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KDNK offers a variety of public affairs programming weekday afternoons in the 4:00 hour. All are hosted by volunteers.

For Land's Sake Explores the History of Injustice for Indigenous Americans

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Jack Hiller, photographer for John Wesley Powell
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For Land's Sake host Bill Kight explores the history of our area's original stewards, the Ute Indians. He talks about broken treaties, white 'assimilation' efforts and forced relocations. Bill Kight also discusses the need for reconciliation, and what we as individuals should do about injustice when we're made aware of it.

Bill Kight hosts “For Land’s Sake" the second Tuesday of every month.

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