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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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The Indigenous Approach

1st Special Forces Command (Airborne)

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Welcome to The Indigenous Approach, a podcast where we examine the role of the Nation's Premier Partnership Force across the competition continuum - from cooperation to conflict, and everything in between.
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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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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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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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Indigenous Voices of Vancouver Island

For Vancouver Island

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Indigenous Voices of Vancouver Island is a presentation of 4VI (formerly known as Tourism Vancouver Island), a social enterprise in business to ensure travel is a force for good for Vancouver Island - forever. From its breathtaking vistas to the inspiring talents of its people, Vancouver Island is the definition of a “must-see” destination. In the first season, Indigenous Voices of Vancouver Island, 4VI showcases the talents of Indigenous entrepreneurs and their stories of how they have foun ...
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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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Indigenous Innovators

Animikii

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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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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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Living Indigenous Media

Rain Charger

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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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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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This bilingual series of podcasts features primarily educational narratives that deal with the different forms of family / domestic / conjugal / intimate partner violence mostly against women, but can also apply to males and two-spirited folks who can use some help in determining whether what they are experiencing is indeed violence, in any form. Upcoming episodes for Season 2 will include : 1) One Indigenous woman's sharing of her personal story of trauma, resilience, and perseverance in th ...
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Unrooted Podcast- The Indigenous Foundation

The Indigenous Foundation

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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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Indigenous 150+

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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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Driving While Indigenous Podcast

Jill Featherstone

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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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Thinking About Indigenous Religions

