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COLONIALISM. IS THERE A VACCINE FOR THAT?

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Release Date: 12/16/2019

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Episode Summary

PLEASE NOTE Our Guest Aminah Ghaffar, did not appear in this episode. We hope to have her rescheduled on a future episode of our show.

IN THIS EPISODE: We explore the term “multiracial” and the historical relationship between Indigenous people of this continent, & Africans brought here by early European colonists. Also, We (Sadly) must dive back into the world of Mascotry, with an update from the situation at Killingly Highschool in Connecticut.


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LINKS IN THIS EPISODE:

American Indian and white, but not ‘multiracial’

America’s 2nd Largest Indian Tribe Expels Blacks.

And to hear more information about the problem of Tribal disenrollment, please listen to the inaugural episode of our show number 1, as well as:

Episode 26: The disappearance of a nation.

Episode 55, with Guest Michelle Hammock

Episode 71 with Rick Cuevas

Six CEOs and No Operating Room: The Impossible Job of Fixing the Indian Health Service.


RACISM IN AMERICA SEGMENT LINKS:

“I Got Tired of Hunting Black and Hispanic People”

West Va. corrections employees fired, suspended following ‘disturbing’ photo of trainees performing Nazi salute

Killingly’s high school mascot debate remains unsettled ______________________________________________________

MUSIC FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE

ARTIST: Leela Gilday

TRACK: K’eintah Natse Ju

BIO:

If you’re from the North, Leela Gilday’s music is home. If you’ve never been, it will take you there. Born and raised in the Northwest Territories, she writes about the people and the land that created her. The power in her voice conveys the depth of her feelings of love and life in a rugged environment and vibrant culture as if it comes straight from that earth. Leela’s family is from Délįne on the shore of Great Bear Lake and her rich vocals dance across the rhythmic beats of traditional Dene drumming as smoothly as a bass line onstage the largest venues in the country. And she has played them all.

Leela has toured festivals and concert halls with her four-piece band through every province and territory in Canada. She has played in the United States, Greenland, Denmark, and New Zealand and this year embarked on an ambitious European tour. Her live shows are where she connects with fans who have followed her on a 20-year career and where new fans are born. She reaches into their hearts and feels the energy of every person in front of her as she guides them on a journey through song and experience.

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