The Hopi Nation welcomed reggae with open arms more than 25 years ago. Casper Lomayesva is a product of this connection.Maybe it is because he understands what Jamacians are going through; or maybe it is the drums and bass. Whatever it is, Casper's reggae music addresses Native social injustices.

John Gregg has known for a while that moving away from Lincoln, Neb., was a possibility. But the longtime AIROS manager and now project coordinator for Native Radio Theater has decided it’s time after 12 years producing Native American radio for NAPT.

Gregg’s wife, Martha, completed her Ph.D. in mathematics and the family will move to Sioux Falls, S.D., where Martha will be teaching college this fall.

Billy Luther (Producer/Director, GRAB) studied film at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, and worked on projects for the Smithsonian Institution’s New York City National Museum of the American Indian Film and Video Center.

Erica Scharf has spent much of her career in documentary film and television. She is currently editing the documentary television show, The Shift, airing on Investigation Discovery.

Adrian Baker has worked in animation (web/TV) for over ten years.

For the first time in its 300-year-old history, the Laguna Pueblo villages are sharing with the outside world their annual summer celebration, Grab Day. A feast day celebration in honor of their patron saints, Grab Day culminates in the Throw—when families flock to the flat, traditional pueblo style roofs of their homes to shower high spirited crowds of community members below with bread, water, toys, food and other gifts.

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