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Best podcasts about All My Relations

Latest podcast episodes about All My Relations

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess
327: Thanksgiving Lies + Indigenous Grief and Celebration with Cali Wolf & Tai Simpson (Rereleased Episode)

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 91:56


(Rereleased Episode: this episode was originally recorded and released November 26, 2020) The Broads sit with Tai Simpson and Cali Wolf to talk about indigenous people's history, lies and misconceptions that are taught in “US History”, land back, Tai and Cali's personal stories, the violence of cultural appropriation, the truth about Thanksgiving, and much more. **This podcast was recorded on Tongva land   CALI WOLF: Cali is Sicangu Lakota. She is an ER nurse, mother, and the coordinating director of an Indigenous womxn led nonprofit called Native Women's Wilderness!   Follow Cali: https://www.instagram.com/caliwolf/ Donate to Native Women's Wilderness here: https://www.nativewomenswilderness.org/donate Follow Native Women's Wilderness: https://www.instagram.com/nativewomenswilderness/ ***Next week Native Women's Wilderness 2021 Gives Back Campaign will be released - follow @nativewomenswilderness on Instagram to find out more and get donation links!   TAI SIMPSON: Tai Simpson is “The Storyteller” in the indigenous language of the Nimiipuu nation (Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho). She is a direct descendant of Chief Redheart of the Nez Perce tribe and a tireless advocate for social justice. Tai's academic background is in Political Philosophy & Public Law at Boise State University where she served as the vice president and president of the Intertribal Native Council student organization. She speaks on issues afflicting marginalized communities including race, missing & murdered Indigenous women, and the intersections of oppression facing the United States. Her appearances and interviews can be heard or read on Boise State Public Radio, TEDxBoise, and several news outlets. She was recently awarded the National Native American 40 Under 40 Award by the National Center for American Indian Development recognizing her work around missing and murdered Indigenous people.   Follow Tai: https://www.instagram.com/taisimpson/ Website: https://www.taisimpson.com Watch Tai's TedxTalk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5RhEStF_bQ   Read Tai's recent piece in Cosmopolitan “Working to End the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Crisis Is Like Mopping Up the Ocean”: https://www.cosmopolitan.com/lifestyle/a37793702/missing-murdered-indigenous-women-gabby-petito/ ***The Indigenous Idaho Alliance is beginning holiday fundraising for families who need food, gifts, clean water, and support with heating and utility bills - DONATE at VENMO: @indigenousidaho      RESOURCES DISCUSSED IN EP:  ***The “All My Relations” podcast discussed “Thankstaking or Thanksgiving”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thankstaking-or-thanksgiving/id1454424563?i=1000499682949 ***Watch the documentary “Blood Memory” here: https://worldchannel.org/episode/arf-blood-memory/ ***Read “An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States”: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/237686/an-indigenous-peoples-history-of-the-united-states-by-roxanne-dunbar-ortiz/ ***Check out the “Indigenous Action” podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/indigenous-action/id1532103976 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Solvable
Native Erasure and Invisibility is Solvable

Solvable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 39:16


Dr. Adrienne Keene is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. She's an Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnic Studies at Brown University, co-hosts a podcast called “All My Relations” and she's the author of the new book: Notable Native People. Here are links to some resources that Dr. Keene mentions in this episode: Notable Native People: 50 Indigenous Leaders, Dreamers, and Changemakers from Past and Present by Adrienne Keene. Illustrations by Ciara Sana Sarah Winnemucca Devoted Her Life to Protecting Native Americans in the Face of an Expanding United States, Smithsonian Magazine, 2016 Landback.org NDN Collective Why Native Hawaiians are fighting to protect Mauna Kea from a telescope Vox.com, 2019 Indigenous Opposition to Line Three Reuters, 2021 Solvable is produced by Jocelyn Frank, research by David Zha, booking by Lisa Dunn. The show's managing producer is Sachar Mathias and the executive producer is Mia Lobel. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

TREK TABLE PODCAST
Episode #17 Burnham's Arc, Klingon Wars and Fabulous Found Family

TREK TABLE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 88:50


Trek Table does their version of a fun recap of Star Trek Discovery Season 1: All the happenings - Burnham's redemption arc, the Klingon War, the Mirror Universe and More!!!  Join Claudia Alick, Maya Chinchilla, Alison De La Cruz, Marie-Reine Velez as we dig into Trek Table Questions, Marie Has Questions; Discovery Design; Space Runway; Thematix & Spoiler Zone!  #TrekTable #BIWOCTrek #StarTrekDiscovery   Subscribe to the TrekTable channel:  https://bit.ly/3hslxRw Watch full episodes of TrekTable: https://bit.ly/3w3a3rB Like TrekTable on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/TrekTablePodcast   Follow TrekTable on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trektable/ Follow Trek Table on Twitter: https://twitter.com/trektable1   ------   Trek Table is a weekly webcast amplifying the voices of Black, Indigenous, Brown, Women of Color (Queer or otherwise), and our allies as we hold Trek Space for Star Trek Discovery and all the Trek Multiverses.  We strive to make space for #BIWOCTrek joy, nerdom and geekery, as we uplift the observations and insights from women of color at every level of Star Trek fandom -- from newbies to multi-generational Star Trekking families.     TIMESTAMPS 11:51 Trek Table Question 1  15:07 Popcorn Recap  20:19 Marie Has Questions 24:32  Discovery Design  38:34  Trek Table Question 2  41:31 Space Runway  47:33  Thematix  01:00:12 Spoiler Zone (ends at - 01:02:32) 01:04:37 Trek Table Question 3  01:08:44 Signal Boost  01:11:38 Final Thoughts  01:16:39  Gratitude   SIGNAL BOOST   ARTISTS AT PLAY is celebrating their new season with a new podcast episode, in which the producing team rehashes and recreates some of their favorite original pieces written and performed for "Artists at Play ... at Play!"   Access the podcast at bit.ly/AAPListen    JUNETEENTH 2021: UNTOLD STORIES --  We encourage you to continue commemorating Juneteenth by watching a virtual presentation from The Arts Center in Orange, Virginia. Presentations by Dr. Dena Jennings and Michael Carter, Jr. focus on unearthing family legacies and the importance of preserving connections with the past.  You can watch the archive of the live presentation on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEjvkuov7AU   ALL MY RELATIONS  is a team of folks who care about representations, and how Native peoples are represented in mainstream media. Their recent podcast episode is called “All My Loving Relations”. This conversation covers how we all have different forms of ceremony to find love within ourselves and there are so many ways to love. In this ALL MY RELATIONS episode the hosts ask how do we heal from historical trauma to love again? For more information visit their website: https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com/podcast FOLLOW OUR MUSICIANS @Quetzalmusic on Instagram  https://linktr.ee/Quetzalmusic   FOLLOW OUR HOSTS Claudia Alick @calling up justice   Maya Chinchilla  IG: @maya_chapina   Alison De La Cruz IG: @picsbydela Twitter: @TweetsbyDeLa Marie Reine Velez IG:  @mariezpz   FOLLOW TREK TABLE @TrekTable on Instagram  @TrekTable1 on Twitter @trektablpodcast on Facebook www.trektable.com

Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice
Community Art Installation Highlights Indigenous Housing Crisis

Racial Reckoning: The Arc of Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 1:59


Feven Gerezgiher reports:On Saturday, All My Relations Arts launched a community art workshop to highlight indigenous and unsheltered peoples' experiences in Minnesota. Lead artist Courtney Cochran titled the project “Never Homeless Before 1492.”“Native people are homeless on their own land - stolen land at that,” said Cochran. “These problems started in 1492. And we can still feel and see the impacts of colonization. Native homelessness started with removal and continued through allotment and land theft.”The Minnesota Department of Transportation and Native American Community Development Institute - or NACDI - are partnering on the 23-panel installation for a fence on Franklin and Hiawatha. In 2018, the area was named the “Wall of Forgotten Natives.” The housing crisis, along with other factors, had led to over 200 people forming an encampment along the fence; many of them identified themselves as Native American. At the time, community and government agencies worked quickly to move unsheltered people out of the encampment which suffered from difficult public health conditions, fires, and multiple deaths.Now, MnDOT seeks to restore the site with the recognition of a housing crisis which has only proliferated in Minneapolis after a year of unrest and the pandemic. All My Relations director Angela Two Stars says she hopes the community-driven project promotes solutions and honest conversations in the two to three years it's up.“While there was negativity around this large homeless encampment, it really spoke to how the community - especially the native organizations - had stepped up and offered their resources in a culturally responsive way to our vulnerable relatives at the time,” said Two Stars.The community is invited to participate in painting the panels. All My Relations will continue hosting workshops throughout the next month. 

