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Hey everyone! This week I'm joined by a cohost Ian from Native Film Talk and we get into some cool topics with my newest guest Sterlin Harjo! Sterlin is an incredible film maker and comedian from Oklahoma and he has a lot to say. I had so much fun on...
Congresswoman Debra Haaland- Native Heritage Month Finale
Hey! It's Native Heritage month and like any other people out there I scouted for the best guest possible to make it special. Today this special episode features Congresswoman Debra Haaland. She is from New Mexico and is an enrolled member of the Pueblo...
Ian Claw Allison-Native Film Talk
Hey everyone! On this episode I speak with Ian Claw Allison, the host of a podcast called Native Film Talk. In the episode we talk about movies, blood quantum, growing up in a vacuum, the motivations behind our shows and so much more. This is a very...
High Rez Wood Co.
This week I spoke with Stephan Cheney who is an artist that works with wood. He is the owner of High Rez Wood Co which is based in California. Through this company he makes, sells and gives things made with healthy environmental and cultural...
On this episode come listen to my brain clog as I get more and more involved with the conversation with my guest Ronnie James. Ronnie is a man from Iowa that is involved with the Great Plains Action Society, Des Moines Mutual Aid and BLM movements in a...
Indigishow Follow Up
Today I had three incredible guests on the show! They all came on with incredible things to say and share. I had event head and organizer Kayla Shaggy, artist/presenter Elijah Forbes and artist/presenter Mercedes Acosta. We talk about funding indigenous...
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This podcast is authentic and feels like I’m in sitting in the room with them listening to the conversations that unfold.
I appreciate the uncensored format a lot because I think for non-Natives like myself, your podcast format brings a diverse set of world views and knowledge among Natives- and this helps break this barrier/understanding that Natives are a monolithic “culture” or group. Especially throughout history and with current systems in place that continue to put all Natives in a specific box or frame- platforms like this help break these stereotypes and barriers. And I love that they’re talking with other people doing the same thing!!