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MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program
 
Weekly current affairs roundtable focusing on Indigenous issues and events. Hosted by Rick Harp.
 
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Indigenous Podcast
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This podcast is closing. We really love having you listen to RN but we need to let you know that we’ll be closing our subject based podcasts (don’t worry—we aren’t cancelling any shows). To keep hearing stories and interviews from RN, search for your favourite shows in the ABC Radio App or subscribe in your preferred podcasting app. If you’re looking for something new to wrap your ears around, visit the RN website where there’s plenty for you to discover.
 
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Indigenous Rights Movement radio
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Bioneers: Indigenous Knowledge
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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 ...
 
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Pillows Talks: Undressing Indigenous Bodies and Sexualities
 
Podcast by Tashina Makokis
 
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Indigenous Innovators
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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.
 
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Indigenous Hour with Oliver Loode
 
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.
 
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Nuestra Familia Unida: History and Genealogy - History and Genealogy - Mexico, Latin America, La Raza, Chicano, Chicana, Hispanic, Latino, Latina, Indigenous. . .History en total de nosotros the Native American Peoples - History and Genealogy
 
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, ...
 
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Indigenous Lifeways Podcast
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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 ...
 
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Indigenous Art & Community
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These stories tell how Art is a vital, intrinsic and vibrant part of the local Indigenous community
 
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Major Indigenous languages Of Myanmar(Words of Life, Good News, Gospel Song)/စကားလုံးမြားဘဝအသက်တာ၏, ကောင်းမွန်သောသတင်း, ဧဝံဂေလိ-(ဗိုလ်မှူးတိုင်းရင်းသားဘာသာစကားများ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံ)
 
(ဗိုလ်မှူးတိုင်းရင်းသားဘာသာစကားမျာ မြန်မာနိုင်ငံ(စကားလုံးမြားဘဝအသက်တာ၏, ကောင်းမွန်သောသတင်း, ဧဝံဂေလိ)/ Words of Life, Good News, Gospel Song(Major Indigenous languages Of Myanmar)
 
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National Gallery of Australia | Audio Tour | National Indigenous Art Triennial 07
 
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
 
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Jason Kessler is a journalist, activist, and author from Charlottesville, Virginia. His reporting has been covered by numerous media outlets, including The Daily Caller, VDare, and The Washington Post. Jason joins us for a show on many important issues, including right-wing activism, free speech, and the ongoing struggle against Cultural Marxis ...…
 
A new book -- for preschool children -- is the latest move aimed at increasing awareness of the hazards of smoking within the Indigenous community. Image: Deadly Dan and the preschoolers (SBS) (Isang bagong aklat para sa mga bagong nag-aaral na kabataan, ang pinakahuling hakbang na inilathala, upang dagdagan ang kaalaman sa panganib ng paniniga ...…
 
A group of Indigenous elders in the Northern Territory is hoping a newly created app could help cut the youth-suicide rate of Indigenous Australians. Image: A smoking ceremony at a 2016 Indigenous suicide-prevention conference (... (Umaasa ang isang grupo, ng nakakatandang pinunong Katutubo sa Northern Territory, na maaring makatulong ang isang ...…
 
Each week, the Maclean’s Ottawa bureau sits down with Cormac Mac Sweeney to discuss the headlines of the week. This week, the spring sitting of Parliament is complete after five months of debating bills, arguing among MPs, the Official Opposition picking a new leader, and some clashing between the Senate and the House of Commons. We kick off ou ...…
 
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Examineradio - The Halifax Examiner podcast
 
This week we speak with James Covey of the Halifax Wanderers Supporters Group about the viability of professional soccer in Halifax and city council's approval of a "pop-up" stadium on the Wanderer's Grounds. Premier McNeil dismisses The Coast's scathing article on the treatment of former Liberal staffer Michelle Coffin, claiming he didn't even ...…
 
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National Committee on United States-China Relations
 
