Best indigenous podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Weekly current affairs roundtable focusing on Indigenous issues and events. Hosted by Rick Harp.
Think Indigenous
Think Indigenous is a podcast that highlights its yearly conference keynotes & "Red Talk" presentations sharing best practices, innovation and delivery models of Indigenous education.
Indigenous Rights Movement
Celebrating diversity on Otago Access Radio.Join host Pia Kahn every second Monday at 7pm as she explores aspects of indigenous cultures - from food, music and spiritual beliefs to oral traditions, politics, current affairs and activism. She will be joined by some wonderful guests, sharing their stories with you.Thanks to the Settling In Fund from the Office of Ethnic Communities for supporting the Connecting Cultures Zone on Otago Access Radio.
These authentically unique videos feature Indigenous voices from the Bioneers conference main stage and the Bioneers Indigenous Forum, a sovereign, Native-led space at our annual conference. These visionary leaders share ancient wisdom and contemporary adaptive strategies for a sustainable, just and wise world. They carry out their work on the land, in neighborhoods, schools, businesses, and in local and international courts of justice – to give nature and humanity a fighting chance to choos ...
The Indigenous Lifeways podcast series is produced by the Tomaquag Museum, located in the state of Rhode Island USA, which is dedicated to telling the story of the First Peoples of this land, highlighting the Narragansett as well as other Eastern Woodland Coastal Tribal Nations. Our podcasts features educational content which teaches different aspects of Native American history and culture through the use of art, music, and stories. Viewers will learn from the vast experience and knowledge o ...
Conversations with movers and shakers of the indigenous world - activists, experts, artists and more. Hosted by Oliver Loode - former Member of UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), currently Head of Cultural Programmes at Minority Rights Group International, and Expert at Estonian Institute of Human Rights.
History podcasts of Mexico, Latina, Latino, Hispanic, Chicana, Chicano, Mexicana, Mexicano, genealogy, mexico, mexican, mexicana, mexicano, mejico, mejicana, mejicano, hispano, hispanic, hispana, latino, latina, latin, america, espanol, espanola, spanish, indigenous, indian, indio, india, native, native american, chicano, chicana, mesoamerican, mesoamerica, raza, podcast, podcasting, nuestra, familia, or unida are welcome here. If it has to do with the history of America, California, Oregon, ...
This podcast is a part of Animikii’s Indigenous Innovators series in which we profile Indigenous leaders, activists, artists and entrepreneurs to better understand the challenges and opportunities Indigenous People face in Canada today.
Students at a Tribal College who speak on Pretty Much anything, just listen Jeeze.
Welcome to the Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace podcast! This stream is a mixture of interviews and public talks that look at how Indigenous people are engaging with digital media technology, with an emphasis on how we are envisioning alternative, Indigenously-determined futures.
The show is about Indigenous issues covering local and international news combined with well known Indigenous artists. Interviews with prominent Aboriginal voices and experts will accentuate highlights of the show to deliver important content for all audiences.
Political, Entertainment, Economical, Real Estate, And Law topics that can get you through another day. And a journey to get you closer to FREEDOM!
A unique podcast from an American Indian perspective on current affairs. Join Hosts Michael Kickingbear and David GreyOwl as they present an Indigenous view on American history, politics, and culture, and how it may impact Native American lives.
Audio guide to thirty works from the National Indigenous Art Triennial 07: culture warriors shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006
Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples
Lannan Podcasts
Lannan Foundation is a family foundation dedicated to cultural freedom, diversity and creativity through projects which support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, as well as inspired Native activists in rural indigenous communities. This site is for our audio and video podcasts.
This Land is Our Land podcast lends a spotlight to issues related to American Indian news and land in the United States. The show is hosted by Jodi Rave who interviews newsmakers and grassroots citizens. This podcast embraces the democratization of media. We all have a right to be heard. We all have a right to freedom of information. The plan is to be a monthly podcast. It will mostly be an interview format but will embrace experimentation. Listen, share your thoughts. Thank you.
Metaphysics, Af-Ra Centric History, Alternative Healing Methods such as Herbology, Reiki, Chi Kung, Pranic Healing, Astrology, Numerology, UFO’s (IFO’s) an
Native Trailblazers - FRI'S 8PM EST - Hosted by Mohawk Journalist, Editor and Public Speaker Vincent Schilling and CEO of Schilling Media, Inc. Delores Schilling.
DD Podcast
The DD Podcast takes you behind the beats with Canada's best-known and fastest-rising Indigenous artists.
