Podcasts about first people

Ethnic groups descended from and identified with the original inhabitants of a given region

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Tales of the Magic Skagit
Beaver Tales Shares Coffee and Cultures

Tales of the Magic Skagit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 26:57


Beaver Tales Coffee & Tea, at 602 Morris St. in La Conner, Washington, celebrates its first anniversary in business this November 1. For owners and partners Michelle Calvin and Tony Cladoosby, its success as a local coffee hangout is due to more than the quality of the fair trade beans they batch roast. The venue itself, with its calming indoor and outdoor spaces, offers a visual bridge between the cultures of the First Peoples and the New Peoples that, along with some outstanding coffee and tea, sparks conversations about their histories and interactions -- and that's just what Tony and Michelle intend. You'd don't have to be interested in Tlingit or Swinomish culture to appreciate the ambiance and beverages of Beaver Tales Coffee, but as the name of the shop implies, there are stories to be shared if you'd like something sweet or savory to go with that cup of Skippers Roast Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Fair Trade Organic Dark Roast. Go to www.beavertalescoffee.com to learn more.

Business Class: The Tourism Academy Podcast
First Nation Culture on PEI's Lennox Island

Business Class: The Tourism Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 28:59


Lennox Island is a 540-hectacre island on the Malpeque Bay off the coast of Prince Edward Island, Canada. It's a place where visitors and locals go to learn about the art, artisans, history and culture of the Mi'kmaq people who call this tiny island home. Recently, The Tourism Academy's Stephen Ekstrom sat down with Jamie Thomas, Cultural Director. Business Class is brought to you by The Tourism Academy - harnessing the power of science, business psychology and adult education to advance the tourism industry and build sustainable economies. Learn how to engage your community, win over stakeholders and get more visitors at tourismacademy.org. Support the show

Yarning Up with Caroline Kell
Yarning Up Money Mindset with Larisha Jerome

Yarning Up with Caroline Kell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 60:48


In this week's episode, Caroline is joined by Larisha Jerome, proud Jarowair, Wakka Wakka & Wulli Wulli woman, who grew up on Darug Country in Western Sydney. Larisha has an extensive background in banking, women's health, government, and community services. She leads the Foundation's Women's Financial Wellness work addressing the economic injustice First Nations people face and empowering women to achieve full financial wellness and independence. In this incredibly knowledgeable and insightful yarn, the two start by reflecting on their similar upbringings, watching their mums forced to live paycheck to paycheck and, like most mob, struggling with the barriers and hindrance experienced after years of financial trauma forced onto our community. Larisha was determined to break this cycle within her family, with hard work and discipline, she entered the housing market at the age of 21, buying her first home. Today, Larisha empowers our community to change their mindset around money through the power of stories and help break the patterns that are evident within our community, to help us take back financial control. Her belief is knowledge is power and that being rich is just a mindset and that First Nations  women are capable and deserving of prosperous lives. Larisha uses the podcasting space to host her podcast, Rich Blak Women, which she describes as a “modern-day type of yarning circle” to further educate the community and inspire listeners to push the idea of “self-care” to include healthy financial behaviours, starting with talking openly about money, asking questions and learning how to say no. Larisha brings her insight of these topics today and offers amazing tips to allow abundance and prosperity in your financial life with the ability to use her technique of affirm, release and allow.   To keep up to date with Larisha, be sure to follow her on Instagram here. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review and don't forget to follow the show! Follow Caroline on Instagram @blak_wattle_coaching and learn more about working with Caroline here! We would like to acknowledge Aboriginal people as Australia's First Peoples' who have never ceded their sovereignty. We acknowledge the Wurundjeri/Woiwurrung people of the Kulin Nation where the podcast was taped. We pay our deepest respects to Traditional Owners across Australia and Elders past, present and emerging.This podcast was brought to you by On Track Studio.www.ontrackstudio.com.au@on.track.studioFor advertising opportunities please email hello@ontrackstudio.com.au

Perspective
Julien Brave NoiseCat: 'Indigenous peoples have survived an apocalypse'

Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 7:38


As the world struggles to overcome the huge problems of today, it would do well to turn towards indigenous peoples for solutions. That's the message from Julian Brave NoiseCat, a writer, journalist and advocate for indigenous peoples. He believes that First Peoples can make a significant contribution to understanding and addressing the world's most pressing challenges, such as climate change. NoiseCat has even been named on the Time 100 list of emerging leaders. He joined us for Perspective.

The Laura Flanders Show
BIPOC Media: Amplifying Black and Indigenous Collaborations

