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Sep 10, 2018

Native Opinion Episode 141

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In this episode of Native Opinion:

In this weeks episode of our show, We provide an update on the discovery of a Native American site in Norwalk Connecticut. Also, the use of archaeology and what is a “Cultural Resource Management” company and what do they do? Plus our Native News Segment.

Articles discussed in this episode:

Tribes Create Their Own Food Laws to Stop USDA From Killing Native Food Economies

Why is an energy company asking for permission to destroy a masterpiece?

Archaeologists Tout Significance Of 1600s Era Norwalk Fort Remains

Kristen Barnett’s survey on Indigenous sovereignty and archaeology

Why Kyrie Irving’s Connection to the Standing Rock Sioux Matters

The madness is pouring out of the White House now, for all to see

Republican Questions Native American Opponent’s Ethnicity In Bizarre Fox Interview

Music in this episode:

Artist: The Groovalottos Visit Groovalottos Website

About the band:

The GroovaLottos are a multi- Grammy nominated powerhouse soul-funk-blues band, said to play with their souls instead of their hands. A high energy band on a mission to unlock the spirit and the soul; and growing up mentored by and playing for a who’s who of classic soul, funk and blues legends, these journeymen are keepers of a musical tradition and legacy, rich with storytelling and infectious grooves. Incredible music and wild senses of humor make them one of the most entertaining bands around.

Kutupitush! (Thank You!) for listening!