Talking Feather Radio
Talking Feather Radio showcases cultural blends of the Global Village and amplifies community voices. Join our Indigenous Circle. Let us pass the Talking Feather to you. Hosts, Penny Gamble Williams and Thunder Williams invite you to listen to them live Wednesdays at 8PM on Blog Talk Radio and also every Sunday at 11AM on Radio ONE, WOL-1450 AM, Wash DC.
Broken Boxes Podcast centers Indigenous artists, activist focused artists, Queer/Trans/NonBinary artists, women identifying artists, artists of color and mixed/lost/stolen heritage artists. This project does not support or promote any one human experience above of or instead of any other, and the approach is to engage in alliance through sharing experience of the artist's process, unfolding all the layers it takes to make each artist a unique creative force. Focusing on the complexity of exi ...
Uplifting Fallen humanity one broadcast at a time. with a focus On Women , Business, and Children...
Indian & Cowboy
WELCOME TO INDIAN & COWBOY Indian & Cowboy is an independent Indigenous media company that creates, produces & publishes Indigenous media projects across multiple platforms on the internet & for broadcast media.We are rooted firmly at the intersection between digital media art, podcasting & Indigenous Storytelling.We aim to disrupt, engage & empower.These are our stories.
Not Your Disappearing Indian is a new podcast about all the ways Native people are not going away and how America's got us all wrong.
Smoke Signals
Adam Recvlohe was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. After attending college in Gainesville, he went to Oklahoma to learn more about his culture and identity. In that time he learned the songs, stories, and ceremonies of his community. What he learned there shaped who he is today. Now he wants to give back to his community by using his voice to shed light on the many misunderstandings the general public has about Indigenous people. This show will attempt to educate those who want to ...
Listen to interviews, features and community stories from the SBS Radio Living Black Radio program, including news from Australia and around the world.
Women Warriors
The Women Warriors podcast holds space for honesty, healing and hope. Your Metis host, Shelley Wiart real talks with a variety of Indigenous women - academics, writers, artists, entrepreneurs, and more - as they share their failures, successes, and stories of healing so we can learn from each other and build a healthy and vibrant community.
RezBirds is a team of four Indigenous men that are tackling the hard hitting issues of modern society with eloquent lunacy. If you like deep issues but would rather they went off the deep end than into an ivory tower, then this podcast is a must listen. The team uses adult language and themes and it is not a PG program. Listener discretion is advised.
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.
Hollywood NDNz
Hollywood NDNz is a weekly podcast that explores the trials and tribulations of the entertainment industry through the perspective of Native American entertainment professionals. The podcast is hosted by Rainy Fields (Muscogee (Creek)/Cherokee), Tim Ramos (Pomo), and Jim Ruel (Ojibwe).
REDx TALKS is a non-profit speaker series that expresses and embodies Indigenous world views from elders, teachers, youth and allies. CJSW is proud to air segments from the talks on a monthly basis.
Radio Interviews by Sue Supriano. Featured issues: peak oil, climate change, 9/11, media, indigenous people, fraudulent elections, oil, environmental pollution and toxicity, chem trails/aerosol sprays, human rights, civil rights, racism, militarism, weapons, immigrants, genetic engineering, Buddhism, resource depletion, health, communication. "Babylon" is the "isms" and "schisms" not only within the system but within ourselves. Let's organize, unify and step out of Babylon.
Each week, Earthsongs gives Public Radio and Net listeners the chance to explore the Indigenous influences that help shape and define contemporary American music. Host provides a weekly music selection that makes Earthsongs the type of unexpected, exciting programming that quickly becomes a weekly habit.
Lamyka's Podcast
Interviews, opinions, stories, and more as seen from the eyes of one Indigenous Hawaiian Polytheist woman. (Goodness thatʻs a lot of adjectives!) From my world to yours, letʻs build some bridges and have a good time!
Native Voice One (NV1) educates, advocates, and celebrates Indigenous life and culture by providing a radio programs from a Native point of view.
The Stories From The Land Podcast series is a collection of Indigenous community sourced stories that connect Indigenous Peoples to land and place with the aim of reinforcing Indigenous worldview, philosophies & cultural teachings through storytelling.
InFocus advances the latest news stories and puts them into perspective. Join host Juanita Towtongie as she puts the news viewers want to see “in focus”, providing in-depth analysis to give the ‘story behind the story’. Informational and educational, InFocus provides a detailed examination of the issues affecting our communities.
