KILI Radio - KILI is a broadcast radio station in Porcupine, South Dakota, United States, providing Community News, Talk and Entertainment as "the very first Indian-controlled, Indian-owned and Indian-run radio station in the U.S.," according to activist Russell Means, a strong proponent of the Lakota culture.
Love your programming and listen as much as I can.
Listening in from Great Britain! Watched Women Of The White Buffalo and discovered this radio station on there . Love the content ,chat from the presnters and some jolly good songs played. I wish you are love ,peace and harmony with your beautiful lives all the way from good old England . God Bless You All out there.
Sierra & Daniel mencucci17.06.2022
Love from Vermont
i love this radio!! Listening from duluth MN it so sad how we have treated Native American and still do. i miss russell means. If you want great information and want to read a good book read where the white man fear to tread by Russell Means. Is a very interesting book. so much great history!!
Used to listen every morning! Brings back good memories. Listening from Flintstone Georgia
Love the variety of music, listening from the Pueblo Of Laguna, in New Mexico
Hello from Uruguay, greetings to all the tribes, much respect and honor to all the Lakota Sioux!!!
Great staying love the DJ !!
KILI is the best, nothing else is like it. It was my privilege to stay on Pine Ridge one summer and help with wild fires. I learned and grew and changed thanks to my time with the people there. Thank you KILI for all the years of great radio.
Worked with AIM in Denver late 90s. Delivered a truck loaded with clothes to a destination near Pine Ridge, walked up the snow covered hill of Wounded Knee during a Dec 29 tribute with a Lakota elder, carried him and the sacred drum and eagle staff to a Columbus Day protest in Pueblo and attended a local pow wow in Porcupine and these and all the other memories are strong and solid. I also remember staying in a trailer that was close to Kili Radio and across the street one time I was there. I am surprised your songlist is what it is listening now but I love it just the same as I am open to both worlds and cultures as it just seems logical to be that way. Mitakuya Oyacin!