AUDIO: Native post-mort on US midterms; how Canada’s youth see Aboriginal history differently; Chiefs’ conflict of interest

THE WORD’s Lady V and MI’s Rick Harp cover three recent posts this time out: on-line Native American voter activism and analysis; a new poll revealing a possible generation gap in how Canadians view Aboriginal peoples’ role in building the country; and, the controversial move by Chiefs in southern Manitoba to take seats on the board of a regional child and family service agency.

MI on STREETZ, Nov. 9, 2010: [audio:http://mediaindigena.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Mediaindigena-TheWord-Nov-9-10.mp3|titles=Mediaindigena-TheWord-Nov-9-10]

Catch MI on THE WORD live on-air/on-line at STREETZ 104.7 FM every Tuesday at 12 noon central time.

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