May 30, 2022
*Episode originally posted November 2018*
In this episode, Giovanni Batz (@gio_batz) — an Indigenous researcher, the son of Guatemalan working class parents, and the paternal grandson of K’iche’ Maya — talks about the history and struggle for Indigenous autonomy in the Ixil Region of Gutemala. His research...
May 23, 2022
Uahikea Maile (@uahikea) on the recently-inaugurated Indigenous Politics Collaboratory at the University of Toronto.
Guest hosted by Sina Rahmani (@urorientalist)
May 15, 2022
Empire is a misinformation war. In commemoration of the Nakba,
we talk with Palestinian journalist and founder of MintPress News
Mnar Adley (@MnarMuh),
about censorship and Israel’s assassination of Palestinian
journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Video edition available here
May 9, 2022
In 1973, Navajo activist Larry Casuse took hostage at gunpoint the mayor of Gallup, protesting the city’s liquor industry’s deathly toll on Native people.
We discuss the new book “An Enemy Such as This” detailing this history with author David Correia and Casuse’s sister Ursula, which is out now from
May 2, 2022
The second part of Nick Estes' (@nickwestes) in-depth conversation with New Amauta (@AmautaNew) of Vine Deloria Jr.'s God is Red (1973).