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RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Amos Roach tells the story of the seasons

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 18:40


Amos Roach is an award-winning musician, dancer and director. He's been working with the Melbourne International Jazz Festival and the Australian Art Orchestra in their inaugural First Nations artist residency program. In the Drawing Room, he talks about the six seasons that influenced his new work and playing music with his family.

Hack
The Shakeup: The PM's texts, voter ID and launching relationships on social media

Hack

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 30:00


It's the Shake Up and we're talking… Opposition leader Anthony Albanese accusing the PM of lying about his 2019 trip to Hawaii, proposed voter ID laws excluding young Aussies and First Nations people, and announcing relationships on social media. Join Hack's Avani Dias with former Bachelor contestant and host of the politics podcast 'In the House and In the Senate' Alisha Aitken-Radburn, and influencer Christian Wilkins.

The Current
First Nations say they were forgotten in B.C. floods, and are struggling to find help now

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 21:42


As the devastating floods in B.C. recede, we hear from First Nations who say they were abandoned even as officials knew a disaster was incoming, and are struggling to find help now. Matt Galloway talks to Chief Marcel Shackley of the Nooaitch Indian Band; and Chief Terry Teegee, regional chief for the B.C. Assembly of First Nations.

Up is Down Podcast
Ep 116: The End Is The Beginning

Up is Down Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 95:40


Greetings to the living. Thank you for tuning in to the Up Is Down podcast and double-plus-good thank you to all who support this work. In today's episode I share a few things about the current state of Australia in the northern territories. A lot going on down under it seems, and definitely something to pay attention to.Following that I share some pieces from some of the finest gentlemen in my toolbox.There's a lot to think about in this episode and I hope you find it useful and valuable. I know I do.R E L E V A N T L I N K S:Australia Stuff on Twitter:twitter.com/UK__Citizen/status/1463439160782561283?s=20Michael Gunner Chief Minister of Northern Territories: https://twitter.com/FreedomIsrael_/status/1462759448309641220?s=20Max Igan: youtube.com/channel/UCytWPg15z23p1QGMp_vCUVwThe Crow House: www.bitchute.com/channel/tj99AwcN3zlH/Alan Watts: www.youtube.com/results?search_query=alan+watts***Executive Producer for Ep 116***Steve FoxTerri Bear***Associate Exec. Producer Ep 116***Preston Isaacson+++T H A N K Y O U A L L S O M U C H+++((((S U P P O R T THE S H O W))))https://paypal.me/frankenbones?locale.x=en_USBitCoinCash BCH: qzgwfjeu5vp634h84zzurw8kdah5j3cuxg8daq6qrk. Venmo: @Dean-Reiner-1YOU (OR YOUR BANK) CAN SEND A CHECK for ANY AMOUNT TO:P.O. BOX 354345 Westfield StreetSilverton, OR 97381(you can even go so far as to schedule recurring, sustaining donations with your own bill pay services via your bank and by doing this you cut out the paypal/mastercard middlemen who charge fees and take a cut for themselves)CONSIDER SUPPORTING THIS WORK BY ACQUIRING SOME ORIGINAL ART THROUGH THE GALLERY SHOP AT deanreiner.comVALUE-FOR-VALUE: Consider the value you have for yourself as a free person with the ability to think for yourself. Next, consider the value you received from this production. Then consider the money value you'd place on that value and consider returning that value in the form of a donation to this production. You can decide for yourself what amount feels right for you. You don't need a PayPal account, just the generosity and will to support something you value and believe in. It all helps. This work is enjoyable but not easy, it takes time and costs money. Your support is needed and highly appreciated.https://paypal.me/frankenbones?locale.x=en_USBitCoinCash BCH: qzgwfjeu5vp634h84zzurw8kdah5j3cuxg8daq6qrk. Venmo: @Dean-Reiner-1A GREAT WAY TO SUPPORT THIS WORK IS TO PURCHASE SOME OF MY ARTWORK. BY DOING THIS YOU NOT ONLY SUPPORT ME AND THE SHOW BUT YOU ALSO HAVE SOMETHING TO SHOW FOR IT THAT IS BEAUTIFUL, ORIGINAL AND MADE BY MY OWN HANDS. I DO NOT PRODUCE OR ENDORSE CLEVER MERCH MADE BY FORCED VACCINATED SLAVES IN FACTORIES FAR AWAY. THAT IS NOT WHAT LIBERTY LOOKS LIKE.You can browse some of the art here: deanreiner.comFollow me on them Twitters: @upisdownpodcastEmail me at upisdownpodcast@gmail.comYou will never find me on Youtube, they'd shut me down instantly, and it's only a matter of time before the podcast platform and hosting services become as compromised as the mainstream media. I will never accept sponsorships that require me to try and sell you bullshit products you not only don't need, but likely cannot afford anyway. I believe that Value-For-Value is indeed the future of free speech and expression, as anything else has already proved itself to be more than compromised at all levels; you can actually just sit back and watch monetized platforms disintegrate each and every day. That cannot happen with Value-For-Value, because only YOU decide what's valuable and only YOU decide how that is determined and returned. Now that's power!Of course you can always listen (and donate) at:deanreiner.comS U B S C R I B ED O N A T ED O W N L O A DR E P O S TS H A R EC O M M E N TS U P P O R TS U P P O R TS U P P O R TR A T E / R E V I E WE M A I L upisdownpodcast@gmail.comdeanreiner.com for more art and support optionshttps://paypal.me/frankenbones?locale.x=en_UST H A N K Y O U F O R L I S T E N I N GThis podcast contains copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. It is being made available in an effort to advance the understanding of society, economics and social engineering. It is believed that this constitutes a ‘fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and education purposes.

The 2020 Network
Everyday Reconciliation: Understanding Intervention

The 2020 Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 49:34


Colonialism isn't yet in Canada's rear-view mirror, especially for the First Nations of this land. Government intervention in First Nations' governance and administration is a modern reality, and has wide-reaching effects in Indigenous communities. On this episode of Everyday Reconciliation, host Elin Miller speaks with Grand Chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, Arlen Dumas, about his experience growing up on-reserve, understanding what it means for communities to be in “co-management”, and his optimism for the future of Indigenous sovereignty.Everyday Reconciliation is presented by Rio Tinto.

SBS World News Radio
AM Bulletin 25 November 2021

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 6:01


In this bulletin, Indigenous leaders urge the government to work with First Nations people to contain the Northern Territory's COVID outbreak; Germany set to have a new coalition government; And in sport, the AFL draft begins for the 2022 season.

West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy
West Coast Cookbook and Speakeasy - Tarrytown Chowder Tuesdays 23 Nov 21

West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 62:28


West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy is Now Open! 8am-9am PT/ 11am-Noon ET for our especially special Daily Special; Tarrytown Chowder Tuesdays!Starting off in the Bistro Cafe, the Roger Stone and Alex Jones “subpoenas make clear that a significant number of public figures in Trump's orbit were at the very least aware that something was going to happen after that January 6 rally by Donald Trump. The question is: what?”Then, on the rest of the menu, the Biden administration is investing $1.5 billion in a healthcare workforce; the New York Times urged a judge to restore its constitutionally-protected freedom to cover the conservative dirty tricks group Project Veritas; and, Mississippi lost its Supreme Court water fight with Tennessee.After the break, we move to the Chef's Table where two journalists have been released from custody after being arrested while covering police brutality against First Nation pipeline protesters in northern British Columbia; and, the upcoming Interpol election, that includes authoritarian candidates, raises human rights concerns about fair policing. All that and more, on West Coast Cookbook & Speakeasy with Chef de Cuisine Justice Putnam.Bon Appétit!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~`“As I ate the oysters with their strong taste of the sea and their faint metallic taste that the cold white wine washed away, leaving only the sea taste and the succulent texture, and as I drank their cold liquid from each shell and washed it down with the crisp taste of the wine, I lost the empty feeling and began to be happy and to make plans.” - Ernest Hemingway "A Moveable Feast"~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Show Notes & Links: https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/11/23/2065836/-West-Coast-Cookbook-amp-Speakeasy-Daily-Special-Tarrytown-Chowder-Tuesdays

