Best indigenous rights podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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This undated photo shows Anna Brown Ehlers, right, and her daughter wearing Chilkat blankets she’d woven. (Photo courtesy of Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie/National Endowment for the Arts) A 62-year-old Juneau woman has received one of the nation’s top awards recognizing traditional folk art. Listen now Chilkat weaver Anna Brown Ehlers is one of nine f ...…
 
The Murray Darling Basin Plan aims to be inclusive of everything, and everyone it affects. National Cultural Flows are meant to protect Aboriginal rights to water in the area and help to encourage prosperity. But some say there's a long way to go before Indigenous voices are heard, and even longer before Aboriginal nations will be left empowered.…
 
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The Mexico Podcast: History & Present
 
This episode is an intro, explaining the factors that led to the Revolution, and then ending just before the Revolution officially began. The best way to explain the structure of this series is to compare it to TV shows that have seasons and episodes. Like TV shows, the individual episodes in a season will come out regularly, but the seasons wi ...…
 
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Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
 
Native Opinion Episode “EPISODE 85 THE ILLNESS CALLED COLONIALISM.” How to Reach our show: hosts@nativeopinion.com Twitter: @nativeopinion Facebook: facebook.com/nativeopinionpodcast/ Webpage: nativeopinion.com Youtube: https://www.Youtube.com/c/NativeOpinion Leave us a voicemail: Call us! (860) 381-0207 Native News Segments: ARTICLE 1: TITLE: ...…
 
This week we are doing something new, we are covering an entire land! It’s not every day that Disney opens an entire new section within one of the four theme parks, so I’m very excited to share with you Pandora – The World of Avatar. Let’s get started with our… Know Before You Go Essential Facts The land is located in Disney’s Animal Kingdom Th ...…
 
This week, Bursts spoke with Ben Turk about the August 19th call out for solidarity with prisoners. The Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee, a project of the Industrial Workers of the World (or IWW) syndicalist labor union is one body organizing the inside and outside actions, and Ben is a member. Ben's also affiliated with Lucasville Amn ...…
 
Teaser: I am a Christian. It informs my worldview and helps me in being a patient and forgiving person because I am aware of the forgiveness of sins both future and past with my acceptance of Jesus. I am a follower of Christ. And all my life I have heard, I can expect to be persecuted for my sins… EXCEPT honestly that really doesn’t happen. In ...…
 
“Many of the challenges in this world stem from our disconnect with nature — both within us and outside of us. When we steward bees in a bee-centric rather than business-centric way, there is an opportunity to learn about the interconnectedness we share with all life.”When you first meet Debra Roberts there are two words that you’re likely to h ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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, ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Hey howdy hey friends! Welcome back to the second part of the Four Tangentleman talking geek about life, the universe, and everything. This time we focus on some Star Wars news we couldn’t fit into the first part plus a nice bonus of Blue, Purple Man, and Darth Jon talking video games and E3. Lots of goodness here in another bombtastic geek con ...…
 
The post Beyond ‘Bash the Fash’: A Critical Discussion appeared first on It's Going Down. There’s no question that antifascism has taken up a lot of space on both IGD and within the wider anarchist movement. Talk about antifascists has also spilled into the mainstream, with many journalists treating it, along with the tactics like the black blo ...…
 
The post Beyond ‘Bash the Fash’: A Critical Discussion appeared first on It's Going Down. There’s no question that antifascism has taken up a lot of space on both IGD and within the wider anarchist movement. Talk about antifascists has also spilled into the mainstream, with many journalists treating it, along with the tactics like the black blo ...…
 
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As Word Spreads podcast
 
For this episode, our three Indigenous youth hosts talk about the issues that matter to them on this National Aboriginal Day.-----Terms, people and projects mentioned in this episodeFostering Change initiative: A campaign run by the Vancouver Foundation to make the transition youth in foster care at 19 (often directly into homelessness) more su ...…
 
To decolonize or Indigenize the university? Sereana Naepi, an Indigenous Pacific Islander, takes on this question through her doctoral studies in Education at UBC on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueam people. PhDiva Xine interviews Sereana about Education as a discipline unto itself and how she brings Indigenous m ...…
 
Mike and Caleb have another two-hander as Blind Mike continues to save the lobsters. This week, we discuss all the times Native or Indigenous people were right and Europeans were wrong.
 
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Westminster Presbyterian Church Sermons
 
In 2009, I was visiting Japan and my good friend and brother from my air force and college days, Sunao Yokobiki. I mentioned that I was looking, while there, for a wall scroll with a few words of spiritual significance. He tried to help me find the right scroll but we found nothing that spoke to me. A few weeks later, I had a phone call from hi ...…
 
This week's Review and Reflection Show on Love (and Revolution) Radio, we take a look at the indigenous and allied resistance to the North Dakota Access Pipeline, explore why the metaphor of war doesn't work for making nonviolent change, and reflect on the meaning of being human in a rapidly changing world. Sign up for our weekly email: http:// ...…
 
Environmental law researcher Erin O'Donnell and economist Julia Talbot-Jones explain what's behind recent moves to give legal personhood to rivers in India, New Zealand and elsewhere. With philosophical roots going back decades, new legal and legislative developments granting personhood to nature seek both to recognise indigenous or religious c ...…
 
Environmental law researcher Erin O'Donnell and economist Julia Talbot-Jones explain what's behind recent moves to give legal personhood to rivers in India, New Zealand and elsewhere. With philosophical roots going back decades, new legal and legislative developments granting personhood to nature seek both to recognise indigenous or religious c ...…
 
