KSUT Public Radio is one of the first public radio stations to offer comprehensive Native American programming in the U.S. Forty years later, it continues to grow and flourish, with additional staff, programming and an anticipated new space.
With help from a local contractor, Kiowa tribe members in southwestern Oklahoma built a new location for the sacred practice: a park with a dance arena – on tribal land.
Alyssa Granado is like many 18-year-olds in the Kiowa Tribe, balancing the demands of school with time for family and friends. Except that she’s the tribe’s princess.
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