Hack
Chaos in Canberra

Hack

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 30:00


It's the last sitting week of parliament for the year, and things are a bit chaotic with fights over the Religious Discrimination Bill, mandatory vaccinations and a federal anti-corruption commission. Meanwhile the government also put forward a controversial bill to make it compulsory for people to show IDs when casting a vote. But the requirement risks excluding young Aussies and First Nations people. There are concerns for one of China's most popular tennis players, Peng Shuai, after she levelled allegations of sexual assault against a top government official on social-media. Plus, NASA will launch a mission to deliberately slam into an asteroid, in a bid to test the solar system's gravitational forces. Live guests: Sophie Johnston, National Youth Commissioner Fergus Ryan, Australian Strategic Policy Institute Dr Brad Tucker, astrophysicist

Lady-Land
Grace Lillian Lee & TJ Cowlishaw - First Nations Fashion & Design

Lady-Land

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 37:20


Grace and TJ are the brains behind First Nations Fashion and Design, a not-for-profit organisation that creates opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people within the fashion industry. They made history at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week in 2021 as the first ever indigenous show to be part of the fashion week program.   You'll learn:   How their runway show generated 65% of all Fashion Week media coverage, reaching over 77 million people.  How they pulled off AAFW with just 4 months to prepare   How they make their business partnership work when they live on opposite sides of the country  How it's taken over a decade of hard work and resilience to get to where they are  Why their impact drives every single decision they make     Find us at www.ladybrains.com.au   Follow us on Instagram @lady.brains  Chat to us in the Facebook group, the lady-brains clubhouse   Have a sweet business idea but unsure if it has potential? Sign up for the free 'Idea Validation Mini Course' here. 

Earthkeepers: A Circlewood Podcast on Creation Care and Spirituality
Becoming Rooted: Randy Woodley on His New Book of Daily Reflections

Earthkeepers: A Circlewood Podcast on Creation Care and Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 44:33


            In this episode we talk with Randy Woodley about his new book, Becoming Rooted: One Hundred Days of Reconnecting with Sacred Earth.  Randy and his wife Edith lead Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice, and their work touches the lives of Native people and non-Native people alike. As Randy points out, everyone has indigenous connections to some place in the world. One of the core purposes of his new book is to help people to discover their own indigenous roots, even as they seek to learn from the Native people wherever they now live. Becoming Rooted: One Hundred Days of Reconnecting with Sacred Earth            You can order this book anywhere, but we suggest that you do so at www.randywoodley.com and click on new books. There you'll find an option to order the book in such a way that a percentage of purchase goes to support Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice. You can pre-order your copy now to receive it right away when it is released on January 4th. If you are interested in reading the book in a group guided by Randy, find out how to join it on his Facebook page called Randy Woodley Author.Guest:Randy Woodley - author, speaker, activist, scholarNew Book: Becoming Rooted: One Hundred Days of Reconnecting with Sacred EarthHighly recommended by and for all Earthkeepers: Shalom and the Community of CreationEloheh Indigenous Center for Earth JusticeRandy's author page on FacebookThe Harmony Tree - Randy's children's book Mentions:James Baldwin quote: "history trapped in people" is from Notes of a Native Son (1955)Celtic spirituality Keywords: Indigenous, Native American, First Nations, earth-centered spirituality, Celtic, kindom, harmony way, eloheh

The Current
Indigenous lawyer Bruce McIvor on the problem with reconciliation — and how to fix it

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 23:53


Bruce McIvor is one of Canada's most prominent Indigenous lawyers; he's spent decades defending the legal rights of his First Nations clients. He joins us to discuss his new book Standoff: Why Reconciliation Fails Indigenous People and How to Fix It.

Artist Decoded
#218: Chris Hopkins - "From Legendary Illustrator To Museum Exhibited Artist"

Artist Decoded

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 93:29


After a high profile career designing, drawing and painting images for movie poster art in Hollywood — Return of the Jedi, Labyrinth, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom — Chris now feels driven to produce works which celebrate compelling stories of American perseverance — the Tuskegee Airmen, First Nations peoples of America's Pacific Northwest, and the Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during WWII. It's been an unusual career path, to say the least. Chris was a star on the Southern Oregon College wrestling team when he dropped out in 1974 rather than bow to the inevitable pressure to become a high school wrestling coach. He loaded up his '68 sky blue Camaro and hit the road, picking up jobs from southern California to Montana and living out of his car. After he ran out of gas in Boise, Idaho, he settled there for a year and a half and worked as a bouncer at the Bronco Hut (the college bar where he met his wife), a lift operator at a ski resort, and as an utterly unqualified counselor at a home shelter for troubled boys. All the time he created art — drawing behind the bar, sculpting unflattering portraits of ski resort personnel, and carving the bar's Billy club into a more appealing shape. Chris' older brother convinced him he'd soon be too old for this bohemian, aimless lifestyle and that he might want to apply to the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. He put together a crude portfolio, submitted an application and remembers “it surprised the crap out of me when I was actually accepted”. In the middle of the college program, Chris still hadn't figured out a painting system that he liked, so one weekend he locked himself in a room and refused to come out until he'd conquered it. In 1979, he graduated from Art Center with honors. A diploma from art school, so what next? Pouring and finishing concrete for foundations, walkways, driveways and most everything else that required concrete until he heard that legendary illustrators Charles White III and David Willardson were starting a studio and looking for young talent. Chris' persistence paid off and he was hired. After months of sketching he was finally assigned to paint the marquee art for The Mountain Men. Soon afterwards he discovered the airbrush and the whole process became fun, especially incorporating brushwork with airbrush techniques. He painted the clouds, skies, and water all from his Pacific Northwest childhood memories, and was known as The Sky King, a tribute to his unmatched ability to paint natural backgrounds After four years, Chris left Willardson and White ready for his next challenge — painting people. Yes, he learned to do that, too painting and drawing the comprehensive and finished poster and magazine promotional art for Return of the Jedi, Peggy Sue Got Married, Labyrinth, The Abyss, and who could forget the portrait of the studly Harrison Ford on the Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom theatrical advance poster art? In 1988 he picked up his family and relocated to the state of Washington where he's once again tackled a new, but classic, technique. Now he's brush-painting stories of American perseverance. Show Notes: Chris's early job experiences Working for Charles White III and David Willardson Traveling as an artist for the Air Force Chris's revolutionary work with airbrushes Painting the Tuskegee Airmen and The Japanese Incarceration “Hidden Heroes: The Nisei Soldiers of WWII” Future exhibitions Resilience www.artistdecoded.com www.chrishopkinsart.com www.instagram.com/chrishopkinsart

Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories
Lessons from First Nations people with Sanjay Rawal

Plant Proof - Plant Based Nutrition & Inspirational Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 90:14


In Episode #177 I sit down with filmmaker Sanjay Rawal to talk about his film Gather which documents the growing movement among Native Americans to reclaim their spiritual, political and cultural identities through food sovereignty.We cover:- The story behind Sanjay's documentary ‘Gather'- What has led Sanjay to where he is today- The evolution of the food system and how it has affected indigenous communities- The exploitation of the natural environment in the United States by European settlers in the 1850s- The difference between Bison and Buffalo- Regenerative agriculture- Decentralising food production- Separating food systems from capitalism- Walmart and other major companies profiting off cheap labour and exploiting the environment- Paying attention to the food we eat and its environmental impact- Buying food locally and the importance of what you eat- The risk of losing Native American wisdom- The current state of Native Americans- The descendants of settlers and their relationship with Native Americans today- The lack of awareness of Native American history- Reparations and giving land back- What was shocking to Sanjay about his film ‘Gather'- How we can support Native Americansand much moreResources:Gather the filmSanjay Rawal on InstagramDonate to support First Nations people via the non for profit First Nations Development InstituteWant to support the show?If you are enjoying the Plant Proof podcast a great way to support the show is by leaving a review on the Apple podcast app. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes.It's also helpful to subscribe on Apple Podcast app and/or follow on the Spotify Podcast app.Simon Hill, Nutritionist, Sports PhysiotherapistCreator of Plantproof.com and host of the Plant Proof PodcastAuthor of The Proof is in the PlantsConnect with me on Instagram and TwitterDownload my FREE two week meal planDownload my FREE blood test and supplement guides here