As China has become a global power, it has sought to build an exportable educational model that will influence international education, while at the same time supporting the interests of the Communist Party. China has simultaneously in some ways strengthened its commitment to the Western university model and embraced its emphasis on the liberal ...…
 
As China has become a global power, it has sought to build an exportable educational model that will influence international education, while at the same time supporting the interests of the Communist Party. China has simultaneously in some ways strengthened its commitment to the Western university model and embraced its emphasis on the liberal ...…
 
BC has a speaker and a Throne Speech but those ideas sound awfully familiar… Brendan Dawe joins us to talk about Abundant Housing Vancouver. And Micah Goldberg joins us to talk through the Vancouver Aquarium’s lawsuit against the Vancouver Park’s Board. Find the full, uncut interviews at patreon.com/politicoast Apologies for the dicey audio qua ...…
 
I feel fortunate to have had the opportunity to speak with Jennifer Manuel in May about her book, The Heaviness of Things That Float. I have so much to say about this novel and our conversation! But let me start with this: the novel is exceptionally well written. Jennifer is a master craftswoman who deserves to be widely read. The BC Book Prize ...…
 
Ilarion Merculieff had a traditional upbringing and a Western education, earning a BA from the University of Washington. He has served as chair of the indigenous knowledge sessions of the Global Summit of Indigenous Peoples on Climate Change, as cofounder of the Indigenous...
 
This TEDx talk centres around Canadian First Nations, and what reconciliation really means. Dr. Kahente Horn-Miller (Kahente means “she walks ahead”) (Kanien:keha’ka/Mohawk) is an Assistant Professor in the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies at Carleton University. Her performances, governance work and community-based research involve in ...…
 
This poignant TEDx talk centres on immigration and today's refugees, on the UN's goals, and on the world's rising xenophobia. The impact on politics and the environment is illustrated. Born and raised in Montreal, Mr Creates was educated with two university degrees (BA in Sociology and Bachelor’s in Law Degree) in Ontario. Though Mr Creates liv ...…
 
How do you know you are in the presence of indigenous culture? What is reconciliation, and how can we help? This talk encourages you to commence this conversation.Jean Paul (JP) Gladu is currently the President and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) based in Toronto. Anishinaabe from Thunder Bay JP is a member of Bingwi ...…
 
Interior Secretary defends decision to reduce Bears Ears during Senate hearingIndigenous writers to take part in Black Hills book festival in Rapid CityCheyenne River Sioux Tribe to hold water summit to discuss threats and solutions
 
#EscapadeMF is back in #Ottawa. Check out my latest #Dance Mix, with all the latest #Housemusic that will be hitting the stage at #Landsdowne. Over 100 minutes of non-stop #Housemusic #Techhouse #Techno to keep the #Party going all night long. #Indigenous #Canada150 #DJ
 
In this episode, Kim talks about National Aboriginal Day and has a conversation with Carrington Christmas about the stories (or myths) that the Heritage Minutes tell about Indigenous peoples in Canada. Website: ohcanadacast.com Twitter: twitter.com/ohcanadacast Facebook: facebook.com/ohcanadacast Intro and outro music credit: www.intoinfinity.org…
 
Meldungen:- Straßenverkehr: SPD und Grüne treiben die autofreie Innenstadt an- Freilichtspiele Hall: Schwacher Vorverkaufsstart in die Saison- E-Sports: Sport am ComputerBeiträge:- Survival International: Unterstützung für indigene Völker- "Die Wahlverwandschaften" Freichlichtspiele Schwäbisch Hall
 
For 60,000 years, traditional Aboriginal healers or ngankari (pronounced as nun-ka-ri) have treated patients using a set of ancient medical knowledge system passed down from generations. Today, the 21st century ngankaris are being reintroduced... (Bû 60,000 sale ku dermanên kevnar yan jî ngnkari yên xelkêresen nixweshan îlac dikine ku ev sîstêm ...…
 
