The Red Nation Podcast features discussions on Indigenous history, politics, and culture from a left perspective. Hosted by Nick Estes with help from our friend and comrade Sina.
Support the show: Patreon.com/therednation
Follow Nick on Twitter @nick_w_estes and the Red Nation @The_Red_Nation.
Theme song: "Dead Horse" by Weedrat https://weedrat.bandcamp.com/
(Unlocked) I want to be YOTED w/ Lou Cornum (pt.1)
Unlocked from behind the paywall!
Lou Cornum talks about government coverups from an Indigenous perspective, covering New Mexico as a site for conspiracy theories as well as the popular TV show, the X-Files.
As part of our YOTED special series, we talk about conspiracy theories that have infected the settler mind. Part two of this conversation is only available to Patreon subscribers.
[REPOST] Alcatraz is not an island w/ LaNada War Jack (2019)
[REPOSTING FROM 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. 20 marks the 50th anniversary.
National Day of Mourning: 400 years of genocide and resistance w/ Kisha & Mahtowin
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.
More info: http://www.uaine.org
Watch the livestream: https://youtu.be/qB7Vbz0WJXc
Sounds from Sovereignty Camp
The Red Nation is proud to stand with the Warriors of the Sunrise in occupying their aboriginal territory Canoe Place, desecrated by the construction of Sunrise Highway.
The central demand is that New York state drop it's frivolous and racist lawsuit that a judge already dismissed.
This episode features songs and stories live from the camp (please excuse audio quality)
#NativeReads ep. 10: Memory Songs w/ Lydia Whirlwind Soldier
Lakota author Lydia Whirlwind Soldier talks about her collection of Memory Songs
More info: https://www.oaklakewriterssociety.com/nativereads-podcast-series
North Carolina Keeps Breaking My Heart w/ Nick Martin
Sappony journalist Nick Martin talks about Trumpism, the elections, the politics of writing, and what it means to be Native in the South.
Artwork: “The People of North Carolina” by a Haliwa-Saponi artist Karen Lynch Harley
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A highly informative show about Native American resistance and life. How capitalism was built on colonialism, and how it never really ended. A challenge to US myth making. And an example of Indigenous solidarity. I wish there was a similar show on Australian Aborigines.