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Jun 6, 2019

Native Opinion Episode 174
WITH PURPOSEFUL INTENT, THEY DESIRE HARM.

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EPISODE SUMMARY:

We welcome Samantha Cullen Fry, from Tomaquag Museum, Rhode Island’s only Native American Museum dedicated to educating the public and promote thoughtful dialogue regarding Indigenous history, culture, arts, and Mother Earth and connect to Native issues of today. Samantha is the coordinator for Tomaquag’s "Indigenous Empowerment Network (IEN) which strives to eradicate poverty in the Indigenous Community of Rhode Island.

News Stories covered In this episode:

Eastern forests shaped more by Native Americans’ burning than climate change, A promise unfulfilled: water pipeline stops short for Sioux reservation, Trump Gives False Information about Keystone XL Pipeline at Meeting with Business Leaders in Japan, Vancouver police task force referred to missing and murdered women as ‘whores,’, and our guest Samantha Cullen Fry discusses her experience with backlash over her reaction to a Native American figure on South Kingstown parade displayed on Memorial Day. ________________________________________________________

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ARTICLES DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE

Indigenous Empowerment Network

What is “Freedom Gas”?

Eastern forests shaped more by Native Americans’ burning than climate change.

A promise unfulfilled: water pipeline stops short for Sioux reservation.

Trump Gives False Information about Keystone XL Pipeline at Meeting with Business Leaders in Japan.

Vancouver police task force referred to missing and murdered women as ‘whores,’ inquiry hears.

Native American figure on South Kingstown parade float draws social media condemnation.

Charmaine White Face: Divide and conquer for Indian people all over again.

Open Secrets: Lobbyists rely on Trump administration to block tribal projects ________________________________________________________

Music in this Episode 

Artist: Jasmine Netsena

Track: “Take You with Me”

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