Jan 28, 2019
Native Opinion Episode 158
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In this Episode of Native Opinion…
We welcome Amy Westervelt, an award-winning journalist and the founder of the Critical Frequency podcast network; Critical Frequency is one of the few all woman-owned and operated podcast networks.
She hosts and produces “Drilled” a podcast which investigates the crime of the century… the creation of climate denial. Researched for more than a year and tracking down documents as well as former oil company employees and scientists, “Drilled” seeks to uncover how the industry’s influence campaigns work.
Also in this episode, our perspectives on the altercation between the boys of Covington Catholic High School and Native American Elder & Activist, Nathan Phillips.
Plus our Native News segment & Plus Listener feedback
Native Opinon theme song “Honor The People” is by Casper Loma Da Wa.
FIND THE SONG AND MORE OF HIS MUSIC HERE:
GUEST AMY WESTERVELT.
ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE.
TRACK: Goodnight Sun.
Nahko, an Oregon-native born a mix of Puerto Rican, Native American, and Filipino bloodlines who considers himself a citizen in service to the planet. Disillusioned by the world around him and inspired by a vagabond, Americana musicians and storytellers like Conor Oberst and Bob Dylan, Nahko left home as a teenager in search of adventure and self discovery. Armed with stories, a guitar, and a fierce set of ideals, he set out to bridge the cultural gaps dividing his own psyche. He began producing a public, musical journal of his journey toward personal, spiritual, and social healing, and thus Medicine for the People was born. Recently, Nahko discussed his successes, his philosophies, his music, and his life with Huffington Post, who called Nahko’s music “beautiful and stirring.” Nahko describes his music as a mix of hip-hop and folk rock with a world message.
please visit Nahko website Here . ________________________________________________________
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