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Pueblo in Aquarius

The Red Nation Podcast

Release Date: 03/25/2024

Palestine will be free, now more than ever w/ Frances Hasso show art Palestine will be free, now more than ever w/ Frances Hasso

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Marking the 76th year since the Nakba (Catastrophe), Nick Estes speaks to Frances Hasso  about the history of the term, how Zionist settler colonial violence preceded and continued after the ethnic cleansing war of 1948, and how the Gaza genocide signals how close the liberation of Palestine really is. Check out Frances' website for her lecture from April 2024, Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast Are you Indigenous? Do you support Palestine? Learn more about joining the Indigenous solidarity with Palestine movement and sign the letter here: The Red Nation Podcast is produced by...

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YOTED: The great rap beef of 2024 and MMIW show art YOTED: The great rap beef of 2024 and MMIW

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Jen and Justine reflect on how the “rap beef” flooding our screens is serving as a distraction from the escalating genocide of Palestinians, the global sex trade, domestic violence, and Drake's potential involvement in MMIW. Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast YouTube channel  The Red Nation Podcast is produced by Red Media and is sustained by comrades and supporters like you. Power our work here:  

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"Academia is a site of resistance, not liberation" w/ Mohamed Abdou

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Mohamed Abdou teaches at Columbia University and has been active in the student-led encampment in solidarity with Gaza. Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast YouTube channel Follow Mohamed on Twitter  or Instagram Sign the petition to help protect Mohamed from attacks on his job   The Red Nation Podcast is produced by Red Media and is sustained by comrades and supporters like you. Power our work here:

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Native Deaths by Suicide & Settler Colonialism: A Critical Perspective w/ Jeffrey Ansloos show art Native Deaths by Suicide & Settler Colonialism: A Critical Perspective w/ Jeffrey Ansloos

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TRN Podcast co-host Nick Estes () speaks to Jeffrey Ansloos about the many historical, social, and racialized connections between suicide in Indigenous communities and drinking water advisories. Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast Content Warning: This episode discusses suicide both at a social and personal level. Resources:     The Red Nation Podcast is sustained by comrades and supporters like you. Power our work here:  

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From Falasteen to O’odham Jeweḍ: Israeli occupation is global w/ Napoleon Marrietta show art From Falasteen to O’odham Jeweḍ: Israeli occupation is global w/ Napoleon Marrietta

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Jen is joined by Napoleon Marrietta (Tohono/Akimel O'odham) who outlines the history of the militarization of O'odham land, and how their liberation struggle is intertwined with the Palestinian liberation. More info: Venmo: @ unidentified-mouse Cashapp: $unidentifiedmouse PayPal @ nmarrietta Are you Indigenous? Do you support Palestine? Learn more about joining the Indigenous solidarity with Palestine movement and sign the letter here: The Red Nation Podcast is sustained by comrades and supporters like you. Power our work here:

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McKenzie Johnson v. Legacies of Anti-Indianism in Education show art McKenzie Johnson v. Legacies of Anti-Indianism in Education

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Jen and Justine are joined by McKenzie Johnson, Demetrius Johnson, and Kaylee Bahe to discuss an incident that gained national attention on Halloween of 2018. On October 31, 2018, two Indigenous students were assaulted by their teacher, Mary Jane Eastin, at Cibola High School in Albuquerque, NM. In an AP literature course, one student had the end of their braid cut off and the other was called “a bloody Indian.” Mckenzie Johnson is the student who was called a “bloody Indian." On January 8, 2020, The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Mexico filed a lawsuit in the Second...

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Riding the worm: RPH on Dune 2 show art Riding the worm: RPH on Dune 2

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Red Power Hour is back! RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiza and Melanie Yazzie dissect the good, the bad, and the ugly of Denis Villeneuve's Dune: Part Two (2024).   Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast   The Red Nation Podcast is produced by  and is sustained by comrades and supporters like you. Power our work here:       

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Love in the time of crisis w/ Maira Olivia-Rios and Levi Harter show art Love in the time of crisis w/ Maira Olivia-Rios and Levi Harter

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*We had originally planned to keep this behind the paywall but there was so much positive feedback regarding the earlier episode we decided to unlock the audio.*   TRN Podcast co-host Jen Marley hosts a follow-up to  with Levi Harter and Maira Olivia-Rios on the difficulties of making meaningful connections surrounded by economic, political, and ecological crises. Watch the  on The Red Nation Podcast   The Red Nation Podcast is sustained by comrades and supporters like you. Power our work here: 

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Pueblo in Aquarius show art Pueblo in Aquarius

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RPH is back! RPH Co-host Melanie Yazzie is joined by Justine Teba to reflect on Indigenous environmental movements and victories against the backdrop of the Gaza genocide and the resistance to it. Justine also debriefs the No False Solutions gathering this past weekend. Special shout out to Pueblo Action Alliance. Watch the on The Red Nation Podcast   The Red Nation Podcast is sustained by comrades and supporters like you. Power our work here: 

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“If you make that decision, you have to make it with all your heart” w/ Maurus Chino show art “If you make that decision, you have to make it with all your heart” w/ Maurus Chino

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TRN Podcast host Jen Marley interviews Acoma Pueblo elder and activist Maurus Chino about his life, organizing career, and the origins of the movement against racist conquistador statues in New Mexico. Cover art: Acoma 1599, Acoma beloved Acoma, ancient of days. By Maurus Chino (2005) The Red Nation Podcast is sustained by comrades and supporters like you. Power our work here:   

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RPH is back!

RPH Co-host Melanie Yazzie is joined by Justine Teba to reflect on Indigenous environmental movements and victories against the backdrop of the Gaza genocide and the resistance to it. Justine also debriefs the No False Solutions gathering this past weekend. Special shout out to Pueblo Action Alliance.


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