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Indigenous Vision

Indigenous Vision

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Two aunties sharing and examining the world through the lense of an Anishinaabe and Blackfoot experience. Indigenous Vision (IV) is led by an all-Indigenous team who work to "revitalize Indigenous communities - culture, people, and land - by providing educational resources through quality programs that promote well-being." Based in Montana and Arizona. Produced by Melissa Spence and Souta Callinglast
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Young & Indigenous

Young & Indigenous

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YAI Podcast stands for Young and Indigenous - and that is who we are: Tribal youth creating an outlet to express opinions, voice ideas and concerns, and share stories that have been, until now, untold. By listening to the voices of our ancestors, we are reclaiming our narrative and preserving our way of life. Join us on our journey!
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Have you ever been alone alone on a dark road, and all you hear is the sound of crickets and the rustle of leaves...and then it's there! It's all around you! It's that feeling, isn't it? That creepy, crawling sensation in your gut. The one that tells you something bad is about to happen? Stick around and learn about the horrors that lurk in the shadows of Native American folklore.. Each episode, our hosts will explore the darkest places in North and South America, from native stories, lore, ...
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Embark on a transformative journey with Founder & CEO of Indigenous Growth LTD, Michael Moka who weaves the timeless tapestry of living a legacy to leave a legacy. Immerse yourself in the intimate narrative of an Indigenous voice, sharing ancestral mātauranga and the art of shaping a meaningful impact on the world. Tune in as each episode invites you to reflect on your own legacy and the profound power of passing down stories that echo through time. Join us in celebrating the beauty of herit ...
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Indigenous Medicine Stories Podcast is a collaboration between AMS Healthcare and the Jason A. Hannah Chair in the History of Indigenous Health and Indigenous Traditional Medicine at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine University. Indigenous Medicine Stories aims to educate health professionals and the public about Indigenous healing. The podcast will highlight the lived experiences of Indigenous Knowledge holders, healers, and Elders and help professionals who practice Indigenous healin ...
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Indigenous Voices from Fort Nisqually

Fort Nisqually Living History Museum

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In 2021, Fort Nisqually Living History Museum brought together a panel of historians to discuss the legacy of the Puget Sound Treaty War (1855-1856). With representatives from the Muckleshoot, Nisqually, Puyallup, Steilacoom, and Squaxin Island Tribes, as well as Fort Nisqually Living History Museum and HistoryLink.org, the panel introduced a new dialogue among diverse communities impacted by the War and its aftermath. The Indigenous Voices Podcast is an extension of this award winning serie ...
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In Native Lights, people in Native communities around Mni Sota Mkoce - a.k.a. Minnesota - tell their stories about finding their gifts and sharing them with the community. These are stories of joy, strength, history, and change from Native people who are shaping the future and honoring those who came before them. Native Lights is also a weekly, half-hour radio program hosted by Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe members and siblings, Leah Lemm and Cole Premo. Native Lights is a space for people in Na ...
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I've created this space to engage in conversation with other human beings about indigenous issues and discuss the issues guests or I raise in an open, honest and frank way. There are no wrong questions! Be brave! Everything you've wanted to know or say about (or as) indigenous peoples, but were afraid to ask (or speak)!
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Social Justice & Activism episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to activists, environmental organizations, indigenous groups, artists, writers & others who have devoted their life to making a difference. To listen to ALL arts, activism & environmental episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the ...
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Indigenous Urbanism

Jade Kake

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Indigenous Urbanism is a place-based storytelling podcast about the spaces we inhabit, and the community drivers and practitioners who are shaping those environments and decolonising through design.
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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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Welcome to Living Indigenous Media, a podcast forum for discussing Indigenous media movements, oral histories and contributing to the Indigenous conversation. I'm your host Rain Charger, an Itazipacola Lakota grad student in the Indigenous Studies department at The University of Kansas.
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The Indigenous Foundation is proud to present Unrooted, a podcast focused on centering Indigenous voices and stories. Through Unrooted, we hope to dismantle systems of oppression and 'uproot' the deeply ingrained issues and racism that exist against Indigenous peoples to this day. We hope to share intersectional, holistic perspectives and experiences through speaking with Indigenous and Afro-Indigenous advocates and change-makers.
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Holding the Fire: Indigenous Voices on the Great Unraveling

