Bois Forte Tribal Community Radio

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  • Call Letters: KBFT
  • Frequency: 89.9 FM
  • Networks: AMPERS

Our call sign is going to be KBFT and you all can tune into our programming at 89.9 MHz on the FM dial. KBFT is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to broadcast at 1000 Watts (1kW) with our antenna located atop the Nett Lake water tower in the village of Nett Lake, MN. Our studios are located in the Nett Lake School campus building. KBFT is owned and operated by the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa.

Series

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Anishinaabe Storytelling event features stories and knowledge told my guests that are traditionally told during the winter time.

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93 Pieces

Anishinaabe Word of The Day 2021 with Karen Drift

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214 Pieces

Karen Drift speaks many words and phrases in Anishinaabe and English.

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Grand Portage Ojibwe Billy Blackwell has ties and shares language dialect and stories of Nett Lake MN. Background music provided by the Native American Rock Band from Nett Lake, War Bonnet.

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9 Pieces

Anishinabe storytelling, a program that conveys teachings of the Anishinabe culture as told in the oral tradition of the people of the Bois Forte communities.

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182 Pieces

Karen Drift shares Anishinabemoen with the Word of the Day.

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451 Pieces

Bois Forte Band members share Anishinabemoen with Words and Phrases of the Day.

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419 Pieces

Harvey Thompson shares Anishinabemoen with Words and Phrases of the Day.

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KBFT 89.9 FM Bois Forte Tribal Radio and the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund present: Bois Forte 90 Bois Forte Ojibwe History in 90 seconds.

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13 Pieces

Bois Forte Ogema Anishinabeg. This project will explore Leaders, within the Tribal Government, both past and present as well as the spiritual leaders.


Latest Pieces

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Virgil recalls as a pre-teen "a jet must have hit the speed of sound overhead. We heard a sonic boom and thought that was the end of the world. We...

  • Added: Dec 01, 2014
  • Length: 09:17
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Jerome has an interesting interpretation of where 'here' is. He also recalls as a boy how he and his brothers would rent a bike for the day. He l...

  • Added: Nov 26, 2014
  • Length: 10:01
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HeartWarrior tells how in the city they held bomb drills and when up in the Boundary Waters area, they would have 'bear drills'. It seemed to her ...

  • Added: Nov 26, 2014
  • Length: 10:07
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Rosemary shares her amazement when they installed electric lights in her home. She would flick the light switch so many times, watching the lights...

  • Added: Nov 26, 2014
  • Length: 10:42
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Cisco recalls: the Cuban missile crisis and how she was afraid of Castro, the arrival of the Beattles, houses in the village getting indoor plumbin...

  • Added: Nov 26, 2014
  • Length: 09:35
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Elaine recalls the impact of the asassination of John F Kennedy on her life, the first television brought into her community. How they lived with ...

  • Added: Nov 26, 2014
  • Length: 07:54
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Hank shares recollections of his youth, growing up off the reservation and how events influenced his beliefs which he still carries today.

  • Added: Nov 26, 2014
  • Length: 09:01
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Myra when she was a young girl, used to carry water for the elders. This one elder would leave her a dime for carrying his water but Myra wouldn't...

  • Added: Nov 26, 2014
  • Length: 09:04

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