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In Memory of Haunani-Kay Trask

The Red Nation Podcast

Release Date: 07/26/2021

Growing a Movement at X University w/ Sam Howden show art Growing a Movement at X University w/ Sam Howden

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Food sovereignty scholar and urban farmer Sam Howden (Red River Métis) talks with Uahikea Maile () about the growing movement to rename Ryerson University. Named after Egerton Ryerson, an architect of the Indian Residential School System in Canada, the institution—now called X University—and its memorialization of genocide is being challenged by student organizers like Sam. Follow the struggle: IG and Twitter Support  

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A preview of some of the great bonus content available to patrons of Red Media. Sign up for as little as $1 per month.  Support:  In this episode, and look into the history of FBI surveillance and repression of social movements from an Indigenous Marxist lens.    

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Vivi Camacho () is Quechua and the General Director of Traditional Medicine for the Plurinational State of Bolivia. She talks about the Bolivian project of building Indigenous socialism in the twenty first century, from the legacy of Che Guevara, to the US-backed coup in 2019, and the reconstruction of democracy today.   Support

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Maurus Chino, Petuuche Gilbert, and Honorable Verna Teller share their experience doing social and political organizing and offer words of wisdom for future generations. Support

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[ARCHIVE] A history of the American Indian Movement w/ Nick Estes show art [ARCHIVE] A history of the American Indian Movement w/ Nick Estes

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*Episode originally posted August 2020*   and co-founder of The Red Nation, joins Breht from to discuss the history and legacy of the American Indian Movement, including the history of indigenous resistance in America, the origins and ideology of AIM, the Siege of Wounded Knee in 1973, the FBI's COINTELPRO, the Reign of Terror, and so much more.  This is a collaborative project between Rev Left Radio and LEARN MORE ABOUT REV LEFT RADIO: Support

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[ARCHIVE] The Scam of Reconciliation w/ Eva Jewell show art [ARCHIVE] The Scam of Reconciliation w/ Eva Jewell

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*Episode originally posted January 2021*   Dr. Eva Jewell (Ma'iingan Dodem)—Anishinaabekwe from Deshkan Ziibiing with Haudenosaunee lineage—explains that Canadian reconciliation with Indigenous peoples won’t be fulfilled until 2074. Uahikea Maile talks with Dr. Jewell about the Yellowhead Institute’s new report to hold Canada accountable for genocide. They discuss crocodile tears, genocide deniers, and the scam of reconciliation.   Support

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The war on Native children w/ Rebecca Nagle show art The war on Native children w/ Rebecca Nagle

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Cherokee journalist Rebecca Nagle  talks about the new season of This Land podcast, which investigates how and why rightwing corporate lawyers are trying to dismantle the Indian Child Welfare Act. Listen:   Support

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Red Power Hour is back! RPH host Melanie Yazzie is joined by TRN Podcast co-hosts Jennifer Marley () and Nick Estes () and Bands of Turtle Island host Sungmanitu Bird () to give an Indigenous left breakdown of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan. Support

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Line 3 ain’t over w/ Tara Houska show art Line 3 ain’t over w/ Tara Houska

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Anishnaabe lawyer Tara Houska () joins us from the frontlines to discuss how the Indigenous-led fight against the Line 3 tar sands pipeline is far from over. Support    

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Historian Alex Aviña joins us to discuss the origins of the US war on terror in frontier expansion, Indian killing, and anticommunism. Read:   Support  

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Haunani-Kay Trask was the leader of the modern Hawaiian sovereignty movement. 

Introduction by Uahikea Maile (@uahikea)

 

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