Klaus has just returned from addressing the highest body of the United Nations. The General Assembly - on Earth Trusteeship in April of this year. He is a Professor of Law and Director, New Zealand Centre for Environmental Law, University of Auckland; Chair, IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law Ethics Specialist Group. With all the mounti ...…
 
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Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
 
Some tribes and tribal organizations say they will continue to advance the Paris Accord on climate change. Those commitments come despite President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the agreement. The National Congress of American Indians and the Native American Rights Fund are among those expressing concern with Trump’s ...…
 
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Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
 
Some tribes and tribal organizations say they will continue to advance the Paris Accord on climate change. Those commitments come despite President Donald Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the agreement. The National Congress of American Indians and the Native American Rights Fund are among those expressing concern with Trump’s ...…
 
In the second conversation of the TAL + SM crossover series, Ryan and Adam were joined by AAA Executive Director Ed Liebow and Program Manager for Educational Outreach Leslie Walker. They explored the work of the AAA, the changing natures of work and research today, and critically assessed anthropology in terms of scope and impact. This Anthro ...…
 
In the second conversation of the TAL + SM crossover series, Ryan and Adam were joined by AAA Executive Director Ed Liebow and Program Manager for Educational Outreach Leslie Walker. They explored the work of the AAA, the changing natures of work and research today, and critically assessed anthropology in terms of scope and impact. This Anthro ...…
 
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Like I'm A Six-Year-Old
 
Shireen Morris is the Constitutional Reform Advisor at Noel Pearson's Cape York Institute. In the wake of the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum and the Uluru Statement From The Heart, Shireen runs me through the history of constitutional recognition, what it means and how it might work moving forward. We cover symbolism, the political rea ...…
 
A conversation launches an Open Society Justice Initiative report that draws on interviews with community members, litigators, and activists from Kenya, Malaysia, and Paraguay. Speakers: Lucy Claridge, Jérémie Gilbert, James Goldston, Rodrigo Villagra. (Recorded: Apr 27, 2017)By contact@opensocietyfoundations.org.
 
Hundreds of thousands of Algeria's indigenous people, the Berbers, marched to the capital Algiers in June 2001 for a massive demonstration demanding more rights. In particular, they wanted official recognition for the Berber language, Tamazight. Zeinab Dabaa has spoken to Berber activist Rasheed Alwash about the demonstration.Photo: Berber yout ...…
 
Hundreds of thousands of Algeria's indigenous people, the Berbers, marched to the capital Algiers in June 2001 for a massive demonstration demanding more rights. In particular, they wanted official recognition for the Berber language, Tamazight. Zeinab Dabaa has spoken to Berber activist Rasheed Alwash about the demonstration.Photo: Berber yout ...…
 
Wenago woreda is located in Yirgacheffe district, Gedeo Zone in the ‘Southern Nations, Nationalities & Peoples’ (SNNP) region of Ethiopia. Over a number of years the region has developed a distinguished reputation for fine coffees, producing some of the most sought-after microlots in world. The combination of high altitude (up to 2,200m in some ...…
 
Remember when the Chinese, Saudi Arabian, and Nigerian governments invaded Canada and occupied it and it seemed like they would never leave? Remember how every province and territory fell like dominoes even after heroic military struggles against them, and so the invaders jailed or killed our resistance leaders after labelling them terrorists a ...…
 
Wenago woreda is located in Yirgacheffe district, Gedeo Zone in the ‘Southern Nations, Nationalities & Peoples’ (SNNP) region of Ethiopia. Over a number of years the region has developed a distinguished reputation for fine coffees, producing some of the most sought-after microlots in world. The combination of high altitude (up to 2,200m in some ...…
 
The Mabo High Court decision formally recognised the land rights of Indigenous people and paved the way for native title.While celebrations have been held, there are also calls for more to be done. (Mabo одлука на Врховниот Суд официјално ги призна правата на земја на Абориџините и го отвори патот за Домородна Тапија.Додека прославите се веќе о ...…
 
The post June 11th: Interview with Daniel McGowan appeared first on It's Going Down. [LISTEN HERE] In our latest interview for the June 11th International Day of Solidarity with Marius Mason & All Long-Term Anarchist Prisoners, we spoke with Daniel McGowan. Daniel is a former eco-prisoner who did seven years in prison for actions he took part i ...…
 
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The Docket
 
So episode 57 - a new record. But you know that right? Because you subscribe to the show on iTunes and have already rated and reviewed the podcast- right? You should. This week the CBC's Janice Johnston shed light on a horrifying courtroom injustice - the victim of a brutal sexual assault was remanded into custody because she had difficulty ans ...…
 
It has been 600 days since Canada went to the polls and deposed the Emperor Harper. Oh rejoice. Oh deliverance. We shall be saved. The mercurial Justin is here to save us. Because it's 2016. Canada is back. Our rightful place on the world stage will miraculously be awarded back to this lower middle global power because Justin said it would. Wel ...…
 
This week on Love (and Revolution) Radio, we take a moment to review and reflect on the tumultuous events of the past weeks, digging deeper into both the problems we face and the heart of change. We cover the elections, hate crimes, movement building, and how to center the heart for positive action as we move forward to address these times. Sig ...…
 
This Anthro Life has teamed up with Savage Minds to bring you a special 5-part podcast and blog crossover series. While thinking together as two anthropological productions that exist for multiple kinds of audiences and publics, we became inspired to have a series of conversations about why anthropology matters today. For this series we’re sitt ...…
 
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