Learn about one of the most remote radio stations in the world! KUHB 91.9FM operates on the small island of St. Paul, Alaska. Their community lived through centuries of enslavement by the Russian Fur trade. Then, during WW II, the U.S. government "relocated" the local Aleut people to internment camps in another part of Alaska. Upheaval and oppression have been the constant companions of this community, but they're still here. Today, KUHB hopes their signal can reunite the children of St. Paul and St. George, the two main islands that make up the Pribilof Islands, north of the Aleutian Chain. This piece has many voices from the community - both young and old. There's a little history plus updated news on what's happening for the residents of St. Paul today. It also contains a portion of a traditional Unangan tale called "The Moon's Sister". This is what radio was meant to be.