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Best Native American podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Native American podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Storyteller is a 15-minute weekly radio broadcast and podcast featuring true stories from Native American - First Nations people across North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Don't be fooled, this is not some religious, feel good program. This is real life. It's raw, direct and personal. If you're tired of the way things are, or wonder if there really is hope for something better, you may want to listen to some folks who understand. The Storyteller can be heard ...
 
Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation. Host Rosanna Deerchild takes you straight into Indigenous Canada, from Halifax to Haida Gwaii, from Shamattawa to Ottawa, introducing listeners to the storytellers, culture makers and community shakers from across the country.
 
Welcome! All My Relations is a podcast hosted by Matika Wilbur (Swinomish and Tulalip) and Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation) to explore our relationships— relationships to land, to our creatural relatives, and to one another. Each episode invites guests to delve into a different topic facing Native American peoples today. We keep it real, play some games, laugh a lot, and even cry sometimes. We invite you to join us!
 
Native Opinion is a unique Indigenous culture education Radio show & podcast from an American Indian perspective on current affairs. The Hosts of this show are Michael Kickingbear, an enrolled member of the Mashantucket Pequot tribal nation of Connecticut and David GreyOwl, of the Echoda Eastern Band of Cherokee nation of Alabama. Together they present Indigenous views on American history, politics, the environment, and culture. This show is open to all people, and its main focus is to provi ...
 
Noetic is for seekers, thinkers, and doers that care deeply about the vitality of humanity and our planet. Join us we hold space for an open conversation about wonder, wisdom, and culture. Lifelong Identity Architect and philanthropist, Jared Angaza holds a space for evocative conversations about culture, spirituality, and what it means to live fully alive. Who are we and why are we here? How do we integrate new and ancient wisdom and ensure that our lives reflect our values and beliefs? Wha ...
 
The Truth Sharing Podcasts is a project inspired by the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, that gives life to the truth and creates a living legacy of commemoration. This series of podcasts visited five Canadian communities to seek out and give voice to those who have experienced loss, examine the ways in which those affected are trying to heal, and shine a light on those trying to bring about positive change.⁣ ⁣(Original artwork by Monique Hurteau @moniqu ...
 
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Millions of truck drivers crisscross the country every day delivering tons of products to stores, businesses and factories. They make up a vital connection between producers and customers. Drivers can spend days and weeks on the road. With the COVID-19 pandemic, truckers are reporting more difficult times on the highway with gas station and restaur…
 
Relationships are they key to keeping people healthy. That’s an idea that informs a health care system serving 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people in Alaska. They don’t use the word “patient,” but instead refer to the people receiving care as “customer-owners.” The Nuka System of Care at the Southcentral Foundation focuses on treating t…
 
Marginalized people often struggle to be heard. In order for their voices to rise, those who live with privilege have to make space. But are people in positions of power willing to share that space? Join Unreserved at 6 Degrees Toronto, to revisit this timely conversation about power and privilege.
 
Both peaceful protests and rioting continue across the country in response to the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police. In Minneapolis, members of the American Indian Movement are patrolling the streets, protecting a stretch of businesses, organizations and housing known at the Native American Cultural Corridor from looting and …
 
The country is still in a pandemic and trying to re-open. A white cop kills a black man while on duty in Minnesota, and the entire nation justifiably protests. Despite all of this, Donald J. Trump, the guy some called "President" surrounds himself with military personel and clears a path so that he can create a photo-op for himself. We discuss this…
 
The arrival of smallpox, measles and other diseases brought by foreign settlers is forever linked to the widespread devastation of Native Americans, who had limited or no immunity. The ultimate survival of both the inadvertent and deliberate spread of deadly contagions is an enduring testament to the resilience of Native people. Now, as we face a n…
 
Brian Greene is a Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he is the Director of the Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics, and co-founder and chair of the World Science Festival. He is well known for his TV mini-series about string theory and the nature of reality, including t…
 
Director Tasha Hubbard’s (Cree) 2019 film “nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up,” is picking up accolades and new attention. It recently won the 2020 Ted Rogers Best Feature Length Documentary at the Canadian Screen Awards. It recounts the story of Colten Boushie (Cree from Red Pheasant First Nation) who was shot to death after he wandered onto the p…
 
It could be said that Ely Parker was the most famous Seneca man of the 19th Century. The grandnephew of Red Jacket became a teenage diplomat, interpreter, aspiring lawyer, domestic engineer and Sachem all before the age of 30. The crazy thing is, that is not at all what he is remembered for. Later in life he would become a General in the Civil War,…
 
In our Native News segment: The Flandreau Santee Sioux tribe has a victory in the Supreme Court of the United States against the corrupt actions of South Dakota's Governor Kristi Noem. The Drummer of Rock Group U2 Donated 100,000 dollars to help the Navajo and the Hopi. Over 8 million dollars have been raised by a variety of private groups to Help …
 
THIS WEEK: The ‘Looting’ of America. As if a pandemic wasn’t enough to contend with, disturbing video came out on social media this week of blatant police brutality against a black resident of the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, video that has sparked outrage in streets across the US. Outrage met with tear gas, smoke bombs and rubber bullets. Meanwhile,…
 