The Laura Flanders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 30:31


How do Black and Indigenous communities intersect? This special feature for Indigenous People's day explores the forces that have both facilitated and thwarted collaboration and movement-making among Black and Indigenous people in the United States. Exploitation of Black and Indigenous people was integral to the founding of this country, but the nature of that exploitation wasn't exactly the same. Mitra Kalita and Sara Lomax Reese of URL Media return for this month's “Meet the BIPOC Press”. Their guests are Levi Rickert, a citizen of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, founder and publisher, Native News Online and Dr. Kyle T. Mays from the Saginaw Chippewa Nations, Afro-Indigenous scholar and author of An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States. Mays asks: “How can we imagine and put into praxis a world in the aftermath of settler colonialism and white supremacy?”“It's imperative to not only center blackness, but also to center Indigenous peoples because upon whose land were African Americans exploited? This is Indigenous land.” - Dr. Kyle T. Mays“We need to keep the gas pedal on getting Congress to appropriate the proper level of funding. We still have some of the highest levels of disparity when it comes to health disparity and lack of housing. A third of the people on the Navajo nation do not have running water or electricity. These are Third World living conditions, and this is what our native people are still living with.” - Levi RickertGuests:Levi Rickert (Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation) Publisher & Editor, Native News Online;  Author of Visions for a Better Indian Country: One Potawatomi Editor's OpinionsKyle T. Mays, Ph.D. (Saginaw Chippewa Nation) Associate Professor UCLA,  Departments of African American Studies, American Indian Studies & History;  Author, An Afro-Indigenous History of the United StatesS. Mitra Kalita (Co-Host): Co-Founder, URL MediaSara Lomax-Reese (Co-Host): Co-Founder, URL MediaTickets are on sale now for our first in-person fundraiser! Show your support for the LF Show in Sullivan County, NY, where the show is produced. Plus, environmentalist Bill McKibben will be there for a live Q&A and book signing! Find more information and tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/419711015947 

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - E.P. ED GRONDINE - Man and Impact in the Americas

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 39:51


In this book veteran space reporter E.P. GRONDINE surveys the effects of ASTEROID AND COMET IMPACTS on man in the Americas. The book includes an Introduction to the topic, and chapters on the effects of asteroid and comet impacts on man's evolution; how and when man crossed to the Americas; the impact events at the end of the last Ice Age; the arrival in North America of the Red Paint Peoples and the appearance of Copper Trading Giants; accounts from the Mayan records of the impacts at Rio Cuarto in Argentina and of the ensuing climate collapse; the accounts of the Maya and other peoples of the Great Atlantic Mega-Tsunami, and a survey of that tsunami's effects on man in the Americas; the Six Nations' eye-witness accounts of "Hopewell" societies, their crops, and their astronomy; the arrival of Comet Encke near the Earth in 536 CE and the ensuing climate collapse in the Americas; How, where, and why the Mississippians emerged; the smaller impacts at Key Marco, Florida, Genessee, New York, and in the Bald Mountains of Tennessee; eye witness accounts of the lives of the "Mississippians"; the migrations of the Little Ice Age and the end of the "Mississippians"; and the First Peoples' accounts of the arrival of the Europeans. Written using the First Peoples' own accounts and their remains, the book includes a brief TRAVEL GUIDE to their sites, along with photographs or maps of several key sites, and a small MAP of the principal trade routes in southeast North America. - www.amazon.comTo listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com

Bioneers: Revolution From the Heart of Nature | Bioneers Radio Series
Returning to What Was Lost and Stolen with Corrina Gould

Bioneers: Revolution From the Heart of Nature | Bioneers Radio Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 26:55


Defending land rights and preserving tribal culture is difficult for North American tribes, especially for those that do not have sovereign nation-to-nation status with the federal government. The lack of recognition of a tribe's nationhood as a self-governing entity (as defined by the U.S. Constitution) has been explicitly used as a tool to continue to prevent Native peoples from living on the most desirable lands or protecting sacred lands that have been stolen.  We talk about these issues with Corrina Gould, a celebrated leader and activist of the First Peoples of the Bay Area from the Lisjan/Ohlone tribe of Northern California. She also co-founded the grassroots organization “Indian People Organizing for Change”, which works to defend and preserve sacred Ohlone shell mounds formed over generations. Featuring Corrina Gould (Lisjan/Ohlone) is the chair and spokesperson for the Confederated Villages of Lisjan, as well as the Co-Director for The Sogorea Te' Land Trust, a women-led organization within the urban setting of her ancestral territory of the Bay Area that works to return Indigenous land to Indigenous people. Born and raised in her ancestral homeland, the territory of Huchiun, she is the mother of three and grandmother of four. Corrina has worked on preserving and protecting the sacred burial sites of her ancestors throughout the Bay Area for decades.  Resources California Indian Genocide and Resilience | 2017 Bioneers panel in which four California Indian leaders share the stories of kidnappings, mass murders, and slavery that took place under Spanish, Mexican and American colonizations — and how today's generation is dealing with the contemporary implications.  This is an episode of Indigeneity Conversations, a podcast series that features deep and engaging conversations with Native culture bearers, scholars, movement leaders, and non-Native allies on the most important issues and solutions in Indian Country. Bringing Indigenous voices to global conversations. Visit the Indigeneity Conversations homepage to learn more.  

Women In Media
2022 CCMAs: Women in Country Music Panel

Women In Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 43:46


In partnership with the Canadian Country Music Association, host Sarah Burke led a panel of industry women through a thoughtful discussion about gender parity in country music for a special live recording of the Women in Media Podcast in Calgary, Alberta.  Nicole Iantorno - Manager of Sponsorship & Events, SiriusXM Meghan Patrick – Artist Morgan James – Music Director for Now Country / Program Director of NCI FM, Host Desiree Dorion – Artist Amanda Kingsland – Director of A & R, Universal Music  In the spirit of reconciliACTION and the upcoming National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30th, panelists have donated some proceeds from their panel honorariums to the Downie Wenjack Fund: The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund is part of Gord Downie's legacy and embodies his commitment, and that of his family, to improving lives of First Peoples in Canada. In collaboration with the Wenjack Family, the goal of the Fund is to continue the conversation that began with Chanie Wenjack's residential school story, and to aid our collective reconciliation journey through a combination of awareness, education, and action. Read more: https://downiewenjack.ca/  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Chatting About Change with Dr. Jim Maddox
Voices of America's First People, Surviving and Thriving Amidst Change: A conversation with Will Peters, a professional musician, high school teacher, community activist, and advocate for Native American youth.

