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Get Ready for Stommish Flow Fest 2024! Join us on June 15th at 8pm and enjoy an incredible lineup of talented artists who will be bringing their unique sounds and electrifying performances to the stage. Celebrate the rich tapestry of music and culture with: DJ BIG REZ Sten Joddi Sekawnee Hgs Cisko Stuey Lil Jim […]

Discover the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, nestled in Seattle’s Discovery Park. Founded in the 1970s by United Indians of All Tribes, this center arose from the efforts of urban Native activists claiming their land rights under the Treaty of Fort Laramie. Despite facing violent opposition, they transformed a decommissioned military base into a thriving […]

In a captivating conversation with Red and Ronnie on Daybreak Star Radio, Mary Big Bull-Lewis and Randy Lewis expressed her enthusiasm for the upcoming event, “Unsettled.” This unique theatrical production, brought to life by the Dangerous Women collaborative, marks its final year. “Unsettled” explores the rich history of Central Washington through a blend of music, […]

In a stirring interview on Daybreak Star Radio Station, Ronnie the Blue Eyed Native delved into the remarkable journey of Sandra K. Begay, a trailblazer in renewable energy and indigenous advocacy. As a Principal Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories and former Regent for the University of New Mexico, Sandra’s story epitomizes […]

In a recent interview on Daybreak Star Radio Station, Ronnie the Blue Eyed Native engaged in a captivating discussion with Sarah Folden, a Contemporary Coast Salish artist and member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe. Sarah’s artistic journey is a rich tapestry woven with diverse mediums, from printmaking to painting, all rooted in her deep connection […]

In a captivating September 2022 broadcast on Daybreak Star Radio, Joey Clift stepped into the spotlight, engaging in a dynamic conversation with Ronnie, the blue-eyed Native, to share profound insights into Native comedy and TV writing. Both proud members of the Cowlitz Tribe, their dialogue illuminated the airwaves, offering a poignant exploration of cultural identity […]

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is on the lookout for community members with diverse professional and life experiences to play a crucial role in guiding the future of Seattle’s essential water and solid waste services. This is your chance to make a tangible impact on our city’s infrastructure and sustainability efforts. By serving on SPU’s Customer […]

In Seattle & King County, the Cancer Resources program provides vital breast and cervical cancer screenings for uninsured or high-deductible insurance holders across Washington. Early detection through these screenings is key for effective treatment. Please note, colon cancer screenings are no longer funded as of 2020. Patient Support: – BCCHP offers free screenings and connects […]

In the realm of cultural exploration and Indigenous advocacy, Tanook stands as a beacon of innovation and unity. Our recent exclusive interview with Tanook on Daybreak Star Radio provided a rare insight into their captivating journey. In this blog post, we’ll delve into their enlightening insights on “Cultural Fusion” and “Advocating for Indigenous Peoples’ Law.” […]

Are you eager to delve deeper into the world of Peshawn Bread, the visionary Indigenous filmmaker behind groundbreaking projects like “The Daily Life of Mistress Red”? Here’s your chance to gain exclusive insights and behind-the-scenes anecdotes straight from the source. Listen to the full interview with Peshawn Bread. In this captivating discussion, Peshawn shares her […]

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