All My Relations Podcast
Indigenous Motherhood: Birth Is Ceremony

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 62:59


In this episode we explore our ceremonies related to birth and question what it means to rematriate through motherhood. What are our traditional birthing ceremonies? What about our coming of age ceremonies? How do we reclaim our sexualities? How has colonization disrupted our traditional birthing practices? Join us in discussion with AMR co-hosts Matika Wilbur, Dr.Dr.Desi and honored guest Temryss Lane, as we unpack some of these questions.Temryss is an Indigenous sports icon from the Lummi Nation. She played soccer at Arizona State, then professionally  in Sweden. She went on to become a model and sports broadcaster while simultaneously getting her Master's degree  in American Indian Studies from UCLA.  Temryss is a real matriarch, and she's nearly 9 months pregnant in this episode!Our Moms are everything- supremely important to our cultures, lifeways, health, wellness, and personhood. Carrying life is sacred. Motherhood is sacred. It is a ceremony. All My Relations is Listener SupportedBecome a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/allmyrelationspodcastFollowTemryss Lane on InstagramAll My Relations on InstagramMatika on InstagramAMR TeamCreative direction, sound engineering, and editing by Teo ShantzFilm Editing by Jon AyonSound production by Max LevinDevelopment Manager: Will PaisleyProduction Assistant: Kristin BolanDirector of Business Development: Edison HunterSocial Media Intern, Lindsey HightowerResearch Intern, Keoni Rodriguez2nd Editor, Carly SjordalSales and Marketing Intern, Jamie Marquez-BratcherSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

CKX Questions
Special Episode: On the "All My Relations" Gathering (In Partnership with the Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada)

CKX Questions

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 66:21


As the Circle prepares to host its biannual All My Relations Gathering virtually later this spring, we are pleased to share with you a series of conversations that took place at and after All My Relations 2019. The episode opens with reflections from the Circle’s CEO Kris Archie that set the stage for a conversation between Tim Fox and Sara Lyons, who speak to their time serving as co-chairs of The Circle’s Governing Circle. Learn More About the Circle Follow The Circle on Twitter

The Geeks OUT Podcast
Geeks OUT Podcast: Marvel vs. DC - The Pride-Off

The Geeks OUT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2021 86:27


In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Eric Green (@ericopolis) as they discuss the final trailer for the massively built up "Snyder Cut" of Justice League, DC's big campaign announced for Wonder Woman's 80th anniversary, and celebrate all the queer artists and writers announced as part of DC Pride in This Week in Queer. This Week's Topics Include: BIG OPENING:   KEVIN:  Netflix is testing out a new crackdown on password sharing ERIC:  Bob Iger and Bob Chapek chair Disney's Diversity Councils   DOWN & NERDY:    KEVIN:  Promising Young Woman, Moxie!, Genera+ion, Resident Alien, Super Mario 3D World ERIC:  X-Men (as always), All My Relations, Extremity, Raya and the Last Dragon, Lego VIDIYO     STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER:  DC announces “Believe in Wonder” campaign for Wonder Woman's 80th anniversary   THIS WEEK IN QUEER: DC announces new DC Pride anthology and variant covers    CLIP OF THE WEEK: Final trailer for Justice League: The Snyder Cut   THE WEEK IN GEEK:  MOVIES HBO Max confirms that Batgirl and Zatanna movies still in development Pepe Le Pew removed from Space Jam 2 New trailer for Vanquish New trailer for The Unholy Movie theaters in Los Angeles can reopen at 25%   TV The History Channel is releasing a docu-series celebrating 55 years of Star Trek Peacock developing series based on George R.R. Martin's Wild Cards Netflix cancels/expands Special season 2 to 30min Netflix's The Queen's Gambit being developed into a musical Michelle Gomez joins season 3 of Doom Patrol HBO Max adapting comic Slam! into animated series New trailer for book 4 of Infinity Train Cast reveal for The Powerpuff Girl live-action pilot New trailer for the Kung Fu reboot New teaser for Amazon Prime's Them from Lena Waithe First look at Starz's Heels Ducktales living on as a podcast, This Duckberg Life New trailer for Falcon & The Winter Soldier   COMIC BOOKS New The Nice House on the Lake horror comic coming from James Tynion IV Marvel announces Marvel Voices: Pride #1 plus   SHILF KEVIN:  Jason Momoa ERIC:  Henry Cavill 

Teachings In The Air
S4- Ep 8 Indigenous Is: All my Relations

Teachings In The Air

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 64:13


“I encourage you to embrace yourself as who YOU ARE.” – Gerry Oldman “Indigenous Is..” is the theme of the fourth season of Teachings In The Air. All My Relations is a very personal insight into all that surrounds identity and what makes you, YOU. Gerry covers subjects like ancestry, status, community, healing, growth, family and the teachings he carries with him. Gerry reminds us that the teachings are everywhere and it’s up to us to pick them up. Today you are all Gerry Oldman and the Teachings In The Air team’s relatives. Kustkum'ckcuw

Seaweed Brain: A Percy Jackson Podcast
The Lost Hero Part 1: Piper

Seaweed Brain: A Percy Jackson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 58:43


Join Carter, Erica, and special guest Brayden Stallman (Return to Camp Half-Blood) as they discuss Piper McLean’s journey through The Lost Hero, femininity, #internalizedmisogyny, and what it really means to be a child of Aphrodite. Towards the end of this episode, we begin to ask questions about the kind of representation Piper brings into the Riordanverse. As Carter mentions, we are by no means a “qualified panel” to be discussing this, but we felt it was important to at least begin the conversation. Read more about Rick's process writing Piper here: https://rickriordan.com/2020/07/feathers-why-feathers/ Learn more about Race to the Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse and other Riordan Presents novels: https://www.readriordan.com/book/race-to-the-sun/ And as always, we recommend the All My Relations podcast to learn more about indigenous representation: https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com/ Check out more detailed show notes, further reading, and more on our website! https://seaweedbrainpodcast.wixsite.com/percabeth/blog

All My Relations Podcast
For The Love of The Mauna, Part 2

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2020 49:25


This is part two in our series For the Love of the Mauna which shares the story of Native Hawaiians’ effort to protect Mauna Kea. The first episode gave us the background and story of the beginning of the TMT fight and the cultural foundations of Mauna Kea. This segment focuses on the resistance camp at Pu’u huluhulu which was established during the summer of 2019 on the Mauna. This ended up garnering attention because it was the largest mobilization of law enforcement in the history of Hawaii to fight those trying to stop the massive destructive construction project in the middle of conservation land. We highlight the kupuna line, the complex relationship with the police, the role of the University of Hawaii, and Native peoples’ relationship with science.“The 30 meter telescope thought that they were going to erect a telescope, but really, they awoke a nation.” - Mehana KihoiCentral in the series are kapuna and scholar Dr. Auntie Noe Noe Wong-Wilson, scholar, poet, and activist; Jamaica Osorio, activist, educator, and cultural practitioner; and Lanakila Mangauil who discuss the health of the natural environment and its connection to fundamental rights as Indigenous peoples. +++All My Relations is Listener SupportedBecome a PatronFollowDr. Noe Noe Wong Wilson, Executive Director of The LĀLĀKEA FOUNDATIONJamaica Osorio on InstagramLanakila Mangauil on InstagramAll My Relations on InstagramSupporthttps://www.puuhuluhulu.com/https://www.protectmaunakea.net/donateEpisode artwork drawn by Ciara Sana. Videography by Upthink LabsMusic by Masa KobayashiFiscal Sponsorship by Speak Out!Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

Kosher Queers
61 — Vayigash: New Trans Bones

Kosher Queers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2020 41:00


This week, we look at some fun goth performance art, which plays with bones and death and a messianic age. We also talk art curation practices, fanfiction vs canon, and the value or lack thereof of inherited roles. Full transcript here. The book with lesbians that Jaz recently read was We Set the Dark on Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia. The two movies we watched were Happiest Season , which you can watch on Hulu, and Last Christmas, which appears to only be available on HBO. Jaz also mentions that they've been listening to the All My Relations podcast; here's the first episode in their series about indigenous artists. This week's reading is Ezekiel 37:15-28. Next week's reading is 1 Kings 2:1-12.Support us on Patreon or Ko-fi! Send us questions or comments at kosherqueers@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter @kosherqueers, and like us on Facebook at Kosher Queers. Our music is by the band Brivele. This week, our audio was edited by Lulav Arnow, and our transcript was written by Reuben Shachar Rose. Our logo is by Lior Gross, and we are not endorsed by or affiliated with the Orthodox Union.Support the show (http://patreon.com/kosherqueers)

She's All Fat: A Body Positive Podcast
All My Relations: ThanksTaking or ThanksGiving?