Sparta Chicks Radio: Mindset | Confidence | Sport | Women
#173: Dr Anita Heiss - Use Your Voice, Own Your Story, Tell Your Truth

Sparta Chicks Radio: Mindset | Confidence | Sport | Women

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 59:23


I'm delighted to welcome Dr Anita Heiss to Sparta Chicks Radio this week Anita is a proud member of the Wiradjuri Nation of central New South Wales and one of Australia's most prolific and well-known authors.  She has written 18 books including her latest novel, an epic tale called Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray (or River of Dreams). It's also the first time in Australia a commercially published book has used a First Nations language for the title. Anita enjoys eating chocolate, running and being a 'creative disruptor'. Initially, I wanted to talk to Anita to explore her running career and how she uses running as a tool to support herself and her work.  Yet the more research I did, the more I realised I wanted to speak to her about: -  awareness, history and truth-telling,  - the importance of getting comfortable with being uncomfortable and  - the power of using your voice, sharing your story and telling your truth. Get the full show notes for the episode here. — Visit the Sparta Chicks Radio website here  Follow Sparta Chicks Radio on Facebook: facebook.com/SpartaChicks  Follow Anita on Instagram: @dranitaheiss

Analyst Talk With Jason Elder
ACIA - Cliff Aguiar: Leading the way in Law Enforcement

Analyst Talk With Jason Elder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 39:11


Episode: 0014 Title: Cliff Aguiar: Leading the way in Law Enforcement  Release Date:  November 2021 Podcast Writer: Paige Keningale  Theme Song: Wolf Moon- Unicorn Heads.  Voice overs: Dr Susanne Knabe-nicol/ Police Science Dr Podcast Email: podcasts@acia.org.uk  Podcast Webpage: https://www.acia.org.uk/Podcasts ,  https://www.leapodcasts.com/  ACIA Snippet resources: Targeting Knife-Enabled Homicides for Preventive Policing: A Stratified Resource Allocation Model | SpringerLink Other resources: https://ocan.ca/cliff-aguiar/ Podcast Social Media: Twitter: ACIA_org,  LinkedIn: Association of Crime and Intelligence Analysts (UK).  Timings  00:00:17- Introducing Cliff  00:00:48- How Cliff started in Law Enforcement  00:08:41- Being an analyst  00:19:25- Being a Director of OCAN and how this links to linking to silos   00:25:39- The analyst role: where we are, where we are going, where we want to be   Bio: I began my career at York Regional Police in 2008 as a District Crime Analyst serving the regions of Newmarket and Markham and eventually serving as a Crime Analyst for the region of Vaughan and King for four years.  Some of my responsibilities included analyzing data and applying research methods to identify crime patterns and series, modus operandi profiles, victim/target profiles and identifying high crime/call areas or locations where public disorder are likely to occur.  Moreover, the District Crime Analyst forecasts, projects and analyzes crime by conducting correlation and regression analysis and using various investigative analysis software, database programs, statistical calculations and other computer software to determine if crimes are linked.  We are also responsible for identifying and monitoring known criminals/organizations and any potential police hazards within the community.  After years of service in the Districts and embedded with the York communities, I was assigned to the Intelligence Unit where I worked as a strategic analyst while assigned to a variety of organized crime portfolios.  I believe that I am considered a subject matter expert as it relates to Eastern European Organized Crime (EEOC), Organized Distraction Thefts and Fraud Investigations and have several Intelligence Reports that warrant my awareness of these crime types and organizational groups.  I supported 5 different criminal portfolios on a tactical and strategic level inclusive of Fraud, Hold Up, Drugs & Vice and Eastern European Organized Crime (Georgian Organized Crime) understanding principles of organized crime and gang intelligence in Canada.  My functions included developing meticulous linkage analysis charts while producing detailed and referenced strategic intelligence reports.  I also analyzed electronic records meticulously producing reports for investigative practice and disclosure and testified at several trials including delivery testimony in an attempted murder investigation in relation to the movement of the accused parties telephone records and tower locations.  I am also considered well versed in the area of social media analysis with advanced capabilities at discovering identities online while utilizing open source searches and software to manage organizational risk.  In 2009 I was awarded the Crime Analyst of the year award after being nominated by senior officials for his analytical support in several criminal investigations and for exceeding the organizations values with respect to teamwork and accountability.   As a result of my extensive experiences and background, I was asked by senior officials to be seconded to the newly formed Real Time Operations Centre (RTOC) at York Regional Police as a Criminal Intelligence Analyst to assist in creating / developing the crime analyst position.   After a successful eight months of testing, the position was made permanent and I was assigned to create the job posting and assist in the staffing and training of a secondary analyst.   The Real Time Operations Centre analyst is highly tactical, responding to officers live with a variety of requests while triaging the calls for service to seek organization and officer risk in real time.  The position has a strategic component that requires the analyst to ingest criminal information and produce strategic intelligence reports addressing areas of risk including gang intelligence, organized crime, money laundering, terrorism, cyber intelligence, drugs and weapons.    Prior to my service with York Regional Police, I was employed as a Fraud Investigator with several financial institutions while pursuing my honourary bachelor's degree in Criminology from the University of Toronto where I graduated with honours.   Experiences in the financial institutions included investigating skimming files, internal fraud investigations, money laundering investigations and cybercrime.  In addition to these investigative duties, I provided internal training to members of the financial institutions on detecting fraud and created an online forum for recognizing fraud patterns with the intention of providing support for employees to stop fraud at the front end.   I was both nominated and awarded several internal awards at the Royal Bank of Canada and Meridian Credit Union for innovative strategies in combatting crime while championing training and education surrounding fraud mechanisms.  In late 2015 I was invited to assist officials at Seneca College in developing a Bachelor of Criminal Intelligence and Analysis program by reviewing the program map and making recommendations for new courses that would promulgate the course to new levels and provide students with an innovative program designed to reflect current analytical strategies.  Some of the new courses created included Organized Crime in Canada, Gang Intelligence and Social Media Networking and Analysis.  In January 2016 I was then invited to teach Diversity and First Nations to students of the Police Foundations course at Seneca College overseeing approximately 90 students and providing a forum in understanding issues in Diversity (race, gender, sexual orientation) as it is applied in policing as well as exploring First Nation experiences in Canada. I was also the Creator and Co-chair of an Internal Support Network (ISN) at York Regional Police called YRP Pride.   The ISN provides a forum of support for members of the organization an avenue to garner support, feel inclusive, as well as developing external and internal partnerships to champion training and education surrounding issues in LGBTQ policing and Transgendered issues.  In 2016 I founded the organizations first public event hosting members of the community who are transgendered to speak to YRP officers about their experiences and beginning to form open discussions about Transgendered issues.   The ISN is the largest at YRP with over 35 members who oversee attending public events (Pride).  In 2016 the ISN was awarded with an award for “Outstanding Community Service” by PFLAG for maintaining excellent external partnerships with perpetuating positive community member relations. In May of 2020 I was invited by the Ontario Chief Coroner's Office (OCCO) to serve as a crime analyst for Broken Trust - a reinvestigaton of nine sudden deaths in Thunder Bay.  The release for that extraordinary report will be released in 2021 and will serve to invigorate discussions in the policing community.

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
Ep.186: Why this Bruce Lee film has been dubbed in an Aboriginal language - Ep.186: Perché questo film di Bruce Lee è stato doppiato in una lingua aborigena

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 4:58


In a first of its kind - the Bruce Lee classic film Fist of Fury has been dubbed in the Aboriginal language of Noongar-Daa. It is being showcased in language at the Sydney Film Festival, and it's hoped the project will spark new interest in the endangered First-Nations language. - In una prima assoluta, il classico film di Bruce Lee “Dalla Cina con furore” è stato doppiato nella lingua aborigena Noongar-Daa. Il film è stato mostrato al Sydney Film Festival, con la speranza che il progetto accenda nuovo interesse nelle lingue in pericolo di estinzione dei First Nations, i popoli indigeni australiani.

Vacation Mavens
201: Cruising is Back!

