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Sanctions on Iran w/ Sima Shakhsari & Yousef Baker

The Red Nation Podcast

Release Date: 05/09/2020

What is the Oceti Sakowin confederacy? w/ Craig Howe show art What is the Oceti Sakowin confederacy? w/ Craig Howe

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What’s in a name? Misnaming is central to the subjugation of Native Nations and the distortion of history.  Oglala scholar and founder of CAIRNS, Craig Howe, joins us to discuss the warped accounts of Lewis and Clark that he documents in the re-publication of This Stretch of the River: Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota Responses to the Lewis and Clark Expedition and Bicentennial (2006).  We then cover the origins of the Oceti Sakowin nations and the politics of American Indian education.  Buy this Stretch of the River here:   Find more information about CAIRNS here:...

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Mess with the seal, get the flipper w/ Malia Lum-Kawaihoa Marquez show art Mess with the seal, get the flipper w/ Malia Lum-Kawaihoa Marquez

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Kanaka Maoli educator Malia Lum-Kawaihoa Marquez () talks to Uahikea Maile ()  about the reoccupation of Waikīkī to protect Hawaiian monk seals from tourists. Red Media is hiring! Join our team!  Support

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Two million downloads and counting show art Two million downloads and counting

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RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz  and Melanie Yazzie are joined by comrade Jennifer Marley to discuss The Red Nation Podcast's reaching two million downloads!  Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast Can't get enough of the RPH crew?  Sign up for the Patreon for as little as $1 a month to get more great Indigenous feminist content--including the entirety of this conversation!  Support 

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Leonard Peltier's Walk to Justice show art Leonard Peltier's Walk to Justice

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The American Indian Movement has organized “Leonard Peltier’s Walk to Justice” from Minneapolis to Washington, D.C., where organizers plan to meet with government officials to demand the release of Peltier from the U.S. federal prison system. This recording is taken from the kickoff event in Minneapolis held on August 31st. Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast .  For more information on the walk, including how to get involved, visit the walk’s Facebook Support

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*Note: this conversation contains major plot spoilers* Red Power Hour co-hosts Melanie Yazzie and Elena Ortiz talk to Red Nation comrades Justine Teba and Kiley Guy about Prey (2022). Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast .    

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 A commemoration of the Hilo Massacre featuring Nick Estes (), Jollene Levid (), Ilima Long (), Loubna Qutami     Check out   Watch the here on The Red Nation .    Support

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Red Nation comrade Melanie Yazzie hosts this live event exploring the life and legacy of Larry Casuse, featuring Ursula C. Carillo, Erika Casuse, author David Correia, and a musical performance by . Read: Watch the  on The Red Nation Podcast  or watch this episode ad-free by signing up on  for as little as $1 a month. Support

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Daddio, JC & the Spook are a toxic trio show art Daddio, JC & the Spook are a toxic trio

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RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz and Melanie Yazzie tackle the thorny topic of the church in light of the Pope’s highly publicized, recent apology to First Nations people. Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast or watch this episode ad-free by signing up on  for as little as $1 a month. Support

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Solidarity is medicine w/ Samia Assed show art Solidarity is medicine w/ Samia Assed

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Justine Teba joins Red Power Hour co-host Melanie Yazzie and guest Samia Assed to revisit The Red Nation’s history and solidarity with Palestine. Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast or watch this episode ad-free by signing up on for as little as $1 a month.   Support  

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Gender violence and Indigenous resistance w/ Yvonne Swan show art Gender violence and Indigenous resistance w/ Yvonne Swan

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*Episode originally posted May 2019* In 1972, Yvonne Wanrow (now Yvonne Swan) shot a man who had tried to molest her son and neighbor’s son in Spokane, Washington. Her case became a rallying cry for Indigenous and feminist activists in the 1970s to highlight the intersections of colonialism, gender violence, and the injustices of the U.S. criminal system. The ensuing legal battle resulted in a landmark decision allowing for self-defense for survivors of domestic violence and marked the first time US courts acknowledged “the particular legal problems of women who defend themselves or their...

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