Tag Archives: Olympia

Tonight January 13, 2019

Tonight we dedicate our show to Chairman David Lopeman. Rest in Power!

Tonight 4-4:30pm Pacific we will visit with to Unist’ot’ en Clan member Karla Tait, learn about the violence against Wet’suwet’en people, and how it fits into the big picture of colonialism in Canada.

Than from 5-6pm we will be visiting with Bridget Ray and Earth Sovereign about the up coming MMIW Marches in Olympia and Seattle.

“Make No Bones About It.” Sunday’s 4-6pm

Image by Dennis Walsh

Billy Frank Jr. Trail & Park This coming week Billy Frank Jr. will be Honored. The Port of Olympia, The Frank Family, Squaxin Island Nation, Nisqually Nation, and the City of Olympia all worked together to make this happen. Together they will be naming the park in Billy Frank Jr.’s honor. East Bay Trail will be named for a true hero! On Uncle Billy’s Birthday March 9th, 2018. It’s on a Friday. It starts at 10am. Come be apart of the healing!

Billy Frank Jr. Trail & Park

This coming week Billy Frank Jr. will be Honored. The Port of Olympia, The Frank Family, Squaxin Island Nation, Nisqually Nation, and the City of Olympia all worked together to make this happen. Together they will be naming the park in Billy Frank Jr.’s honor. East Bay Trail will be named for a true hero! On Uncle Billy’s Birthday March 9th, 2018. It’s on a Friday. It starts at 10am. Come be apart of the healing!

https://nwtreatytribes.org/billy-frank-jr-honored-port-olympia-park/

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!

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.