Vacation Mavens

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 38:31


Cruising is making a comeback and this week we talk to couples travel and cruising experts Dan and Mikkel Woodruff to learn about their recent cruise experience. About Dan and Mikkel Woodruff Dan and Mikkel are a husband and wife team who write about couples travel and cruising (with a focus on small format cruises) around the world. Their adventures take them as far away as Southeast Asia, to the Arctic Circle in Norway, around the United States and close to home in Raleigh, North Carolina. You can find their travel stories at SometimesSailing.com or SometimesHome.com. What to Expect When Cruising in 2021 and Beyond Norwegian Cruise Lines has announced that it plans to keep its 100 percent vaccination requirement indefinitely The Center for Disease Control has announced that in January it will be lifting cruise requirements and after that the guidelines will be dependent on each cruise line's individual rules During COVID, cruisers should expect to wear masks inside and for capacity to not be at 100 percent, giving a little more elbow room around the ship. Cruises may allow booking at 100 percent capacity, but they aren't yet fully booked. Some countries in Europe may require N95 masks to be worn (and these may be provided by the cruise line.) You will see even more hand sanitizing stations throughout the ship or more hand washing stations, especially on large ships Most cruise lines currently require all adults to be vaccinated and children to be rapid tested prior to boarding. Now that younger children can be vaccinated, this may change. Vaccination is especially required for small ship cruising. Once off the ship, you need to follow local rules. In many European countries you need to show your vaccination card to eat indoors or to enter shops/attractions. Some require both a photo ID and your vaccination card. Make sure you carry your actual vaccination card, because in some places a photo of the card is not acceptable. Cruising feels very safe right now when you know everyone on board is vaccinated and many ships have large scale testing capabilities or even do rapid testing in ports Most cruise lines have plans in place on where you would be housed and quarantined portside if you tested positive while onboard Travel insurance is always a good idea but make sure you understand what is offered through the cruise line and see if you need additional insurance to cover the flights or pre or post-cruise stays The cruise lines have a health and safety tab that outlines exactly what to expect during the cruise If you are departing from a foreign country, make sure you understand the entrance requirements for that country, which may include a negative test and a passenger locator form in addition to a vaccination card. You can also find this information on the embassy website Before booking, make sure you understand the cancelation policies or what would happen if the cruise line had to reschedule your sailing. Many cruise lines are offering Future Travel Credits (FTCs) and some will offer 125% credit if they have to reschedule. When it comes to new ships and itineraries, Kontiki Expeditions is offering a new small ship cruise that will cruise along the coast of Ecuador (not the Galapagos), and will focus strongly on the people and the culture. This is a great cruise to take in the winter because of the location along the equator American Queen Voyages will be cruising the Great Lakes and some of the American rivers like the Snake River and the Mississippi. They are also coming out with expedition ships in Alaska and will be doing the Inside Passage and incorporating First Nations culture The Emerald Azzurra and Sakara super yacht will be sailing in the Red Sea and off the coast of Africa and the Seychelles The Disney Wish megaship is also launching in 2022 The Celebrity Beyond is a new large ship launching in 2022 Virgin Voyages is an adult-only cruise line launching soon Many cruise lines, including small ship cruises are looking to attract multigenerational travelers. A-Rosa is a UK-based small ship cruise line that offers European river cruises and a new ship coming in March 2022 is very focused on families. For more information on small ship cruising, give episode 154 a listen.

Nyctophobia
4-4-4 Pt. 3

Nyctophobia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 19:11


Gail and Jules are determined to enjoy their vacation even as unease follows them into the bath house. The relaxing spa visit leaves their hearts lurching in the dark.Nyctophobia is an anthology blending Eastern and Western folk horror into a unique storytelling experience. Although the stories in this anthology are varied, the dominant theme of Nyctophobia highlights the East and Southeast Asian superstition surrounding the number 4, the number associated with death.Nyctophobia theme: "The Cursed Room" written, arranged, and performed by Tennon. The Riverside Inn Spa music, "Wisdom Tree" was also written, arranged, and performed by TennonSee their work at https://tennon.newgrounds.com/Sound effects (attribution licensees):deerchaser.mp3 b morgantjhttps://freesound.org/people/morgantj/sounds/58569/Nyctophobia Episode 7 444: Bath HouseWritten by Tianyi SkarrxinEdited/produced by Rhys SkarrxinStarring:Cynthia Woods as Gail RidgePaul Arbisi as Jules RidgeMirabel Miscala as Paige McIntyreAmanda Noriko Newman as Dawn MortimerLilyDean ten Eicken as The Narratorand Other voices by Tianyi Skarrxin, Rhys Skarrxin, and LilyDean ten Eicken.Nyctophobia theme: "The Cursed Room" written, arranged, and performed by Tennon. The River's Edge Inn Spa music: "Wisdom Tree" was also written, arranged, and performed by Tennon.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.CW: languageCULTURAL NOTES:Proud Sky Productions acknowledges that the real life inspiration for River's Edge Inn was built on stolen Wabenaki Confederate land. All translations and lore were provided by anonymous tribal representatives and all voice actors playing native roles are from First Nations backgrounds. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Explore - Der National Geographic Podcast
Kanadas Westen: Die Yukon-Tierärztin und das indigene Erbe

Explore - Der National Geographic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 51:43


In Sachen Popularität macht Kanada wohl niemand was vor. Nicht umsonst gilt vielen das zweitgrößte Land der Erde als “das bessere Nordamerika”. Und doch, der lange oft menschenverachtende Umgang mit den indigenen Ureinwohnern wirft immer wieder dunkle Schatten auf das positive Image. Mit der Aufarbeitung dieses Teils seiner Geschichte hat sich Kanada zudem lange schwer getan. Über Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft der Indigenen und speziell der First Nations, die zum großen Teil in den Westprovinzen leben, haben wir mit dem Journalisten und Kanada-Experten Gerd Braune gesprochen. Vorher würden wir Euch aber gerne noch auf einen Ausflug in die Wildnis des kanadischen Nordwestens einladen. Unsere Reiseführerin im sagenumwobenen Yukon Territorium: keine geringere als Dr. Michelle Oakley, dem einen oder der anderen vielleicht bekannt aus der National Geographic Wild Serie “Die Yukon-Tierärztin”. Mit Dr. Oakley tauchen wir tief ein in eine Welt, die gleichsam rau wie wunderschön und einzigartig ist. Also, hört mit uns die Wölfe heulen, erfahrt alles über die forty below rule und lernt sie kennen, die EinwohnerInnen dieses einzigartigen Ortes. Die menschlichen wie die tierischen…

The Scoop Cricket Podcast
Celebrating culture with Hannah Darlington and Anika Leaoryd and the run to finals

The Scoop Cricket Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 41:14


The final week of the regular WBBL|07 season is set to be a special one with the inaugural Big Bash First Nations round taking place across Adelaide and Mackay. To celebrate the occasion, proud Indigenous women and Sydney Thunder young guns Hannah Darlington (Kamilaroi) and Anika Leaoryd (Gumaynggirr) join hosts laura Jolly and Emily Collin to talk about the significance of a First Nations round and the impact it will have on young aspiring Indigneous cricketers around the country. Also on the show is resident expert Kristen Beams to chat through all the big talking points leading into the finals series - including the big questions swirling around the Sydney Sixers as they look set to miss the WBBL Finals for the third straight season.