She's All Fat: A Body Positive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 57:08


Today we're sharing an episode we loved from another podcast: All My Relations. In this ep, the folks at AMR talk with Wampanoag scholars Paula Peters and Linda Coombs who provide an Indigenous perspective on the real story of Thanksgiving. We'll see you next week for our Season 6 premiere. All My Relations shared with us a TON of resources and places to donate, so make sure you click below for the full shownotes — and don't forget to subscribe to AMR so you don't miss an episode! Click here for the full shownotes for today's episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio
The Mi'kmaw concept of 'All My Relations'

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2020 11:39


Zabrina Whitman, co-founder and director of Beyond Terroir, is from Glooscap First Nation and spoke with host Jeff Douglas about the meaning of the Mi'kmaw concept, All My Relations.

Lead Your Life
#040: Leading with Empathy During Times of Stress with Maria Cordova

Lead Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2020 50:07


So many of us are struggling right now - whether we’re juggling school aged children while working at home or leading people who are feeling marginalized, emotionally drained, or lacking in purpose. On today’s show, I talk with experienced HR practitioner Maria Cordova about how leaders can successfully navigate these stressful times with empathy and boldness to create better employee experiences and optimized business performance.  We dive into: [6:00] Maria’s journey into Human Resources [10:00] How she uses pain points and gaps to identify business needs [13:45] The necessary pivots that businesses are making during Covid and how HR solutions can help navigate these shifts [18:00] What is needed in leadership right now to see successful results and engaged employees [19:15] How exposed social and racial inequities are affecting business [20:35] What leaders should be thinking about MOST right now [24:25] Why leaders need to level up their communication skills and have more uncomfortable conversations [26:00] How one-on-one conversations with employees need to change during Covid and a practical way you can be approaching them to achieve positive, successful outcomes [28:20] Maria’s recommendations for leaders who want to be better in the area of supporting BIPOC and other marginalized employees  [30:00] The MOST IMPORTANT responsibility we have as leaders when dealing with issues of social and racial inequity [31:45] Distinguishing the difference between sympathy and empathy and how important the principle of leading with empathy can be for your business [35:30] One way to shift how you provide feedback that can help motivate your employees [39:05] Creative ways to address professional development during a time where employees are feeling stagnant [41:40] The MOST IMPORTANT thing you can be doing as a leader if you are feeling worn down  [44:30] What a world without empathy looks like (hint: it’s not pretty!) [46:05] The 3 BIGGEST ways that leaders can start to exercise their empathy muscle   Here are some resources that Maria mentions in the episode to continue your learning journey:   Books specifically about empathy: Daring Greatly by Brene Brown, The War for Kindness, by Jamil Zaki, and Empathy, Why it Matters and How to Get it by Roman Krznaric   Podcasts on empathy: Leading with Empathy, A.J Juliani. Radical Empathy, Jubilee Media. Empathy and Eyebrows, Danni Starr. Unlocking Us, Brene Brown.   Books on anti-racism, white fragility, privilege, social justice etc.: So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander, Intersectionality by Kimberle Crenshaw, Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge , Between The World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates   Podcasts that address racism, colonization, intersectionality, social justice etc.: Pod Save the People, Crooked Media. That’s Not How That Works, Trudi and Weeze. Intersectionality Matters, Kimberly Crenshaw. All My Relations, Matika Wilbur and Adrienne Keene. Code Switch, NPR. 1619, NY Times.   You can connect with Maria in the following ways: Email: maria@humanagehr.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maria-cordova-88b14aa/ Website: www.humanagehr.com   Join the Women Leading Powerfully -  Leadership Lab  We hear from women everywhere a deep craving for more. More fulfillment in their career, more desire to have a clear vision for their future, more readiness to take charge of their leadership and grow personally and professionally. In this season of unknowns, the Leadership Lab offers women the opportunity to get certain. You will make choices and increase your impact in more meaningful ways than ever before. Here is what you will walk away with after 12 weeks of group coaching: -Clarity and Confidence around what YOU really want -Awareness of what gets in your way -A vision statement for you as a leader -Tools for taking action that gets you from where you are to where you want to be -An easy way to measure your progress and get unstuck as you move forward   So, if you are looking to build life-long connections and be in a community of like-minded women that have the same goals, then book your complimentary coaching call with Natalie here:  https://nataliebarron.as.me/WLPDiscoveryCall to see if the Leadership Lab is the next best step in your personal and professional journey! _____________________   Love the show? Let us know! Do you love the Lead Your Life podcast? If the insights, interviews and real conversations we share in each episode help you step into your power, and have more confidence to “lead your life, so you can love your life”, then please head over to  ‎Lead Your Life on Apple Podcasts and subscribe to the show. If you leave us a review, you might win one of our monthly prizes! Join the Women Leading Powerfully Community! Would you like to join a community of high-achieving women that are supporting each other to play a bigger game, have a bigger impact, and live a more fulfilled life? Join us in the Women Leading Powerfully Facebook Group.  This free, private community is for strong, supportive, determined, badass women who are leading their lives at home and in the workplace.  If you’re ready to take your life and your business to the next level, join us in this exclusive and amazing community of women today!

No Bad Food
297. Sauce: Bathtub Pesto & Bechamel ft. Chantal Thomas & Elisabeth Nyveen

No Bad Food

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 68:54


This week, it's all about sauce! Obviously, sauce is a huge topic, and we aren't going to hit everything today. First, Tom chats with friend & patron of the show Chantal Thomas about her famous Bathtub Pesto and the joys of cooking with seasonal ingredients. Also, a quick review of the American Barbecue Showdown and the ways that we can learn from cooking competition shows. Then, Tom calls up Elisabeth Nyveen, one of the producers of October Jones & Fish With Legs, to get a quick lesson in white sauces & rouxs. Roux? I think maybe just roux? I speak french, I should know this… Anyways. Bechamels and whatnot. Also, we talk a little about cranberry sauce and whether or not salad dressings count as a sauce! Side-note: Obviously, the past week has been super stressful and exhausting for a lot of us, given the whole US election thing, so if we all seem a little tired on this episode, that's why. Hopefully you've been managing to take care of yourself through all of this, too! Remember that self-care is super important and that it's okay to turn off your phone for a bit and take a break from reading the news, even when something huge is happening. We love you! What's your favorite kind of sauce? Have you ever made food in your bathtub? Have you mastered white sauces? Did we miss something that you think absolutely should've been mentioned? You can join the conversation by supporting us on Patreon at patreon.com/upfordiscussion or by hitting us up on Twitter and Instagram @DownWithTalking! Native Friendship Centre of Montreal: https://nfcm.org/en/ Raven Trust: https://raventrust.com/ National Association of Friendship Centres: https://www.nafc.ca/en/ All My Relations podcast: https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com/ Go listen to October Jones & Fish With Legs: octoberandfish.ca On Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6KifhtPoqgJCJOke49wsXM Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/october-jones-fish-with-legs/id1534409274 Resources for Allyship: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hp7nlP5UcH63FEl1kpPgxdO7Qw7iagcCTBfOPfPLuMg/edit?usp=sharing This episode is brought to you in part by Whisky Lane! www.whiskylane.ca SUPPORT THE SHOW! patreon.com/upfordiscussion MERCH! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/up-for-discusssion?ref_id=2539 Our logo is by David Flamm! Check out his work (and buy something from his shop!) at http://www.davidflammart.com/ Our theme music is "It Takes A Little Time" by Zack Ingles! You can (and should!) buy his music here: https://zackingles.bandcamp.com/ www.upfordnetwork.com Want to send us fan mail? Upford Network ℅ Tom Zalatnai PO Box 22585 Monkland PO Montreal, Quebec H4A 3T4 Canada

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango

Lessons from Indigenous Peoples Day – Click here… to join “To be an Indigenous person is to be engaged in relationships,” says All My Relations podcast team Adrienne Keene and Matika Wilbur. Let us forge connections and relationships where we live. We’ll feature art ... read more.