Liudmila Nikanorova

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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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"The Canadian Indian Residential School system was a network of boarding schools for Indigenous peoples funded by the Canadian government's Department of Indian Affairs and administered by Christian churches. Over 150,000 Indigenous children were forcibly taken from their homes and placed in residential schools nationally. From the 1960s until the …
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Truth telling isn't for everyone. This week we're feeling the truths of the world more than ever. Truth is one of the guiding principles for the Anishinaabe; how are you staying truthful to yourself? ⁠⁠⁠Register for our May Cultural Humility Training.⁠⁠⁠ If you're able to donate please support our work by donating here: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Indigenous Vision thi…
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Mary LaGarde is the Executive Director of the Minneapolis American Indian Center (MAIC) and a member of the White Earth Nation. She was selected to lead the organization in June 2013 and has over 30 years of nonprofit experience in program services, including management and development. In 2008, LaGarde received the DreamMaker Award from the Ann Ba…
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In this episode, Lt. Col. Thomas Gaines and Dr. Angus Fletcher discuss creativity and leadership. Lt. Col. Gaines is the command's G6 and Dr. Fletcher is a Story Science Professor from Ohio State University. Together the two have done quite a bit of research on creativity and leadership. Enjoy the episode. It's a great one and an interesting conver…
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On this week’s Indigenous round table: legal limbo? Did the Supreme Court's recent rejection of Quebec’s constitutional challenge to Bill C-92 really cement the self-determination of Indigenous peoples on child welfare? Or did it seal in the status quo, one where the feds still hold all the cards and all the funds? A ruling described as “very beaut…
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In today's concluding episode of the Smith's look into the life and leadership of the wicked King Ahaz, the Smiths seek to tie in the lessons learned from these Old Testament stories into our own life experiences to help us know how to sort out the supernatural and delineate the holy from the unholy. Using the tough lessons learned from not only Ah…
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In the final episode of this second series, Tchadas Leo touches on one of the core values of Indigenous Peoples on Vancouver Island: their relationship with the land. Environmental Stewardship is woven through so much of what has been discussed in this series and these next guests tackle the issue directly. The first guest is Chyanne Trenholm from …
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In this episode, host Lyla June interviews Jeffrey Haas, a Jewish civil rights and criminal defense attorney who has represented with the families of Black Panther leaders, Water Protectors at Standing Rock, and many more. The conversation focuses on the topic of indigeneity between Zionists and Palestinians, how some members of the Jewish communit…
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In this episode we jump back into oral traditions while we are at the tail end of winter. Winter is the time to tell stories, be with family, and remember the ones who have passes. We are thrilled to tell you a few Chumash oral traditions in this episode, where we jump into stories from the book "December's Child." Join us as we journey through the…
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Ranked 4th in the UFC flyweight rankings, Kaiwhare Kara-France embodies the resilience of a true warrior. With 24 wins under his belt, he’s undeterred by setbacks, including controversial losses. Descended from Waikato, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngārauru, Te Āti Haunui a Pāpārangi, Kara-France infuses his fighting spirit with the teachings…
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How can the arts help us examine and engage with social issues? How do our families shape our views, memories, and experience of the world? From her role as Dr. Lisa Cuddy on the hit Fox series House, to her starring role as Abby McCarthy in Bravo's first scripted series Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce, Lisa Edelstein's range of roles are as diverse …
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“I write science fiction, so it's fascinating from a technological standpoint, but we have dozens and dozens of years of science fiction warning us about technology unchecked. The irony is that now so many of those science fiction stories have probably been used to feed the AI training algorithms that they are now repurposing and ripping off. So it…
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What does the future hold for our late-stage capitalist society with mega-corporations owning and controlling everything? How can the world-building skills of the makers of films and comics help us imagine a better future? Kyle Higgins is an Eisner award-nominated #1 New York Times best-selling comic book author and award-winning filmmaker known fo…
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"Climate change gives us a chance to re-imagine the world in a way that every single human being can participate in. And so whether you're in a remote part of the United States or some other country, when you learn about climate change, it shouldn't just be the science. It should be the opportunity." –Kathleen Rogers Excerpts of interviews from One…
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“The natural world has its own sonic language. Its own fingerprints. And that's one of the beautiful things about being out here. There is another acoustic environment, another sort of sonic fingerprint, and it is always changing. Every day is a sort of a different sound picture. I walk out the door and you do hear it changing over time. The leaves…
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How can we better educate young people about the future & the planet? How can we address eco-anxiety while providing students with climate optimism, hope, and solutions? Bryce Coon is the Director of Education at EarthDay.ORG, a nonprofit that champions climate education for all students and is the global driving force behind Earth Day. Previously,…
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In Episode Four of Indigenous Voices of Vancouver Island, Tchadas Leo tackles the challenge of building strong communities that keep tradition and heritage in place despite the challenges from outside forces. To do this, Tchadas reconnects with Gary Wilson who we met in season one. Gary is at the heart of community building in Northwest Vancouver I…
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In episode three, Tchadas Leo explores the differences between Food Security and Food Sovereignty. He speaks with two people working to supply food and hears how Indigenous values about food are infused into Indigenous owned commercial and tourist organizations. Up first, Tchadas Leo speaks with Aaron Hamilton, the operations manager with the Ts'uu…
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In episode two, the focus shifts slightly into the examination of tradition and how it plays a part in the lives of two communities and the ways in which they are making this part of the tourist experience. Tchadas Leo speaks first with a hereditary chief of the Mowachaht Muchalaht First Nation, Jerry Jack, also known as Tlakwagiila from the house …
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The second season of Indigenous Voices of Vancouver Island continues the exploration of the history, culture, and role of Indigenous Peoples in the Vancouver Island of today. In the first episode of the new season, the focus is on Indigenous Women in Business. Host Tchadas Leo introduces us to three women making a huge difference in their communiti…
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How can we reimagine a world without plastic? How can we push governments and companies to admit what they know about the health impacts of plastics and change public policy? Kathleen Rogers is the President of EARTHDAY.ORG. Under her leadership, it has grown into a global year-round policy and activist organization with an international staff. She…
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In this third episode in the Smith's series on the Wicked King Ahaz, Craig and LaDonna continue going over the 20 verses in 2 Kings 16 that speak of the life and times of King Ahaz. They begin to summarize what the Scriptures are saying about Ahaz' life and reign, and end up taking their listeners down several trails of truth that show how these ve…
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Microplastics and nanoplastic pollution are currently blanketing the planet. They are in the air we breathe, the food we eat, and the water we drink, infiltrating our bodies and even brains and human embryos. Coca-Cola alone sells 100 billion+ single-use plastic bottles each year, ending up in landfills and the ocean. Earth’s population will reach …
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Love is always in the air; not just figuratively, but literally! Whether it's the piita/Eagle people courting and sky dancing, to us Indigenous women experiencing the journey of life itself. This episode is dedicated to the lovers of life, justice, self, and all things living on this Earth. ⁠⁠Register for our May Cultural Humility Training.⁠⁠ If yo…
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Staci Lola Drouillard is a Grand Portage Band of Ojibwe direct descendant. She lives and works in her hometown of Kitchibitobig—Grand Marais, on Minnesota’s North Shore of Lake Superior. Staci works as a radio producer for WTIP North Shore Community Radio and authors the monthly column Nibi Chronicles for Great Lakes Now, a branch of Detroit Public…
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“I was fortunate to be able to be out in Hollywood in the 90s and to be able to work early on seminal LGBT-presenting shows like Tales of the City series, and Six Feet Under with Alan Ball. When it comes to Tokyo Vice, I did push hard for there to be a queer storyline because in the late 90s, in Japan, there was a huge thriving gay subculture. But …
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What does learning another language and living in another culture do for your humanity and creative process? Alan Poul is an Emmy, Golden Globe, DGA, and Peabody Award-winning producer and director of film and television. He is Executive Producer and Director on the Max Original drama series Tokyo Vice, written by Tony Award-winning playwright J.T.…
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This episode, another ‘mini’ INDIGENA (the easy-peasy version of MEDIA INDIGENA)—one where the first item went way longer than anyone expected! Joining host/producer Rick Harp on Tuesday, February 6th were Kim TallBear (University of Alberta professor in the Faculty of Native Studies) and Candis Callison (UBC Associate Professor in the Institute fo…
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As Craig and LaDonna Smith move into the second part of this series on the life and times of King Ahaz, LaDonna continues her reading of 2 Kings 16, and the 20 short verses God's Word dedicates to this wicked king. Even though his rule lasted for over 16 years, it takes only 20 verses of one Old Testament chapter to give the Smiths plenty of things…
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Michael Migizi Sullivan Sr. is a lifelong student of the Ojibwe language, father, husband, ceremonial drum keeper of the Ojibwe, powwow emcee, up-and-coming storyteller, and teacher of the Ojibwe language. Dr. Sullivan earned his doctorate in linguistics at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, working under the tutelage of Larry Amik Smallwood …
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“I would go back to that very simple thing of treating animals the way that you would like to be treated. And I know that humane education is becoming a more welcome subject or way of teaching in schools. And I definitely think we need more of that where it's not just you go to school and learn about maths and science and history and so on, but you…
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How can we improve animal-human relationships? How can we increase our sensitivity to the other animals who share this planet with us? Poorva Joshipura is PETA U.K. Senior Vice President. She is the Author of Survival at Stake: How Our Treatment of Animals is Key to Human Existence and For a Moment of Taste: How What You Eat Impacts Animals, the Pl…
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