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Nov 26, 2018

Native Opinion Episode 150
HE IS NOT YOUR ALLY.

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EPISODE SUMMARY:

In this episode of Native Opinion:

Congress track record in passing bills that positively affect Indian Country is historically very low. Out of 117 bills introduced by the 115th Congress, we look at three that are being considered by the Senate on Indian Affairs that deal with Jurisdictional powers, defining land boundaries, and an amendment to the Stigler Act of 1947.

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

FIND THE SONG AND MORE OF HIS MUSIC HERE:
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ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:
Indian Country legislative agenda falls behind in the Trump era

House Passes Amendments to Stigler Act, Removes Blood Quantum Requirements

Who Owns Oklahoma?

When fighting domestic terrorism, you get what you pay for

We’ve Reached the End of White Christian America

How much does a float in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade cost?

Indian Census Rolls, 1885–1940

 

MUSIC IN THIS EPISODE

ARTIST: The Jerry Cans

TRACK: Ukiuq

Bio:

The Jerry Cans create music inspired by their hometown of Iqaluit, Nunavut, and life in the Canadian Arctic. With a unique mix of traditional Inuit throat singing and roots-rock sung in the Indigenous language of Inuktitut, (in noot tit tuk)

The Jerry Cans are a distinctly Northern sound. The band is passionate about helping to preserve the Inuktitut (in noot tit tuk) language and are committed to challenging common misconceptions about life in the North.

Their high energy performances have thrilled audiences in countries all across the globe including Australia, Scotland, Greenland, Cuba, and Norway.

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