Ep 22 Inside 254 Visits the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian

October 13, 2017

In Episode 22, we share our impressions of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington, DC. In the Trumpster Fire, we talk about the threat to tribal land ownership and land trusts under Trump's administration. Our Media Minute encourages you to watch the new documentary, Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World, and our Activist Action asks you to GO to the NMAI in DC or NY and shares some more details on how to go and what to expect when you get there. Empower yourself by joining our community and feel less alone in this topsy-turvy time. Share this episode with your social media networks and ask others to listen and join this fight (we are also on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Play Music). We are in this together.

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Ep 16 Native American tribal sovereignty and Bureau of Indian Affairs in the era of Trump

July 21, 2017

Episode 16 focus on Native American tribal sovereignty (what it is, why it matters, how it is now in danger) and changes to the Bureau of Indian Affairs in the era of Trump. The Trumpster fire asks whether Trump's promise to bring coal jobs back to America includes indigenous nations, our Media Minute reviews the film The Cherokee Word for Water, and the Activist Action provides information and what you can do to help with the ongoing Bears Ears' Monument battle.

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Episode 7 Settler colonialism

March 17, 2017

Episode Seven unpacks the concept of settler colonialism as it relates to Native Americans, a Trumpster fire on Trump's penchant for appropriating "fake news," as well as our usual Media Minute and Activist Actions. Please listen and share our podcast with your like-minded friends. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and on our web site where we post links and additional information from the current episode. Thank you for listening!

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Episode 1 #NoDAPL

December 23, 2016
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