All My Relations Podcast
Indigenous Artist To Artist, Part 3: Who Decides?

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2020 76:24


Join Matika and Adrienne In conversation with Jami Powell (Osage), Jaclyn Roessel (Diné) and Kristin Dorsey (Chickasaw), for the third and final episode of Indigenous Artist to Artist, Part 3: Who Decides? as we discuss the importance of indigenous people presenting, curating, and exhibiting themselves.As always, thank you to Ciara Sana for her amazing episode art, and Teo Elisio, for doing all the things. Thank you Max Levin for the music!!! Special thanks to Kristin Bolan and Will Paisley for supporting All My Relations. Support our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/allmyrelationspodcastSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

All My Relations Podcast
Indigenous Artist To Artist, Part 2: We Choose Power

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2020 71:28


We welcome you into this intimate laughy conversation with three awesome full time artists--Photographer Ryan Redorn (Osage), painter Yatika Star Fields (Cherokee, Creek and Osage) and traditional tattoo artist Holly Nordlum (Inupiaq) for this second episode of Indigenous Artist to Artist as we discuss the importance of indigenous people holding space in the art world, the difference between help and inherent power, while we dare to imagine an otherwise— how beautiful might our world be if Native people were at the helm?Please follow and support the artists!Ryan Redcorn (@redcorn): http://www.buffalonickelcreative.com/Holly Nordlum (@hollywouldif_shecould): www.naniqdesign.comYatika Fields (@yatikafields): www.yatikafields.com.As always, thank you to Ciara Sana for her amazing episode art, and Teo Elisio, for doing all the things SPecial Kristin Bolan for your assistance.Also, welcome Will Paisley to the All My Relations team. Thanks for coordinating these cats. Support our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/allmyrelationspodcastSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

Eric Krasno Plus One
Cochemea Gastelum

Eric Krasno Plus One

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 36:39


In Episode of 18 Plus One Eric speaks with saxophonist and composer Cochemea Gastelum, whose 2019 album "All My Relations" is one of Kraz's most played records of the year. Cochemea made his mark as a member of The Dap-Kings, the potent funk and soul band behind the late great vocalist Sharon Jones. He's also played with artists from Amy Winehouse to Run The Jewels, always experimenting with effects and other sounds you might not expect from a sax player.Cochemea brings that same experimental ethos to his solo material, drawing inspiration from his native roots and incorporating Navajo melodies, a Sanskrit prayer, and Mexican huapango rhythms with jazz and funk arrangements to produce a record that is truly one of a kind. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Please leave us a rating or review on iTunes!And check out the podcast Festival Circuit: New Orleans, a new series about the music of New Orleans and the jazz fest from Osiris Media. Eric Krasno Plus One is presented by Osiris Media. All original music by Eric Krasno. Executive Producers are RJ Bee and Christina Collins. Audio Production by Matt Dwyer. Produced by Ben Baruch of 11E1even Group.--------For 15% off from Sunset Lake CBD use the PROMO CODE: KRASNO15 at checkoutEnter to WIN a PRO-GRADE PUTTING GREEN from SYNLawn at: https://www.synlawn.com/plusone See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Kosher Queers
39 — Matot-Masei: Lesbian Farm Communes >>> War

Kosher Queers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2020 52:07


This week, the gender binary makes things like "discussing big household decisions with your spouse" unnecessarily complicated, we wrestle with what to do with a story that's pretty explicitly genocidal, and Tzipporah is the Elvis of the Tanakh. Also, we root for the groups unionizing against Moshe, who has seemingly gone full evil in this parsha. Plus, Lulav is into the fact that Jaz reads books. Full transcript available here. Lulav gave a shout out to her friend Khesed, who you can follow on Twitter @KhesedBein. In this episode, we referred to our guest episode with Anat Hochberg, episode 16, and our Pesach episode, with many comments from listeners. Jaz read A Collective Bargain: Unions, Organizing, and the Fight for Democracy by Jane McAlevey. We talk briefly about about our land acknowledge at the end of the podcast, and wrestling with the atrocities committed against indigenous people in the US. If you're listening to us, it's worth listening to podcasts by indigenous creators as well; I can personally recommend Gender Reveal and All My Relations. Also, you can support MIGIZI, a Native youth center near Lulav that recently burned down and is working on rebuilding. Content notes: this episode contains extensive non-graphic discussion of textual genocide.Support us on Patreon! Send us questions or comments at kosherqueers@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter @kosherqueers, and like us on Facebook at Kosher Queers. Our music is by the band Brivele. This week, our audio was edited by Lulav Arnow and our transcript was written by Jaz Twersky. Our logo is by Lior Gross, and we are not endorsed by or affiliated with the Orthodox Union.Support the show (http://patreon.com/kosherqueers)

Sateli 3
Sateli 3 - "Rhythm Showcase": Sampler con novedades de Daptone Re - 05/06/20

Sateli 3

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2020 59:15


Sintonía: "The Proposition" - Budos Band "Awol", "A-2" y "No Fo Iyawo Mi" - Antibalas (temas inéditos); "All My Relations", "Al-Mutasim" y "Mitote" - Cochemea; "El Bouhala" - Innov Gnawa; "Dancer´s Mood" - Menahan Street Band (tema inédito); "Ephra" - Budos Band; "Ne Teef Know de Road of Teef" - Pax Nicholas; "Etsung Lbal last" - The Daktaris; "Kpon fi la" - El Rego Bonus tracks: "Tombstown Pt. 1", "Tombstown Pt. 2" y "Tombstown Pt. 3", extraídas del álbum "Where The Gods Are In Peace" de Antibalas (Daptone Records, 2017) Escuchar audio

Dear Subjects
DAY 480 - Women in Podcasting

Dear Subjects

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2020 26:09


Today, Alex sits down with Dr. Carter for some "constitutional catch-up". But first, we are joined by Alexandra Cohl, of POD.DRALAND, to talk about women in podcasting! POD.DRALAND: https://www.poddraland.com/ (https://www.poddraland.com/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/poddraland (https://twitter.com/poddraland) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pod.draland/?hl=en (https://www.instagram.com/pod.draland/?hl=en) Truth Be Told: https://www.npr.org/podcasts/719210818/truth-be-told (https://www.npr.org/podcasts/719210818/truth-be-told) Ethnically Ambiguous: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/ethnically-ambiguous-544171 (https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/ethnically-ambiguous-544171) All My Relations: https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com/ (https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com/) Healing Out Lao'd: https://healingoutlaod.org/ (https://healingoutlaod.org/) Join in the conversation on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/thepeopleofhome) . This broadcast is produced by MeCHo Radio (https://www.mechoradio.com/) . This episode was made by myself, Alex Williamns, Dr. Neal Carter, and Daniel Padgett. The theme is by Joseph Cordara. The world is based on the world created by William Richard Redlich. Participate and Support: - Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/thepeopleofhome/ (https://www.reddit.com/r/thepeopleofhome/)   - Twitter: https://twitter.com/thepeopleofhome (https://twitter.com/thepeopleofhome) - Instagram: https://instagram.com/thepeopleofhome (https://instagram.com/thepeopleofhome) - Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepeopleofhome (https://www.patreon.com/thepeopleofhome) Listen: - Swoot: https://bit.ly/391DkIw (https://bit.ly/391DkIw) - Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/8cy5 (https://pca.st/8cy5) - Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Cr5i2a (https://spoti.fi/2Cr5i2a) - Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2CpC7w6 (http://bit.ly/2CpC7w6) - Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2BxuXo9 (https://apple.co/2BxuXo9) - Google Play: http://bit.ly/2EFzWHf (http://bit.ly/2EFzWHf) - TuneIn: http://bit.ly/2rMVKrR (http://bit.ly/2rMVKrR) Wall of Thanks (https://www.mechoradio.com/thanks) Support this podcast