Once the People of the Land had an Agreement with the Dragons, negotiated by the Order of Dragon Priestesses through their Familiars, the Little Dragons. Everything changed, however, when the King’s People came. The Kings knew only the way of the sword. They carved the land into warring Realms and tried to kill off the Dragons, including their smaller cousins. They saw the Priestesses dedicated to the Dragons’ care as evil and murdered them as well. Angry and hungry, the Dragons struck back. ...
Welcome to The Tracy & Craig Show (the artist formerly know as The Tracy Fort Show)! Covering an array of topics, but most will all come back to how we treat other on this earth as humans! I hope you will listen in to our show! Follow us at @tracyfortshow on Twitter, The Tracy Fort Show page on Facebook, and you are welcome to e-mail the show at Thanks for coming along for the ride!
Red Town Radio
Federal US policy has not changed over the centuries. By purpose or effect, Indigenous Peoples of the United States continue to face economic and socially discriminatory treatment leading to an economically coerced removal from their ancestral lands and to assimilation by the dominant culture. This radio show will discuss current events and historical perspectives as it pertains to the Indigenous Peoples of the world.
RezXperts features a Canadian Indigenous - Aboriginal perspective in todays world, providing interviews, commentary, and discussion on current affairs, news, politics, culture, lifestyles, and more.
The National Museum of Australia's audio series explores Australia's social history: Indigenous people, their cultures and histories, the nation's history since 1788, and the interaction of Australians with the land and environment. The series includes talks by curators, conservators, historians, environmental scientists and other specialists.
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The Uluru Statement from the Heart was the culmination of a series of Indigenous dialogues across Australia, a painstakingly crafted response to the question of constitutional recognition. It rejected symbolism in favour of a representative voice to parliament, and a process of truth-telling and treaty. In this episode, we catch up with Thomas ...…
In this episode, Brian Lee Crowley is joined by Dwight Newman, MLI Munk Senior Fellow for Constitutional Law, to discuss the current status of the Trans Mountain Pipeline and negotiations between Kinder Morgan and the Canadian Government. Dwight's deep constitutional expertise is applied to questions around British Columbia's legal position for ...…
When non-Indigenous scientists wish to conduct research in Indigenous communities, cultural misunderstandings can arise over issues including the methods of research; ownership of data; and interpretation of results. In this podcast, Carrie Bourassa – Research Chair in Indigenous and Northern Health and Senior Scientist at Health Sciences North ...…
Last week, Marcy told you a bit about her origins, but what about those of the Filipino people? Well, prehistory is a difficult thing to nail down, particularly in a 30 minute podcast, but she’ll try… Wait…… how did we get to this? Next Week: Filipino mythology! Which is actually what Marcy wanted to talk about, but it seemed a little heavy han ...…
Today’s episode is a return to politics with a capital “P”. I have joined many of my fellow citizens in paying less and less attention to the daily news. Political chat shows are also off my agenda. There is simply no substantial discussion of any of the things that I care about. The casual visitor from another planet might conclude from our me ...…
Speaking on "EndTrachoma by 2020: Can we do it?"Lien wants to live in a world where avoidable forms of vision impairment don’t exist, where individuals are empowered, and human diversity is celebrated. She is one of 6 children; her parents were refugees who fled Vietnam by boat in the early 80s and founded a new life in Australia.Lien holds a B ...…
The Nez Perce tribe is the latest indigenous government to sue drug makers over the opioid crisis gripping the nation.By (mattguilhem).
JAARS pilot Doug Baughman tells how an emergency airdrop of frozen chickens saved the lives of many indigenous tribesmen in Peru.