Leanne de Souza has been a manager for nearly 20 years. She is from Brisbane and was booking and touring artists internationally in the 90s with a phone and a fax machine - back when the music scene in Brisbane was virtually non-existent. She has managed acts like Kate Miller Heidke, Thelma Plum, The Medics, Katie Noonan's band George, and more ...…
 
One Music Program has been described as a trail blazer for Indigenous Womens Music. ()
 
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The Functional Medicine Radio Show With Dr. Carri
 
In this episode of The Functional Medicine Radio Show, Dr. Carri’s special guest Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein explains the Dirt Cure. Maya Shetreat-Klein, MD is a neurologist, herbalist, urban farmer, and author of “The Dirt Cure: Healthy Food, Healthy Gut, Happy Child”. Board certified in adult and child neurology as well as pediatrics, Dr. Maya co ...…
 
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The Functional Medicine Radio Show With Dr. Carri
 
In this episode of The Functional Medicine Radio Show, Dr. Carri’s special guest Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein explains the Dirt Cure. Maya Shetreat-Klein, MD is a neurologist, herbalist, urban farmer, and author of “The Dirt Cure: Healthy Food, Healthy Gut, Happy Child”. Board certified in adult and child neurology as well as pediatrics, Dr. Maya co ...…
 
In this Business News podcast Dan Wilkie and Mark Beyer discuss the state budget, fees and charges, skilled migration, the outlook for Perth property, new mining projects, the roadhouse blues, and indigenous business.
 
In this Business News podcast Dan Wilkie and Mark Beyer discuss the state budget, fees and charges, skilled migration, the outlook for Perth property, new mining projects, the roadhouse blues, and indigenous business.
 
Host: Bruce. Old time blues and instrumentals. River songs. Several indigenous artists, a few FolkFest musicians, Stompin' Tom and more. Playlist: Cende - Good Crime Les Bucherons - Summertime Pernell Reichert Band - Where You Supposed To Be At Pokey LaFarge - Wellington Godfrey & Tod - My Alberta Rose Godfrey & Tod - The Jackson Stomp Jackson ...…
 
Why Vancouver Magazine is hiring a pot reviewer; a neuroscientist argues that medical professionals should use hypnosis more often; and an Indigenous activist says it's time for Gord Downie to step aside.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Morning North from CBC Radio Sudbury (Highlights)
 
This week remembering Sherry Drysdale, the Sudbury arena debate rages, plans for a new art gallery/library, the 5th anniversary of the Elliot Lake mall collapse, the story of a break-in, the new Indigenous Learning Centre at Laurentian University, a new wBy podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
All summer long Unreserved will share our favourite interviews from our community, culture and conversations. This week: Languages lost, found, and shared.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Jason Kessler is a journalist, activist, and author from Charlottesville, Virginia. His reporting has been covered by numerous media outlets, including The Daily Caller, VDARE, and The Washington Post. An audio version of this show is available here. Jason joins us for a show on many important issues, including right-wing activism, free speech, ...…
 
Jason Kessler is a journalist, activist, and author from Charlottesville, Virginia. His reporting has been covered by numerous media outlets, idncluding The Daily Caller, VDare, and The Washington Post. An audio version of this show is available here. Jason joins us for a show on many important issues, including right-wing activism, free speech ...…
 
Jason Kessler is a journalist, activist, and author from Charlottesville, Virginia. His reporting has been covered by numerous media outlets, including The Daily Caller, VDARE, and The Washington Post. A video version of this show is available here. Jason joins us for a show on many important issues, including right-wing activism, free speech, ...…
 
Jason Kessler is a journalist, activist, and author from Charlottesville, Virginia. His reporting has been covered by numerous media outlets, idncluding The Daily Caller, VDare, and The Washington Post. An audio version of this show is available here. Jason joins us for a show on many important issues, including right-wing activism, free speech ...…
 