First Voices Radio
11/14/21 - Joe Pitawanakwat

First Voices Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 58:17


Joe Pitawanakwat joins Tiokasin Ghosthorse for the full hour of this episode. Joe is Ojibway from Wiikwemkoong and is married with one daughter. He is the Founder and Director of Creators Garden, an Indigenous outdoor, and now fully online, education based business, focused on plant identification, beyond-sustainable harvesting, and teaching every one of their linguistic, historical, cultural, edible, ecological and medicinal significance through experiences. Joe's programming is easily adaptable to make appropriate and successfully delivered to a variety of organizations, including more than 100 First Nations communities, 20 Universities, 18 colleges and dozens of various institutions throughout Canada, the United States and beyond. Joe has learned from hundreds of traditional knowledge holders and uniquely blends and reinforces it with an array of western sciences. Follow Joe on Instagram @creators.garden. Subscribe to Creator's Garden on YouTube.Production Credits:Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Lakota), Host and Executive ProducerLiz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), ProducerManuel Blas, Studio Engineer, Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM, Kingston, NYTiokasin Ghosthorse, Audio EditorMusic Selections:1. Song Title: Tahi Roots Mix (First Voices Radio Theme Song)Artist: Moana and the Moa HuntersCD: Tahi (1993)Label: Southside Records (Australia and New Zealand)(00:00:44)2. Song Title: Burning TimesArtist: Rumors of the Big WaveCD: Burning Times (1993)Label: Earth Beat(00:23:53)2. Song Title: Chatting Through Steele (feat. David Hidalgo of Los Lobos)Artist: Cole GallagherCD: N/A (released as single October 29, 2021)Producer: Vance Powell(00:54:35)

Center Stage: The Voice of The Project Economy
Real Consequences of Valuing Cultural Diversity

Center Stage: The Voice of The Project Economy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 34:15


Marcia Anderson, MD, is Cree-Anishinaabe whose roots go back to the Norway House Cree Nation and Peguis First Nation in Manitoba. She graduated with her M.D. from the University of Manitoba in 2002 and has since served in a variety of leadership roles, including as head of the Section of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Health; medical officer of health for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority; a past president of the Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada and executive director, Indigenous academic affairs, Ongomiizwin-Indigenous Institute of Health and Healing.As a medical resident, Dr. Anderson found the opportunity to connect with her cultural identity through experiences with healthcare for indigenous peoples. This journey also showed her firsthand the racism that is systemic in healthcare and how it can have marginalizing and even life-threatening effects on minority peoples. Dr. Anderson shares with the Center Stage audience her efforts to combat discrimination against and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion for indigenous peoples, their knowledge, and their traditions. She also challenges us to think about our biases and make ourselves uncomfortable in the pursuit of inclusiveness in our organizations and communities. Dr. Anderson is an advocate, researcher, and leader in the areas of Indigenous health, primary health care, and medical education. In 2016, she presented a TED Talk on Indigenous Knowledge to Close Gaps in Indigenous Health. In 2018, she was named as one of Canada's 100 Most Powerful Women by Women's Executive Network.

First Voices Radio
11/07/21 - Vince Fontaine, Craig "Santi" Santiago

First Voices Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 57:30


In the first segment of this episode, Host Tiokasin Ghosthorse welcomes back Vince Fontaine. Vince (Anishinaabe) has been at the forefront of Indigenous music making in Canada for more than 30 years. Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Vince is the JUNO Award-winning founder of First Nations rock icons Eagle & Hawk. He is the founder and band leader of the Winnipeg folk-pop collective Indian City. Tiokasin talks with Vince about Indian City's 4th album, CODE RED, which was released on November 3rd. Vince says, "Code Red became a much-used term in 2020, expressing a state of global health emergency during the pandemic; however, in the Indigenous world there has been an ongoing series of Code Reds for decades, if not centuries. This is where the concept and themes for the album emerged." Indian City is on social media (Facebook, Instagram and YouTube). http://indiancity.ca/In the second segment, Tiokasin speaks with Craig "Santi" Santiago. Santi is an international touring musician and visual artist. When he's not in the recording studio, Santi can be found hiking in the Catskill Mountains and beyond. Santi has shown his visual art in numerous art galleries. He has toured internationally and state side. He has a new record out under his name, titled "Heavy Like Feather."Production Credits:Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Lakota), Host and Executive ProducerLiz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), ProducerMalcolm Burn, Studio Engineer, Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM, Kingston, NYTiokasin Ghosthorse, Audio EditorMusic and Selections:1. Song Title: Tahi Roots Mix (First Voices Radio Theme Song)Artist: Moana and the Moa HuntersCD: Tahi (1993)Label: Southside Records (Australia and New Zealand)(00:00:44)2. Song Title: Star PeopleArtist: Indian CityCD: Code Red (November 2021)Label: Rising Sun Productions, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba(00:06:35)3. Song Title: Code RedArtist: Indian CityCD: Code Red (November 2021)Label: Rising Sun Productions, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba(00:12: 30)4. Song Title: StorytellerArtist: Indian CityCD: Code Red (November 2021)Label: Rising Sun Productions, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba(00:27:00)5. Song Title: Another Long NightArtist: Craig SantiagoCD: Light Like Feather (2021)Label: Craig Santiago(00:47:50)6. Song Title: Walk Around the WorldArtist: Indian CityCD: Code Red (November 2021)Label: Rising Sun Productions, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba(00:54:27)

Crackers and Grape Juice
Episode 331: Matthew Milliner - The Everlasting People: G. K. Chesterton and the First Nations

Crackers and Grape Juice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 66:25


What does the cross of Christ have to do with the thunderbird? How might the life and work of Christian writer G. K. Chesterton shed light on our understanding of North American Indigenous art and history? This unexpected connection forms the basis of these discerning reflections by art historian Matthew Milliner. In this fifth volume in the Hansen Lectureship Series, Milliner appeals to Chesterton's life and work―including The Everlasting Man, his neglected poetry, his love for his native England, and his own visits to America―in order to understand and appreciate both Indigenous art and the complex, often tragic history of First Nations peoples, especially in the American Midwest. The Hansen Lectureship series offers accessible and insightful reflections by Wheaton College faculty on the transformative work of the Wade Center authors.Friend of the podcast, Dr. Matt Milliner, is back on the program to talk about his new work, The Everlasting People: G. K. Chesterton and the First Nations. Matt is a Professor of Art History at Wheaton College.

Divided Families Podcast
Ep. 40 | Unpacking the Intergenerational Trauma of Residential Schools with Brayden Sonny White

Divided Families Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 53:48


"Kill the Indian, save the man" was a mantra propagated by General Richard H. Pratt, who famously established a model for Native Residential Schools that tore Native children away from their families and cultures. Brayden Sonny White is Kanien'kehá:ka from the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory, and member of the Bear Clan. He is an advocate for suicide prevention and mental health resources for Native youth. He was named a Champion for Change in 2016 by the Center for Native American Youth. In this episode, Brayden and Paul talk about the repercussions and intergenerational trauma passed down as a result of Residential Schools. Brayden shares more on the forced adoption of Native children—known as the Sixties Scoop—and the PTSD resulting from discriminatory policies and involuntary family separation in the US and Canada. Read "Our Long History of Family Separation" written by Brayden Sonny White: https://www.aspeninstitute.org/blog-posts/our-long-history-of-family-separation/ Read more about the 751 Unmarked Graves discovered at a residential school in Canada in 2021: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-57592243 Movies mentioned in episode: Indian Horse (2017) Wind River (2017) Additional Resources: Indigenous Writes: A Guide to First Nations, Metis, and Inuit issues in Canada - Chelsea Vowel The Marrow Thieves - Cherie Dimaline Boarding School Seasons - Brenda J. Child Custer Died for Your Sings - Vine Deloria Jr. Red Alert! - Daniel Wildcat Our Live Among the Iroquois Indians - Harriet S. Caswell Indigenous Nationhood - Pamela Palmater Indian Giver: How Native Americans Transformed the World - Jack Weatherford Indian Resilience and Rebuilding: Indigenous Nations in the Modern American West - Donald L. Fixico This episode was edited by Helen Packer.

Capital Daily
Here's What the New Deferrals Mean for BC's Old Growth

Capital Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 44:32


Tuesday, the provincial government announced new deferrals and actions for old-growth forests. We have Torrance Coste from the Wilderness Committee break down what the announcement entails, and Robert J. Dennis, Sr., Elected Chief Councillor for the Huu-ay-ah First Nations to hear his thoughts on the inclusion of First Nations.   Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/MemberAnd subscribe to us on our socials! Twitter @CapitalDailyVic  Instagram @CapitalDaily  Facebook @CapitalDailyVic

Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast

While world leaders congregate for a climate summit in Glasgow, two Torres Strait Islander men are preparing to sue the Australian government, arguing it has breached its duty of care by failing to prevent global warming. Meanwhile, Indigenous leaders voice concerns about the government's proposed Voter ID, while vaccine rates amongst First Nations communities continue to lag behind the rest of Australia.

