Tag Archives: Olympia

Remembering Dennis Banks, 11-5-2017 at 5pm on “Make No Bones About It.”

Tune in this Sunday, November 5th, 2017 and listen to an older interview  with Dennis Banks and a couple of friends some of the voices you might  recognize. It was exciting and fun to have this time with Dennis. We raise our hands up to you for all you have done. Prayers for your journey and prayers to your family!

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Remembering Dennis Banks. 11-5-2017 at 5pm on “Make No Bones About It.”

Tune in this Sunday, November 5th, 2017 and listen to an older interview  with Dennis Banks and a couple of friends some of the voices you might  recognize. It was exciting and fun to have this time with Dennis. We raise our hands up to you for all you have done. Prayers for your journey and prayers to your family!

Remembering Dennis Banks. 11-5-2017 at 5pm on “Make No Bones About It.”

Tune in this Sunday, November 5th, 2017 and listen to an older interview  with Dennis Banks and a couple of friends some of the voices you might  recognize. It was exciting and fun to have this time with Dennis. We raise our hands up to you for all you have done. Prayers for your journey and prayers to your family!

Remembering Dennis Banks. 11-5-2017 at 5pm on “Make No Bones About It.”

Tune in this Sunday, November 5th, 2017 and listen to an older interview  with Dennis Banks and a couple of friends some of the voices you might  recognize. It was exciting and fun to have this time with Dennis. We raise our hands up to you for all you have done. Prayers for your journey and prayers to your family!

Lisa Pemberton on Make No Bones About It. September 3rd, 2017 at 4pm


Lisa Pemberton (White Earth Chippewa) is a reporter and news team leader at The Olympian. She covers education, Thurston County government and breaking news. She has worked for the Governor’s Office of Indian Affairs, the Department of Labor and Industries and The Seattle Times. Lisa’s parents are the late Jerry and Norma Pemberton, who helped lead (and in some cases create) drug and alcohol prevention programs for numerous tribes including Puyallup, Muckleshoot and Squaxin Island. She was raised in Washington State and has close ties to several Puget Sound tribes. Lisa and her husband Todd have three children, ages 10, 12 and 16. She has won several awards and was most recently honored with national awards from the Native American Journalists Association for stories on the Paddle to Nisqually (canoe journey) and controversial test tickets fired at JBLM that affected the Nisqually tribal community.

Re-airing Voices of Unity

Over the past few years I have tried two campaigns to fundraise for support I need to digitize 10 years of audio. I am looking to purchase an Apple computer for it ability to process high quality audio files. The last two campaigns I raised about 140.00 which paid for a year of SoundCloud access so I can place audio out there for folks to listen too. As things in my life are constantly changing things are opening up for me to get this collection uploaded which is for all humanity. If you do feel aligned with this project I would so appreciate your willingness to help so I can dedicate next few years to upload all that I have to share with our world community. Thanks again! Please share!

Ira Coyne, Chauncey Peltier share about the Mural dedicated to Leonard Peltier October 11th, 2015 at 5pm

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A local sign painter and muralist in Olympia, Ira Coyne, heard Chauncey interviewed by Raven Redbone on his show Make No Bones About it on KAOS radio. When Ira learned Leonard was a painter, he looked up his work and was taken by the pink lion depicted in Stalking. He then reached out to Raven and Chauncey to turn this piece into a mural at our city’s artesian well. Chauncey is now in Olympia for the week to work on the mural with Ira and anyone else who shows up at the well to lend a hand. (The official ribbon cutting for the mural will coincide with Olympia’s Inaugural Indigenous Peoples Day, this Monday October 12, at 12:00 pm by Olympia’s Artesian Well.)

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Who is Leonard Peltier?