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THEY WALK AMONG US EVERYDAY

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Release Date: 12/29/2019

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THEY WALK AMONG US EVERYDAY.
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Episode Summary

Stories covered in this episode:

A GOP Law maker refuses to resign after discovery of his anti-government positions related to the Bundy Standoff in 2016.

A report from the Inspector general office brings more criticism of federal Indian Health Service and it’s Failure to Protect underage children Medical professionals who are preditors.

Also, A 17-year-old Indigenous climate activist brings awareness and changes from Alaska lawmakers.

Plus, our Racism In America segment. __________________________________________

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:

GOP state lawmaker refuses to resign after a report that he participated in an armed standoff

Indian Health Service Effort to Protect Patients From Abuse Needs Work, Report Says

Meet Quannah Chasinghorse: The 17-Year-Old Leading Climate Activism in Alaska

Eight Native American Leaders Working for Climate Justice

Indigenous Resistance to Enbridge Oil Pipelines

Honor The Earth

“We are our own experts”, Doula training for the mother’s health

Why has the Tulsa Race Massacre been largely forgotten?


RACISM IN AMERICA

Iowa woman said she ran over a 14-year-old girl because she “was a Mexican” police say

“You’re not welcome here”: Winnipeg couple told they ‘look like’ thieves, asked to leave Winnipeg craft store


MUSIC FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE

ARTIST: Q-VIOLIN

BIO:

QVLN’s signature, modern roots sound is a musical extension of his American, Mexican, and Brazilian heritage.

As a gifted multi-instrumentalist and performer, QVLN (pronounced Q-Violin) expresses his passions for love, life, and dance with his voice, violin, guitar, and percussion. Overflowing with creative and cultural curiosity, QVLN is on the road about 200 days a year performing at clubs, festivals, and cultural centers–and for people in remote parts of the world that commercial music bypasses. His dedication to bringing live music to often-neglected communities hasn’t gone unnoticed. In 2015, QVLN had the honor of representing the United States as part of the State Department’s American Music Abroad program, in conjunction with long-time collaborator Oveous and a talented group of musicians who reside in Los Angeles.

QVLN is also an accomplished dancer and capoeirista, which explains how he could pull off this one-take music video for the song Run Like The Wind.

With a full calendar of shows and musical collaborations slated for release this year, QVLN represents the best of the independent, artistic spirit that makes Los Angeles a creative leader on the world stage.

Please visit his Website!

Opening Sequence produced by FNX, The “First Nations Experience”.

ABOUT FNX:

FNX | First Nations Experience is the first and only national broadcast television network in the U.S. exclusively devoted to Native American and World Indigenous content. Through Native-produced and themed documentaries, dramatic series, nature, cooking, gardening, children’s and arts programming, FNX strives to accurately illustrate the lives and cultures of Native people around the world.

Created as a shared vision between Founding Partners, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and the San Bernardino Community College District, FNX is owned by and originates from the studios of KVCR-PBS San Bernardino. FNX began terrestrial broadcast in the Los Angeles area on September 25, 2011, and went national on November 1, 2014, via the Public Television Interconnect System (PBS satellite AMC–21 Channel SD08), making the network available to PBS affiliates, community and tribal stations, and cable television service providers across the country.

FNX is working diligently to obtain channel carriage in as many communities as possible across the country. Currently, FNX is carried by 22 affiliate stations broadcasting into 14 states from Alaska to New York and has a potential viewing audience of more than 46 million people across the United States! New stations are always coming on board, so stay tuned – FNX may be available in your city very soon!

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