The Real News Podcast
‘War in the woods': The fight for Indigenous lands in ancient Fairy Creek rainforest

The Real News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 28:39


“A colossal battle to save the last temperate rainforest on Vancouver Island, Canada, is under way, as police and forest protectors are engaged in a cat-and-mouse chase through hundreds of kilometres of thick woods,” Brandi Morin wrote earlier this summer for Al Jazeera English. Since then, the battle in British Columbia has only gotten more intense as Indigenous land protectors and non-Indigenous activists put their bodies on the line to defend the ancient rainforest in the Fairy Creek and Central Walbran areas, facing arrest and forced removal by Canadian police.In this segment of The Marc Steiner Show, Marc speaks with Morin about what she's seen on the ground covering this crucial struggle to preserve unceded First Nations land from the onslaught of settler-colonial violence and the environmentally destructive logging industry. Brandi Morin is an award-winning French/Cree/Iroquois journalist from Treaty 6 territory in Alberta, Canada. Her work has appeared in numerous outlets, including Al Jazeera English, The Guardian, The National Observer, The New York Times, Vice Canada, and CBC Indigenous.Tune in for new episodes of The Marc Steiner Show every Tuesday and Friday on TRNN.Pre-Production/Studio/Post Production: Stephen FrankHelp us continue producing The Marc Steiner Show by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-pod-mssSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/nl-pod-stGet The Marc Steiner Show updates: https://therealnews.com/up-pod-stLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews

Tent Theology
Terry M. Wildman and the First Nations Version of the New Testament

Tent Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 61:12


Terry M. Wildman (Ojibwe and Yaqui) is the lead translator, general editor, and project manager of the brilliant First Nations Version of the New Testament.  He serves as the director of spiritual growth and leadership development for Native InterVarsity. He is also the founder of Rain Ministries and has previously served as a pastor and worship leader. He and his wife, Darlene, live in Arizona.More about Terry and the FNV can be found HERE.Has anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.

The Secret Teachings Archives
The Secret Teachings 11/1/21 - Antler Man: Devourer of Innocence

The Secret Teachings Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 118:42


It is clear that the energetic essence of EVIL or H.I.M. has grown considerably in the years following the Slender Man stabbing. Movies such as Stickman, Bye Bye Man, and Empty  Man, along with television shows like Chestnut Man, depict the influence of this force on children in particular. In Stickman, a little girl is made to kill her sister. In Bye Bye Man, evil similarly gets into the head and takes control. Chestnut Man deals with an identical force linked to a missing child. Empty Man also includes a missing child, while a synopsis describes the film involving a secret group “attempting to summon a terrifying supernatural entity.” The movie Antlers, while not focusing on one of the many manifestations of EVIL in popular culture, deals with a mythological creature – Wendigo - from the folklore of First Nations people.  Support this podcast

The Decibel
A social worker's 14-year fight against discrimination in child services

The Decibel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 18:20


Cindy Blackstock, executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring society, has been at the heart of an ongoing battle with the federal government. While working as a social worker in B.C., Blackstock noticed that the child welfare program for First Nations kids living on-reserve received less funding than for kids living off reserve. She, along with the Assembly of First Nations, filed a human rights complaint in 2007. In 2016, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal agreed that federal underfunding of child welfare services on-reserve was discriminatory and led to thousands of children being unnecessarily taken into care.The tribunal ordered Ottawa to pay up to $40,000 to those affected by this discrimination. But the government has challenged the CHRT order on several occasions – including most recently last week. Cindy Blackstock is on the show to talk about what this most recent development means and where the fight for compensation goes from here.

The Current
University of Saskatchewan academic faces questions about her claims to Indigenous identity

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 19:52


A University of Saskatchewan academic is on leave without pay after colleagues questioned her claims to Indigenous identity. Matt Galloway discusses the story and others like it with Raven Sinclair, a professor of social work at the University of Regina who is Cree, Assiniboine, Saulteaux and Métis from the George Gordon First Nation; and Veldon Coburn, an assistant professor at the Institute of Indigenous Research and Studies at the University of Ottawa. He is Anishinaabe and a member of the Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation.

ManTalks Podcast
Elder Nii Gaani Aki Innini - A Return To Spirit, A Return To The Land

ManTalks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 67:26


This was the last of four incredible conversations in a series titled The Wisdom of Elders. Elder Nii speaks his message with a simplicity that cuts through the rationalizations and justifications we all sometimes hold on to, and he does it with kindness and sincerity. I encourage you to check out the work he's doing in Canada and globally, and listen in as we discuss the challenges all of us face, the needs of the earth beneath our feet, and role of initiation, elders, women, and men in the days to come. Elder Dr. Dave Courchene — Nii Gaani Aki Innini (Leading Earth Man) — is a respected elder and knowledge keeper of the Anishinaabe Nation who has devoted his life to sharing Indigenous knowledge, carrying a message of hope, peace, and environmental stewardship. From lighting the sacred fire at the United Nations Earth Summit in 1992, to sharing the stage with spiritual leaders including the Dalai Lama, Elder Dr. Courchene's leadership has had a global influence. In 2002, he founded the Turtle Lodge International Centre for Indigenous Education and Wellness, a sacred lodge recognized internationally and by the Assembly of First Nations and the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs as one of the most important gathering places for Indigenous peoples in Canada. Individuals from around the world gather at the Turtle Lodge to facilitate intergenerational knowledge sharing, language revitalization, youth leadership training, and environmental solutions to climate change.   Courchene has built alliances with institutions, academics, and policymakers across the Canada. His work has been recognized with many prestigious honours, including the INDSPIRE National Aboriginal Achievement Award in Culture, Heritage, and Spirituality; an Honorary Doctor of Laws by the University of Winnipeg, the Volunteer Manitoba Award for Outstanding Community Leadership; the International Award of Excellence; the Aboriginal Circle of Educators Award; and the International Indigenous Leadership Award. He is a deeply respected elder, known for his ability to inspire dialogue and cross-cultural understanding between Indigenous knowledge keepers and western-trained scientists. His leadership is rooted in generosity, kindness, and a desire for peace and sustainability. Connect with Elder Nii -Website: http://www.turtlelodge.org/ -Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TurtleLodge -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theturtlelodge/ -Twitter: https://twitter.com/TurtleLodge -The 7 Sacred Laws of the Anishinaabe People: http://www.turtlelodge.org/what-are-the-7-sacred-laws/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kindling Fire with Troy Mangum
Jesus & The First Nations- Terry Wildman- Kindling Fire with Troy Mangum

Kindling Fire with Troy Mangum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 57:24


he First Nations Version of the New Testament release date was Aug 2021. I speak with the lead translator- Terry Wildman of the Ojibwe & Yaqui tribes. He is also the director of spiritual growth and leadership developer for Native Intervarsity & founder of Rain Ministries. On this podcast we discuss 1- What inspired the start of a new translation for First Nations tribes? 2- What First Nations beliefs align with Biblical teaching? 3- What First Nations ceremonies align with Bible Teaching? Here is John 3:16-17 from the First Nations Version (FNV) “The Great Spirit loves this world of human beings so deeply he gave us his Son—the only Son who fully represents him. All who trust in him and his way will not come to a bad end, but will have the life of the world to come that never fades—full of beauty and harmony. Creator did not send his Son to decide against the people of this world, but to set them free from the worthless ways of the world.” For more information on the First Nations Version New Testament and Terry Wildman go to: https://firstnationsversion.com/