Evoking History
Indigenous History and Colonialism in Early America with Dr. Bryan Rindfleisch

Evoking History

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2020 53:12


This week I am joined by Dr. Bryan Rindfleisch, an Assistant Professor of History at Marquette University who specializes in Early (Colonial) American, Native American, and Atlantic World history. We discuss his education and training as well as his new book, George Galphin's Intimate Empire: The Creek Indians, Family, and Colonialism in Early America available from the University of Alabama Press. We also discuss the Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC) and the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW). After the recording, Dr. Rindfleisch also gave a recommendation for an indigenous podcast, the All My Relations podcast https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/adrienne-keene/all-my-relations You can find his book: http://www.uapress.ua.edu/product/George-Galphins-Intimate-Empire,7100.aspx More on GLIFWC: https://www.glifwc.org/About/ More on CSVANW: https://www.csvanw.org/mmiw/

Under the Radar Podcast
Black Belt Eagle Scout

Under the Radar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2020 53:01


As a young indigenous artist growing up in Northwest Washington, Katherine Paul was drawn to the noise of grunge and Bikini Kill's punk. But the rhythms of an idyllic life on her Coast Salish reservation, punctuated by her family's All My Relations gatherings—an annual powwow which coincided with birthday parties celebrated in the local gymnasium—are deeply-rooted in her being. These unique and varied inspirations would later inform the way she would make music under the Black Belt Eagle Scout moniker.I was struck by how incredibly brave KP is. Everywhere on the internet where her work is praised, there are folks waiting to take her down. But she persists. As a radio producer, you are told never to relinquish your mic to the interviewee. But on one of the final questions, KP gently but firmly wrestles the mic out of my hand to answer the question. When I asked her later about it, she had no recollection of doing it—such is the strength of her conviction. See if you can guess at what point this happened?Many thanks for making this episode possible—KP for her grace and time. Her parents: Patricia Paul and Kevin Paul for use of powwow music. Bikini Kill for every Riot Grrrl's anthem, Phil Elverum for the use of music by Geneviève Castrée's as WOELV. Saddle Creek, Pitch Perfect PR and Terrordbird for all the support. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

All My Relations Podcast
Growing New Beginnings

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2020 71:17


Today we launch Season 2 of All My Relations: “Growing New Beginnings”! This episode was recorded around the new year when the world was functioning without Covid-19, and we were emerging from our off-season hibernation, reveling in new life, and trying to figure out a healthy and wellness-focused way forward. Then, things changed, and we sat on the episode for a bit. We decided to bring the conversation up to speed with the current moment and talk about how we’re riding out the pandemic in our homes, mourning losses and feeling scared, but also continuing to grow. In Season 2, we are dedicating several episodes to wellness. We have amazing conversations on Whole Family Wellness with Thosh Collins and Chelsea Luger of Well For Culture, Healing the Land and Ourselves with Kim Smith, Building Indigenous Futures through Higher Education with Bryan Brayboy and Amanda Tachine, and a multi-part series on the movement to protect Mauna Kea in Hawai’i featuring a whole crew of scholars, activists, students, and community members. We continue to explore what it means to be a good relative to our families, the land, and one another, and especially during this time, how to take care of ourselves and our communities. We may sprinkle in some bonus content too, reacting to what is happening as the world continues to change around us. We are so excited to share all of this with you! +This work was supported by the National Geographic Society’s Emergency Fund for Journalists, The Wisteria Fund, and our incredible Patreon subscribers. +Special Thanks to Max Levin and Kyle Sherrer for our new music, Ciara Sana for her beautiful episode art, and Teo Elisio for his editing, mixing, tech support, moral support, and vision. + We also found out All My Relations was an “honoree” for the 2020 Webby's! We’re recognized in the “Diversity and Inclusion” category alongside some fantastic podcasts! So thank you for your continued support. We send big hugs. Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

Fifty Feminist States
Ep 28 pt 2 - Oregon

Fifty Feminist States

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2020 39:25


In this episode, Amelia speaks with Shilo George, a Southern Cheyenne-Arapaho woman, Queer SuperFat Activist, and founder of Łush Kumtux Tumtum Consulting. They discuss body sovereignty, Native culture, and healing historical trauma.Follow:Fifty Feminist States on Instagram (help us get to 1000 followers!)Follow Shilo on InstagramLinks from the episode:Walking With Ghosts: Poems by Qwo-Li Driskill Learn more about enrollment and blood quantum on the All My Relations podcast 

ALP: The Admissions Leadership Podcast

Ken learns why "leadership is motion" with Carmen Lopez, Executive Director of College Horizons, a national educational non-profit serving American Indian, Alaskan Native, and Hawaiian Native students in their transition to college and graduate school.Shout-outs & LinksClaudio Sanchez's NPR story on College Horizons recorded at Lawrence University: How Native Students Can Succeed in College: "Be As Tough As the Land That Made You"Shout-outs to:Whitney Laughlin (founder of College Horizons) and Christine Suina, College Horizons program coordinatorDr. Robert Binswanger of Dartmouth, an early mentorDr. Adrienne Keene, author of Native Appropriations and co-host of All My Relations with Matika Wilbur.Also: Candace Jimmerson, Bryan Brayboy, Jonathan Burdick, Joanie Brotman, Ralph Figueroa, DeAngela Burns-Wallace, and Regis Pecos (Cochiti Pueblo)Rapid DescentWalkout songs (it's a playlist): I Love Rock'n'Roll (Joan Jett); Nasty (Janet Jackson); Kickstart My Heart (Mötley Crüe); Cult of Personality (Living Colour); Sabotage (Beastie Boys); Sisters (A Tribe Called Red); Kiss Me Deadly (Lita Ford); Are You Gonna Go My Way (Lenny Kravitz); Pynk (Janelle Monae); Get Ur Freak On (Missy Elliott)... all of which have been added to the ALP playlists on Apple Music and Spotify.Best recent reads: Navajo Coyote Stories and Star Wars Galaxy's Edge: Black Spire (both of which she has read with her kids); The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in an Age of Information Overload (Daniel Levitin); The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse (Charles Mackesy)... all of which have been added to the ALP Goodies List.Eager to read next: The Testaments (Margaret Atwood)Favorite thing to make in the kitchen: Blue Corn Mash for the kids; Pinto Beans and Ham Hocks (with a LOT of cumin)For taking and keeping notes: One Note, a couple of Mead notebooks for brain dumps and... well, she warns you to keep an eye on your best penMemorable bit of advice: From one of the elders who led the opening circle at a College Horizons college program: "Don't forget that while we might have generational trauma, we also have generational stamina."Bucket list: Even though she doesn't have a bucket list, she still needs to see two concerts: Buddy Guy and Def Leppard.

en(gender)ed
Episode 87: Edgar Villanueva on Decolonizing Wealth

en(gender)ed

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2020 69:38


On this episode of en(gender)ed, our guest is Edgar Villanueva, a globally-recognized expert on social justice philanthropy.  Edgar currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of Native Americans in Philanthropy and is a Board Member of the Andrus Family Fund, a national foundation that works to improve outcomes for vulnerable youth.  We speak with Edgar today about his work and the ideas in his book, "Decolonizing Wealth," which offers a vision of philanthropy and wealth creation and accumulation through the lens of social justice and racial equity. During our conversation, Edgar and I referenced the following resources and topics: Audre Lorde's concept that the "Master's Tools Will Not Dismantle the Master's House" and if they can The Indigenous, Lakota concept of "All My Relations" or "Mitakuye Oyasin" My interview with CV Harquail about her book, "Feminism:  A Key Idea for Business and Society" Edgar's suggested policy proposals for the philanthropic sector to address historical racial and gender inequality The Equal Rights Amendment Melinda Gates' Pivotal Ventures which is focused on gender equality Kate Manne's "Down Girl:  The Logic of Misogyny" book and its ideas about empathy and humanity with respect to sexist behavior --- Thanks for tuning in to the en(gender)ed podcast! Be sure to check out our en(gender)ed site and follow our blog on Medium. Consider donating because your support is what makes this work sustainable. Please also connect with us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Don't forget to subscribe to the show!

