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Venezuela & sanctions w/ Abril Viscaya & Carolina Morales

The Red Nation Podcast

Release Date: 04/18/2020

Boarding school genocide w/ Nick and Jen (pt.2) show art Boarding school genocide w/ Nick and Jen (pt.2)

The Red Nation Podcast

*Warning: discussions of violence and abuse towards children* The Red Nation Podcast co-hosts Nick  and Jen  discuss the recent Department of Interior report on the federal Indian boarding school system, Indian child removal policies and forms of genocide. But what does justice look like for survivors and modern Native Nations? Make sure to check out the first half of the conversation from last week if you haven't already.  Support 

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Community, autonomy and reproductive justice show art Community, autonomy and reproductive justice

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Join RPH co-hosts Melanie Yazzie and Elena Ortiz along with Red Nation comrade Nicole Martin for a discussion on reproductive justice in Indian Country.  Check out (Date of recording: June 20, 2022) Support 

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Colombia & the Latin American left tide w/ David Adler show art Colombia & the Latin American left tide w/ David Adler

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David Adler from Progressive International ( discusses the recent Colombian presidential elections, where the left won for the first time in history. We talk about what that means for the region and anti-imperialist movements. Support

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Boarding school genocide w/ Nick and Jen (pt.1) show art Boarding school genocide w/ Nick and Jen (pt.1)

The Red Nation Podcast

*Warning: discussions of violence and abuse towards children* The Red Nation Podcast co-hosts Nick and Jen discuss the recent Department of Interior report on the federal Indian boarding school system, Indian child removal policies and forms of genocide. But what does justice look like for survivors and modern Native Nations?   Read the report here:     Resources for self-care and trauma:     National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition resources:   Listen to the second half of the conversation today or watch the video edition by subscribing...

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Red Power Hour host Elena Ortiz is joined by Sungmanitu and Sina Rahmani to discuss Denis Villeneuve's Dune (2021).   Support

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Listen carefully to rebellion’s echo w/ Susan Blight show art Listen carefully to rebellion’s echo w/ Susan Blight

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Anishinaabe artist talks with Uahikea Maile about her new installation , art and activism in Toronto, and collective rebellion.     Support

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The four invasions of Guatemala and Indigenous resistance w/ Giovanni Batz show art The four invasions of Guatemala and Indigenous resistance w/ Giovanni Batz

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*Episode originally posted November 2018* In this episode, Giovanni Batz — an Indigenous researcher, the son of Guatemalan working class parents, and the paternal grandson of K’iche’ Maya — talks about the history and struggle for Indigenous autonomy in the Ixil Region of Gutemala. His research interests include extractivist industries and megaprojects in Latin America, Guatemalan-Maya migration, displacement and diaspora, indigenous social movements, and human rights. Support

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The business of representation w/ Uahikea Maile show art The business of representation w/ Uahikea Maile

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Uahikea Maile on the recently-inaugurated Indigenous Politics Collaboratory at the University of Toronto. Guest hosted by Sina Rahmani Support  

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Intellectual no-fly zone w/ Mnar Adley show art Intellectual no-fly zone w/ Mnar Adley

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Empire is a misinformation war. In commemoration of the Nakba, we talk with Palestinian journalist and founder of MintPress News   , Mnar Adley , about censorship and Israel’s assassination of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.   Support

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The life and death of Larry Casuse w/ David Correia and Ursula Casuse Carrillo show art The life and death of Larry Casuse w/ David Correia and Ursula Casuse Carrillo

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In 1973, Navajo activist Larry Casuse took hostage at gunpoint the mayor of Gallup, protesting the city’s liquor industry’s deathly toll on Native people. We discuss the new book “An Enemy Such as This” detailing this history with author David Correia and Casuse’s sister Ursula, which is out now from . Support  

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