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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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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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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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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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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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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 Book Club

Tobi Gale-Fields

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This podcast is discussing books that talk about anything indigenous related, and books by authors who are indigenous. Cover art photo provided by Frankie K. on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@frankie_k
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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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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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Indigenous to Somewhere

Vanessa Lynch

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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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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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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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“There's that old saying, ‘blessed are the cracked for they shall let in the light.’ For a lot of people like myself, I think it's true that losing your mind can be a proportionate response to the climate crisis. Those of us with mental health issues are often branded as being in our own world. But paradoxically, being in our own world can actually…
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The MEDIA INDIGENA 2024 Summer Series—our classic compendia of collected, connected conversations drawn from our voluminous eight-year archive—begins with the first in a five-part compilation, 'Why Canada Needs Natives Needy,' a wide-ranging rundown of all the ways this country has produced and perpetuates Indigenous dependency. And here in round o…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode of "Nightmares of the Americas: Indigenous Tales," we check out the eerie and fascinating world of the Dine' beliefs to uncover the mystery of the Chindi. According to Dine' tradition, a Chindi is the malevolent spirit of a deceased person, embodying all their negative traits such as anger, envy, and other un…
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Moving through the contemporary world with an Indigenous paradigm, especially when it comes to death, makes for awkward social situations aka, they not like us. Donate:⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ https://www.indigenousvision.org/⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Subscribe to our ⁠⁠⁠Youtube⁠⁠⁠ channel! ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠#MMIWarriors Self Defense⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ information. If you're able to donate please support ou…
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Imagine being a young mother of two small children, having just married the man who is the father of the children two short months ago and being called late in the night that your husband was in a horrific auto accident and was flown three hours away to a hospital where he clung to life. This is the story of our dear friend, LaTalia Peterson from t…
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This episode features Ernie and Charlotte Kwandibens. They are esteemed Indigenous elders and community leaders, renowned for their unwavering dedication to cultural preservation, education, and environmental stewardship. Born and raised within their traditional lands, Ernie a member of Whitesand First Nation, and Charlotte a member of the Waswanab…
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In this episode Linda and Larry share stories from over four decades of research and evaluation using arts-based methods of engagement. They discuss the many meaningful and authentic ways they have used to approach people in their evaluation projects including drawing, photographs, collage, and poetry. They urge evaluators to consider how we might …
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The wānanga podcasts are longer kōrero or discussions around main themes within Indigenous Growth. These delve into bigger reasons on why we do what we do. A great analogy given from one of Michaels teina from university “Tamoko” mainly because Michael is a huge fan of curry. The analogy is – if a Māori makes a curry, and only Māori eats the curry …
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The United States’ boarding school program was designed to strip Native children of their culture by isolating them from their families and placing them into militant style, religious boarding schools. Our second and third episodes discuss two schools in particular, the Puyallup Indian School, located on Squaxin Island, and the Cushman Indian Schoo…
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In this enlightening episode, we sit down with David Cournoyer, a seasoned journalist and communications expert with over three decades of experience. We delve into David’s remarkable career, starting from his early days as a local and TV journalist to his impactful work and nonprofit communications. David shares his inspiring journey from journali…
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The planet’s well-being unites us all, from ecosystems to societies, global systems to individual health. How is planetary health linked to mental health? Charlie Hertzog Young is a researcher, writer and award-winning activist. He identifies as a “proudly mad bipolar double amputee” and has worked for the New Economics Foundation, the Royal Societ…
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Richard Black spent 15 years as a science and environment correspondent for the BBC World Service and BBC News, before setting up the Energy & Climate Intelligence Unit. He now lives in Berlin and is the Director of Policy and Strategy at the global clean energy think tank Ember, which aims to accelerate the clean energy transition with data and po…
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How and when will we transition to a clean energy future? How will the transition empower individuals and transform global power dynamics? How did China become the world’s first electrostate, leading the drive for renewable energy, and what can we learn from this? Richard Black spent 15 years as a science and environment correspondent for the BBC W…
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American Jews were interested and involved in Palestinian rights all the way back to 1948. There's this idea that it came about just now or in the 1970s, but actually as long as there's been a Nakba. As long as there's been Palestinian refugees, there’s been American Jews concerned with that, too. I would say that a lot of times these American Jews…
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On this week’s round table—the last all-new episode before our summer series launches—the second half of our special live on location look at Indigenous-led genomics. Recorded at the Global Indigenous Leadership in Genomics Symposium at UBC back in May, part one brought us the basics of genomics, how it differs from genetics, and how Indigenous gen…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode of Turtle Island Talk, we bring you crucial updates from our previous discussions. We go into the heartbreaking news of Elder Leonard Peltier's parole being denied once again, shedding light on the ongoing injustices faced by Native communities today. We also explore a symbol of hope and spiritual significanc…
