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Seeds back, land back! w/ Kayleigh Warren and Chasity Salvador

The Red Nation Podcast

Release Date: 06/28/2021

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Ojibwe journalist Mary Annette Pember () talks about deep family histories of Native boarding schools. Resources on boarding school trauma and healing: Support  

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Sasha Beaulieu, Red Lake Nation's Tribal Monitor, talks about the Line 3 struggle. The day after this was filmed, Enbridge moved the drill to the river. Urgent action is needed. Here's how you can help: Support: Instagram: Facebook:

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Haunani-Kay Trask was the leader of the modern Hawaiian sovereignty movement.  Introduction by Uahikea Maile   Support    

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Red Power Hour is back! Melodie Meyer joins RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz () and Melanie Yazzie to discuss Rutherford Falls, a new TV show with an Indigenous angle.  Support

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Anishnaabe artist and scholar Denise Lajimodiere discusses the history US Indian boarding schools and their enduring legacies. Resources on boarding school trauma and healing: Check out Denise's work: Support

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Red Power Hour is back! The Red Nation podcast host Nick Estes () joins RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz () and Melanie Yazzie to discuss justice for boarding and residential schools. Link to boarding school survivor help: Link to Nick’s story about Carlisle: Link to Nick’s editorial about St. Joseph Indian School:   Support

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Kayleigh Warren and Chasity Salvador join host Jen Marley to discuss the reclamation of Pueblo farming practices, climate change, and the importance of food and seed sovereignty. Support

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Melanie, Jen , and Kenard discuss the commodification of pride, pinkwashing, identity politics, beating pessimism, and what we should do to organize queer Indigenous revolutionary politics.    Support

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Yet-Si Blue (Janet McCloud) was a co-founder of Women of All Red Nations. She connects Indigenous spirituality to contemporary resistance, sovereignty, and the leadership of Indigenous women. Support  

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Guests Justine Teba and Nicole Martin join #RedPowerHour host Elena Ortiz to discuss the best and worst of indigenous people on the big screen.  Support

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Kayleigh Warren and Chasity Salvador join host Jen Marley (@JenMarley1680) to discuss the reclamation of Pueblo farming practices, climate change, and the importance of food and seed sovereignty.

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