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The Red Nation Podcast

Feb 28, 2020

Nick Estes, the host of the Red Nation Podcast, talks about the legacy of his grandfather Frank Estes and the afterlives of allotment policy for the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe.

This talk was part of a series of talks celebrating Oceti Sakowin writers of the Oak Lake Writers Society hosted December 2019:

Feb 24, 2020

Turtle Island is rising up! #ReconciliationisDead, #WetsuwetenStrong blockades, Tohono O'odham resist the border wall, settler elections, & Palestine! Red Nation comrades Orien LongKnife (@beshnez) & Elena Ortiz (@spiritofpopay) join the conversation.


Feb 17, 2020

In this wide-ranging interview, award-winning Cherokee journalist Rebecca Nagle (@rebeccanagledebunks myths surrounding Cherokee history, culture, and people — and why these tropes have devastating consequences for all Native people.


Feb 15, 2020

Dr. Karla Tait is a member of the Gilseyhu Clan of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation and a trained psychologist who specializes in decolonizing healing. In this interview, she gives a historical and cultural context to the mass Indigenous uprising #WetsuwetenStrong that is rocking so-called Canada. She was arrested...

Feb 10, 2020

Onyesonwu joins us for a report-back from recent African and Indigenous delegations to Venezuela, and why the Bolivarian Revolution is leading at the forefront of the global anti-imperialist movement.

Onyesonwu is an organizer with the All African People's Revolutionary Party and the All African Women's Revolutionary...