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Oct 21, 2019

Native Opinion Episode 193
Can You Handle The Truth
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Episode Summary

This is a heavy episode of our show. Discussions include Blood quantum and its use in Tribal Enrollment, American’s false love affair with Presidnet Abraham Lincoln and Christopher Columbus, and Canada’s Prime Minister puts political ambition over the assitance of 50,000 first nation children. _________________________________________________

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

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MUSIC FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE

ARTIST: DDAT TRACK(S) “THE MOVE” & “ROAD RUNNER” ARTIST BIO:

Meet DDAT!!

DDAT consists of four talented musicians - Chris Bidtah (vocals), Delbert Anderson (trumpet), Nicholas Lucero (drums) and Mike McCluhan (bass). All touring artists both nationally and internationally - one impromptu group performance at a festival sparked the fire that has burned across the country and is now known as DDAT.

Named by NPR as one of the top 10 bands in the US - DDAT combines hip hop, jazz, funk and soul to their original southwestern feel and genre. Performances by DDAT are known to be full of energy and excitement.

Audiences never know what to expect…. dancing, improvisation, audience participation, live painting - the sky’s the limit at a DDAT show! DDAT creates a unique exciting tie with audiences of all ages who appreciate live performing arts.

Music from the quartet has been heard all over the world with features on National Public Radio (NPR), Sirius XM, Indian Country Today, SAY Magazine, Weekly Alibi and many more. DDAT tours include several West Coast Tours, Canada’s Music is Medicine Tour, Aboriginal Music Week Tour in Canada, and Van’s Warped Tour - USA. ___________________________________________

ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

Book: For Indigenous Eyes Only, A Decolonization Handbook.

Native Americans and the Origin of Abraham Lincoln’s Views on Race.

5 Things You May Not Know About Lincoln, Slavery, and Emancipation.

Slavery abolished in America.

Trudeau appeal could block billions in compensation to Indigenous children.

White evangelicals love Trump and aren’t confused about why No one should be.

Christopher Columbus is No Hero. Find out why here.

How one of America’s smallest Indian tribes bounced back from the brink of dying out. ____________________________________________

Kutupitush! (Thank You!) for listening!