My radical activist mother Kahentinetha Horn tells me stories of her very long adventurous life, always with the sense of humour that carried herthrough.
EP . 13 CWMM - Ma and Her Brief Encounter with the Friendship Centre Murderer + Ma Finds Herself at Robert Kennedy’s Funeral
In our final episode of season one Ma tells us about the time she encountered the friendship centre murderer! Then we hear the first story she ever told, where recording all this began. She tells me how she ended up at Robert Kennedys funeral! I...
BONUS EPISODE - #KahnawakeStandsWithWetsuweten
#KahnawakeStandsWithWetsuweten a short podcast highlighting the voices of Kahnawake and the people standing in solidarity with our brothers and sisters out west. www.unistoten.campMusic by Kristi Lane Sinclair
EP. 12 CWMM - Ma Goes To Europe and Gets Stuck There For A Year
Ma has quite the European adventure in 1957.
EP. 11 CWMM - Ma And That A*****e At Indian Affairs
Ma gives a bit of insight as to what it was like as an Indigenous person on the grind of 9-5 at Indian Affairs Canada. The ending is so satisfying I promise!
EP. 10 CWMM - Ma Goes To Cuba In 1959 'Just To See.'
Ma tells us about the time she went to Cuba in 1959 to check out what the fuss was all about.
EP. 9 CWMM - Ma's Life Is Saved By Her Full Length Faux Fur Coat - The Police Brutality Episode.
Ma tells me about the time the Surete Du Quebec (provincial police) beat the shit out of her when she went to get some groceries for us, alone. It was high tension climate, post-blockade Quebec and I vividly remember going to bail her out wearing my faux silk pajamas and Warrior Flag bomber.
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Love you and you mum
Just want to say love just hearing you two talk about anything, Ay-ay!
What a life, inspiring funny emotional, I binged in one afternoon. I had to laugh out loud when you said she was the native Forrest Gump, I was thinking that through many of the episodes haha. Chi Miigwetch!
Not a False Move in Sight!
I adore this podcast. I started listening because I’m a fan of Tiio Horn’s acting work. What I totally saw coming was the charm, but what I couldn’t have seen coming was the incredible stories and emotional effect. I know she is a busy woman, but man: do I wish this was a weekly pod. It’s so well done, it’s so necessary, so urgent. I recommend it to everyone.
Incidentally, I have some Birch Bark Coffee headed to me in the US! As requested, to support the show, support the sponsors.