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Jul 3, 2018

Native Opinon Episode 131
They are still indigenous people

**WARNING…some clips in this episode has very adult Language. May not be suitable for work, young children, or religiously sensetive ears… **

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EPISODE SUMMARY:

In this episode, we deconstruct claims made by the “Walking Cheeto” (Donald Trump) stating that undocumented illegal immigrants have killed 63,000 American citizens since the attacks of September 11th in 2001.

Plus our Native News Segment.


ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

Tribes eligible for victim services funding for the first time

Tribal leaders step up to hold corporations accountable for climate change

So we’re gonna pretend these refugees aren’t a result of our actions in Central America?

Have Undocumented Immigrants Killed 63,000 American Citizens Since 11 September 2001?


MUSIC PRESENTED IN THIS EPISODE:


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Bio:

Rock power Trio the Boarding School Dropouts are decisive mavens of the Albuquerque, New Mexico music scene. Having played sovereignty under a manifold of different guises (Such as Atomic Love Medicine, Agency E, Voodoo Sound Theory, and Gary Farmer & The Troublemakers), this kindred band of divergent musicians have now come together on a circuit of an Indian dream to offer a new auditory dynasty of NDN 49. This unpretentious, yet musically deft tribe of all NDN, no; make-up, high heel jump-suits, leather tights or smoke shop cigarettes; delivers with their unparalleled sonic pedigree of pan-Indian Rock N’ Roll. Political yet unifying, sonic yet dynamic, these dropouts are without reservation, dissonant yet melodious. Whether looking to cut a rug or looking for a sugar, be sure to make this pow-wow tonight!

Kutupitush! (Thank You!) for listening!