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WE FALL, WE RISE, WE FIGHT.

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Release Date: 12/24/2019

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Episode Summary

WE ARE CELEBRATING 4 YEARS OF OUR SHOW! This is episode 200! THANK YOU, our listeners for all your support of our show! We truly could not do this without you!

In this episode, we welcome our Guests Jay Winter Nightwolf Host of the WPFW 89.3 FM Radio Show “The American Indian’s Truths -Justic For All- The Most DANGEROUS Show on Radio!” Jay Nightwolf has been broadcasting for 19 years, and is the longest continuously running Native American radio show on the FM band.

We also welcome Sandra Hope, CEO of Find a native.com, a resource which tracks both indigenous and mainstream expertice and skills. She is also CEO of Stolen Nation Productions, a company which shares and creates media that inspire and educates people about the unfamiliar presence of Native Americans.


The Native Opinion theme song “Honor The People” is by Casper Loma Da Wa.

FIND THE SONG AND MORE OF HIS MUSIC HERE:
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LINKS IN THIS EPISODE:

Jay Winter Nightwolf Facebook Page

Find A Native

Stolen Nation Producitons

No justice without justice for the Black and the Red!.

Tribal nations hold some of the best water rights in the West

In just one day you can change someone’s life with clean, running water forever.

More Indian Country bills advance on Capitol Hill amid impeachment drama

U.S. Senate passes resolution recognizing Armenian genocide, angering Turkey

Turkey’s Erdogan threatens US with recognizing genocide of Native Americans

WPFW - Pacifica in Washington DC Show Archieve

US Acts on UN Rights of Indigenous Peoples Declaration

Supreme Court sneaks in another Indian Country case to the docket

American Students at Alarming Rates. Districts Can’t Dismiss the Data Just Because Their Populations Are Small, Advocates Say

____________________________________________________ RACISM IN AMERICA SEGMENT LINKS:

Stop policing black women’s hair

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

Data from millions of traffic stops reveal there is “driving while Indian”


MUSIC FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE

ARTIST: Eagle & Hawk

TRACK: Cowboys & Indians

BIO:

In 1998, Jay Bodner joined Eagle & Hawk as lead singer, creating growing demand for their powerful live performances. They soon wrote and released their second album, Indian City, a continuation of their sound loved by fans, old and new. Adding Indigenous themes to their songwriting, their lyrics were filled with emotion and authenticity, connecting deeply with audiences worldwide.

Blending inspired vision with musical talent, Eagle & Hawk furthered their progressive style of ‘rock’ steeped in roots, fusion, and catchy songwriting and continued to earn fans and loads of fanfare. The band has been met with critical acclaim in the music industry with more than 70 nominations and 35 major award wins including a JUNO Award, Western Canadian Music Awards, Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards, Native American Music Awards, Indian Summer Music Awards as well as several Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards. With 8 albums under their belt, Eagle & Hawk’s vast repertoire brings fans back again and again. So do their energizing, interactive, and experiential performances.

Please visit her website! ______________________________________________________

Kutupitush! (Thank You!) for listening!