state, and talk about the unique issues Native people face today.

Produced by Micah Yason.

Guests:

Sally Tuttle
Member of the Choctaw Tribe of Oklahoma

Diane Hunter
Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma in Fort Wayne

Doug Peconge
Community Programing Manager for the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma in Fort Wayne

Carolina Castoreno
Executive Director, American Indian Center of Indiana

Lisa Welch
Director, Indiana Native American Indian Affairs Commission