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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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What does the Ribbon Skirt mean to you? Donate:⁠⁠⁠ https://www.indigenousvision.org/⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠#MMIWarriors Self Defense⁠⁠ information. If you're able to donate please support our work by donating here: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Indigenous Vision this Native Am⁠⁠⁠erican Heritage Month.⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ ⁠⁠⁠ Learn more about⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Indigenous Vision⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠. Follow u…
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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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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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We cannot express how honored we are as organizers and as Indigenous women to be a part of the MMIW Women's Empowerment Retreat in Pasco, WA last week. It was beyond incredible to witness the power and strength of the Indigenous women of the Washington Nations; Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla. Thank you for attending and being a part of the journ…
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As the Blackfoot Nation and Indigenous community beams with pride witnessing Lily Gladstone's incredible grace and talent, we've asked Rose Stiffarm who is Indigenizing the film instrusy to join our Aunty space this week! Rose is a talented Director of Photography & Cinematographer from Siksika, Quw’utsun, Saanich, Aaniiih, and Nakoda Nations. ⁠⁠⁠⁠…
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We're talking identity and how our Indigenous and non-Indigenous ancestries contribute to who we are and who we are not. ⁠⁠⁠⁠Register for our May Cultural Humility Training.⁠⁠⁠⁠ If you're able to donate please support our work by donating here: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Indigenous Vision this Native American Heritage Month.⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Learn more about⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Indigenou…
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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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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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What happens when an Indigenous woman finally feels bliss? We've been holding on to our historical traumas most of our lives, and now that we're finding new ways of being well, the issues in our tissues remind us of how deep we've been storing our pain. Transformation can be a little painful, but worth it! ⁠Register for our May Cultural Humility Tr…
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We're celebrating Lily Gladstone this week and sharing our candid thoughts on how we're using cultural humility to navigate our work as Indigenous people to Great Turtle Island and how the ripple effects will positively impact the future. What are we doing to stay on track during a global crisis? Find out on episode 109 of the IVPodcast. ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠Regis…
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IVPodcast 108 - 2023 has been a transformative year of dreams turning into realities! Thank you for being here. Your support in our little corner of the podcast universe means so much. As we recharge to embark on another busy year, we took some time to share some of our personal and professional highlights from 2023. ⁠⁠⁠⁠Register for our January Cu…
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IVPodcast 107 - We've noticed the reactions when sharing the term 'Cultural Humility' on social media and wanted to dedicate an entire podcast to defining what cultural humility is with regards to the Dr. Tervalon & Dr. Murray-Garcia framework. Past cohort members also took the time to share how they define cultural humility and the resounding defi…
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IVPodcast 106 - A big thank you to Kristen from Amazon for inviting Indigenous Vision to record this special episode as a presentation to Amazon employees for Native American Heritage Month! We're humbled by the opportunity to share what we do here at IV and how we do it. We're still celebrating Native American Heritage Month with our fundraiser to…
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IVPodcast 105 - Native American Heritage Month is upon us once again, and we've launched a fundraiser to support the work of Indigenous Vision into the next 3 to 4 years. With your help our projects will be catapulted into fully staffed and managed Indigenous led programs from New York, Washington, Nevada, Montana, and Arizona. Celebrate Indigenous…
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IVPodcast 104 - The Buffy Situation We're beyond shook. We looked up to Buffy. These are our thoughts and perspectives. Join us for our January Cultural Humility Training starting on Jan. 23, 2024 - all are welcome: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cultural-humility-train-the-trainer-tickets-737571886367?aff=oddtdtcreator&fbclid=IwAR0IsDlTVasG27VdP6PXP…
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IVPodcast 103 - Sustaining Good Health How we stay healthy when we're deep in the work impacts the trajectory for us as professionals, but as healthy Indigenous women. Whether it's staying deeply connected to our culture, dancing it out, or releasing any and all pent up emotions at a live music shows, we're sharing some of the ways we release the t…
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IVPodcast 102 - Cuffing Season To shack up, or not to shack up? We'll take the latter for this upcoming cuffing season despite the big snow and cold temps predicted for Great Turtle Island's winter season. This week we're reminded of how staying healthy includes staying away from toxic relationships and friendships. Winter is a time for peace, lets…
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IVPodcast 101 - Cultural Appropriation Season We're once again getting into the conversation around what cultural appropriation is and the slippery slope from appreciation to exploitation. Join us for our October Cultural Humility Training starting on Oct. 17, 2023 - all are welcome: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cultural-humility-train-the-trainer-…