Chatting About Change with Dr. Jim Maddox

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 59:58


My guest this episode is Will Peters, a professional musician, high school teacher, community activist, and advocate for Native American youth.  Will, a member of the Oglala Lakota tribe, teaches and lives on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.  Will shares his stories of the struggles and triumphs of life on the reservation and shares passionately about his work with the young people, who are struggling with generational trauma, and efforts to combat the suicide epidemic affecting the native youth on Pine Ridge.  I first met will about 10 years ago while volunteering with the organization Re-Member.  Re-Member is an independent, non-profit organization working with the Oglala Lakota Nation on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota https://www.re-member.org/Will speaks from the heart and his stories are powerful, challenging, and full of hope.  

All That's Holy Blue Collar Podcast - the missionplace
episode 72: apologies (not from us, though)

All That's Holy Blue Collar Podcast - the missionplace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022


Before we get around to discussing the value of public apiologies, we queue up Youtube and Spotify tunes. We got into a discussion of what music we've been listening to this summer. Eventually, we get around to discussing one of Cody's favorite bands, Mewithoutyou which just completed their farewell your. We'll hear more about Mewithoutyou in a podcast later this year. Sorry for the delay…I apologize, can you forgive me. We got sidetracked talking about music when we really wanted to discuss the value of public apologies. Specifically, Cody references an apology from the Pope to the First People of Canada, which gets us onto the wider topic of apology and forgiveness. Wrapping up this episode, we give a bit of a preview of the amazing people with whom we are working to schedule some time for a conversation.

Yarning Up with Caroline Kell
Yarning Up with Benny Clark

Yarning Up with Caroline Kell

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 69:44


In this week's episode, Caroline is joined by Benny Clark, proud Gunai, Kurnai and Djapwurrung man. Benny is a Melbourne based session drummer playing for the likes of Baker Boy and Dallas Woods among many others. Benny has always been open to being vulnerable and expressing himself, and this episode is no exception. He tells us about growing up in predominantly white neighbourhood, and the mistreatment and abuse he experienced for being openly and proudly Indigenous. With diagnosed ADHD young, Benny admits to getting bored of things quite quickly, which is what his parents expected to happen when he asked for a drum kit. 27 years later he's made his mark, working with some incredible artists along the way. The two yarn about his extensive music career, his influence and introduction to the music world, working with artists like Baker Boy and their incredible story of determination to perform after Splendour In The Grass was cancelled only hours before their set. To keep up to date with Benny Clark, be sure to follow him on Instagram here.This episodes deals with some issues of suicide and self harm. If you or someone you know is struggling then contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or 13 Yarn on 13 92 76.safeTALK is a half-day alertness workshop that prepares anyone over the age of 15, regardless of prior experience or training, to become a suicide-alert helper. For more information about Safe Talk, click the link here.  If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review and don't forget to follow the show! Follow Caroline on Instagram @blak_wattle_coaching and learn more about working with Caroline here! We would like to acknowledge Aboriginal people as Australia's First Peoples' who have never ceded their sovereignty. We acknowledge the Wurundjeri/Woiwurrung people of the Kulin Nation where the podcast was taped. We pay our deepest respects to Traditional Owners across Australia and Elders past, present and emerging.This podcast was brought to you by On Track Studio.www.ontrackstudio.com.au@on.track.studioFor advertising opportunities please email hello@ontrackstudio.com.au

Virginia Water Radio
Episode 634 (8-15-22): Coyotes and Frogs Call Out on a Virginia Summer Night

