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North Carolina Keeps Breaking My Heart w/ Nick Martin

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Release Date: 11/16/2020

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Sappony journalist Nick Martin talks about Trumpism, the elections, the politics of writing, and what it means to be Native in the South. 

Read: https://newrepublic.com/article/160079/north-carolina-2020-election-results-trump-tillis

Support: https://www.patreon.com/therednation 

Artwork: “The People of North Carolina” by a Haliwa-Saponi artist Karen Lynch Harley