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Aug 4, 2018

Native Opinion Episode 136
IS INSANITY THE NEW NORMAL?

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EPISODE SUMMARY:

In this episode of Native Opinion:

We discuss further the “Stand Your Ground” law in Florida and across the country. Is it abused? Is it legal murder? We discuss how it is applied towards people of color in this country.

And…

In our native news segment, 1.) A dozen heroes inducted into first Native American Hall of Fame, 2.) A Bill seeks to expand tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians for Violence Against Women Act.

And Finally…

In our main content discussions, 1.) Two Canadian women arrested for ‘shoot an Indian day’ social media posts, 2.) A Cop admits framing 2 black men as Florida town’s false arrest scandal widens, 3.) A Local utility company says it accidentally sent N-word as a password to black woman



ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

A dozen heroes inducted into first Native American Hall of Fame

‘Native women can’t wait’: Bill expands tribal jurisdiction over non-Indians

Two Canadian women arrested for ‘shoot an Indian day’ social media posts

Cop admits framing 2 black men as Florida town’s false arrest scandal widens

Local utility company says it accidentally sent N-word as password to black woman


MUSIC PRESENTED IN THIS EPISODE:

Artist: Clan-Destine
Track: One More War

Clan-destine Website

Bio:

Clan-Destine has defined the sound of Native American popular music for over a decade, mixing vocal chants, flutes, a tribal drum, and the ideals of their Native American heritage with modern genres such as rock, pop, blues, and reggae. Their image, message, and genre-defying sound, together with an inherited desire to live in harmony with their world merge, creating an energy that is attractive to all humans. This sound has earned Clan-Destine a Native American Music Award (NAMMY) in the Best Pop/Rock category for “Deeply Rooted”; the group’s second self-produced album. The group has 6 full-length recordings. The first produced and released with Canyon Records; the second and third produced independently with their own label, Rezdawgs Inc. Clandestine has just released with Silvermoon productions LLC.

Kutupitush! (Thank You!) for listening!