Anton Treuer

Anton Treuer on Call of the Wild

Apr 23, 2018

Milt Lee interviews Anton Treuer, author and professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University.  Dr. Treuer tells the story of how he navigated through a few of his own early obstacles to arrive where he is today.

Area Voices: Gangs

Nov 8, 2017

 "All human beings have an intrinsic desire to be accepted, to know it's ok to be me and someone's got my back...if the existing choices for having that, for finding that, feel like they don't fit, then people look elsewhere..."

Anton Treuer stopped by the KBXE studio recently and spoke candidly about a variety of topics, one of which was gangs on northern Minnesota reservations.  Gangs can be appealing in terms of meeting that essential human need to belong and feel protected.  Click on the link for the full conversation.  

Anna Gibbs stood less than 5 feet tall during her time here on earth.  Despite her small stature, she left an immense wave of joy, spiritual connectedness, cultural understanding and service to others in her wake.  Over the course of  her lifetime, she became one of the most influential leaders of the Red Lake Nation and an inspiration across Indian Country and beyond.

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Professor, author and cultural trainer Anton Treuer stopped by the KBXE studio recently.   In this segment of Area Voices: Anishinaabenaajimon,  Treuer reflects on the Dakota Access Pipeline and current Minnesota pipeline activity.

While talking about pow wows with professor and author Anton Treuer, we got off on the topic of Native Americans and the US Military.  Did you know that more natives serve in the armed services per capita than any other ethnic group?  Click on the link for our conversation.   

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