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We're talking land, the importance of traditional ecological knowledge, Indigenous paradigms, and how we are impacting nature as a collective. Donate:⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ https://www.indigenousvision.org/⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Subscribe to our ⁠⁠Youtube⁠⁠ channel! ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠#MMIWarriors Self Defense⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ information. If you're able to donate please support our work by donating here:…
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In today's final episode on Craig's message titled The Chief Aim of Man, Craig continues to help his listeners understand that ultimately, God desires to redirect the affection and worship of every human being from the things created to the One who created all things. There's an answer for every human condition and worship that is not worship at al…
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“I realized very young and very early on in my career that film does more than just inform and inspire and entertain. It can move people into action, whether it's personal or collective action. As a filmmaker, I've always made films about extraordinary women whose lives are faced with extenuating circumstances who've had adversity thrown at them an…
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How can we free ourselves from fear and social barriers to live more fulfilling and meaningful lives? What does it take to overcome trauma and turn it into triumph, and failure into reinvention? How can we shine a light on the marginalized and misunderstood to create social change that transforms the lives of women? Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy is an Osca…
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Send us a Text Message. Jeremy Skibicki, who stands charged with the brutal murders of three First Nations women—Rebecca Contois, 24; Morgan Harris, 39; and Marcedes Myran, 26—as well as an unidentified woman named Mashkode Bizhiki'ikwe, or Buffalo Woman, by community leaders. Believed to be in her 20s and Indigenous, Buffalo Woman's tragic fate re…
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The ongoing conflict in Sudan has pushed millions to the brink of famine, threatening to devastate an entire generation. Despite the severe humanitarian crisis, global awareness remains limited. In this episode on Speaking Out of Place podcast Professor David Palumbo-Liu and Azeezah Kanji talk with Dr. Osman Hamdan and Umniya Najaer about the long …
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In this episode on Speaking Out of Place podcast Professor David Palumbo-Liu and Azeezah Kanji talk with scholar Angana Chatterji and journalist Siddhartha Deb. For decades, they have exposed the violence and fascism lying behind the mythology of India as the world’s largest democracy. In the wake of India’s most recent elections, in which the far …
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In the next two episodes, we join the congregation of the Smith's home church, Cass Lake Alliance, as Pastor Smith shares a message titled The Chief Aim of Man. Taken from Westminster's Lesser Catechism of 1647, Craig reminds his listeners of what the real purpose of living is for all of mankind, that of glorifying God and enjoying Him forever! Cra…
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What is genomics? In what ways might Indigenous genomics differ from its mainstream counterpart? And why is it important they be Indigenous-led? Answers to those questions and more on this special edition of MEDIA INDIGENA, recorded live on location at the Global Indigenous Leadership in Genomics Symposium, hosted this past May at the University of…
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In this episode Gladys and Terrellyn talk about storytelling as methodology and worldview, songs in evaluation, accountabilities of evaluators, building a canoe in a learning journey, and Metuaptmumk. It’s a full and spirit filled conversation that we hope will nourish you, and inspire you to consider arts-based methods in your evaluation and every…
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In today's episode, we join Craig and LaDonna Smith in their recent visit to the On Eagles' Wings Leadership Center on the campus of Hutchcraft Ministries in Harrison, Arkansas where Craig was spending a week teaching the On Eagles' Wings team members who were part of this year's class. While there, Craig was asked to share a staff devotional messa…
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How can we show more kindness, respect, and love to the animals we share this planet with? What lessons can we learn from non-human animals about living in greater harmony with nature? Ingrid Newkirk is the Founder and President of PETA, actively leading the organization and advocating for animal rights. PETA is the largest animal rights organizati…
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Happy Summer Solstice! Today we're reflecting on some of the amazing work we've been doing as an Indigenous led non-profit. Thanks for your support! Donate:⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ https://www.indigenousvision.org/⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Subscribe to our ⁠Youtube⁠ channel! ⁠⁠⁠⁠#MMIWarriors Self Defense⁠⁠⁠⁠ information. If you're able to donate please support our work by donating here:…
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In this episode of the Speaking Out of Place podcast Professor David Palumbo-Liu talks with acclaimed author and activist, and San Francisco legend, Chris Carlsson about his new novel, When Shells Crumble. It begins in December 2024, when the US Supreme Court nullifies the popular vote in the Presidential election and awards the presidency to an au…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode we are talking about Tricksters. These tricksters are multifaceted figures depicted as clever, mischievous, and cunning. They play significant roles in various myths and folklore, embodying both positive and negative traits. Tricksters can be both hero and villain, wise and foolish, which allows them to navig…
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The wānanga podcasts are longer kōrero (discussions) around main themes within Indigenous Growth. This allows us to delve deeper into the reasons on why we do what we do. Why does Indigenous Growth Limited focus on serving indigenous people? He kai kei aku ringa – we have the food at the end of our own hands. Join our director as he shares his appr…
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In today's second and final episode from Craig Smith's message on suffering, preached at the First Baptist Church in Coweta, OK, he continues to explain the miraculous way God intervened in both Craig and LaDonna's lives by sparing them from their graves. Most certainly, they should have died in this horrific accident as both suffered catastrophic …
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Kimmerrer is a mother, scientist, decorated professor, and enrolled tribal member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. She is the author of Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants, which has earned Kimmerrer wide acclaim. Her first book, Gathering Moss: A Natural and Cultural History of Mosses, was awar…
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