Good morning everyone! Welcome to “Living The Circle of Life,” a program that airs every Sunday morning from 7 to 10 a.m. on KRCL, the community radio station. This program is dedicated solely to the indigenous people of Utah.
I’m your co-host, representing the Clinet Unangan and Athabascan Nations from Alaska. “Living The Circle of Life” serves as a voice for the indigenous community, providing information on events and other happenings. We believe that music is the heart and soul of our program, covering everything from traditional chanting and powwow music to contemporary indigenous artists performing rap, rock, country, and folk.
As a community radio station, we have the freedom to curate the music that resonates with our audience. For more than four decades, “Living The Circle of Life” has been bringing music, news, and stories to the people of Turtle Island, which is how many Native people refer to North America. As co-hosts, we are grateful for the opportunity to steward this program, and we strive to honor and do justice to all the nations of Turtle Island. In addition to music, we also feature guest interviews and promote upcoming events, such as the virtual “Adopt a Native Elder Rug Show,” which raises funds for the Navajo reservation. We believe that it is important to expand the perception of what it means to be indigenous. We are not just people of the past, but also scientists, engineers, activists, and community radio hosts. Once again, don’t forget to tune in to “Living The Circle of Life” every Sunday morning from 7 to 10 a.m.
on KRCL, the community radio station. Visit our website fox13now for more information, particularly about the virtual “Adopt a Native Elder Rug Show” event..