The Red Nation Podcast

A weekly Society, Culture and History podcast featuring
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Red Power Hour is back! RPH host Melanie Yazzie is joined by TRN Podcast co-hosts Jennifer Marley (@JenMarley1680) and Nick Estes (@nickwestes) and Bands of Turtle Island host Sungmanitu Bird (@BandsIsland) to give an Indigenous left breakdown
Anishnaabe lawyer Tara Houska (@zhaabowekwe) joins us from the frontlines to discuss how the Indigenous-led fight against the Line 3 tar sands pipeline is far from over. Support    
Historian Alex Aviña joins us to discuss the origins of the US war on terror in frontier expansion, Indian killing, and anticommunism. Read:   Support  
Nathália Urban (@UrbanNathalia) interviews David Adler (@davidrkadler) and Nick Estes (@nickwestes) about the Indigenous resistance against the Brazilian right wing to protect the Amazon rainforest. Check out the video on our YouTube channel Su
Red Power Hour is back! RPH host Melanie Yazzie is joined by TRN Podcast co-host Jennifer Marley (JenMarley1680) for part two of our two-part series on this summer of climate catastrophe and why Indigenous movements for decolonization are our b
In this talk, Dr. Kim TallBear (@KimTallBear) discusses the politics of Indigenous kinship in relation to settler constructs of marriage and monogamy. Dr. TallBear is a citizen of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate in South Dakota and an Associate Pro
Andrea Ixchiu, una activista maya, brinda un panorama de lo que está sucediendo en Guatemala, las demandas de las comunidades indígenas como los llamados a un gobierno plurinacional, entre otros temas.   Support
Mayan activist Andrea Ixchiu (@Andreakomio) provides an overview of what is taking place in Guatemala, the demands of Indigenous communities such as calls for a plurinational government, among other topics. Support
Red Power Hour is back! The Red Nation podcast co-host Nick Estes (@nickwestes) joins RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz (@spiritofpopay) and Melanie Yazzie to discuss this long hot summer of climate catastrophe and political backlash against last year’s
Tewa organizer, poet, and doula Beata Tsosi-Peña (@BeataTsosiePena) talks about becoming aware of nuclear colonialism in her homelands, food and seed sovereignty, land remediation, and pueblo solidarity with Land grant communities.   Support ht
In this keynote address to the Oak Lake Writers' Society, Joseph Marshall III explores the issues and concerns of tribal writers, regarding subject matter, genre, and the ever-present "who gets to speak for whom." Link to video  For more infor
Ihanktonwan Dakota elder Faith Spotted Eagle talks about the history of Mnisose, the Missouri River, and what it means to be a Water Protector of the Missouri River bio-region.   Support
Ojibwe journalist Mary Annette Pember (@mapember) talks about deep family histories of Native boarding schools. Resources on boarding school trauma and healing:
Sasha Beaulieu, Red Lake Nation's Tribal Monitor, talks about the Line 3 struggle. The day after this was filmed, Enbridge moved the drill to the river. Urgent action is needed. Here's how you can help: Support:
Haunani-Kay Trask was the leader of the modern Hawaiian sovereignty movement.  Introduction by Uahikea Maile (@uahikea)   Support    
Red Power Hour is back! Melodie Meyer joins RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz (@spiritofpopay) and Melanie Yazzie to discuss Rutherford Falls, a new TV show with an Indigenous angle.  Support
Anishnaabe artist and scholar Denise Lajimodiere (@DLajimodiere) discusses the history US Indian boarding schools and their enduring legacies. Resources on boarding school trauma and healing:
Red Power Hour is back! The Red Nation podcast host Nick Estes (@nickwestes) joins RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz (@spiritofpopay) and Melanie Yazzie to discuss justice for boarding and residential schools. Link to boarding school survivor help: http
Kayleigh Warren and Chasity Salvador join host Jen Marley (@JenMarley1680) to discuss the reclamation of Pueblo farming practices, climate change, and the importance of food and seed sovereignty. Support
Melanie, Jen (@JenMarley1680), and Kenard discuss the commodification of pride, pinkwashing, identity politics, beating pessimism, and what we should do to organize queer Indigenous revolutionary politics.    Support
Yet-Si Blue (Janet McCloud) was a co-founder of Women of All Red Nations. She connects Indigenous spirituality to contemporary resistance, sovereignty, and the leadership of Indigenous women. Support  
Guests Justine Teba and Nicole Martin join #RedPowerHour host Elena Ortiz (@spiritofpopay) to discuss the best and worst of indigenous people on the big screen.  Support
Charisse Burden-Stelly (@blackleftaf) is Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Political Science at Carleton College and host of The Last Dope Intellectual. Support  
Join guest Justine Teba and #RedPowerHour co-hosts Elena Ortiz (@spiritofpopay) and Melanie Yazzie to discuss the ongoing fight for the liberation of Palestine. Support
Historian Ussama Makdisi discusses about the current uprisings in Palestine and the enduring legacy of the Nakba. Support    
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