The Gang catches up after a Saturday night show and talks about Astrology, Uber ratings, beard touching consent, radio, the Indigenous Music Awards, Interstellar Rodeo aaand farting porn. Also, Celeigh’s Mom calls in! --- Don't forget to rate and review us on iTunes! Follow us on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Are we yeet? Ya! Email us your tho ...…
In this episode, Erin speaks with Dr. Leny Strobel about her decades of work in decolonization, as a Philipino-American, as well as in her role as a "settler" in her home in Northern California, and how it all connects with being embodied. We explore issues of race, of choosing to live small, of how to become indigenous to the place on earth we ...…
World Anti-Tobacco Day Christine Roherty is the Vice President of Health Promotion for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick. Her job is to ensure the Foundation has mission impact within our programs, projects and special events for all New Brunswickers. They collaborate with other like-minded government and non-government stakehold ...…
In May 2017, the Ogiek indigenous community of Kenya successfully challenged the denial of their land rights before the African Court of Human and Peoples…
Over the past decade, Sydney has become one of the least affordable places in the world to buy a house. Indigenous architect Joel Spring comes into the studio to chat about gentrification and its impact on local communities in Redfern and Waterloo.Later, we welcome in author and race scholar Randa Abdel-Fattah to talk about the escalating Israe ...…
In this episode, Dr. Jessica Lopez Lyman recalls her earliest memories of learning and the resulting availability of new worlds and possibilities. She centralizes this question for our deep consideration in order to imagine ideal conditions for a better tomorrow: “What do you want?” She directly connects the act of manifesting, something as sim ...…
Directors Yolanda Ramke and Ben Howling talk about their experience directing their first feature film Cargo. Ramke and Howling discuss how their viral success with their Tropfest short film led to the opportunity to develop the idea into a feature, how they sought to elevate the story by including the perspective of Indigenous Australians, and ...…
Listen as the party makes first contact and has a bone to pick with the indigenous "people"
A chance to star in a short film with an important message. Screenwriter Bretten Hannam and producer Gharrett Patrick Poan are searching the Maritimes for indigenous teens for their coming-of-age road-trip movie -called "Wildfire". They spoke with Angela Walker.
A Halifax university stands by their decision to have a non-Indigenous scholar teach a course on residential schools. But critics are outraged that lived experience is not considered necessary to share this traumatic history.
Professor Martha Few’s For All Humanity: Mesoamerican and Colonial Medicine in Enlightenment Guatemala (University of Arizona Press, 2015) describes the implementation of public health reforms in late eighteenth-century Guatemala and the diverse ways that indigenous communities engaged and resisted…
Last week's wrestling match(es)! The Indigenous Music Conference. Some Brand New Opportunities. Pow Wow Condoms.
The composer, scholar, Hopi, Mormon composer Trevor Reed discusses new genres of Hopi/contemporary concert music and his work to repatriate art and advocate for the rights of indigenous peoples.
Born in the Philippines, Elle kept a deep connection to his culture while growing up in the States. After exploring various avenues of art and cultural expression, Elle co-founded Tatak Ng Apat Na Alon (Mark of the Four Waves) Tribe in 1998; an international organization with the purpose of reviving Traditional Filipino Tattoo culture. Inspired ...…
From the controversy over a non-Indigenous scholar teaching a university course on residential schools; to a cohort of Canadians aging with HIV facing unexpected challenges; to Stephen Lewis on the lack of accessible HIV treatment around the world ... This is The Current.
South Coast Stories Episode 9 Denmark Festival of Voice 2018 This week we chat with Myles Mitchell from Denmark Arts about Denmark Festival of Voice 2018 The Denmark Festival of Voice is an intimate festival, held every year over the June long weekend in the beautiful south coastal town of Denmark, Western Australia. The Festival is a celebrati ...…
Restorative justice is a paradigm-shifting approach to criminal justice. Fania Davis is a long-time social justice activist, a restorative justice scholar and professor, and a civil rights attorney with a Ph.D. in indigenous knowledge. She is also the Founder of Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth. We'll discuss the restorative justice framew ...…
Hello again friends and relatives! This episode is centered on Video Games and Natives, a relatively fresh area of media exploration and I hope you enjoy it. As always, you can email the show with friendly conversation at Raincharger@ku.eduRe-uploaded due to length issues.
As a non-Indigenous organization, Vantage Point has continued to explore appropriate ways to engage with Reconciliation efforts. Kevin Barlow, CEO of the Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Executive Council (MVAEC), joins us for this month’s podcast to discuss the topic of Urban Indigenous Engagement. Kevin shares his perspective on suggested approache ...…
This week, we interview Tongan visual artist, musician and dancer, Ruha Fifita about the indigenous art form of Ngatu; the influence of family and culture in her work; and how the arts impact community development. SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE channel to receive notifications about our latest videos: us on SOUNDCLOUD: @bahaiteac ...…
We're too upset to write much about the events covered in issues #19 and #20 - but not too upset to ramble on at great length about metafiction, supporting character murder as a storytelling stratagem, and bronze age comic books. We also dispense a fair bit of contradictory life advice (prompted by listener email and mild sunstroke). Salient Li ...…
On this month's edition of the Boop Boop, Tala Totoosis walks us through what it’s like to be an anchor for people dealing with addictions, gang life and loss. As a vocal leader within the First Nations across Canada, a poet, author, motivational speaker and teacher, this honest and very raw interview gives you an unapologetic look inside the h ...…
Happy "Winesday!!!"~~ Welcome to "Wine and Thought Crime," here on 69.6 WKUK the Cuck! The only podcast where we don't keep going unless the wine keeps flowing! 🍷🌺🍷 Galpals Karen and Gwen get into some really tricky topics this week- yikes! Well, it's like we always say here on the show, "if you can't do the time, don't drink the wine"! That's ...…
The history of Catholicism in the native American nations is little known, but is rife with lessons for lay spirituality, inculturation, and the New Evangelization. Today’s guest, journalist Peter Jesserer Smith, shares some of the holy treasures of American history, such as Joseph Chiwatenhwa and Marie Aonetta, the Huron “power couple” of evan ...…
Coaching, umpiring and learning to listen. We talk to Angie Greene from Stand Up Events and Dr Anita Heiss — author, advocate and Lifetime Ambassador of The Indigenous Literacy Foundation.
