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The Red Nation Podcast

Mar 30, 2020

St. Louis, MO once rose as the morning star of US imperialism. It has also been a laboratory of racial capitalism, from Indigenous genocide and the fur trade to the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson. We talk with historian Walter Johnson (@abufelix12) and activist-artist Tef Poe (@TefPoe). Part 2 comes out...

Mar 25, 2020

Jean Ross is the President of National Nurses United (@NationalNurses), the largest nurses union in the United States and the profession on the frontlines battling the COVID-19 pandemic.


Mar 24, 2020

Dean Seneca is an epidemiologist from the Seneca Nation. He shares his expertise on how Indian Country is facing the current pandemic.

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Mar 23, 2020

Under US sanctions, Venezuela responds to Coronavirus through increased internationalism. Carlos Ron (@CarlosJRonVE), the Vice-Minister for Foreign Relations with North America, joins us.


Mar 16, 2020

Reconciliation is dead. But how and why did it start in Canada? Kahnawake Mohawk scholar Audra Simpson argues reconciliation between settlers and Indigenous was meant only to heal the settler and to forever suspend the question of Indigenous revolution.

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