17 episodes

The Skoden Podcast is an independent media platform run for and by Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island. The podcast looks at contemporary Indigenous topics and concepts that are relevant in many Indigenous peoples' lives. Every episode, our host Ashley Courchene shares his ideas through a series of theoretical and practical decolonial frameworks. The Skoden Podcast is also known for its unique and sometimes dark NDN humor which is appreciated by many.

Skoden is Native slang for 'let's go then', especially when you wanna start a fight. The guests we bring on know how to fight. In a world where we work to reclaim what was stolen by settler-colonialism, we learn how to. This is why we are the Skoden Podcast.
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The Skoden Podcast The Skoden Podcast

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    • 4.9, 21 Ratings

The Skoden Podcast is an independent media platform run for and by Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island. The podcast looks at contemporary Indigenous topics and concepts that are relevant in many Indigenous peoples' lives. Every episode, our host Ashley Courchene shares his ideas through a series of theoretical and practical decolonial frameworks. The Skoden Podcast is also known for its unique and sometimes dark NDN humor which is appreciated by many.

Skoden is Native slang for 'let's go then', especially when you wanna start a fight. The guests we bring on know how to fight. In a world where we work to reclaim what was stolen by settler-colonialism, we learn how to. This is why we are the Skoden Podcast.
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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

StandingSunrise ,

s t o o d i s

This is not only very skoden, it's also especailly stoodis. Some might even say "fine den" when I tell them to listen to it.

givenmydruthers ,

Super helpful

Smart, candid & interesting. As a white settler, I really appreciated the white fragility episode, including the forthright talk about "culture vultures". Really worth listening to.

Kirk K. ,

Skoden

solid podcast for anyone that wants to keep themselves up-to-date on current events as they relate to Indigenous peoples and their tenuous relationship with settler colonial Canada
- a Settler

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