Hello! This is the last episode of the Spring 2018 Series of Living Indigenous Media and I wanted to leave you with some of my thoughts around my favorite media of music. This is not the last episode of the podcast by any means and I plan on putting out episodes for the summer periodically. I hope you continue to hangout with us here on the pod ...…
Hablamos con Mayra Zamudio, fundadora de Comunidad Materna en Utah, de la historia del rebozo, una prenda de ropa que se ha usado tradicionalmente en Mexico desde los tiempos de colonización, adoptados a la cultura indígena, y modernizada hoy en dia para apoyar durante el embarazo, el parto maternal, y durante la amamantación de los bebes. We s ...…
Hello! On this episode of Living Indigenous Media, I'm talking with members of the Indigenous Justice Initiative and was live at the event at Haskell Indian Nations University. We get into some themes of Indigenous law as a media, Environmental concerns and self-determination. As always, I hope you're enjoying the podcast and any inquiries abou ...…
Join our May Writer in Residence, Cal Flyn, as she considers how human stories can make the personal political. Cal’s latest book, Thicker than Water, takes a creative approach to telling the story of the Highland Brigade, responsible for the massacre of hundreds of Indigenous Australians. The leader of the Brigade was Angus Macmillan: pioneer, ...…
Award winning singer/artist Tanya Tagaq and Concordia University’s Heather Igloliorte (Assistant Professor, Aboriginal Art History) in a wide ranging conversation about arts and culture and creating and celebrating indigenous communities/experience. Moderated by Craig Offman.
This episode of Living Indigenous Media is formatted a little bit different. We have multiple, short interviews with various students from multiple colleges who are all Indigenous and talk about their work in home and external communities. Powwows are central hubs of multi-media and this year's at KU was no exception. I hope you enjoy this epis ...…
Hello again friends and relatives! This episode is centered on Video Games and Natives, a relatively fresh area of media exploration and I hope you enjoy it. As always, you can email the show with friendly conversation at
Hau Mitakuyapi! This episode features Dr. Eric Anderson from HINU and our talk focuses around the Native American role in the conversation of Film. I hope you enjoy this episode and please provide inquiries and feedback to:
Carla Fredericks' devotion to the rights of Native American communities and her love of the law run very deep. At that intersection that you'll find her working tirelessly on behalf of so many causes that affect native peoples. An enrolled member of the Mandan Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation, Carla's work is the culmination of a lifetime spent in t ...…
Hau Mitakuyapi. Welcome to Living Indigenous Media. This is our first episode and it is focused on the conversation of Indigenous Literature. We hope you join us in the future for more conversations with great people. For further inquiry, feel free to email me at Wopila Tanka!
Marlon Sherman discusses topics from treaty law, Tribal law and his philosophy of Cooperative Autonomy. Marlon Sherman is a Professor & Department Chair in the HSU Native American Studies Department, specializing in indigenous and tribal law, justice, peacemaking, governance, environment, resource use, culture, history and philosophy.…
Potent poetry is equal parts fear, vulnerability and strength. Rhyme & Resilience is a two-part conversation with Nuu-chah-nulth poet Mitcholos Touchie and Cree-Métis poet Samantha Nock. Mitcholos and Samantha share their experiences as Indigenous poets living and creating in what’s colonially known as Vancouver.Producer: Rachel Lau…
Chicago Theological Seminary is located just south of the Midway Plaisance in Hyde Park. Many of you probably know that this stretch of green space, stretching more than a mile from Jackson Park and Lake Michigan on the east to Washington Park on the west, was created as part of the World’s Fair, the Colombian Exposition, held in 1893 and attra ...…
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