In this episode, Janice T. will be discussing what the focus of the podcast will be and the importance of kinship. There are many ways to work towards decolonization, and this is ours.
We discuss where the ideas come from and how the amazing All My Relations podcast inspired us to work to add more voices to the ever-growing community that is fighting to be heard.
We encourage you to continue to join us on this new journey and be sure to keep listening!
So here we are...Episode 3!!! But you must be wondering a little bit about us...like, who are these people? Why is erasing imaginary lines we create as humans so important to them? And what else do they do besides making informative podcasts?
So, we decided to make this episode a little more personal. We talk about who we are as indigenous people and what drives us. And because two of our deepest passions are literature and music, we extended the episode a bit further out so we could give...
In this episode, we explore why it is that when oppressed people reassert themselves, they start by trying to remember things like traditional stories, song, dance, and other forms of what are considered "art" and why that is so important.
Information regarding the rapper Husky's arrest can be found HERE.
Our inaugural episode features the idea behind the podcast and a different perspective on Winter Solstice. Also features a live recorded performance of seasonal song T'was in the Moon of Wintertime.
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