Virginia Water Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022


CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (5:33).Sections below are the following: Transcript of Audio Audio Notes and Acknowledgments ImagesExtra Information Sources Related Water Radio Episodes For Virginia Teachers (Relevant SOLs, etc.). Unless otherwise noted, all Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 8-12-22. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the weeks of August 15 and August 22, 2022. MUSIC – ~19 sec – instrumental. That's part of ‘To the Wild,” by the Virginia band The Steel Wheels.  It opens an episode about a chance hearing of two very different kinds of wild animals, and how they might be similar or different, including in relation to water.  Have a listen to their calls for about 20 seconds and see if you know these two types of animals.  And here's a hint: one's in a scientific family with, and the other rhymes with, dogs. SOUNDS  - ~21 sec. If you guessed coyotes and frogs, you're right!  You heard barks and other sounds from coyotes, along with calls of Gray Treefrogs.  This lucky recording on the night of July 5, 2022, in Blacksburg, got your Virginia Water Radio host exploring potential connections and contrasts between this terrestrial mammal in the dog family, and this partially aquatic amphibian.  Here are seven areas of note. 1.  Like other living things, both coyotes and frogs are largely made of water and require it for biological functions.  Unlike coyotes, frogs can absorb water through their naked skin, that is, skin without scales, feathers, or fur. 2.  As amphibians, Gray Treefrogs breed in water, which of course coyotes don't. 3.  Like other mammals, coyotes keep a constant body temperature, and they evaporate water through panting to cool themselves.  Frogs' body temperature fluctuates with the environment; having naked skin that's permeable to water, frogs are at risk of drying out if their habitat isn't moist. 4.  Coyotes and adult frogs both have lungs for exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide, but, in frogs, gas exchange also occurs across their skin. 5.  Both are notable for their sounds.  Coyotes use barks, howls, and other sounds to communicate to family members and to potential competitors, and frog males use calls to attract females, signal their presence to other males, and perhaps to startle away predators. 6.  These animals appear together in at least three Native American legends, including one from the Kalapuya people of Oregon, called “The Coyote and the Frog People.”  In this story, the coyote sneakily digs through a dam the frogs use to hold all of the world's water for themselves; this then creates all the rivers, lakes, and waterfalls and ends the frogs' water hoarding. And 7.  Both coyotes and Gray Treefrogs show remarkable adaptability to human environments.  Coyotes are noted for occupying habitats near humans, such as city and suburban parks.  Gray Treefrogs, meanwhile, can also be found in human spaces, such as in swimming pools or on house walls or decks.  One wildlife biologist consulted for this episode said that in his Virginia county coyotes seem to “saunter by houses like they own the place”; in the frog world, noted another biologist, Gray Treefrogs have a somewhat similar reputation. Thanks to several Virginia Tech faculty members for providing information for this episode.  Thanks also to The Steel Wheels for permission to use their music, and we close with about 30 more seconds of “To the Wild.” MUSIC - ~30 sec – Lyrics: “I'm gonna run to the wild.” SHIP'S BELL Virginia Water Radio is produced by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, part of Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources and Environment.  For more Virginia water sounds, music, or information, visit us online at virginiawaterradio.org, or call the Water Center at (540) 231-5624.  Thanks to Stewart Scales for his banjo version of Cripple Creek to open and close this episode.  In Blacksburg, I'm Alan Raflo, thanking you for listening, and wishing you health, wisdom, and good water. AUDIO NOTES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Virginia Water Radio thanks Mark Ford, Kevin Hamed, and James Parkhurst, all in the Virginia Tech Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, for contributing information to this episode. The Coyote and Gray Treefrog sounds heard in this episode were recorded by Virginia Water Radio in Blacksburg, Va., on July 5, 2022, at approximately 10:15 p.m. “To the Wild,” by The Steel Wheels, is from the 2017 album “Wild As We Came Here,” used with permission.  More information about The Steel Wheels is available online at https://www.thesteelwheels.com/.  This music was used previously by Virginia Water Radio most recently in Episode 490, 9-16-19. Click here if you'd like to hear the full version (1 min./11 sec.) of the “Cripple Creek” arrangement/performance by Stewart Scales that opens and closes this episode.  More information about Mr. Scales and the group New Standard, with which Mr. Scales plays, is available online at http://newstandardbluegrass.com. IMAGES (If not otherwise noted, photographs are by Virginia Water Radio.) Coyote, photographed in Virginia Beach, Va., February 27, 2016.  Photo by Shawn Dash, made available on iNaturalist at https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/13877118(as of August 15, 2022) for use under Creative Commons license “Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Internbational.”  Information about this Creative Commons license is available online at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/.Gray Treefrog on the deck of a residence in Blacksburg, Va., September 23, 2009.EXTRA INFORMATION ABOUT ANIMALS IN THIS EPISODE The following information is excerpted from “Coyote” and “Gray Treefrog” entries of the Virginia Department of Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources' (formerly Department of Game and Inland Fisheries) “Fish and Wildlife Information Service,” online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/.  The Coyote entry is online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/booklet.html?Menu=_.Taxonomy&bova=050125&version=19215; the Gray Treefrog entry is online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/booklet.html?Menu=_.Taxonomy&bova=020007&version=19215. Coyote (Scientific name: Canis latrans) Occurrence“Coyotes are thought to have started being seen in the 1950's and the 1960's here in Virginia, particularly in the western part of the state, and they now have an established population throughout the state.  Current occurrence throughout the state is attributed to the steady eastward migration of this species, which is due to the elimination of other large carnivores, such as red wolves, from their former ranges and to coyotes being highly opportunistic feeders and thus are highly adaptable to many habitats.” Physical Description“The males are generally larger than the females...with a body length of 1.0-1.35 meters, and a tail length of 400 millimeters.  