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A Tour of the Española Healing Foods Oasis

The Red Nation Podcast

Release Date: 09/04/2023

From Minnesota to Palestine: Teach In and Panel Discussion show art From Minnesota to Palestine: Teach In and Panel Discussion

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In our utmost solidarity, The Red Nation has remained diligent in responding and taking action in the movements toward Palestinian liberation. The Red Nation was joined by: Anthony from , with Indigenous Protector Movement, Nicole Mason with Camp Nenookassi, with American Muslims for Palestine, with , and with MN Workers United & Hosted at the New City Center for Healing Justice in Minneapolis. . Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast Date of recording: Sunday, December 3rd. Are you Indigenous? Do you support Palestine? Learn more about joining the Indigenous solidarity with...

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“A Movement of Families”: The Legacy of Wounded Knee, 1973 and an Oral History of the American Indian Movement show art “A Movement of Families”: The Legacy of Wounded Knee, 1973 and an Oral History of the American Indian Movement

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*Note: The is available to all patrons of Red Media!* A of the Northern Great Plains History Conference featuring the oral histories and perspectives of esteemed Native elders, AIM activists, and Wounded Knee veterans Panelists: Dorothy Ninham is a Wolf Clan member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. She is best known for her work in the early 70s as a founder of the American Indian Alcohol Treatment Council after joining the American Indian Movement. Madonna Thunder Hawk, an Oohenumpa Lakota, is a veteran of every modern Native occupation from Alcatraz to Wounded Knee in 1973...

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Palestine will be decolonized w/ Rawan Eid and Fathi Nemer (pt.2) show art Palestine will be decolonized w/ Rawan Eid and Fathi Nemer (pt.2)

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*We had originally planned to keep this half of the conversation behind the paywall but there was so much positive feedback we decided to unlock the audio.*     TRN Podcast co-host Nick Estes  in conversation with Rawan Eid  and Fathi Nemer , the co-creators of   Are you Indigenous? Do you support Palestine? Learn more about joining the Indigenous solidarity with Palestine movement and sign the letter here:  Support

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*This is the first half of an almost two-hour-long episode. To listen to sign up for as low as $2 a month or you can watch the on The Red Nation Podcast for free*  TRN Podcast co-host Nick Estes in conversation with Rawan Eid and Fathi Nemer , the co-creators of   Are you Indigenous? Do you support Palestine? Learn more about joining the Indigenous solidarity with Palestine movement and sign the letter here: Support

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A free Palestine frees us all show art A free Palestine frees us all

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Red Power Hour is back! RPH co-host Melanie Yazzie is joined by Jen Marley, Justine Teba, Demetrius Johnson, and Kiley Guy for a rowdy debrief of last Saturday's in Washington, DC.   Are you Indigenous? Do you support Palestine? Learn more about joining the Indigenous solidarity with Palestine movement and sign the letter here:   Watch the  on The Red Nation Podcast YouTube channel Support

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Indigenous solidarity with Palestine w/ Uahikea Maile and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson show art Indigenous solidarity with Palestine w/ Uahikea Maile and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

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Editor's note: We had some technical difficulties and lost significant portions of this episode, one of which Nick re-recorded afterward. Apologies for the at times disjointed conversation TRN Podcast co-host Nick Estes  is joined by TRN comrades Uahikea Maile and to discuss the shared solidarities between Native people in Palestine and Turtle Island and the public letter signed by over 132 Native activists, artists, and intellectuals in solidarity with Palestine.   "As Indigenous peoples, we condemn the increase in anti-Palestinian, anti-Islamic, and anti-Arab violence everywhere....

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Chainsaw hearts and the horrors of genocide w/ Stephen Graham Jones show art Chainsaw hearts and the horrors of genocide w/ Stephen Graham Jones

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 (Blackfoot) has published over thirty books and hundreds of short stories. His next book, The Angel of Indian Lake, the concluding work of the Indian Lake trilogy, will be out in March 2024. Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast Support

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RPH Palestine Roundtable - We go back in time only to come here right now show art RPH Palestine Roundtable - We go back in time only to come here right now

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Red Power Hour is back! A somber episode featuring Red Nation comrades Justine Teba and Demetrious Johnson reflecting on the terrors of settler colonialism in Palestine and what Native people on Turtle Island offer to their liberation struggle.  You can read  on The Red Nation homepage Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast Support

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"We Didn't Start the Fire" w/ Vincent Bevins

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From 2010 to 2020, the world experienced mass protests. Yet, those protests have not brought about more democracy and freedom. Why did these protests lead to the opposite of what they supposedly demanded? In this episode, journalist Vincent Bevins () joins the podcast to discuss his latest book, (2023). Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast   Support

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"A nightmare and a dream": Palestinians rise up w/ Ali Abunimah

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Indigenous Peoples' Day 2023 live episode special!  TRN Podcast co-host Nick Estes (@) in conversation with Ali Abunimah, founder and Director of , on the unprecedented events in Palestine and what lessons they offer about the nature of decolonization. Folllow Ali on and BDS homepage Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast Support

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The 2022 Podcast Tour is back! This episode fell to the wayside last year but come take a break in the Healing Foods Oasis with us.

In this episode, Talavi Cook (Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo, Hopi, and Dine) takes us on a tour telling us all about the plants and herbs growing in the oasis. Talavi Cook is the Environmental Health & Justice Program Manager at Tewa Women United. We hope you have as much fun as we did!

Tewa Women United is led by Native women and continues to do great work for the community. You can learn more here: https://tewawomenunited.org/

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