Responding To...
Episode 16 - Equity vs Equality

Responding To...

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2020 15:37


Episode 16 of Responding To... the podcast where I respond to old white dudes' questions about gender and sexuality. In this episode I go over the definitions of equity and equality and I then apply them to 2 different political questions to demonstrate how they might function in real world scenarios. This Episode's Recommendations: "Ep #6: Indigiqueer" of the "All My Relations" podcast https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com/podcast/episode/47547617/ep-6-indigiqueer Episode sources: https://www.economist.com/united-states/2019/04/06/the-black-white-wealth-gap-is-unchanged-after-half-a-century https://www.statista.com/statistics/555855/number-of-homeless-people-in-the-us-by-race/ https://web.archive.org/web/20130628135832/http://www.ers.usda.gov/media/562463/ra174h_1_.pdf Want to make a sustaining monthly donation to the podcast? Here's the patreon: https://www.patreon.com/respondingto Got a question I should respond to in a future episode? submit your question on the blog - https://responding2oldwhitedudesquestionsaboutgendersexuality.home.blog/ or email me - Respondingtooldwhitedudes@gmail.com Follow the podcast on Twitter - https://twitter.com/to_responding

Game Garble
S2 E5 - Holiday Gift Guide & Never Alone

Game Garble

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 63:43


Holiday Gift Guide-(Not sponsored) Check out the full line up on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Game-Garble-107886813900791Garble News- Google Stadiahttps://www.facebook.com/GoogleStadiaObscurity- Never Alonehttp://neveralonegame.com/our-team/Learn more about indigenous culture in North America at https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com/ (Not sponsored or endorsed by All My Relations...we just really love the podcast!)Check us out on social media at https://www.facebook.com/Game-Garble-107886813900791/Don't forget to give us a five star rating with a game you would like us to cover, and you might be featured in an upcoming episode.

All My Relations Podcast
Bonus Episode: Celebrate Indigenous People's Day, Not Columbus

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2019 21:16


The foundational narrative we teach our children about Columbus is rooted in myth and falsity. Instead of teaching our real Native American history, or our real humanity, we’ve settled for American mythology. When we celebrate Columbus, we are blindly supporting indigenous erasure and perpetuating the romantic, dire, insatiable story of extinction. It’s the story that dilutes Native American genocide, and celebrates notions of pioneering, settlement, and manifest destiny. These myths reject indigenous intelligence, indigenous land, indigenous humanity, and dare we say, indigenous futures. So instead, today is a day to Celebrate Indigenous Peoples, and it is an important part of our movement— it centers our stories and therefore our resiliency:“Every Native American is a survivor, an anomaly, a surprise on earth. We were all slated for extinction before the march of progress. But surprise, we are progress. “ — Louise Erdrich, from First Person, First PeoplesIn the spirit of celebration, we invite you to listen to Adrienne and Matika discuss the complexity of this issue on our podcast All My Relations; and we encourage you to share it with your friends. If you live in one of 7 states or 130+ cities that has worked to #AbolishColumbusDay, then we applaud you. If you are still in the struggle to rewrite the narrative, we stand with you. ###Special thanks to Teo Shantz for editing and production. Shoutout to Ciara Sana for this beautiful artwork. Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

Feminist Hotdog
FH S2E13: The Limits to Our Justice with Jana Schmieding

Feminist Hotdog

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2019 59:36


If you’re not tuned in to Jana Schmieding and her awesome podcast Woman of Size, you’re missing out. Jana is a comedian, writer, educator, and artist with a talent for getting to the heart of why we need to expand our vision of justice. She is also a Lakota woman who navigates feminism in white and decolonized spaces and has a lot to say about both. We talked about how she uses her platform to advance both Native and fat liberation, dug into the distinctions between body positivity and fat positivity, and celebrated the badassery of Wilma Mankiller. (P.S. Check out her essay in the new YA book The Other F Word!)Stuff We Talked About on This EpisodeWoman of Size podcasthttps://www.womanofsize.com (https://www.womanofsize.com)Woman of Size on Instagram (@womanofsizepod)https://www.instagram.com/womanofsizepod/ (https://www.instagram.com/womanofsizepod/)Check out Jana’s beadwork here! (@janaunplgd)https://www.instagram.com/janaunplgd/ (https://www.instagram.com/janaunplgd/)All My Relations podcasthttps://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com (https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com)Native Appropriations bloghttp://nativeappropriations.com (http://nativeappropriations.com)"Stop Apologizing, Start Thanking"https://medium.com/ (https://medium.com/)@severinevct/stop-apologizing-start-thanking-9dd000236fdf"Stop Saying 'Sorry' and Say 'Thank You' Instead"https://www.boredpanda.com/stop-saying-sorry-say-thank-you-comic-yao-xiao/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic (https://www.boredpanda.com/stop-saying-sorry-say-thank-you-comic-yao-xiao/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=organic)Mankillerhttps://www.pbs.org/show/mankiller/ (https://www.pbs.org/show/mankiller/)The Other F Wordhttps://diversebooks.org/qa-with-angie-manfredi-the-other-f-word/ (https://diversebooks.org/qa-with-angie-manfredi-the-other-f-word/) Support this podcast

Life Can Change In A Moment
Moving On To Something New Doesn’t Mean You’ve Failed with Kai Brown

Life Can Change In A Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2019 52:31


After knowing Kai Brown for only a few months, Dr. Larry had experienced a break up that Kai had helped him through. Kai and Debbie Nova came together to create a song that captured something they were both looking for and really resonated with Dr. Larry. [5:15] Kai moved to the US from Australia in 2005 with only a suitcase and a guitar. He landed in Dallas and was lucky enough to find a mentor that helped him develop into the musician he is now. [7:20] Prior to moving to the states Kai was in a band that fell apart. They had jobs and girlfriends and other commitments so they weren’t willing to take the chance that Kai was. One of Kai’s goals was to surround himself with some of the best musicians in the world which was why he traveled to the US. [8:30] Before writing the song Kai moved to California with his girlfriend and fell in love with the area. He lived for a couple of years in San Diego and then moved to Los Angeles, eventually making his way to Venice. As an artist, you are trying to reinvent yourself all the time, being around like-minded people is crucial to the process. [10:45] Debbie came into the picture through some mutual friends and they started to explore the writing process. Writing a song with someone can basically be impossible if there’s no chemistry between them, but with Debbie, the flow clicked almost immediately. They ended up creating that song the first time they met in only two hours. [14:30] Kai grew up with American folk rock music whereas Debbie has more of a Latin vibe. The song they wrote together was a fusion of both styles that wouldn’t have been possible with just one perspective. Kai tried recording the song on his own but quickly realized that it wasn’t working without Debbie. [18:30] Debbie had already found success in Costa Rica so when the song started getting some traction it ended up on the radio there with people assuming it was her new single. After climbing the charts to the number one song in Costa Rica Kai invited Debbie to his shows and they started singing the song together. [20:50] Music is the fabric that is the connection within our culture, it means so much to people in so many different ways. Going to Costa Rica and seeing the way their song had impacted people’s lives helped him realize how powerful music can be. Music is a universal language that touches people in a way that’s not possible with basic communication. [21:30] The success of the song was an affirmation of his journey. Up until that point, Kai wasn’t sure he had done the right thing in pursuing his dream of music. He realized that making a difference and connecting with people is one of the most special experiences you can have in your life. [22:40] A lot of the creation of the magic in songwriting is staying out of your own subconscious. For Kai, the lyrics meant something along the lines of holding the people you love close but also stepping out of what’s comfortable to find new homes. The subconscious is powerful if you can get out of the way. It’s also impossible to control, you just have to show up. [27:30] You should be creating whatever it is that’s yours because it’s your calling and passion, not because you want to chase likes and public approval. The punk rock ethos of dedication to the craft for the sake of the craft has been central to Kai’s life. [29:20] Kai tries not to attach anything to his music beyond intention. The success of the song was due to good timing and luck, not because it was planned that way. Your job as a creative is to make people’s lives meaningful, attaching success to it is the wrong reason. If you are connecting who you are to whether or not people like what you’re doing, you’re going to have a pretty disappointing life. [32:35] Kai started playing music because it was something he loved, but somewhere along the line, it started to feel like a job. When iTunes and Spotify came around he couldn’t make a living with his music anymore. He loved music too much to grow to hate it, now he has a business creating embroidered denim jackets. [40:00] Sometimes we ignore signs when they come to us because we are dogmatic about our identity. It took time for Kai to realize that he can be more than just a musician. Fast forward to today, there are plenty of artists that are multi-disciplined and have multiple streams of income. [42:20] Kai had to change his limiting beliefs about who he was. He had to understand that the way we communicate and how technology has changed society meant that he could be more than a one-dimensional person. He also had to realize that just because he was transitioning from something, that didn’t mean that he was a failure. Kai performed his last show for the Dalai Lama which was very appropriate for that moment in his life. [45:10] To learn his new business Kai took the same mindset he had with his music and packed up his life and moved to Seattle. He found a mentor with an understanding of what he was trying to do and now, a few years later, Kai has a thriving business making denim jackets for people. [47:30] American vintage clothing was a unique time in American history. Clothing is not manufactured the same way today, which is one of the reasons that Kai works so much in Japan. The Japanese are very focused on quality and also happen to be obsessed with vintage American denim. [48:50] Kai has a mission to create beautiful things for people who will appreciate them and are interested in them. The most precious thing we have is time, which is why Kai tries to buy himself as much time as possible. [49:45] For Kai his biggest challenge is balancing between work and life and knowing when it’s time to step away. [50:45] Kai is working on several projects for Japan at the moment, putting together some new music as well as a design podcast that will be launched in the next year or so.     All My Relations @allmy_relations on InstagramTake Me To Your Heart