The coat color and texture shows geographic variation, but usually the coat color is a grey mixed with a reddish tint.  ...This species is generally smaller than the grey wolf.  ...The track (70mm by 60mm) is more elongated than the domestic dog but shorter than either the gray or red wolf.” Reproduction“Yearling males and females are capable of breeding.  The percentage of yearlings breeding is controlled by food supply.  Gestation lasts 63 days.  The mean litter size is 5.3 and is affected by population density and food supply.” Behavior“The home range size of the males is 20-42 kilometers (km), and for females 8-10 km.   The female home ranges do not overlap whereas male home ranges do.  The average daily travel is reported as 4.0 km, with dispersal movements of 160 km not uncommon.  Favorable den sites include brush-covered slopes, steep banks, thickets, hollow logs, and rock ledges.  The dens of other animals may be used.  ...Dens may be shared and used for more than one year. ...Coyotes use visual, auditory, olfactory and tactile signals for communications.  They eat mostly rodents and rabbits but also take berries fruits and carrion.  They are primarily nocturnal and their howls can be heard for miles.” Gray Treefrog (Scientific name: Hyla versicolor) Occurrence“In Virginia, this species is distributed in the mountains north of the New River drainage, in the Blue Ridge, and in the Piedmont.” Physical Description“This species is identical in appearance to Hyla chrysoscelis [Cope's Gray Treefrog] but they do not interbreed.  These two species can be distinguished by chromosome number and by male mating call. ...Both species are well camouflaged.  They are usually gray but coloration ranges from gray to whitish to brown to green dependent upon environment and activities.  There is a whitish mark beneath the eyes and a bright orange or yellow on the concealed surfaces of the hind legs.  The dorsal skin is warty.  This species ranges in length from 32 to 62 milllimeters (1.25-2.5 inches).” Reproduction“Males call between March and August.  ...Breeding generally occurs from March to June.  The female lays clumps of 10 to 40 eggs per group on the surface of shallow ditches, puddles, and ponds  ...Eggs typically hatch in 4 to 5 days, and metamorphosis occurs in 45 to 64 days.” Behavior“This species is not often seen on the ground or near the water's edge except during the breeding season.  It tends to forage while in small trees or shrubs near to or standing in water.  This species is an opportunistic feeder focusing primarily on larval Lepidoptera [butterflies and moths], Coleoptera [beetles], and other arthropods.” Limiting Factors“This species is fairly arboreal, foraging from trees and shrubs in the vicinity of water. ...In general, this species requires shallow ponds with fallen branches or herbaceous growth on the water's edge.” Aquatic/Terrestrial Associations“This species is typically associated with the following forest types: black willow, sweet gum-willow oak, white oak-red oak-black oak and mixed pine-hardwood.  They are frequently found in recently disturbed areas with shrub and herbaceous cover.” SOURCES Used for Audio Atlanta Coyote Project, “Coyote Activity Patterns, Ranges, and Vocalizations,” online at https://atlantacoyoteproject.org/coyote-activity-patterns-ranges-vocalizations/. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, “Animal Fact Sheet: Coyote,” online at https://www.desertmuseum.org/kids/oz/long-fact-sheets/coyote.php. Burke Museum [Seattle, Wash.], “All About Amphibians,” online at https://www.burkemuseum.org/collections-and-research/biology/herpetology/all-about-amphibians/all-about-amphibians. Epic Ethics, “Coyote Returns Water from the Frog People—A Native Kalapuya Tale,” online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=six1kVQS_tw. First People of North America and Canada, “Native American Legends,” online at https://www.firstpeople.us/FP-Html-Legends/. Kevin Hamed, Virginia Tech Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, personal communication, August 11, 2022. Richard W. Hill, Comparative Physiology of Animals: An Environmental Approach, Harper & Row, New York. 1976. Internet Sacred Text Archive, “The Coyote and the Frog,” identified as a Hopi contained in The Traditions of the Hopi, by H.R. Voth (1905), online at https://www.sacred-texts.com/nam/hopi/toth/toth065.htm. John D. Kleopfer and Chris S. Hobson, A Guide to the Frogs and Toads of Virginia, Bureau of Wildlife Resources Special Publication Number 3, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries [now Department of Wildlife Resources], Richmond, Va., 2011. Lane Community College [Eugene, Ore.], “Kalapuya: Native Americans of the Willamette Valley, Oregon,” online at https://libraryguides.lanecc.edu/kalapuya. Miami [Fla.] Children's Museum, YouTube video (4 min./39 sec.) of “The Coyote and the Frog People,” celebrating Native American Heritage Month, November 3, 2020, online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9q4km_HDGeI. Brian R. Mitchell et al., “Information Content of Coyote Barks and Howls,” Bioacoustics: The International Journal of Animal Sound and its Recording, Vol. 15, pages 289–314 (2006); online (as a PDF) at https://www.uvm.edu/~bmitchel/Publications/Mitchell_Information_content.pdf. National Geographic, “Coyote,” undated, online at https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/facts/coyote. National Parks and Recreation Association, “Coyotes Have Moved into Parks Across the United States—Now What,” by Richard J. Dolesh, Parks & Recreation, April 6, 2018, online at https://www.nrpa.org/parks-recreation-magazine/2018/april/coyotes-have-moved-into-parks-across-the-united-states-now-what/. New Hampshire PBS, “NatureWorks/Gray Treefrog,” online at https://nhpbs.org/natureworks/graytreefrog.htm. Oregon Encyclopedia [Oregon Historical Society], “Kalapuyan Peoples,” by Henry Zenk, undated, online at https://www.oregonencyclopedia.org/articles/kalapuyan_peoples/#.YvPg_RzMJPY. James Parkhurst, Virginia Tech Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, personal communication, August 11, 2022. Roger Powell et al., Peterson Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians of Eastern and Central North America, Fourth Edition, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Boston, Mass., 2016. Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources [formerly Department of Game and Inland Fisheries],“Fish and Wildlife Information Service,” online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/; the Coyote entry is online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/booklet.html?&bova=050125&Menu=_.Taxonomy&version=19215; the Gray Treefrog entry is online at https://services.dwr.virginia.gov/fwis/booklet.html?&bova=020007&Menu=_.Taxonomy&version=19215. Ya-Native, “Coyote Takes Water From the Frog People—A Plains Legend,” online at

