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Aug 20, 2018

Native Opinion Episode 138
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EPISODE SUMMARY:

In this episode of Native Opinion:

In this weeks episode of our show, a listener challenges our narrative about a Gun manufacturer…Remmington. In our native news segment, The White House Takes Aim At Financial Protections For Military. Also, the Native American Agriculture Fund, A new $266 million philanthropy via the law suite settlement of George and Marilyn Keepseagle. We also look atThe false narratives, invisibility, and the erasure of Native peoples by an article written by Crystal Echo Hawk. Music this week is by Indian City.



ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

White House Takes Aim At Financial Protections For Military

**Native American Agriculture Fund: A new $266 million philanthropy via Keepseagle **

The false narratives, invisibility, and the erasure of Native peoples must end.

LeBron James to produce documentary series ‘Shut Up and Dribble’ for Showtime

Record Number Of Native Americans Running For Office In Midterms

Tuesday, August 14, 2018 – Voting rights in San Juan County, Utah


MUSIC PRESENTED IN THIS EPISODE:

Artist: Indian City
Track: Here And Now
**Presented by Manitoba Music **

Aboriginal Music Website

Bio:

**Indian City was founded by Vince Fontaine in 2012 and features a talented lineup of award-winning artists and rising stars. The group’s unique fusion of lyrics, music, and personalities captures the sound as a vibrant Indigenous culture.

Based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba in the heart of Turtle Island, Indian City brings to life music that stretches across a colorful landscape by fusing Indigenous imagery with pop and alternative rock, drawing inspiration from the rich heritage of Indigenous spirit.

The music group is a music community and collaboration that can range in size from 5 to 10 people on stage and consists of bandleader Vince Fontaine, lead singers Pamela Davis, Don Amero, Jay Bodner, and Jeremy Koz, vocalist/keyboards Neewa Mason, Atik Mason on bass, and Rich Reid on drums. Guest musicians include traditional pow wow singer Ray Coco Stevenson and trumpet players Chuck Copenance and Phil Collins.

Indian City has three album releases to date Supernation (2012), Colors (2014), and the title track you just heard Here and Now, from (2017). AMP Sessions is a series of live performance videos presented by Manitoba Music featuring new music from First Nation, Métis, and Inuit recording artists from Manitoba, filmed at Winnipeg’s Bedside Studios.**

Kutupitush! (Thank You!) for listening!