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Jan 21, 2019

Native Opinion Episode 157
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EPISODE SUMMARY:

In this Episode of Native Opinion…

Liberals can be racists too. We deconstruct a political cartoon aimed at Trump that has resurfaced in Liberal social media circles that is offencive to Native people.

In Native News:

Arizona State University debuts a great Indigenous education online degree…

California Attorney General leads coalition defending the Indian Child Welfare Act…

St. Regis Mohawk Tribe appeals loss in a patent case to Supreme Court…

And more…

Plus Listener feedback


The Native Opinion theme song “Honor The People” is by Casper Loma Da Wa.

FIND THE SONG AND MORE OF HIS MUSIC HERE:
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ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:

The campaign id produced by the Global Indigenous Council.

New billboards in Rapid City call attention to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.

The Political cartoonmanship of Tom Curry.

The “Hidden Heritage” series, by Paul Laroche of Native Rock band Brulé.

A guy with a MAGA hat mocking an elder Native American protestor.

Statement on the actions of Covington Catholic High School students19 Jan.

The TRUTH about scalping in America.

CHEYENNE RIVER SIOUX CHAIRMAN: “WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO COME TO YOUR SENSES REGARDING THIS PRESIDENT?”.

First Native American woman elected to Washington State House wears traditional regalia at swearing-in.

Arizona State University debuts Indigenous education online degree.

California Attorney General leads coalition defending the Indian Child Welfare Act.

Lawmakers file bipartisan, bicameral Indian Child Welfare Act amicus brief .


MUSIC BREAK:

Artist: R.J. Phillips Band

Track: Ballad of Maxton

Bio:

The Ballad of Maxton commemorates the Battle of Hayes Pond between the Lumbee Indians and the Ku Klux Klan near Maxton, North Carolina and is written by Joe DeFilippo and performed by the R.J. Phillips Band, a group of Baltimore musicians. Joe DeFilippo: vocals, bass, acoustic guitar; Bill Phelan: electric guitar; Patrick McAvinue: fiddle; Leslie Darr: vocals; Bill Pratt: drums, keyboards, vocals.

Produced & recorded by Bill Pratt @ the Bratt Studio, Baltimore, MD Ending Singer music: members of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina–2016

You can find the bands album “Freedom Ride” out at cd baby.


Kutupitush! (Thank You!) for listening!