Indigenous Rights Radio snap bracelet USB drive
Indigenous Rights Radio uses the power of community radio to inform Indigenous communities of their rights. We envision a world in which Indigenous communities, equipped with knowledge of their rights, are empowered to protect their lands, languages, and cultures. Cultural Survival’s Indigenous radio producers gather stories from Indigenous Peoples around the world. In English, Spanish, and a growing array of Indigenous languages, we bring the voices of the Native peoples of Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas into dynamic dialogue about the meaning of Indigenous Peoples’ rights, their common struggles, and their evolving and innovative solutions to the problems they face today.
This USB drive is loaded almost 1000 radio programs in 32 languages, giving you hours of informational programs, including Public Service Announcements on Indigenous rights and how to implement them; interviews; radio documentaries; and live-recorded radio discussions.
These programs are all licensed under Creative Commons, meaning they are free to edit, share, and broadcast. We invite you to broadcast our programs on community radio stations near you and to share with your networks.
Buy purchasing a USB, you are making a donation to Cultural Survival that will enable us to provide one USB for free to a community radio station who can broadcast the material.
You buy one, we give one.
- Nepal Bhasa
- Q'eqchi (Belize)
- Q'eqchi (Guatemala)
- Rai Bantawa
- Rai Wombule
- Rai Chamling