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Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Podcast
Season 2 Episode 5: Joe Stahlman

Institute for Thomas Paine Studies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 56:12


This month, I interview Dr. Joe Stahlman. Joe is a scholar of Tuscarora descent whose research focuses on culture and history as well as on the ongoing socio-economic and health and wellness issues among Native communities. We talk about Joe's museum philosophy, the upcoming 250 Commemoration of the American Revolution, and he offers valuable perspective on indigenous studies and decolonization in museums, on museums as vital spaces of reconciliation, and of peace as an unsung and transformative historical subject. Dr. Joe Stahlman is the Director of Seneca Nation's Seneca-Iroquois National Museum-Onöhsagwë:de' Culture Center and Seneca Nation's Tribal Historic Preservation Office. Joe is a scholar and researcher of Tuscarora descent. He has over 20 years of research experience working with First Peoples. His research focuses on culture and history, as well as ongoing socio-economic and health & wellness related endeavors with Native communities. He takes an active role in addressing the space Native peoples occupy in North American archaeology and cultural resource management. He regularly talks on the need to promote equity, equality, and justice among all peoples in North American society through a number of reconciliatory processes which are inclusive for all and empowers people to express agency through creative and intellectual endeavors. The ITPS Podcast is hosted by Dr. John C. Winters. John is the ITPS Research Associate in New York History and Assistant Professor of History at the University of Southern Mississippi. As a public historian, John has nearly ten years of experience in historic homes and public history institutions. You can find him at johncwinters.com

Indigenous in Music with Larry K
Esther Pennell in our Spotlight Interview (Bluegrass, Folk)

Indigenous in Music with Larry K

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 116:00


Welcome to our Indigenous in Music with Larry K. Tonight, we welcome back from North Bay Ontario, singer, songwriter and performer Esther Pennell. She has been enjoying the success with the release of her 3rd album “Big Dream,” a mix of Bluegrass Folk, and she'll be performing at the The First People's Festival August 11th. Read all about her on our home page at www.indigenousinmusic.com/esther-pennell-interview. Enjoy music from Esther Pennell, Shon Denay, Samian, Ana Tijoux, JB the First Lady, Khu.eex', Shauit, Sly Mestokosho Eagle & Hawk, Nancy Sanchez, Samantha Crain, Ailaika, Kelly Fraser, JC Campbell, Desiree Dorion, Wolf Den, Thea May, Julian Taylor, Troy Junker, Mya Gomez, Bomba Estereo, Locos Por Juana, Artson, Quese Imc, Supaman, Sergio Mendes, Black Eyed Peas, Concorde a L'Orange, Rye, Joy Harjo, Alan Syliboy & The Thundermakers, STOiK, Isaac Musdoch, Matt Epp, Nora Kotkas, Phyllis Sinclair, Tracy Bone and much much more. Visit our homepage at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and visit our virtual gallery, currently featuring Tracy Lee Nelson. #GivingIndigenousinMusicandArts

Business Class: The Tourism Academy Podcast
Culture, Heritage & Life on the Reservation Zia Pueblo

Business Class: The Tourism Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 24:38


Throughout the west, there are signs of life from long before Europeans arrived. There were grand cities like Mesa Verde & Chaco Canyon, artists creating petroglyphs, builders & engineers who turned the faces of cliffs into homes and communities. Today, there are countless people living life on the reservation, doing their best to ensure that their culture, heritage, traditions, language and families survive. The Tourism Academy's Stephen Ekstrom was invited to bake bread with the former governor of the Zia Pueblo, Rudy and his wife, Andrea.  Here's their story. Business Class is brought to you by The Tourism Academy - harnessing the power of science, business psychology and adult education to advance the tourism industry and build sustainable economies. Learn how to engage your community, win over stakeholders and get more visitors at tourismacademy.org. Support the show

Herbal Radio
Reclaiming Indigenous Medicines, with Dr. Gary Ferguson | Tea Talks with Jiling

