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"Let's Call It What It Is"

Listen to Dakota Talk Radio every Tuesday at 11:00 to hear our domestic violence and sexual assault prevention programming. Interviews, call-ins, public service announcements and updates on this very important issue.

Listen to the "Call It What It Is" on Dakota Talk Radio every Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m.
Listen to the "Call It What It Is" on DTR rebroadcast every Thursdays at 2:00 p.m.

#1-July 26, 2007 with Lyn Archambeau
#2-August 2, 2007 with Richard Milda and Lyn Archambeau
#3- August 15, 2007 with Charon Asetoyer
#4- August 17, 2007 with Richard Milda
#5- August 23, 2007 with Nancy Kapp and Brother Marty
#6- September 11, 2007 with The Silent Witnesses
#7- September 20, 2007 with Lyn Archambeau
#8- September 20, 2007 with Richard Milda
#9- October 9, 2007 with Richard Milda
#10- October 16, 2007 with Jenn Wyse
#11- October 25, 2007 with Lyn Archambeau and Jenn Wyse
#12- November 1, 2007 with Pearl Gulberndson
#13- November 6, 2007 with Lyn Archambeau
#14 November 7, 2007 with Richard Milda
#15- November 16, 2007 with Donna Haukaas
#16- November 27, 2007 with Lyn Archambeau
#17- December 4, 2007 with Georgia Holiday

Season 2: Let's Call It What It Is

Charon Asetoyer and Lyn Archambeau Discuss Prevention of Teen Dating Violence.
A companion radio program to the Teen Dating Violence Prevention Curriculum

#1 Intro to the Teen Dating Violence Curriculum
#2 February 24, 2008 Feelings Vocabulary
#3 March 3, 2008 Creating Life, Planning Future
#4 March 10, 2008 Healthy Relationships
#5 March 17, 2008 Understanding Boundaries
#6 March 24, 2008 Assertiveness and Communication Skills
#7 March 31, 2008 A Native American Young Woman's Guide to Safe Dating
#8 April 7, 2008 Guide to Safe Dating (continued), Chapter 7
#9 April 14, 2008 Warning Signs of Unsafe Dating Situations

Mission

The Native American Community Board (NACB) works to protect the health and human rights of Indigenous Peoples pertinent to our communities through cultural preservation, education, coalition building, community organizing, reproductive justice, environmental justice, and natural resource protection while working toward safe communities for women and children at the local, national, and international level.

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