Native Talk Arizona Radio Show

Native Talk Arizona presents interviews and discussions regarding current events, health, social, and cultural matters of interest to urban Native Americans, as well as performances of new and traditional Native American music.

Native Talk Arizona is broadcasted Tuesday nights at 7:06 p.m. MST, on radiophoenix.org, with a encore broadcast Thursday afternoons at 4:06 p.m.

Native Talk Arizona is also available on Spotify, iTunes Podcasts, and MixCloud.

The views and opinions expressed by guests of Native Talk Arizona are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Native Talk Arizona or NATIVE HEALTH.

“Indian Car” used with permission by Keith Secola.

Meet our host, Lanasha Puati

Yá’át’ééh ( hello)
Shik’éí dóó shidine’é (my family and my people, friends)
Shí éí Lanasha yinishyé (I am Lanasha)
Kin ł ichii’nii nishłį́ (I am the Red House Clan)
Tódích’íí’nii bashishchiin (Born for the Bitter Water Clan)
Táchii’nii dashicheii (My maternal grandfather is Red Running Into the Water People Clan)
Ta’neeszahnii dashinalí (My paternal grandfather is Tangle Clan)
Ákót’éego diné asdzáán nishłį́ (In this way, I am a Navajo woman)
Ahéhee’ (Thank you)
 
 
Lanasha Puati works at NATIVE HEALTH in the Communications Department and is the host for Native Talk Arizona, Tuesdays at 7:06 p.m. Lanasha is Navajo from Northern Arizona. She grew up on the Navajo reservation in LeChee near Page. She is married with two daughters. Her husband is Angolan and Portuguese, born in Luanada, Angola. Since their family is tied together by two very different cultures, her passion is raising their kids culturally rich in both cultures. As her role in hosting Native Talk Arizona she is ready to learn and share many resources available for the community and highlight as many native entrepreneurs and artists.
 

Want to be a guest?

Please call (602) 279-5262, ext. 3111 or email: Slevy@nachci.com to arrange an interview. Keep in mind, we typically record interviews one week in advance, so let us know of your interest as early as possible to get on the schedule.

 

Native Talk Arizona Guests

2020 Native Talk Arizona Interviews

For previous interviews please visit: https://www.mixcloud.com/nativehealthphoenix

Airdate: March 17, 2020

Listen to this episode from Native Talk Arizona on Spotify. Guests include:Valentina and Loren Aragon of ACONAV a Native American owned and operated couture fashion brand in PhoenixTudor Montague of Spirit Mountain Roasting CompanyAlaskan Native artist James Johnson who will share with us about his unique artistic style

Airdate: March 10, 2020

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Airdate: March 3, 2020

Listen to this episode from Native Talk Arizona on Spotify. Guests include:Owner and executive chef of Frybread Fanatics!, Adriana Garcia and David AldereteNicole Whitaker about the upcoming Indigenous Culture Week at ASUTravis Hamilton, owner of Holt Hamilton Films about his upcoming projects

Airdate: February 25, 2020

Listen to this episode from Native Talk Arizona on Spotify. Guests include:Daphne Leonard, Vice President of the Indi-Genius.

Airdate: February 18, 2020

Listen to this episode from Native Talk Arizona on Spotify. Guests include:Navajo Writer, Director and Actor, Ryan BegayCaroline Oppleman and Elise Mikkelsen with the Arizona Department of Gaming, Division of Problem GamblingArtist and owner of Hilltops, Gergory HillChef Quentin Calbus to learn more about his indigenous recipesSupport the show (https://www.nativehealthphoenix.org/donate/)

Airdate: February 11, 2020

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Airdate January 21, 2020

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Airdate: January 14, 2020

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Airdate: January 07, 2020

Listen to this episode from Native Talk Arizona on Spotify. Guests include:Kristine Fire Thunder and Rafael Tapia about the Governor’s Office on Tribal RelationsValaura Imus-Nahsonhoya will discuss human trafficking in Indian countryChef Maria Parra Cano, owner of Sana Sana: Food Medicine for the PeopleSupport the show (https://www.nativehealthphoenix.org/donate/)