10 episodes

Welcome to Indigenous Action where we dig deep into critical issues impacting our communities throughout Occupied America/Turtle Island. This is an autonomous anti-colonial broadcast with unapologetic and claws-out analysis towards total liberation. So take your seat by this fire and may the bridges we burn together, light our way.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 75 Ratings

Welcome to Indigenous Action where we dig deep into critical issues impacting our communities throughout Occupied America/Turtle Island. This is an autonomous anti-colonial broadcast with unapologetic and claws-out analysis towards total liberation. So take your seat by this fire and may the bridges we burn together, light our way.

    Ep. 11: Against the Academy: Voices Countering the Academic Industrial Complex

    Ep. 11: Against the Academy: Voices Countering the Academic Industrial Complex

    In this show we hear from host Edxi Betts and our guests about their experiences within the Academic Industrial Complex and discuss the ways...

    Ep. 10: From the Ashes: Boarding/Residential Schools, Historical Trauma & Radical Reconnection

    Ep. 10: From the Ashes: Boarding/Residential Schools, Historical Trauma & Radical Reconnection

    With thousands of remains of Indigenous children recently uncovered in mass graves at residential schools in “Canada,” collective Indigenous rage...

    Ep. 9: Against Colonial Logics: Rethinking Resistance to Resource Extraction

    Ep. 9: Against Colonial Logics: Rethinking Resistance to Resource Extraction

    Many Indigenous frontline resistance struggles are wrought with strategies and tactics that reinforce colonial logics. From resource extraction resistances, “honoring”...

    Ep. 8: Our Struggles Aren’t Commodities: Smashing Trading Post Activism

    Ep. 8: Our Struggles Aren’t Commodities: Smashing Trading Post Activism

    From clothing brands capitalizing on movement imagery and slogans to beer labels “benefiting” #MMIWGT2S, when facing cultural appropriation and exploitation of Indigenous identity and struggle, how do we also hold Indigenous artists and non-profits accountable for exploiting our own struggles?

    Ep. 7: Indigenous Mutual Aid: One Year of Pandemic Response & Organizing

    Ep. 7: Indigenous Mutual Aid: One Year of Pandemic Response & Organizing

    Indigenous Mutual Aid frontline organizers share their experiences and thoughts from a year of being on the ground in their communities responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Ep. 6: Unsettling Settler Politics: Biden, Halaand & Accomplices Not Grammys

    Ep. 6: Unsettling Settler Politics: Biden, Halaand & Accomplices Not Grammys

    After taking a bit of a break, were back! In this show our hosts Bonn & Klee give some updates,...

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
75 Ratings

75 Ratings

Megan Salyers ,

Love it.

I am a queer white woman and I try my hardest to learn about cultures and support in anyway I can even if it’s just sharing information. This podcast is a great way to listen learn and help myself understand and be a supporter.

End User and Reviewer ,

An independent and honest voice

Too often, I find non-native political figures attempting to speak on behalf of native communities, and this podcast is a breath of fresh air - if a sad one.

I’m very far removed from their struggle geographically and culturally. However, in almost every episode, I get a little choked up hearing about the ongoing genocide against native peoples on Turtle Island (dubbed “America” by colonizers). I wish there was more I could do living outside the US, but at the minimum, I make a point to mention this podcast as an important contribution to human culture. I wish you all the best in your ongoing struggles for basic rights, and I look forward to sharing future episodes so that the world knows what the colonial governments in Washington and Ottawa are doing.

Megan pee ,

They are doing great work here

Thank you so much for doing this podcast. I’m a queer native woman(Pomo) and I’ve learned a lot from listening. There are a lot of points that are made that I have always felt, but didn’t necessarily have to vocabulary to express to the colonizers and microagressors that I have to deal with every day. I absolutely devour this pod and have listened to each episode twice. Thank you for making my heart swell with each listen ❤️

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