Post Carbon Institute: Indigenous Voices on the Great Unraveling

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Indigenous thought leaders offer their unique perspectives on this moment of shared crises, the consequence of global industrialized society having been built on extraction, colonialism, perpetual growth, and overexploitation of nature. Award-winning journalist and author Dahr Jamail hosts in-depth interviews with leaders from around the world to uncover Indigenous ways of reckoning with environmental and societal breakdown. If you’re concerned about climate change, species extinctions, loss ...
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Change makers from across Canada celebrate Indigenous voices and cultures as they share the stories of First Peoples and the land. To Join our community and learn about our media training opportunities and special online events: Subscribe: https://goodinfluencefilms.com/podsubscribe Support: www.goodinfluencefilms.com/podcasts
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Realness and more • new moming, decolonization, honoring ancestral lineage plus mental wellness, spirituality, civil rights and so much more Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/venerateapothecary/support
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This podcast series is hosted by Dr Marnee Shay and Professor Rhonda Oliver who are the editors of a new strengths based text book about Indigenous education published by Routledge 'Indigenous Education in Australia Learning and Teaching for Deadly Futures'. The podcast explores different topics about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education with chapter authors; a diverse group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Elders, scholars and educators. Front cover artwork by Aunty Denise Proud
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Indigenous Flame