Many tribal casinos are re-opening, but with added restrictions to try and prevent spreading the coronavirus. We’ll hear about the potential benefits and dangers as businesses open their doors to the public. Specifically, we’ll focus on what contact tracing involves and how data is helpful in keeping the public safe. Also a Montana judge blocked a …
 
Polar bears have a strong cultural significance for Alaska Natives and Indigenous people of the Arctic. They’re a food source and are included in traditional stories throughout Alaska and northern Canada. They are the top predator in their food web. Now they are listed as threatened under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. Melting ice caused by clima…
 
Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children by Mabel Powers (Yehsennohwehs) [1917]. Recorded with Ezra Guite Cotter and Ethan Cotter. It was some moons after the raccoon outwitted fox, before they again met. The raccoon was hurrying by, when fox saw him. Now the fox had not forgotten the trick the raccoon had played on him when he burned his mouth wit…
 
We’re turning the pages of a different kind of work that’s aimed at building Native identity and language. The “Native California Flash Cards: For Culture and Language Learning” come from the creative minds of artist Lyn Risling (Karuk/Yurok/Hupa) and writer and artist Analisa Tripp (Karuk). They are a tool that could inspire a deeper understanding…
 
After a memorial day weekend and holiday, selfish Americans showed their true colors by largely ignoring Corona Virus warnings and guidance. We provide some guidance for Americans of our own. Plus, violence against people of color is the focus of our "Racism In America" segment. Plus your feedback. To see the full show notes for this episode, visit…
 
Join us for a discussion with community organizer, citizen scientist, activist, water protector, entrepreneur, writer, gardener, and all around incredible Diné woman, Kim Smith. We talk with Kim about her work, aiming to understand how violence on the land is violence on our bodies, and that the inverse can also be true—healing the land is healing …
 
The Native Services arm of the Boys & Girls Club of America is rethinking how it’s reaching out to help young people so they, in turn, can help out in their communities. Ordinarily they promote healthy choices, support students and provide programs to help youth succeed. Since so many of their efforts rely on in-person group programs, organizers ar…
 
On this week’s episode: “Indigenous Knowledge and Heavens,” the title of a talk delivered earlier this year by Inuk scholar, Dr. Karla Jessen Williamson. An Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations at the University of Saskatchewan, the Greenland-born academic is the first Inuk to be tenured at a Canadian university. Following Williamson’s le…
 
“Reconciliation is dead.” That’s the message from Canadian broadcaster and artist Jesse Wente (Serpent River First Nation) in a commentary about the Coastal GasLink pipeline protests. While his comments might seem controversial, he often speaks his mind directly in a sea of “Canada nice.” In this hour we’ll talk with him about his career as a broad…
 
Ottawa is Canada’s national capital, and the centre of federal politics. It’s also where important decisions are made that impact the lives of all Canadians. Today on Unreserved, from Indigenous MPs, to Senators, to lobbyists, how Indigenous people are making their voices heard on Parliament Hill.
 
Minority-Owned businesses are finding extreme challenges in obtaining SBA loans during this pandemic. The small, lower amount of loans seems to not be worth the time and expense to some lending institutions. We take a look at why this is occurring. Also, Mail only primaries seemed to work our for Idaho... will other states do the same? And, a messa…
 
THIS WEEK: Weapons and exceptions. The Liberal government’s recently-announced ban on 1500 types of assault weapons is not going over well with certain gun owners. Could the exemption for, among others, Indigenous hunters make them a target? We cover which weapons the ban covers, and whether Canada always walks its talk concerning violence. Joining…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has shuttered every major public event that serves as an outlet for Native artists and craftspeople. Some, like the Santa Fe Indian Market, are among the single most lucrative events for many artists. Some are relying on online or social media sales to make a living in the meantime. We’ll check in with how Native artists ar…
 
Kanaka Oiwi singer Hāwane Rios is weaving her upbringing of traditional hula and chant into her latest release “Kū Kia´í Mauna - Together We Rise.” It features songs that reflect her love and connection to the land. Her time standing up for the protection of Mauna Kea has inspired her compositions.By Native Voice One - NV1
 
The coronavirus pandemic is putting barriers between family members and their grief over loved ones who have walked on. Families often can’t be with their relatives in the last hours of their lives because of the increased coronavirus threat. In addition, bans on public gatherings hinder funerals and traditional tribal practices to send off relativ…
 
If anything is to be learned from this pandemic it is how woefully unprepared the United States has been in many areas. Americans are starving, as the country deals with food shortages, particularly in urban areas. A recent poll taken shows 37 % of Unemployed Americans ran out of food in the Month of April. If you can't work and make money, how do …
 
Home gardening is enjoying renewed growth. It may have started with fears of food shortages and limited access to grocery stores. But it’s also a satisfying outlet for people stuck at home running out of Netflix options. Whether it’s a monster waffle garden with corn, beans and zucchini, or nursing one small tomato plant through the season, there i…
 
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem and leaders of the Cheyenne River Sioux and Oglala Sioux tribes remain in a verbal and legal standoff. The governor demands tribal leaders remove coronavirus checkpoints on roads into tribal land. Cheyenne River Chairman Harold Frazier insists the checkpoints are legal and necessary to protect citizens on the reser…
 
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