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IVPodcast 100 - 100th Episode! Thank you. Thank you for being the change you want to see in the world! We're beyond grateful to have partnered, collaborated, interviewed, learned from, and have been supported by such amazing people from all across Great Turtle Island! Not only are we celebrating our 100th episode, we're celebrating 8 years as a Ind…
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IVPodcast 99 - Cancel Culture & Humility Despite our love for that hot tea it's important for us to take a moment to reflect and step into our lifelong process of learning new ways when it comes to witnessing someone being 'cancelled'. Practicing compassion and humility when dealing some of the worst sides of people is a skill we believe in. Are pe…
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IVPodcast 98 - Nonprofit Blues We've been busy working in the field, experiencing life, and chasing that funding to create the lives we deserve! This week we found some time to share our thoughts on the growing pains of being a little-big nonprofit committed to positive impact and growth, and some of the hoops we have to jump through to keep it all…
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IVPodcast 97 - Our Projects Keep Rolling Whether we're climbing mountains, sampling water, training with dogs, or organizing the next self defense class, our projects here at Indigenous Vision continue to roll out into our communities. Thank you if you've ever donated, attended, or supported any of our events or projects including this podcast! You…
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IVPodcast 96 - Love is Always in the Air Celebrating love is the good medicine we need in times like these. On episode 96 we're reminding ourselves that love is always in the air. Join us for our October Cultural Humility Training starting on Oct. 17, 2023 - all are welcome: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cultural-humility-train-the-trainer-tickets-6…
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IVPodcast 95 - Coping with the Disrespect Is it retrograde or something? We've got technical issues this week compounded with more disrespect against Indigenous communities being played out on social media. So how do we stop the issues from infecting our tissues? Find out on episode 95 of the IVPodcast, where two fabulous Indigenous women share how…
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IVPodcast 94 - The Good Life It's been a big week for the IV Aunties! Souta celebrated her 40th birthday in all her Blackfoot glory exploring traditional sites and mapping, while Melissa is experiencing what it's like to finally have a vehicle. We're reminding ourselves it's okay to be proud of our accomplishments and celebrating our wins along our…
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IVPodcast 93 - Respecting the Pow Wow This week we're talking Pow Wow etiquette. Whether it's standing during the opening Prayer, Grand Entry, or joining the circle when encouraged by the host, there are many ways to enjoy and, more importantly, respect the Pow Wow. What happens when non-Indigenous people want to join in? What if someone wants to m…
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IVPodcast 92 - Centering Our Future We've been busy! This week we took the time to get together and share the ways we're thinking of our future generations in a good way. From monitoring Chronic Wasting Disease, to returning to and reconnecting with our traditional ways, we're embracing our roles as the 'Life Giver' (Ogimaakwe - Ojibway/Anishinaabe…
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IVPodcast 91 - Reflecting on Community We've decompressed after our MMIW events and are still feeling the love and support from everyone who showed up in the community! If you've received one of our self defense kits, we hope you never have to use them, but if you do, Indigenous Vision is not responsible for any injury or death as a result. We are …
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IVPodcast 90 - MMIW & MMIP 2023 Part 2 We continue our dialogue on the Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and People conversation with more special guests who are supporting and advocating for awareness and change in their states. Joining us on part 2 is Lea Ponokaakii Wetzel (Blackfoot) who is accomplishing great things in the state of Mo…
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IVPodcast 89 - MMIW & MMIP 2023 Part 1 Thanks for checking out part 1 of our Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and People episode. As we lead up to May 5th we're here to get the week of action moving by sharing some of the events going on across the US. Joining us on part 1 is Emily Washines (Yakama, Cree, Swinomish) who shares her journe…
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IVPodcast 88 - Centering Ourselves We're spending more time centering ourselves and releasing the guilt that comes with the emancipation from people pleasing and unlearning self destructive behaviors. This week we share our excitement with the changing season and the future plans we have as an organization and as Indigenous Women who are learning t…
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IVPodcast 87 - Protecting Our Health - a Thyroid Journey What if we were as passionate about our health and wellbeing as were are about our work, lifestyle, hobbies, etc? This week Souta shares her incredible journey living with Hashimoto's Disease and what's at stake. Protecting our health as Indigenous women is a full-time and life-long commitmen…
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IVPodcast 86 - MMIWG2S Day is May 5 We're just under a month away from the National Day of Awareness for Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. This May 5th Indigenous Vision will be taking part at events in Missoula MT, Phoenix AZ, and Las Vegas NV. We're currently putting together self defense kits to hand out to our community members and…
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IVPodcast 85 - Blackfoot Woman and her Dog We're stoked to be back in time for the new season! As spring creates and wakes up in the North, we're happy to be working on our upcoming summer projects. After a week of training one of the newest members of the IV team; iitoōmaamaa”kaa (leader/one we follow aka trailblazer) aka Oreo, Souta shares her ex…