Nyctophobia
4-4-4 Pt. 2

Nyctophobia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 19:17


Joe and Libby attempt to relax after a harrowing night. Unfortunately, things don't always go as planned.Nyctophobia is an anthology blending Eastern and Western folk horror into a unique storytelling experience. Although the stories in this anthology are varied, the dominant theme of Nyctophobia highlights the East and Southeast Asian superstition surrounding the number 4, the number associated with death.Nyctophobia theme: "The Cursed Room" written, arranged, and performed by Tennon. The Riverside Inn Spa music, "Wisdom Tree" was also written, arranged, and performed by TennonSee their work at https://tennon.newgrounds.com/Sound effects (attribution licensees):sounds of plastic kitchen utensils rustling and colliding by breadparticleshttps://freesound.org/people/breadparticles/sounds/570686/ LOCKER_OPENCLOSE.wav by gthallhttps://freesound.org/people/gthall/sounds/204485/Nyctophobia Episode 6 444: Malsumack RiverWritten by Tianyi SkarrxinEdited/produced by Rhys SkarrxinStarring:Mirabel Miscala as Paige McIntyreNathan Woltering as Joe RidgeBryn Curry as Libby RidgeLilyDean ten Eicken as The Narratorand Other voices by Tianyi Skarrxin, Rhys Skarrxin, Emerald Hawthorne, Veronique Rose, and LilyDean ten Eicken.Nyctophobia theme: "The Cursed Room" written, arranged, and performed by Tennon. The River's Edge Inn Spa music: "Wisdom Tree" was also written, arranged, and performed by Tennon.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.CW: suicide, drowning,languageCULTURAL NOTES:Proud Sky Productions acknowledges that the real life inspiration for River's Edge Inn was built on stolen Wabenaki Confederate land. All translations and lore were provided by anonymous tribal representatives and all voice actors playing native roles are from First Nations backgrounds. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

International
Indigene in Kanada: Trauma ohne Ende

International

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 28:14


Die «Residential Schools» haben in Kanada ganze Generationen von indigenen Kindern traumatisiert. Tausende haben die Internate nicht überlebt. Die Folgen für die «First Nations» sind gravierend. Und bis heute werden indigene Kinder ihren Eltern weggenommen.  Der Schock war gross, als in diesem Jahr in Kanada viele hunderte Kindergräber entdeckt wurden, rund um ehemalige «Residential Schools». Die Funde zwangen Kanada dazu, sich einmal mehr einem düsteren Kapitel der Vergangenheit zu stellen. Rund 150'000 indigene Kinder mussten die Internate besuchen. Sie stammten aus allen indigenen Volksgruppen: First Nations, Métis und Inuit. Die Schulen waren eigentliche Umerziehungslager, mit dem Ziel «den Indianer im Kind zu töten». An den Schulen, geführt von den Kirchen, waren körperliche und psychische Gewalt waren an der Tagesordnung, ebenso sexueller Missbrauch. Bei den Überlebenden der Schulen blieb ein schweres Trauma zurück, das wie ein Schatten über den abgelegenen Reservaten der First Nations liegt. Dort leben die Indigenen unter teils prekären Bedingungen: in zu kleinen Häusern, ohne sauberes Trinkwasser, mit schlechter Gesundheitsversorgung. Suizide, gerade unter Jugendlichen, sind weit verbreitet. Und das Unrecht der Residential Schools lebt in anderer Form weiter: Überdurchschnittlich häufig nimmt der Staat indigene Kinder den Eltern weg. Jugendliche, die in den Reservaten leben, sind benachteiligt: Wer eine High School besuchen will, muss die abgelegene, kleine First Nation verlassen, um in einer fremden Stadt wie Thunder Bay eine Schule zu besuchen. Dort sind die indigenen Teenager intensivem Rassismus ausgesetzt und laufen Gefahr, Opfer eines Gewaltverbrechens zu werden. Die Reportage aus der kanadischen Provinz Ontario zeigt, wie das Trauma der Residential Schools nachwirkt und wie weit Kanadas Weg zur «Reconciliation», zur Versöhnung mit den Indigenen noch ist.

The Douglas Coleman Show
The Douglas Coleman Show w_ Steven J Spence and Amanda Korbelas

The Douglas Coleman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 37:38


Steven J. Spence is a retired US Air Force veteran, airline mechanic, aircraft builder,and an owner of a real estate rental investment company. Throughout his military andairline careers, he taught airline safety to groups around the world. Spence grew up inpoverty with a single mom, who immigrated from Germany with her American militaryhusband only find herself alone with two young sons in the wake of a divorce. With norole models, he had no understanding about how to build his financial future. Now asuccessful entrepreneur, Spence focuses on financial literacy as it relates to theordinary person. He and his wife Adriana have two daughters, Shannon and Rachel, ason, Lucas, and one grandson, Julian.Amanda Korbelas (born May 15, 1992) is a Canadian and First Nations poet, author and small business owner. Her second poetry book "Angel Wings and Other Things" is sold at Chapters, Indigo, and her third poetry book on it's way "11:11"This collection of books starts with the first one "Through her Eyes" as being very dark, while overcoming abusive relationships, alcoholism and repercussions of her own actions. As we move through the collections they gravitate to healing, sobriety and grace.Amanda studied Community and Justice at Sheridan College, and is currently enrolled for a Social Service Worker to help end the stigma to mental health and heal traumas other women and children might be dealing with.http://akwriting.comThe Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. We also offer advertising. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.comIf you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below.https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow

ABC KIDS News Time
Firefighter goats and tornado dog

ABC KIDS News Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 10:32


On today's show: First Nations students design a dream school, goats help fight bushfires, fossil finders discover a prehistoric sea creature, country kids build a blooming business, and a tiny dog survives a tornado. QUIZ QUESTIONS: 1. What type of sanctuary featured in the prize-winning school design? 2. What do goats eat to stop bushfires? 3. What does titanokorys gainesi mean? 4. What type of flowers is Georgie selling? 5. What animals, other than Pom Pom, were swept into the sky? TRICKY BONUS QUESTION: What type of dog is Pom Pom? ANSWERS: 1. Turtle 2. Weeds 3. Titanic helmet 4. Billy's Buttons 5. Cows TRICKY BONUS ANSWER: Pomeranian

Paddling Adventures Radio
Episode 298: Scientists using canoes; Canoe Carving House; Moose Cree First Nation protecting watershed

Paddling Adventures Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 68:57


Episode 298 ~ October 28, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Scientists in Queensland are using canoes to help them find a solution to improving food security in the Pacific Development of the Northwest Native Canoe Center in Seattle is underway and it will include a Canoe Carving House The Moose Cree First Nation is working […]

Paddling Adventures Radio
Episode 298: Scientists using canoes; Canoe Carving House; Moose Cree First Nation protecting watershed

Paddling Adventures Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 68:57


Episode 298 ~ October 28, 2021 Podcast Info / Topics Scientists in Queensland are using canoes to help them find a solution to improving food security in the Pacific Development of the Northwest Native Canoe Center in Seattle is underway and it will include a Canoe Carving House The Moose Cree First Nation is working […]

Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight
Adam Kahane, "Facilitating Breakthrough: How to Remove Obstacles, Bridge Differences, and Move Forward Together" (Berrett-Koehler, 2021)

Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 34:49


Today I talked to Adam Kahane about his new book Facilitating Breakthrough: How to Remove Obstacles, Bridge Differences, and Move Forward Together (Berrett-Koehler, 2021). You're helping South Africa make the transition from apartheid to democracy under Nelson Mandela. You're helping end a half-century civil war in Columbia. You're working with the First Nations in Canada. That's a small part of the scope that Adam Kahane has been involved in over the recent decades. It's meaningful, enlightened work that recognizes that the two typical modes of reaching “agreements” don't yield optimal results. The vertical approach leads to rigidity and domination by ultimately shutting down dissent. The collegial, horizontal approach can lead to fragmentation and gridlock. What's the new, third way forward? For Kahane, that means doing what Martin Luther King, Jr. did and looking for inspiration in the work of the German existential theologian Paul Tillich. Love offers unity, power the opportunity for self-realization, and justice looks to ensure that power bring equity for all. If ever you've had to work out disagreements to resolve a conflict, this episode is for you. Adam Kahane is the director of Reos Partners, an international social enterprise that helps people move forward together on their most important and intractable issues. Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of nine books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (https://www.sensorylogic.com). His new book is Blah, Blah, Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Politics. To check out his related “Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight” blog, visit https://emotionswizard.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/dan-hills-eq-spotlight

New Books in Religion
Adam Kahane, "Facilitating Breakthrough: How to Remove Obstacles, Bridge Differences, and Move Forward Together" (Berrett-Koehler, 2021)

