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The Scam of Reconciliation w/ Eva Jewell

The Red Nation Podcast

Release Date: 01/18/2021

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Historian and co-host of Guerrilla History Podcast  Adnan Husain  sees the war on terror as part of a long history going back to the medieval crusades. This deep-dive historical discussion traces the early forms of racial capitalism and settler colonialism as they arose in Europe and the Americas. Make sure to check out the first half of the conversation! Support   

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In Memory of Clyde Bellecourt show art In Memory of Clyde Bellecourt

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Clyde Bellecourt was an Ojibwe leader and one of the founding members of the American Indian Movement (AIM). He gave this convocation in October 1971 to students at Augsburg University titled "Custer Died For Your Sins," a reference to Vine Deloria's book of the same name.  Introduction by Nick Estes Source:

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Traveling While Indigenous show art Traveling While Indigenous

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Red Power Hour co-hosts Elena Ortiz and Melanie Yazzie kick off 2022 discussing something we all want but can’t have right now: traveling and vacationing (from an Indigenous left perspective, of course). Support

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The War on Terror & the “crusading society” w/ Adnan Husain (Pt.1) show art The War on Terror & the “crusading society” w/ Adnan Husain (Pt.1)

The Red Nation Podcast

Historian and co-host of Guerrilla History Podcast Adnan Husain sees the war on terror as part of a long history going back to the medieval crusades. This deep-dive historical discussion traces the early forms of racial capitalism and settler colonialism as they arose in Europe and the Americas. Support  

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(Preview) On (Preview) On "patriotic" socialism

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Nick Estes and Sina Rahmani from to discuss the rise of a self-described group of "patriotic socialists."  Listen to the entire conversation by signing up for as little as $1 per month at

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Hope is Revolutionary, Hope is Indigenous (Pt.2) show art Hope is Revolutionary, Hope is Indigenous (Pt.2)

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Red Power Hour is back! RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz and Melanie Yazzie break down the major stories for Indigenous liberation in 2021 in a two-episode series (yes it took us that long to talk about 2021). Support

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Unsettling Mormonism w/ nic & Kobi show art Unsettling Mormonism w/ nic & Kobi

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TRN Podcast co-hosts Nick Estes and Jen Marley () talk to nic and Kobi about the settler colonial underpinnings of Mormonism. Check out Unsettling Mormonism () on Instagram.  Support    

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Red Power Hour is back! RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz and Melanie Yazzie break down the major stories for Indigenous liberation in 2021 in a two-episode series (yes it took us that long to talk about 2021). Support

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Sabino vive! The legacy of an Indigenous revolutionary w/ Fidel Acosta “Küpa” show art Sabino vive! The legacy of an Indigenous revolutionary w/ Fidel Acosta “Küpa”

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We talk with comrade Fidel about the Yukpa Indigenous revolutionary Sabino Romero and his life, legacy, and role in the Bolivarian Revolution. Instagram: Support 

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Shut Down Red Hill, Ola I Ka Wai w/ Shelley Muneoka show art Shut Down Red Hill, Ola I Ka Wai w/ Shelley Muneoka

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A Navy storage facility built in Red Hill during WWII has been leaking jet fuel underground on Oʻahu for decades. Uahikea talks with about how the military is poisoning the water and people, and the movement to protect water and demilitarize Hawaiʻi.   Support:

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Dr. Eva Jewell (Ma'iingan Dodem)—Anishinaabekwe from Deshkan Ziibiing with Haudenosaunee lineage—explains that Canadian reconciliation with Indigenous peoples won’t be fulfilled until 2074. Uahikea Maile talks with Dr. Jewell about the Yellowhead Institute’s new report to hold Canada accountable for genocide. They discuss crocodile tears, genocide deniers, and the scam of reconciliation.