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A reckoning 400 years in the making.

Where the Red Cedar Grows Anya Steinberg

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A reckoning 400 years in the making.

    06: What's Left Unanswered

    06: What's Left Unanswered

    Should we give the land back? The final episode of the series dives into that question. Both Ojibwe and non-Ojibwe grapple with what it would mean to return the land to the people who have called it home for over a thousand years.

    This podcast series was written, edited, fact-checked, and produced by Anya Steinberg. Music by Val Dorr, St. Anthony Mann, and Dan Archibald.

    • 42 min
    05: It's What They Did the Day Before

    05: It's What They Did the Day Before

    Before colonization, the relationships people had to land were completely different. When European colonizers arrived, they completely overhauled the way that people were allowed to think about the land. We’re going to dig deeper into this culture clash and see how it played out today. Like, who owns the land? Who should own the land? And what does land ownership mean to Ojibwe and non-Ojibwe?

    This podcast series was written, edited, fact-checked, and produced by Anya Steinberg. Music by Val Dorr, St. Anthony Mann, and Dan Archibald.

    • 53 min
    04: Not Just Pretty Water and Pretty Trees

    04: Not Just Pretty Water and Pretty Trees

    Campers at UniStar love Star Island--it's tattooed on people's bodies and burned into their memories. To them, it's a home away from home. But for Ojibwe, this place is also home and has been for over one thousand years. We dive in to the kinds of connections people have to this little part of northern Minnesota, and why this area is so special to both Ojibwe and non-Ojibwe.



    This podcast series was written, edited, fact-checked, and produced by Anya Steinberg. Music by Val Dorr, St. Anthony Mann, and Dan Archibald.

    • 39 min
    03: Hippie Paradise

    03: Hippie Paradise

    Camp UniStar, on the tip of Star Island in Cass Lake, sits on an area that used to be an Ojibwe village hundreds of years ago. Today we'll explore how the land transformed from village to family camp, and how that family camp bloomed into a quirky, close-knit community of Midwestern hippies. 



    This podcast series was written, edited, fact-checked, and produced by Anya Steinberg. Music by Val Dorr, St. Anthony Mann, and Dan Archibald.

    • 37 min
    02: Welcome to Cass Lake, Where Eagles Soar

    02: Welcome to Cass Lake, Where Eagles Soar

    So, how did white people end up living in Cass Lake? And how come Ojibwe-owned land on the Leech Lake Reservation looks like a checkerboard? Today we'll look at the history of Cass Lake--damming, land grabs, and dirty deals--and explore how it came to be what it is today.



    This podcast series was written, edited, fact-checked, and produced by Anya Steinberg. Music by Val Dorr, St. Anthony Mann, and Dan Archibald.

    • 51 min
    01: Up North

    01: Up North

    Welcome to Where the Red Cedar Grows: A Reckoning 400 Years in the Making.



    This podcast series was written, edited, fact-checked, and produced by Anya Steinberg. Music by Val Dorr, St. Anthony Mann, and Dan Archibald.

    • 9 min

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