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Cultural Humility with Celina Gray! Welcome to the eleventh installment of the Cultural Humility Podcast series presented by Indigenous Vision! Our special guest is not only an Indigenous Vision team member, she was also a part of our January 2023 Cultural Humility Training of Trainers cohort; Celina Gray! The Cultural Humility model provides a met…
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IVPodcast 84 -Mild Imposter Syndrome This week we're talking new dogs, new adventures, and new ways of overcoming. Cultural Humility Training March 2023! Cultural Humility Training May 2023! 3rd Line Hockey Tournament - join us in Vegas this April 7 -9: HERE! Learn more about Cultural Humility: https://www.indigenousvision.org/culturalhumility Subm…
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IVPodcast 83 - Love Is Always In The Air It's Valentine's Day and we're talking love. Love of the work we do, love of the people who make our lives better, love of the dreams we have for ourselves, and love for the incredible women we are. How is love finding you today? Cultural Humility Training March 2023! Cultural Humility Training May 2023! 3rd…
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IVPodcast 82 - Second Hand Trauma We're definitely feeling the impact of the secondary trauma in our world. This week we share how we're reflecting on another year of accomplishments, joy, healing, and how the murder of beloved Tyre Nichols brings up our own trauma and the how the system plays out in different ways for 'different' people. Cultural …
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IVPodcast 81 - Everyone needs to care about MMIWG2S MMIWG2S means Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirits. This includes Trans, Non-Binary, and Non-Gender conforming people, including our missing men. This week was shared space with Yulia Laricheva who is the founder and CEO of Dream Nation Love; A Podcast & Creative Agency, a…
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IVPodcast 80 | Breaking the Silence on Suicide Be prepared for a deep and loving conversation around suicide. Our special guest Terrance LaFromboise ignites our conversation and joins our necessary space to share the ultra unique challenges Indian Country/Indigenous people face when it comes to the factors that lead to suicide and the aftermath. Te…
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IVPodcast 79 | Introducing Celina Gray! We're excited to introduce our newest Indigenous Vision team member and podcast co-host, Celina Gray! Celina is a Blackfoot & Metis mother of four, Native Science Fellow, American Indian College Ambassador, and a former Northwest Representative of the National Student Congress for the American Indian Higher E…
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IVPodcast 78 | Try Hard in 2023 The Blackfoot word for 'Try Hard' is IHKAKIMAAT, this perfectly sums up our intentions for 2023. We love having you here with us, your support has been amazing. Try hard with us in 2023 as we continue the work towards Indigenous liberation! Cultural Humility Training January 2023: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cultura…
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IVPodcast 77 | 2022 Blessings Souta and Melissa reflect on the many blessings of 2022! Even after it all, we're blessed af and that's something to be celebrated throughout the entire year. We hope this podcast finds you embracing your own blessings as we shift into a new era. Cultural Humility Training January 2023: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cul…
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IVPodcast 76 | Mana Wahine 2022, Hawai'i This week Melissa and Faye (IV Youth Coordinator) recap their experience attending 'Mana Wahine Ekolu' on the island of Oahu, Hawai'i! Big thanks to Kimberly Jackson who shared their experience attending the conference as a local, the Pu'a Foundation for being the best hosts ever, and Grantmakers for Girls o…
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IVPodcast 75 | Representation & Healing After pushing our stomachs to the limit with feasting we're sharing the ways we heal our bodies after trauma and the importance of self care after doing the heavy work we do at Indigenous Vision. We also catch up on some of the new TV shows and movies and reflect on the incredible Indigenous representation we…
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IVPodcast Ep. 74 | Culture & Infrastructure As we put our health on the line and teeter between burnout and working our way out of poverty, it's important to share the challenges that much of Indian country faces when it comes to infrastructure. Whether it's a lack of water, paved roads, access to food, and other amenities, we work to try and close…
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IVPodcast Ep. 73 | Dear Pretendian, you are doing harm. We're revisiting the ongoing issue of pretendians and the harm they cause. As Indigenous Womxn of color we once again explain how the exploitive nature behind pretendians and race shifters causes harm and is a part of the big problem that Indigenous people are facing; environmental & social in…
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IVPodcast Ep. 72 | Native American Heritage Month? For two aunties like us, every month is NAHM! We're sharing ways you can be apart of the ongoing liberation of Indigenous People and maybe even yourself on this episode. Cultural Humility Training January 2023: https://www.indigenousvision.org/culturalhumility/032022-10hr/ Submit a report to our Ci…
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Cultural Humility with Phoenix Smith! Welcome to the tenth installment of the Cultural Humility Podcast series presented by Indigenous Vision! We're very honored to have Phoenix Smith on the show this week! Phoenix was a part of our March 2022 cohort and brought so much wisdom to our dialogue we just had to invite them to explore the work further. …
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IVPodcast Ep. 71 | Thank You! We want to thank every single person who took the time to honor and celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day 2022! Your love and support has blown us away and instilled hope moving forward with the renaming of this day. Thank you for checking us out, thank you for following us, thank you for sharing our voices, thank you for y…
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