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Sep 28, 2019

Native Opinion Episode 190
AND THE CHILDREN SHALL LEAD THE WAY.

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Episode Summary

Climate change is real folks. And what we leave to our children is very important. In this episode of Native Opinion… we look at what indigenous youth, and other young people are doing in advocacy towards climate change, and how adults are reacting to their efforts. ________________________________________________________

The Native Opinion theme song “Honor The People” is by Casper Loma Da Wa.

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ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

Greta Thunberg isn’t the only trailblazing young climate leader. Activists from the Amazon to Nigeria share their ideas for battling the climate crisis..

Helena Gualinga, 17 from the documentary "Keep It In The Ground

Daniel Gbujie, 30 at the Time Climate Conference

Kodi Lee, Blind and Autistic singer on AGT

Sanders visits Comanche Nation, vows to fight for Native American communities.

Watch Bernies full speech here. ________________________________________________________

LISTENER LINKS JOPWELL: The leading career advancement platform for Black, Latinx, and Native American students and professionals.

Our sincerest THANK YOU to listener MAYA for this tip! ________________________________________________________

RACISM IN AMERICA

After a Summer of Racial Violence Across the U.S., a Century of Neglect.

White Woman Becoming Completely Unhinged Over Her Hatred of ‘N—ers’, Even a White Man Warns Her to Chill.


FEATURED RECORDING ARTIST:

ARTIST: Akawui TRACK1: Cruz Andina TRACK2: ESHAIA WATCH VIDEOS HERE

Akawui Website.


EPISODE ARTWORK CREDIT

Photo by Samuel Corum


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