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Amber Buker is a Founder of Totem, writer, podcast host, board member and an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. Totem is partnering with sovereign tribal governments to deliver culturally relevant financial products and education, make tribal benefits more accessible. “Less than 1% of banks are Native-owned. Totem, which will go live in […]

Bassoonist Dr. Jacqueline Wilson is an active performer, pedagogue, collaborator, and advocate. She currently serves as Principal Bassoonist of the Washington Idaho Symphony and Assistant Professor of Bassoon and Theory at Washington State University where she performs with the Solstice Faculty Wind Quintet. We were thrilled to learn more about Jacqueline is an avid supporter […]

Daybreak Star Radio Station recently had a great opportunity to interview President Guillory from Northwest Indian College. During this interview President Guillory discussed the need for culturally based education and the brand-new Health and Wellness Center for students at NWIC and how it will benefit the surrounding Indigenous communities. The future Health and Wellness Center […]

Daybreak Star Radio Network sits down in the studio to interview Adam Geisler (La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians) to discuss his work at of delivering services to tribes around the country. In his past work Mr. Geisler facilitated the recovery and communications between Tribal, Federal, State, and local agencies to rebuild the La Jolla […]

Celebrate the opening of Body Language: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest Honor the resilience and creativity of Indigenous tattoo artists. Guest-curated by Dion Kaszas, this exhibition features stunning photography paired with Burke collections for a one-of-a-kind experience.  Dion has been tattooing since 2009. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Skin Deep […]

Daybreak Star was very excited to interview Dr. Robin LaDue! Robin is a retired clinical psychologist formerly in private practice in Washington State. Robin’s grandfather and great-uncles were survivors of the Cushman Boarding School, having been removed from their parents and experienced the horrors of having their hair cut, not being able to speak their […]

Daybreak Star Radio was thrilled to interview BLACKBRAID!  Black Metal’s current shining star! BlackBraid is a Native American Black Metal solo project hailing from the Adirondack Wilderness. When his single, Barefoot Ghostdance on Blood Soaked Soil, released we were shocked – stunned – amazed – and ready to ROCK!!! Opening lyrics: Fiery drums of war […]

Daybreak Star Radio is honored to have the chance to interview James Beard award winning chef, restaurateur, author, speaker, and founder of a Non-Profit dedicated to addressing the economic and health crises affecting Native communities by re-establishing Native foodways. Chef Sean Sherman will be speaking at an in-person and virtual event at Seattle Public Library […]

Our team at Daybreak Star Radio had the amazing opportunity to interview Ruth-Ann Thorn. A native San Diegan, Ruth-Ann Thorn is a true native tribal member of the Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians. She brings a voice to elevating the Native American culture and in-turn the businesses community. Her entrepreneurship tireless work will leave a […]

Daybreak Star Radio Network sits down in the studio to interview Michelle M. Jacob (Yakama Nation) to discuss her work at the University of Oregon, where she is a Professor of Indigenous Studies.  During the interview, Michelle shared traditional stories and discussed: How storytelling tradition honors the precious teachings of our Elders. The importance of our […]

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