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Rehearsals for living w/ Robyn Maynard & Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

The Red Nation Podcast

Release Date: 07/04/2022

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*Episode originally posted May 2019* In 1972, Yvonne Wanrow (now Yvonne Swan) shot a man who had tried to molest her son and neighbor’s son in Spokane, Washington. Her case became a rallying cry for Indigenous and feminist activists in the 1970s to highlight the intersections of colonialism, gender violence, and the injustices of the U.S. criminal system. The ensuing legal battle resulted in a landmark decision allowing for self-defense for survivors of domestic violence and marked the first time US courts acknowledged “the particular legal problems of women who defend themselves or their...

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It’s been 47 years since the shootout at Oglala that left two FBI agents and a young Native man named Joe Stuntz dead. While Leonard Peltier unjustly sits in prison for the events of that day, the shootout and the deadly legacy of the “reign of terror” remain an open wound for community members and the American Indian Movement. Here’s their story. Narrated by Nick Estes Watch the  on The Red Nation Podcast  or watch this episode ad-free by signing up on  for as little as $1 a month. Support

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Red Nation comrade Jennifer Marley joins RPH cohosts Melanie Yazzie and Elena Ortiz for an indigenous feminist examination of current news and events. Watch the  on The Red Nation Podcast  or watch this episode ad-free by signing up on  for as little as $1 a month. Support

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Join Oahu Water Protectors , the Slow Factory , Af3irm Hawaii , Red Media , and The Red Nation in celebrating anti-imperialism and *NOT* U.S. imperialism. Let us build a unified revolutionary and anti-imperialist movement together! Watch this episode on The Red Nation YouTube channel Support

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We discuss the new book by Robyn Maynard & Leanne Betasamosake Simpson about abolition from Black and Indigenous movements. Out now from Haymarket: 

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