I was lucky enough to discuss tribal disenrollment on his Native America Calling show. He understood the issues.
A man who spent 12 years as the host and producer of the nationally broadcast radio show Native America Calling and was once considered the “voice of Indian Country” died Tuesday, surrounded by friends and family.
Harlan McKosato, 54, was a citizen of the Sac and Fox Nation of Oklahoma. He grew up on the Iowa Reservation in the north-central part of the state.
“Harlan was an icon in Indian Country for his award-winning contributions to world news outlets,” his family said in a statement following his passing in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Tuesday. “He possessed a unique storytelling ability that enabled him to report on any subject in profound ways.”
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