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May 27, 2019

Native Opinion Episode 173
WILL OUR HANDS BE TIED WITH HEMP LAWS?

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EPISODE SUMMARY:

In this episode, we feature A discussion on inherent Indigenous Soverignty, and how will tribes take advantage of industrial Hemp, now that the federal government has removed a barrier in the 2018 farm Bill allowing states to grow the plant, and produce products from it. Will tribes be able to benefit from it? ________________________________________________________

The Native Opinon 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

Our inherent sovereignty’: Yurok Tribe legalizing hemp on reservation.

Levi’s found a way to make hemp feel like cotton, and it could have big implications for your wardrobe.

An eagle feather? When representation of a Native Nation gets in the way of graduation.

Cronkite News: Industrial hemp farming now legal in almost every state.

Deb Haaland announces U.S. House version of Savanna’s Act and addresses efforts for MMIW.

Ecological Footprint and Water Analysis of Cotton, Hemp, and Polyester.

WINONA’S HEMP MILL FUTURE WE CAN INVEST IN.

Running From Cops Podcast.


Music in this Episode:

Artist: Calina Lawrence

Track: “Gaia”

BIO: A citizen of the Suquamish Nation, Calina Lawrence was born and raised within her ancestral Coast Salish culture in the Pacific Northwest area of Washington State. Her vocal journey began at a young age when she was first introduced to her cultural music. While lending her voice to the preservation of Suquamish traditions, she also grew to love singing many contemporary genres.

Lawrence was raised to understand the importance of spreading awareness about the social injustices that have impacted the quality of lives on tribal reservations and within urban Native communities. Her involvement in music has led her in activism in the cities of Seattle, San Francisco, and Oakland.

Lawrence recently graduated with Honors from the University of San Francisco, attaining her BA in Performing Arts & Social Justice; with a Music concentration. Since graduation, this indigenous vocalist has released her debut single entitled “Alcatraz” a folk song (January ‘17) followed by the release of “Generations” (July ’17) a hip-hop track featuring 14 y/o Deya. To end 2017, she released “Don’t Count Me Out” (December ’17) featuring indigenous vocalist/emcee Desirae Harp. “Songbird” was the first single released from Lawrence’s debut album EPICENTER which was released in August 2018. Lawrence continues traveling the across nations pursuing her career as a musician in the genres of Hip Hop, R&B/Soul, and Spoken Word Poetry with Coast Salish influence while based out of the cities of San Francisco/Seattle.

Visit Her website Here!

 

 


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