Indigenous Flame: Every Voice Creates a Spark

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Every Voice Creates A Spark. Indigenous Flame is a space to combat the erasure of the issues that we face in our communities and to celebrate the accomplishments of Indigenous youth, community leaders, business owners, artists, activists, entertainers, and all Indigenous people creating positive change for our future generations. Join the Conversation every Monday and Friday on Twitter Spaces at http://www.twitter.com/johnniejae at 8pm EST / 5pm PST
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Jill Featherstone is an author, University professor, motivational speaker, workshop facilitator, and proud wife, mother & grandmother. Empowering Indigenous young people is always on the forefront of whatever she is doing, and whether it’s through workshops, podcasting or speaking at events, Jill is always in search of ways to reach people on a larger scale.
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Welcome to «Thinking About Indigenous Religions», a podcast where scholars, activists, artists, practitioners, and students discuss their understandings and usages of the term indigenous religions. The ambition is to address questions that many of us think of when we are thinking about indigenous religions. Are they the religions of indigenous peoples or a distinct group of religions? Is it a method, a theory, or a research field? Who gets to define indigenous religions? Who has already been ...
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In today's episode, Craig and LaDonna Smith continue their visit with Nick Liew (Apache) and Wes Francis (Navajo), leaders of the On Eagles' Wings ministry. Along with them continuing to share the story of God's work in their lives, they begin to explain how God is using this team of Native youth evangelists to reach Native communities with the gos…
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Alexander is the policy lead for RE Sources’ land use and water protection programs. Alexander completed a graduate program in Environmental Policy at Western Washington University in 2022, where his research focused on how community-driven forest stewardship can help restore the Nooksack watershed. Having grown up in southern Oregon, Alexander gra…
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“The American Climate Corps builds on the legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps, which came out of the New Deal after the Great Depression in the United States when the country was getting very close to there being a toppling of the government because there was such a crisis here after the Depression. There were Dust Bowls. People were migratin…
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In today's episode, we discuss the injustice faced by one of our elders, Leonard Peltier, a member of the American Indian Movement. We'll explore the events leading up to the 1975 shootout at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and the subsequent deaths of two FBI agents. We'll examine how the FBI's overreach and jurisdictional tensions escalated con…
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Let’s get some real talk going – What would you do for the ones who you really love. Going off our very first podcast around living a legacy and leaving a legacy, this transformational podcast talks about the one thing we need to work on to give more to the ones that we live for. Sometimes we are always looking for the silver bullet and the shortcu…
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In this compelling episode, we welcome Karen Diver. Karen speaks on her rich background in leadership and advocacy work. We discuss some of her goals and the work she’s already done at the University of Minnesota, such as implementing tuition and fee waivers, housing scholarships, and enhancing a nation-wide online library resource for students tha…
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We're doing our best to slow down and record episodes here and there this season. Indigenous Vision is in full tilt mode but we took a few minutes to share what we've been up to the past few weeks. Who's ready for summer? Donate:⁠⁠ https://www.indigenousvision.org/⁠⁠ ⁠#MMIWarriors Self Defense⁠ information. If you're able to donate please support o…
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This episode features Dr. Karen Hill. Karenna’onwe (Gaw-law-naw-oo-way) – Dr. Karen Hill is Mohawk from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. She is the mother of two sons and step-mother to five daughters. She currently has 10 grandchildren and 2 great grandsons. She completed medical school in 2003 and Family Medicine Residency in 2005 - both…
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In this episode host Lyla June talks with Shelly Covert, spokesperson for the Nisenan Indigenous Nation, native to Grass Valley & Nevada City areas of northern California. Co-founders of CHIRP (California Heritage: Indigenous Research Project) Shelly Covert and Ember Amador discuss their $2.4M GoFundMe campaign to recover sacred lands stolen during…
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Season 2, Episode 1 of the Indigenous Voices Podcast focuses on the Fox Island Council, the reasons communities moved into this camp, and the conditions they lived in. Season 1 of the Indigenous Voice Podcast explored the experiences of being Native in the Puget Sound Region. Panelists discussed everything from food sovereignty to language revitali…
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How can we make the radical social changes needed to address the climate crisis? What kind of large ecological disaster or mass mobilization in the streets needs to take place before we take meaningful climate action? Dana R. Fisher is the Director of the Center for Environment, Community, & Equity and Professor in the School of International Servi…
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“I'm inspired by a lot of young people who are in their early twenties. They're very interested in these topics. They love thrifting because it is trendy, cool, and affordable. And it's also really good for the environment. I hope that they continue to fight for what is right. I think that what's needed in today's world is that we do create more eq…
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What is regenerative business? How can we create a business mindset that addresses social, economic and environmental issues? Esha Chhabra has written for national and international publications over the last 15 years, focusing on global development, the environment, and the intersection of business and impact. Her work has been featured in The New…
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Today, Craig and LaDonna focus their attention on Going Young as they introduce listeners to an amazing and effective Native youth ministry called On Eagles Wing' (OEW). This was a ministry Craig and LaDonna were privileged to help lead from 2003 to 2008 along with co-founders, Ron and Karen Hutchcraft. This ministry has recruited, trained, and equ…
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NSEA is the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association. Darrell Grey has been the Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) Project Manager for nearly 30 years leading conservation projects and managing restoration efforts in his time with the organization. James Vanderhoort joined NSEA after graduating from Western Washington University and will…
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“The thing that unites my poetry and the nonfiction writing is my main obsession as a writer. It's the question of, how do you live meaningfully in late capitalism? As corporations and global capitalist forces take over the world, what does it mean to try to have a meaningful human life? I think the proliferation of objects might reflect that. A lo…