Jason Kessler is a journalist, activist, and author from Charlottesville, Virginia. His reporting has been covered by numerous media outlets, including The Daily Caller, VDARE, and The Washington Post. A video version of this show is available here. Jason joins us for a show on many important issues, including right-wing activism, free speech, ...…
 
a self-help and spirituality resource focusing on healing & health from indigenous and mystical traditions. Diva Brenda Kelly will guide us in yearly, monthly & daily Feng Shui for yourself & home--including Flying Stars, 24 mountain stars & elemental luck of Earth, Heaven and the Human Being. Pathfinder (Canku Woksape) will share spiritual hea ...…
 
June is Pride month, and celebrations, marches, and solidarity events are being held in cities across the country. Some of these events have been interrupted by protests from members of the LGBTQ community who feel the movement marginalizes minorities. A group called No Justice No Pride staged a protest at the recent Capital Pride Parade in Was ...…
 
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Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
 
Some Indigenous artists are pushing the envelope. Potters, painters and sculptors are creating works that stretch what’s considered traditional. We will take a look at how Native art is evolving and how artists are invoking tradition in new and innovative ways.
 
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Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
 
Some Indigenous artists are pushing the envelope. Potters, painters and sculptors are creating works that stretch what’s considered traditional. We will take a look at how Native art is evolving and how artists are invoking tradition in new and innovative ways.
 
“My advice is not to allow into your house someone who will put you out of it.” —Cuitlahuac “He added that we could look for no help or assistance except from God, for now we had no ships in which to return to Cuba. Therefore we must rely on our own good swords and stout hearts.” — Bernal Diaz “We knew that they had come determined to leave non ...…
 
Guelph marked another National Aboriginal Day on Wednesday bringing First Nations dance, music, culture and food to Downtown Guelph in front of City Hall for all to see. A few hundred people gathered on Carden Street to see a wide swath of Indigenous traditions brought to life, a reminder that as we strive for truth and reconciliation, there’s ...…
 
A recent SBS commissioned study found that 1 in 5 Australians have experienced racism. And Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are 25 per cent more likely to encounter racism than Australians of other ethnic origins. ()
 
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Infinite Earth Radio – weekly conversations with leaders building smarter, more sustainable, and equitable communities
 
Topic: The People's Climate March, the Economy, and Policy Making In This Episode: 01:40 Vernice Miller Travis is introduced. 02:14 Vernice tells about the Climate March. 04:50 Vernice gives her thoughts regarding the amount of press coverage of the Climate March. 07:23 Vernice describes the impacts of the various recent marches. 10:55 Is there ...…
 
Statistics Canada has reported unprecedented growth in Canada’s Indigenous population (Indian, Métis, and Inuit). Over the 25 years from 1986 to 2011, it grew from 373,265 to 1,400,685, an increase of 275%, while the population of Canada increased by only 32% in the same period of time.
 
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The Central Newfoundland Morning Show from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)
 
On National Aboriginal Day, members of the Exploits Native Women's Association and Status of Women Central held a medicine walk on the banks of the Exploits River in memory of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Dr. Tracey Lindberg explores the importance of reconciliation with self, with community, and with Indigenous peoples in advance of reconciliation with Canada.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
A catalogue of catastrophe. When Sears Canada announces store closures, serious layoffs, and "restructuring", the former CEO says the retailer's failure could have been avoided -- but now, it can't.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Join us for a conversation with Julian Napoleon who shares insight and stories of his experience on the land. Julian is a part of the working group for Indigenous food sovereignty. Through story, he explains his role, and what that means in his world view.Produced by Mario Parent for CiTR Docs Season 2. Find more info here: http://www.citr.ca/r ...…
 
This week we are speaking to Dr Beatriz Labate. Bia is an anthropologist and author or editor of dozens of books and academic papers on psychedelics. She is one of the world’s leading experts on ayahuasca culture and indigeneity. I have been trying to get our calendars to line up for most of this year so I was very much looking forward to our c ...…
 
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