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The Red Nation Podcast

Nov 28, 2022

Petuuche Gilbert is elder from the Acoma Pueblo who helped found the Laguna and Acoma Coalition for a Safe Environment (LACSE) which is one of five core groups in the MultiCultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE). MASE is a consortium of indigenous and environmental justice communities that have been adversely...

Nov 24, 2022

*Episode originally posted November 2020*

Kisha James and Mahtowin Munro from United American Indians of New England talk about the importance of the National Day of Mourning and destroying 400 years of the Pilgrim mythology. 

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Nov 23, 2022

*Episode originally posted November 2019*

LaNada War Jack, a Shoshone Bannock elder and activist, explains her role in the 1969 Alcatraz occupation, a watershed moment in the Red Power movement. 


Nov 21, 2022

The Leonard Peltier Walk to Justice kicked off in Minneapolis, Minnesota on September 1st, 2022. Ten weeks and 1103 miles later it reached Washington, D.C. where a rally was held demanding the freedom of Leonard Peltier, unjustly imprisoned for over 47 years.
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Nov 16, 2022

Leonard Peltier is the longest-serving Indigenous political prisoner in the United States. Even the federal prosecutors can't prove Peltier committed the crime of which he's accused. Kevin Sharp, (@KevinHSharp) a former federal judge appointed by President Obama and Peltier's attorney, lays out the case for clemency and...