New Books in Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 34:49


Today I talked to Adam Kahane about his new book Facilitating Breakthrough: How to Remove Obstacles, Bridge Differences, and Move Forward Together (Berrett-Koehler, 2021). You're helping South Africa make the transition from apartheid to democracy under Nelson Mandela. You're helping end a half-century civil war in Columbia. You're working with the First Nations in Canada. That's a small part of the scope that Adam Kahane has been involved in over the recent decades. It's meaningful, enlightened work that recognizes that the two typical modes of reaching “agreements” don't yield optimal results. The vertical approach leads to rigidity and domination by ultimately shutting down dissent. The collegial, horizontal approach can lead to fragmentation and gridlock. What's the new, third way forward? For Kahane, that means doing what Martin Luther King, Jr. did and looking for inspiration in the work of the German existential theologian Paul Tillich. Love offers unity, power the opportunity for self-realization, and justice looks to ensure that power bring equity for all. If ever you've had to work out disagreements to resolve a conflict, this episode is for you. Adam Kahane is the director of Reos Partners, an international social enterprise that helps people move forward together on their most important and intractable issues. Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of nine books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (https://www.sensorylogic.com). His new book is Blah, Blah, Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Politics. To check out his related “Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight” blog, visit https://emotionswizard.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

New Books Network
Adam Kahane, "Facilitating Breakthrough: How to Remove Obstacles, Bridge Differences, and Move Forward Together" (Berrett-Koehler, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 34:49


Today I talked to Adam Kahane about his new book Facilitating Breakthrough: How to Remove Obstacles, Bridge Differences, and Move Forward Together (Berrett-Koehler, 2021). You're helping South Africa make the transition from apartheid to democracy under Nelson Mandela. You're helping end a half-century civil war in Columbia. You're working with the First Nations in Canada. That's a small part of the scope that Adam Kahane has been involved in over the recent decades. It's meaningful, enlightened work that recognizes that the two typical modes of reaching “agreements” don't yield optimal results. The vertical approach leads to rigidity and domination by ultimately shutting down dissent. The collegial, horizontal approach can lead to fragmentation and gridlock. What's the new, third way forward? For Kahane, that means doing what Martin Luther King, Jr. did and looking for inspiration in the work of the German existential theologian Paul Tillich. Love offers unity, power the opportunity for self-realization, and justice looks to ensure that power bring equity for all. If ever you've had to work out disagreements to resolve a conflict, this episode is for you. Adam Kahane is the director of Reos Partners, an international social enterprise that helps people move forward together on their most important and intractable issues. Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of nine books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (https://www.sensorylogic.com). His new book is Blah, Blah, Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Politics. To check out his related “Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight” blog, visit https://emotionswizard.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Hook Up
BONUS: Bachelorette Brooke Blurton on sexual fluidity and making history

The Hook Up

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 15:05


In this special episode Nat Tencic chats to Bachelorette Brooke Blurton about her sexuality, the importance of representation, and what exactly happened with G Flip.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Bill Gammage and Bruce Pascoe on Country

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 17:35


A new series, The First Knowledges, seeks to introduce readers to the innovation and science of Australia's First Nations people, and to explore how that history can become part of our present and our future. Bill Gammage and Bruce Pascoe are the co-authors of the latest work in the series: Country: Future Fire, Future Farming.

3 AM Mystery Club
The Highway of Tears

3 AM Mystery Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 41:28


Since 1969 hundreds of women have gone missing or are found murdered along Canada's infamous Highway 16. Dubbed by locals as, "The Highway of Tears", an alarming majority of these victims are First Nations women. Why are there so many victims? What makes Highway 16 such a prolific hunting ground for murderers and kidnappers? What can be done to make this stretch of road safer? Join us as Ro' tackles this massive mystery. Sources: https://highwayoftearsfilm.com/watch https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highway_of_Tears#Investigation_and_suspects https://www.highwayoftears.org/in-memory https://www.grunge.com/103829/unsolved-disappearances-will-haunt/ http://dyingwords.net/tag/brian-peter-arp/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/3ammysteryclub/support

Wedded Wellness
Indigenous Representation and Inclusion in Yoga with Shayla Oulette Stonechild

Wedded Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 45:00


Ashley is joined by Shayla Oulette Stonechild. Shayla is a Mètis and Nehiyaw Iskwew (Plains Cree Woman) from Muscowpetung First Nations and is a yoga instructor as well as founder and host of Matriarch Movement. She has always been a catalyst for Indigenous youth and women unlocking their full potential and reclaiming their voices and believes the arts, meditation, movement and reclaiming an Indigenous worldview all play a part in amplifying voices to bring upon much needed change. Matriarch Movement is a non-profit organization dedicated to highlighting Indigenous voices and providing wellness workshops to BIPOC women across Canada.Ashley and Shayla discuss her personal journey into yoga and the underrepresentation she saw in the community, her positive outlook and where she sees progress being made in the wellness and yoga space as well as where she still sees room for improvement, and ways to decolonize the practice of yoga. She also shares ways to avoid cultural appropriation, the importance of healing (and honoring) your own lineage and history, epigenetics and intergenerational trauma, why science and spirituality are so intersected, and so much more. Through her work, Shayla hopes to bring difficult, yet necessary Indigenous topics into mainstream conversations. From impacts of intergenerational trauma to suicide prevention, a cause she has a personal connection to as her father took his life when Shayla was just 16. Suicide is the leading cause of death in First Nations communities, and she's bringing stories to the light and using her platform for future sustainable change in society.  Learn more:Follow Shayla on Instagram: @shayla0hLearn More about Shayla: https://www.shaylastonechild.com/Learn more about Matriarch Movement: https://www.matriarchmovement.ca/Listen to the Matriarch Movement podcastFollow along on Instagram: @yogamagicpodcast and @ashleysondergaard.yogaLearn more about Ashley and Yoga Magic at www.ashleysondergaard.com Sponsors:BetterHelp | Receive 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/yogamagic. Work with Ashley:Book a 1:1 Cosmic Self-Care Session with Ashley  | Learn how to use your astrological birth chart to personalize your self-care routines, rituals and practices. Use code ‘yogamagic' to get $10 off a 1:1 session.  Upcoming Yoga Magic EventsCosmic Self-Care: Using Sagittarius Energy | 11/22 4:00 PM CT | Learn It Live

The Current
Actions speak louder than words when it comes to Indigenous land acknowledgements, says reporter

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 20:05


Land acknowledgements are becoming more common, but it is not always clear whether the nods to traditional Indigenous territory are accurate, welcome, or useful. Matt Galloway talks to Niigaan Sinclair, a professor in native studies at the University of Manitoba, and a columnist for the Winnipeg Free Press; Hayden King, executive director of the Yellowhead Institute, a First Nations-led research centre based at Ryerson University in Toronto; and Ka'nhehsí:io Deer, a reporter with CBC Indigenous in Kahnawake, Que.

The Laura Flanders Show
Uncut Full Conversation: Sunny Red Bear, NDN Collective's Director of Racial Equity

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 32:27


The following audio exclusive  features the entire uncut interview with NDN Collective's Director of Racial Equity, Sunny Red Bear of the Lakota Nation.  Excerpts of this interview were included in our recent special  “LANDBACK! A Tipi Town Approach to Healing & Homelessness”.   In this special feature, Laura traveled to the sacred Black Hills of South Dakota where NDN Collective is reclaiming ancestral lands to address homelessness, addiction and violence against Native Americans.  Laura reported on  Camp Mniluzahan, a tipi village built on tribal trust land, that welcomed hundreds of unhoused Indigenous people and others in the Rapid City area in the dead of winter last year.   Catalyzed in 2020, by an action in which Land Defenders blocked former President Donald Trump's road to Mount Rushmore, this Landback campaign is about reclaiming, along with stolen land, native ceremonies, spirituality and traditions of community care. If you're a listener or a viewer, you spend time with us. Many of you have for years. So how about taking a few minutes to give us the support we need to keep doing what we do… Only a few minutes from you, pledging $3 or $5 or $12 a month, will keep us going all year. Go to Patreon.com/theLFShow and join our media team and support movement building.  Thanks!