The Final Straw Radio
There Is No Liberation Until The Borders Are Gone: Bruno from CIMA and Members of IAF Speak

The Final Straw Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2019 76:28


There Is No Liberation Until The Borders Are Gone: Bruno from CIMA and Members of IAF Speak This week we are super pleased to share an interview that William did a few weeks ago with two members of the Indigenous Anarchist Federation, Bombshell and insurgent e! We got to talk about a lot of topics in this episode, which was recorded on about the year anniversary of the formation of the Indigenous Anarchist Federation. Bombshell and insurgent e talked about their histories as anarchist people, about the formation of this Federation, what true decolonization of anarchism could look like, and about the upcoming Indigenous Anarchist Convergence which is happening from August 16th-18th in Kinlani, Navajo land, occupied Flagstaff AZ, plus many other topics! I really appreciated getting to connect with Bombshell and e, hearing their words on the topics at hand, and also really appreciated their patience with me as I stumbled thru my sentences with them. To learn more about them you can follow them on Twitter, where they post active updates, news, and analysis @IAF_FAI or go to their website iaf-fai.org where they post more in depth articles about Indigenous struggle all around the world. If you do the Twitter follows, just note that there is an active fake account that is attempting to badmouth and discredit the work of the IAF, and this account has the handle @fai-mujer; their interventions have been confusing to followers of the IAF in the past. To see a full account of this situation, plus of course many more topics that are like not about internet trolls but are about the work, you can visit them at iaf-fai.org! To learn more about the Convergence, to register, and for tips for outsider participation, you can visit taalahooghan.org. If in listening to this you are curious about whose land you were born on or live on, a fantastic resource for this is native-land.ca which provides a world wide map, insofar as it's possible, of indigenous lands and the names of their people spanning thousands of miles. For more great interviews with members of IAF, including words from Bad Salish Girl and Green City: Rev Left Radio Coffee With Comrades   A list of recommendations from B and e: -Do some digging and research to find a bunch of recent authors who have done the work to center Indigenaity and decolonization, -read the complete works of Cutcha Risling Baldy on Decolonized and Indigenous Feminism, -Talk to and listen to Indigenous people, do the necessary research to not ask folks to perform unnecessary emotional labor. Books: Open Veins of Latin America by Eduardo Galeano (en Espanol Las Venas Abiertas de América Latina) Indigenous Peoples History of the United States by Roxane Dunbar-Ortiz 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus by Charles C. Mann Our History Is The Future by Nick Estes 500 Years of Indigenous Resistance by Gord Hill Some good podcasts, recommended by William of TFS, from Indigenous folks, while not being politically anarchist identified are good to listen to! All My Relations by Matika Wilbur and Adrienne Keene While Indigenous by the NDN Collective Stay tuned next week for an interview with Kanahus Manuel, a Secwepemc woman fighting a pipeline thru her lands in so called BC! CIMA Speaks about ICE Raids But first up Bursts spoke with Bruno Hinojosa Ruiz of the local immigrants advocacy group, CIMA, about the threatened raids by ICE and  CPB, ways for folks to get plugged in wherever they are with defending  their communities and helping those most targeted and strengthening our  bonds. More about CIMA can be found online by searching C I M A W N C on  facebook or at their site cimawnc.org. After the conversation,  Bursts learned that there's a wiki page that's compiling ICE offices and companies profiting from Immigrations police and Border Patrol. That  wiki can be found and added to at https://trackingice.com/wiki/Main_Page   Rest In Power, Willem In related news to the ramping up of ICE repression of people around the so-called US, protests, sit-ins and sabotages of profiteers have been on the rise. Much of this can be tracked by visiting https://itsgoingdown.org/closethecamps/. Of note, in Asheville someone claimed responsibility for damaging an atm owned by PNC and claiming it anonymously on IGD. Also, on Saturday, July 13th, a 69 year old, northwest anarchist named Willem Van Spronsen was gunned down by authorities outside of the North West Detention Center in Tacoma, WA while attempting to destroy buses used by GEO group to transport detainees to and from the center. Willem was allegedly armed with a rifle and was attempting to arson the buses when pigs opened fire and ended his life. There's a statement by a local group focused on shutting down the facility, La Resistencia, up on fedbook and linked in our show notes. We're sorry to lose you, Willem, but proud of your motivation.  . ... . .. playlist pending

Spirits
131: Myth Movie Night - Harry and the Hendersons

Spirits

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2019 50:21


Harry and the Hendersons, OR A Man Comes to Terms with His Toxic Masculinity by Adding a Cryptid to His Family, OR What If We Were the Monsters All Along? We have some very existential thoughts about an 80’s bigfoot romp, but really, would it be a Spirits episode if we didn’t? This week, Amanda recommends All My Relations. Content Warning: This episode contains conversations about guns, hunting, fad diets, and tense parental relationships.   Live Show Get tickets to our Bell House performance NOW at multitude.productions/live!   Sponsors - Stitch Fix is an online personal styling service that finds and delivers clothes, shoes, and accessories to fit your body, budget, and lifestyle. Get started at stitchfix.com/spirits for 25% off when you keep your whole box! - Skillshare is an online learning community where you can learn—and teach—just about anything. Visit skillshare.com/spirits2 to get two months of Skillshare Premium for free! This week Amanda recommends “Hand-Lettering for Beginners.” - ThirdLove is on a mission to find a perfect bra for everyone. Get 15% off your first order at thirdlove.com/spirits.   Find Us Online If you like Spirits, help us grow by spreading the word! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Goodreads. You can support us on Patreon to unlock bonus Your Urban Legends episodes, director’s commentaries, custom recipe cards, and so much more. Transcripts are available at spiritspodcast.com/episodes. To buy merch, hear us on other podcasts, contact us, find our mailing address, or download our press kit, head on over to SpiritsPodcast.com.   About Us Spirits was created by Julia Schifini, Amanda McLoughlin and Eric Schneider. We are founding members of Multitude, a production collective of indie audio professionals. Our music is "Danger Storm" by Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com), licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0.

