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- We talk with Chuck Sams, from the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, about the skeleton found in Kennewick, Washington, in 1996. After a long-running dispute over the bones, known to the tribes as “The Ancient One,” they were handed over to native tribes and buried this weekend in a private ceremony.
- Portlander André Allen Anjos won a Grammy earlier this month for his remix of Bob Moses’s “Tearing Me Up.” Just what does it take to remix a song anyhow?
- Ben Cannon, the executive director of the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission, joins us to talk about why state funds to pay for free community college are going largely to students from upper-middle and upper-income families.