Herbal Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 38:38


Dr. Gary Ferguson serves as Faculty and Director of Outreach & Engagement at Washington State University's Institute for Research and Education to Advance Community Health (IREACH). Dr. Ferguson is Aleut/ Unangax, and an enrolled member of the Qagan Tayagungin Tribe. Formally trained as a Naturopathic Physician, he is passionate about reclaiming the indigenous medicines of the First Peoples of Alaska, and supporting healthy communities with a population health approach. Dr. Ferguson regularly teaches about promoting Alaskan Plants as Food & Medicine, and is the co-creator of the Store Outside Your Door Initiative. In today's interview, Jiling and Dr. Ferguson explore indigenous healing ways, culture as medicine, and reclaiming our connection with our first medicines.  Visit Dr. Gary Ferguson at DrGaryFerguson.com and Washington State University's Memory and Brain Wellness Center. Read A Conversation with Dr. Gary Ferguson, IREACH Faculty and Director of Outreach & Engagement.  Listen to more talks with Dr. Gary Ferguson: Culture is Medicine, Cultural Humility in Practice, How to Make Salve from Traditional Unangax̂ Plants, and work with the Center for Native American Health Sciences Indigenous Clinical Simulation Space.  Jiling Lin is a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac), herbalist, and yoga teacher in Ventura, CA. She helps athletes, artists and visionaries thrive with transformative acupuncture & herb treatments and innovative classes & retreats. Visit Jiling at JilingLin.com, Instagram @LinJiling and Facebook @JilingLAc.  Join our community! Subscribe to the Mountain Rose Herbs newsletter Subscribe to Mountain Rose Herbs on YouTube Follow on Instagram Like on Facebook Follow on Pinterest Follow on Twitter Read the Mountain Rose Herbs blog Follow on TikTok Strengthening the bonds between people and plants for a healthier world. Mountain Rose Herbs www.mountainroseherbs.com 

WPKN Community Radio
The Plight Of Native American Peoples In Their Own Homeland

WPKN Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 55:00


The Native Americans are the First People of the United States, yet they are forced to live on reservations on their own land. The Indigenous People seem to be the unseen, and uncared for citizens on their own land. Politicians forget Native People, and the wider society do not remember the Indigenous people are still here. There is one person who do not forget his own people, and he is Tiokasin Ghosthorse. A member of the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation of South Dakota, Tiokasin is a multi-talented and multi-faceted human being who cares about his people and their many challenges. Please listen this conversation as Tiokasin Ghosthorse fields questions from host of the show, Garnett Ankle.

The Marc Cox Morning Show
Most America First people are backing Greitens in the Missouri Primary according to Guilfoyle

The Marc Cox Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 7:11


Marc talks to Kimberly Guilfoyle, about the Missouri Primary and who she thinks Former President Trump will endorse in the upcoming election.  Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images

MCCGP Podcast
The Radiant Light (Prophet's Seerah): Ep 46 First People to Migrate to Medina and their stories

MCCGP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 48:57


Sunday July 24, 2022 Zul Hijja 25, 1443   Having received the command to migrate, the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) instructs the Muslims in Mecca to make their way to Yathrib. This episode takes a look at the first people to migrate and what happened with them, how the Hijra became secretive, and explores the Hijra stories of Abu Salama and his wife Umm Salama, and 'Umar b. al-Khattab and 'Ayyash b. Abi Rabi'a.

Science Friday
Global Heat Wave, Indigenous Peoples Genetic History, Heat-Adaptive Plants. July 22, 2022, Part 1

Science Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 46:55 Very Popular


Earth Faces A Global Heat Wave Temperatures are higher than normal for much of the planet this week—and while the heat wave in Europe has had much of the attention, over 100 million Americans in 28 states were under extreme heat advisories this week. Yasmin Tayag, a freelance science editor and writer based in New York, joins Ira to talk about the global heat wave and other stories from the week in science—including the president's COVID diagnosis, an uptick in drug-resistant infections, and the question of whether previously uninfected people are “sitting ducks” when it comes to new COVID variants. They'll also tackle some lighter topics, including new studies of how an elephant's trunk works, and the genetics of how penguins came to prefer colder climates. Genetics Suggest Indigenous People Arrived In Americas Earlier Than Some Thought For years, grade school textbooks have told the story of how the Americas were populated by people crossing a land bridge from Asia and migrating in the safe havens between glaciers. In this version of history, its inhabitants arrived 13,000 years ago. But that story needs an update, thanks to both new archaeological evidence, and the increasingly robust tools of genetic analysis—ancient genomes extracted from millennia-old human remains suggest a much longer history of people in the Americas, perhaps by thousands more years, and aligns with the oral histories of Native Americans and other Indigenous peoples. The genetic evidence also brings up new mysteries, including evidence of some groups of ancient peoples with no direct descendants today. Producer Christie Taylor talks to University of Kansas anthropological geneticist Jennifer Raff, the author of Origin: A Genetic History of the Americas, about the growing evidence for the need to revise the history of the First Peoples. Plus, why researchers seeking to tell that story need to work directly with contemporary tribes to ensure that exploitative scientific practices of the past are not repeated. Can Genetic Modification Help Plants Survive Climate Change? Temperatures around the world are reaching all-time highs as major heat waves cause extreme weather and climate events. Earlier this year, temperatures in India and Pakistan soared to 120 degrees Fahrenheit, followed by months of unrelenting, unseasonably hot weather. A brutal heat wave is now moving across Europe, fueling devastating wildfires, and producing Britain's highest temperature on record. Propelled by climate change, future heat waves promise to increase in frequency and intensity, posing a dangerous threat to human health. But people aren't the only ones at risk. Many plants—including essential food crops—struggle to survive as temperatures rise. When conditions heat up, a plant's immune system can shut down, eliminating its defense mechanism. With key agricultural regions already experiencing record highs, global food supplies face potentially devastating consequences. Ira talks to Sheng-Yang He about his research published in Nature last month that offers a potential solution—using gene editing to strengthen a plant's defenses against increased temperatures.

