WGZS - Fond du Lac Storytelling
A historical perspective of the Fond du Lac Band, the 1854 treaty, how the boundaries of the reservation have changed over time. WGZS will take existing audio and edit it into a half-hour program that will air on WGZS and will be archived online.
$1,600,000 each year is appropriated for a grant to the Association of Minnesota Public Educational Radio Stations for production and acquisition grants in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, section 129D.19.
Fond du Lac Storytelling will help to interweave Native American culture and history into more facets of Native and non-Native communities.Fond du Lac Storytelling will help to increase locally focused content on WGZSFond du Lac Storytelling will increase knowledge and awareness of the way that history affected people's lives so they can make informed decisions in the futureThe storytelling segments will give Minnesotans of all ages, ethnicities and incomes more access to our Native American history and cultureWGZS will provide an estimated number of listeners reached through radio broadcasts, estimated number of people reached through the internet and social media as well as the number of stations that aired the segments