All My Relations Podcast
Ep #8: Native Fashion

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2019 55:28


All My Relations talks story with two of our favorite fashionable friends: artist extraordinaire Jamie Okuma (Lisueño and Shoshone Bannock) and scholar/fashion entrepreneur Dr. Jessica Metcalfe (Turtle Mountain Chippewa). Listen in as we venture into their journeys through the Native fashion world and what it means to them to represent for their communities through fashion and design. Jessica often says, “Our ancestors were stylish,” so what are the ways we can represent our identities through what we choose to wear? Beyond Buckskin Boutique: shop.beyondbuckskin.comJamie Okuma: Jokuma.comSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

All My Relations Podcast
Ep #7: Native Appropriations

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2019 59:30


In this episode, All My Relations explores the topic of cultural appropriation—it’s become such a buzzword, but what is it, really? Adrienne and Matika care deeply about Native representation, and talk constantly about this subject. Here, you'll have the opportunity to listen into that conversation, as we reveal our feelings about the infamous white savior photographer Edward S. Curtis, Halloween, answer listener questions, and more. Appropriators beware. Resources: Adrienne’s blog: Nativeappropriations.com (300+ posts to help with the appropriation convos)“Why Tonto Matters”: https://nativeappropriations.com/2012/03/why-tonto-matters.htmlMatika’s Edward Curtis post: https://lrinspire.com/2018/05/08/edward-s-curtis-again-by-matika-wilbur/Send us a voicemail of how you say “All My Relations” in your language! https://www.allmyrelationspodcast.com/contactSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

KILTER&MINT
Shayla Stonechild - story & sacredness

KILTER&MINT

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2019 61:33


On this episode, I’m joined by Shayla Stonechild, TV host, yoga instructor and workshop facilitator. Shayla shares the intimacy of healing the now and using the power of the present to heal the past. Shayla opens up about what it means to be a Stonechild, her personal experiences with systemic racism and the force that is indigenous matriarchy. We discuss the power of individual and collective reconciliation, cultural appropriation in the health and wellness scene and spiritual materialism. Show notes: @shayla0h All My Relations Podcast article: how to be an ally to native americans indigenous people

All My Relations Podcast
Ep #5: Decolonizing Sex

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2019 43:24


Join us for a second discussion with Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Dr. Kim Tallbear on All My Relations. We'll explore Kim's “life project” of critical polyamory, her journey through feminism, her processes of writing in, with, and for community, and Kim treats us with some of her poetry, the “Critical polyamorist 100s”.AMR so far has explored our relationships between community, land, food, and kin. Now we have a chance to dive into what it means to be in good relation with other humans (on a sexual and non sexual level), while maintaining and balancing our responsibilities to our other relations, and questioning a hierarchy that places human relations first. Kim is never “single,” she is always in committed relationships with human and non-human relations.Follow us!Kim's Twitter.Matika's Twitter and Instagram.Adrienne's Twitter and Instagram.If you'd like to send us a voicemail visit www.allmyrelationspodcast.com to be featured on our upcoming episodes!Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

All My Relations Podcast
Ep #1: All My Relations & Indigenous Feminism

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2019 50:16


Matika and Adrienne discuss their “origin” stories as Indigenous women, bloggers, and storytellers— revealing the intimacies of their friendship, the inception and goals of the All My Relations Podcast, and their relationships to feminism.Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

Talk Music Talk with boice
TMT 176: Cochemea

Talk Music Talk with boice

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2019 41:08


At the center of a sea of percussionists stands the glorious saxophone of Cochemea on his new album, All My Relations (Daptone Records). It's a celebration of jazz and the rhythms of Cochemea’s indigenous background. The California-native conceived of the project (along with Daptone’s Gabe Roth) during Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings’ final year of touring. Cochemea spent nearly 15 years as a Dap-King until Jones’ 2016 passing. This episode features “Al-Mutasim” from All My Relations in its entirety. Purchase All My Relations on Bandcamp from Daptone Records: https://cochemea.bandcamp.com                        STREAM/SUBSCRIBE ON SPOTIFY:                           http://bit.ly/TMTspotify SUBSCRIBE ON SOUNDCLOUD:                 https://soundcloud.com/thisisboice TMT APP FOR iPHONE: http://bit.ly/TMTappiOS TMT APP FOR ANDROID: http://bit.ly/TMTappANDROID SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES: http://bit.ly/TalkMusicTalk SUBSCRIBE ON GOOGLE PLAY: http://bit.ly/TMTgoogleplay Please take a moment to leave a rating and/or review in the store. It helps increase the ranking of the podcast and exposes TMT to a new audience. Thanks! Liz (The Talk Music Talk Theme)-FULL VERSION Written and Composed on an iPad by boice. https://soundcloud.com/thisisboice/liz-talk-music-talk-theme   SURVEY It would be greatly appreciated if you would take a moment to fill out this brief demographic survey. It will be used solely to help me select advertisers/sponsors for Talk Music Talk to offset the cost to produce the podcast i.e. audio editor, podcast host, traveling to guests to record. It should take less than a minute of your time. Thanks!                                                                                                                                                                                                    http://www.talkmusictalk.com/survey

Monday Morning Critic Podcast
(Episode 59) "Dances With Wolves" Actor: Tantoo Cardinal.

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2018 44:46


Actress Tantoo Cardinal, a Member of the Order of Canada, one of the country's highest civilian honors. The Order of Canada recognizes Cardinal for her contributions to the growth and development of Aboriginal performing arts in Canada.Arguably the most widely recognized Native Actress of her generation; Tantoo has appeared in numerous plays, television programs, and films, including Legends of the Fall, Dances With Wolves, Black Robe, Loyalties, Luna, Spirit of the Whale, Unnatural & Accidental, Marie-Anne, Sioux City, Silent Tongue, Mother's & Daughter's and Smoke Signals. Recent work includes the films Eden, Maina, Shouting Secrets and From Above.Her stirring performance in Loyalties earned her a Genie nomination, American Indian Film Festival Best Actress Award, the People's choice Award at the Toronto Film Festival, plus Best Actress Awards at International Film Festivals in Zimbabwe and Portugal.Cardinal was just honored with the 2015 ACTRA Award of Excellence, other honors include Best Actress - Elizabeth Sterling Award in Theatre for All My Relations, First Americans in the Arts Totem Award for her portrayal of the character Katrina in Widows at the Forum Stage in Los Angeles. She won the American Indian Film Festival's Best Actress Award as well as the first Rudy Martin Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Native American in Film for Where the Rivers Flow North, a Gemini Award for North of 60 and a Leo Award for Blackstone.Her television credits include recurring roles on the series: Blackstone, The Killing, Arctic Air, Strange Empire,The Guard, North of 60, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, The Lightening Field, Street Legal, The Campbell's, Gunsmoke, Tom Stone, Myth Quest, Lonesome Dove and Renegade Press.com. MOW's include Full Flood, The Englishman's Boy, Dreamkeeper and the PBS documentary Nobody's Girls.For her contributions to the Native Artistic community, Cardinal won the Eagle Spirit Award. She has also been honored with the MacLeans' magazine Honor Roll as Actress of the Year, the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Toronto Women in Film and Television, an International Women in Film Award for her lasting contribution to the arts, and induction to the CBC/Playback Hall of Fame. Meet: Tantoo Cardinal.

Mike Goldman On The Mike
Rockstar Fashion

Mike Goldman On The Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2017 65:13


Kai Brown is an accomplished musician who has rocked the USA for the last 10 years. Theres a great track at the end of this podcast called "Waters Fine" and a taste of the song "Big Moon Rising" as well. When he's not pumping out the hits he is designing and creating these incredible denim designs for his company All My Relations. First 20 mins is the fashion and the rest is stories on Rock N Roll. Enjoy Kai Brown and please subscribe on iTunes. If you're feeling generous please sponsor us on patreon.com/onthemike to help us pay to make this show :) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Star Nations Radio Network
Gathering Thunder Foundation and Walking the Red Road of Life Radio Shows - June

Star Nations Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2016 92:00


June 5, 2016 Gathering Thunder Foundation Radio Show @ 7:30 PM EST Please join Gathering Thunder Foundation president, Denise Iwaniw as she discusses the latest and upcoming GTF events and updates. It is going to be an important 30 minute conversation so be sure to join us.  www.GatheringThunderFoundation.org Walking The Red Road of Life Radio Show @ 8 PM EST The Meaning of All My Relations - What does All My Relations really mean? All My Relations more than a rhetorical quote it is a way of life. Join Denise and Neshi for a deeply spiritual discussion about All My Relations.  Please view our Disclaimer for our radio programming. www.starnations.org