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What is the future of literature in the age of generative AI? How can bookstores build community and be engines for positive social change? What does it mean to try to have a meaningful human life? Danny Caine is the author of the poetry collections Continental Breakfast, El Dorado Freddy's, Flavortown, and Picture Window, as well as the books How …
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Settle in for months Turtle Island Talk , where we dive into a mix of news, intriguing developments, and some less pleasant topics. Our journey begins with a concerning news story of nuclear waste in Canada. The question looms: can we trust the Canadian government to safely transport and store this hazardous material? The First Nations people certa…
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In today's episode, Craig, Ryan, and Paul continue to provide information on the development of the newly formed National Association of Native Evangelicals. Its stated purpose, mission statement, and how interested folks can learn more about it through their new website is all included in today's finale. The trio ends the conversation with how lis…
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“We actually do need these animals on the landscape, and we're going to protect them and restore them and help their populations increase. And so, to me, beavers are proof that what we're doing as conservationists is not futile, right? That there really is reason for hope and optimism, which beavers demonstrate. I think that's a really important le…
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Every year, humanity's footprint casts a deadly shadow over our skies and landscapes, claiming the lives of billions of birds and other wildlife. What is road ecology? How are our roads driving certain species towards extinction? And what can we do about it? Ben Goldfarb is a conservation journalist. He is the author of Crossings: How Road Ecology …
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What's the point of being competitive if you're not even in the race. This short value video addresses the number 1 reason why our indigenous whānau in Aotearoa don’t get promoted. Believe it or not, its because of humility. Humility was supposed to be something empowering but in this instance it is limiting. Our director Michael Moka has a kōrero …
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In part two of this three part series, Craig Smith continues his interesting discussion with colleagues, Paul Straubel (director for the Center for Indian Ministries in Bemidji, MN), and Dr. Ryan O'Leary (Ojibwe), the newly appointed president of the National Association of Native Evangelicals, as they discuss this newly formed organization, its go…
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We continue our PLANTS series with Sadie Olsen, a proud member of the Lummi Nation. Sadie is also a co-founder of Whiteswan Environmental (WE), an Indigenous led 501(c)(3) whose mission is to support community healing through the natural, cultural and historical restoration to the Salish Sea for 7th generation sustainability as a measure of ecologi…
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In our final episode of our AIM series, we go into one of the most pivotal moments in Native history – the Wounded Knee Occupation of 1973. In this show we will take you, the listener on a journey through the origins, motivations, and lasting impact of this landmark event. The American Indian Movement (AIM), founded in 1968, emerges as a powerful f…
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In today's episode of Indigenous Faith, Craig begins a three part visit with dear friends Paul Straubel and Dr. Ryan O'Leary (Ojibwe), as they introduce a new emerging organization called the National Association of Native Evangelicals (NANE). Along with several other leaders, Craig, Paul, and Ryan have been developing this new organization, design…
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“It's important to imagine, to keep imagining, a world that is free from colonialism, from oppression, from exploitation, also expropriation of nature. And unfortunately this world is not sustainable—we are not living in that kind of world today. But if we want to see the world for our next generation for the future, we need to pass the torch and a…
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How are writing and travel vehicles for understanding? How can we expand the literary canon to include other voices, other cultures, other experiences of the world? Intan Paramaditha is a writer and an academic. Her novel The Wandering (Harvill Secker/ Penguin Random House UK), translated from the Indonesian language by Stephen J. Epstein, was nomi…
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Environmentalists, writers, artists, activists, and public policy makers explore the interconnectedness of living beings and ecosystems. They highlight the importance of conservation, promote climate education, advocate for sustainable development, and underscore the vital role of creative and educational communities in driving positive change. 00:…
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AIM sought to address issues such as treaty rights, land rights, tribal sovereignty, and the broader social, economic, and political injustices faced by Indigenous communities. Raymond Yellow Thunder and Wesley Bulltail were both victims of racial violence, and their cases highlight some of the challenges faced by Natives and the response from AIM.…
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Today's episode of Indigenous Faith is the finale in the series on not just King Josiah, but on the Smith's review of some of the kings of Israel and Judah. Have you enjoyed this series as much as the Smiths enjoyed sharing it with you? They trust and pray that it has not only been an enjoyable journey but enlightening as well. There's so much to l…
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Continuing on from our last episode, Morgan Brown is a Tsimshian mother, auntie, sister, and daughter. Morgan works as the Environmental Education Coordinator and Indigenous Science Educator for the Swinomish Tribe. She considers her students to be some of her biggest teachers. Morgan’s inspiration and knowledge fall in the realms of traditional pl…
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Brandon Baity is Anishinaabe and a descendant of the White Earth Nation. He grew up in Brooklyn Park, MN and currently lives in Moorhead, MN with his 3 children, partner, and mother-in-law. He graduated with a degree in social work from the College of Saint Scholastica in 2013. After graduation he worked as a youth mental health practitioner, schoo…
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Joining us to decompress from MMIW Women's Empowerment Retreat in Pasco, WA earlier this month is Kola Shippentower, personal safety coach and founder of the Wisawca Project, and Miyo Strong who is the program director of Smart Defense from the Elizabeth Smart Foundation. The sisterhood we experienced everyone including the Indigenous women of the …
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In this back half of our longer-than-expected mini INDIGENA, host/producer Rick Harp picks up where he left off (drinking deeply of coffee, commodity fetishism and character actor Wallace Shawn) with Kim TallBear (University of Alberta professor in the Faculty of Native Studies and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Peoples, Technoscience and Soci…
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"We are self-conscious selves who are coming to understand the fact that we are not somehow walled off from the rest of the world. And so if we can begin to reframe some of these frightening relationships as profoundly intimate relationships that certainly require addressing. It's that kind of a reference frame shift that I think is going to help u…
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