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Oct 16, 2018

Native Opinion Episode 144
ARE WE NOT DESERVING OF COMPASSION AND HUMANITY?

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EPISODE SUMMARY:

In this episode of Native Opinion:

We welcome Pueblo of Santa Clara Governor, Michael Chavarria, who was part of a delegation of Pueblo Tribal Leaders who travelled to Washington, D.C. to urge the Trump administration and Congress to protect the Greater Chaco Landscape in Northern New Mexico.

Resources from our Guest:

All Pueblo Council Of Governors

TRIBAL LEADERS TRAVEL TO D.C. PROTECT CHACO CANYON

Protect Greater Chaco


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

FIND THE SONG AND MORE MUSIC HERE:


ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

**Social media erupts - RCMP say dead Native woman found in ditch ‘not suspicious’ **

Shinnecock Tribe challenges developers after skeletal remains are found

Judge restores drilling leases on sacred Blackfeet Nation land

1934: President Franklin Roosevelt signs the Indian Reorganization Act


MUSIC BREAK
Recording Artist: Annie Humphrey
Track: “Edge Of America”
Album: Edge Of America

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BIO:
Growing up on the Leech Lake Indian Reservation in Northern Minnesota, Annie lived in a home filled with voices made of thunder and nothing could stop it. Her parents were brilliant people individually. Her father, a singer and musician and her mother an artist and poet. Together they made sadness. Each of her parents taught Annie the beautiful things they knew. They showed her that she carried their gifts in her hands too. This is how creating art and music came about for her. This is what saved her. This is how she lives now. Things my dad taught me: skin a deer, set net, clean fish, make maple syrup, harvest wild rice, play basketball, ride motorcycle, go without if you can’t afford it, play guitar Things my mom taught me: draw, paint, sew, write, laugh, wonder, forgive Annie has 4 children and 2 grandsons. She has a handsome, Indian, horseman husband. They inspire her spirit and her art.


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