Today we talk with Ramona Marozas (Bad River Band of Lake Superior) a multiplatform producer with over a decade of journalism experience, currently working in public television in Duluth, on the nationally syndicated news program, Native Report.
Ramona Morazas’s gift for uplifting Native voices through storytelling has been evident throughout her media career. As a former board member of the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA), Ramona encourages Native storytellers to pursue journalism and work in newsrooms across a wide range of media platforms. Ramona tells us about some of her most meaningful moments, making documentaries about the opioid crisis and unsolved cases of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives.
We appreciate Ramona’s gift for uplifting Native Voices by sharing stories on television and online.
Opiods: Crisis in the Nortland documentary: https://opioids.wdse.org/
Missing and Murdered: An Invisible Epidemic: https://kbjr6.com/2020/02/12/watch-missing-and-murdered-an-invisible-epidemic/
Native Report: https://native.wdse.org/
Native Lights: Where Indigenous Voices Shine is produced by Minnesota Native News and Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota’s Communities with support from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.