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2020. A Beginning or and End? We Choose.

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Release Date: 01/05/2020

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TITLE: A BEGINNING OR AN END? WE CHOOSE.


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Episode Summary

Race vs Politics. How does one affect the other in Indian Country? Also, what do we do when our government endorses assassination and tells Americans “We are Saving Lives”? Plus our “Racism In America” segment.
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LINKS IN THIS EPISODE:

FIGHTING NESTLE

Michigan township wins appeal in Nestle water zoning lawsuit

Bolivia: Privatized Water Company Defeated

The world is running out of fresh water, and the fight to control it has begun..

The fight to stop Nestlé from taking America’s water to sell in plastic bottles.


MAIN EPISODE LINKS:

‘We need each other to heal:’ Native Americans help Native Americans overcome domestic violence

Oklahoma’s economy is in ‘peril’ because of conflict with tribes.

Interior Department Cut ‘Sexual Orientation’ From Anti-Discrimination Guideline

Tribal members learn how to build tiny homes ____________________________________________________

RACISM IN AMERICA

African-Americans can embrace their natural hair

Black Man Stabbed by White Man While Applying for Job at a Truck Stop. Police Say It’s a Hate Crime ____________________________________________________

MUSIC FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE

ARTIST: Dark Water Rising

TRACK: Brown Skin

BIO:

Dark Water Rising (Rocky Soul)

Chapel Hill, NC :

The band attributes their style of playing and singing to a combination of influences, which range from attending Sunday morning worship services to absorbing the diverse styles and tones of artists like Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, the BeeGees, and Lynrd Skynard. DWR explores various themes of life — love, heartbreak, sacrifice, celebration, despair, pain — all while expressing and evoking sincere emotion on issues affecting their communities. Dark Water Rising has two albums under their belt to date: self-titled release “Dark Water Rising” (2010) and “Grace & Grit: Chapter 1” (2012). The band has performed throughout the East Coast, has garnered considerable radio airplay, appeared on NPR’s “The Story with Dick Gordon” and “The State of Things”, and has earned a Native American Music Award for “Debut Duo or Group of the Year” (2010). With their third release on the way Chapter 2: Walnut Branch, DWR has some big plans in the making!

Dark Water Rising — comprised of powerhouse artists Charly Lowry (vocals/rhythm guitar/percussion), Aaron Locklear (keys/guitar/drums), Corey Locklear (lead guitar), and Zack Hargett (bass) — continues to grow and amaze each time they perform.

Hear more of their music on Reverb!

EXTRA NOTE: We recently learned about lead singer Charly Lowry’s fight for her life, as she is in desperate need of a kidney transplant. This is a very expensive process, and timing is everything. Any purchase of the band’s music will go a long way to helping Charly’s fight to remain with us and continuing to share her talent with the world. -Thank You

Find their music in Apple Music

In Dire Need of a Kidney Transplant, Charly Lowry Takes a New Look at Her Life’s Work ______________________________________________________

Kutupitush! (Thank You!) for listening!