Jay Winter Nightwolf

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Jay Winter Nightwolf (Jay Gola Wahya Sunoyi) is a Washington, DC-based historian, poet, writer, and commentator. His weekly radio show, Nightwolf—The Most Dangerous Show on Radio (www.WPFW.org) brings an American Indian perspective to domestic and global issues. He is a Buffalo Ridge Cherokee, registered member of Echota Cherokee Nation, and longtime native rights activist. Nightwolf helped organize 2008's The Longest Walk, which left San Francisco in February 2008, to reach Washington, DC on July 11, 2008, calling for increased respect for Mother Earth and preservation of American Indian sacred sites. As a press gallery member for the U.S. House and Senate, Nightwolf's message provides a root context for PDA's 21st century progressive politics: We are all members of the one human family. Let us walk together in respect, harmony and love with one another and with all the life on this earth.

Progressive Democrats of America

Jay Winter Nightwolf is a former member of the Progressive Democrats of America Advisory Board.

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