Unceded Airwaves is a radio show produced by CiTR’s Indigenous Collective. The team is comprised of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who are passionate about radio, alternative media and Indigenous topics and issues. We are committed to centering the voices of Native people and offering alternative narratives that empower Native people and their stories. We recognize that media has often been used as a tool to subordinate or appropriate native voices and we are committed to not replicating these dynamics.
The one hour show airs every Wednesday from 1-2pm. Each episode has its own theme, as well as a consistent news update and information about upcoming events. We also feature new and exciting Indigenous bands. You can follow us on twitter and facebook! Tune in and we hope you enjoy!
CiTR 101.9 FM is the broadcasting voice of the University of British Columbia, situated on the unceded, traditional Coast Salish territory of the H?n?q??min??m? speaking Musqueam peoples.