Star Family Wisdom
Ep 40: Star Shrines, Earth Energy and Activation

Star Family Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 45:03


Episode # 40: Star Shrines, Earth Energy and Activation I Episode Info I In this episode, your co-hosts have a simultaneously deep and humorous conversation together about an incredible spiritual pilgrimage/road trip we took together in May of 2022. We're still processing! Follow us on our journey along the ancient indigenous Star Shrine ley line of the Southwestern US - a little-known and almost disappeared echo of Orion's belt and the Egyptian pyramid line, which also reflects the chakra layout of the human body. From “holy hell highway” to deep healing and releasing, we discuss the bumps, jolts, joys and rich revelations of our 7-site spiritual pilgrimage to these Power Centers - revered by our First Peoples for generations, they're still potent and ready to offer us energy for change, especially from the bottom up! ;) | Show References | ► Star Shrines and Earthworks of the Desert Southwest by Gary David| https://tinyurl.com/3zup9das ► The Orion Zone by Gary David | https://tinyurl.com/2aswkyfm | Star Family Wisdom Resources| ► Free Chakras and Human Energy Field E-Book | https://www.starfamilywisdom.com/ChakrasEBOOK ► Star Shrines Sound Activation | https://www.starfamilywisdom.com/starshrineactivation ► Quantum Journey Bundle | https://www.starfamilywisdom.com/journeysandactivations ► Shamanic Practice and Manifestation Course | https://www.starfamilywisdom.com/shamanicenergyevergreencourse |Related Star Family Wisdom Videos| ► Episode 28 : Earth Energy, Healing and Power Centres | https://youtu.be/x6nMbfgd2hQ ► Episode 21: Star Shrines of the Southwest | https://youtu.be/DxhHxVxWQWs ► Episode 12: Sacred Geometry and Our Sacred Origins | https://youtu.be/v8emUmlYBQY | Star Family Wisdom | ► Website| http://www.starfamilywisdom.com ► Podcast| http://www.starfamilywisdom.com/podcast ► Disclaimer | http://www.starfamilywisdom.com/disclaimer ► Core Values | http://www.starfamilywisdom.com/about ►Instagram | http://www.instagram.com/starfamilywisdom ►Instagram | http://www.instagram.com/starfamilywisdompodcast_ ►Facebook | http://www.facebook.com/starfamilywisdom ►Youtube | http://www.tinyurl.com/starfamyoutube | Connect with Sinéad and Jenna | ►Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/jenna_layden ►Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/swhelehan/ ►Email | support@starfamilywisdom.com ============================================= About Star Family Wisdom: Star Family Wisdom is a paradigm shifting Podcast, Community and Modern-Day Mystery School for your Spiritual and Cosmic evolution! ► Rediscover your true origins and your infinite potential, find balance between mind, body and spirit, and awaken your human superpowers ►Prepare for ET and UFO disclosure, learn to connect with your Star Family, and become a Galactic citizen ►Integrate ancient and current spiritual and cosmic wisdom, and practices that will support you in liberating yourself from anxiety and fear, allowing you to manifest your authentic self About the Podcast & Hosts: The Star Family Wisdom Podcast is hosted by Jenna Layden (a former Global Vice President for Whole Foods Market) and Sinéad Whelehan (a former progressive Educator, youth mentor, and social justice activist). We share conversations, ideas and information that will inspire you and support you on this wild journey of being human. Explore ancient clues about our untold human story, real life supernatural experiences, lost knowledge from the stars, and spiritual wisdom that empowers you to transform your life, for the better. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/starfamilywisdom/support

Indigenous in Music with Larry K
Esther Pennell In Our Spotlight Interview (Bluegrass, Folk)

Indigenous in Music with Larry K

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 116:00


Welcome to our Indigenous in Music with Larry K. Tonight, we welcome back from North Bay Ontario, singer, songwriter and performer Esther Pennell. She has been enjoying the success with the release of her 3rd album “Big Dream,” a mix of Bluegrass Folk, and she'll be performing at the The First People's Festival August 11th. Read all about her on our home page at www.indigenousinmusic.com/esther-pennell-interview. Enjoy music from Esther Pennell, Shon Denay, Samian, Ana Tijoux, JB the First Lady, Khu.eex', Shauit, Sly Mestokosho, Eagle & Hawk, Nancy Sanchez, Samantha Crain, Ailaika, Kelly Fraser, JC Campbell, Desiree Dorion, Wolf Den, Thea May, Julian Taylor, Troy Junker, Mya Gomez, Bomba Estereo, Locos Por Juana, Artson, Quese Imc, Supaman, Sergio Mendes, Black Eyed Peas, Concorde a L'Orange, Rye, Joy Harjo, Alan Syliboy & The Thundermakers, STOiK, Isaac Musdoch, Matt Epp, Nora Kotkas, Phyllis Sinclair, Tracy Bone and much much more. Visit our homepage at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and visit our virtual gallery, currently featuring Tracy Lee Nelson. #GivingIndigenousinMusicandArts

The John Batchelor Show
3/4: First peoples. 3/4: "Peopling of the Americas as inferred from ancient genomics." David J. Meltzer, SMU. @NatureMagazine @NatureScience

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 12:06


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 3/4: First peoples.  3/4: "Peopling of the Americas as inferred from ancient genomics." David J. Meltzer, SMU. @NatureMagazine @NatureScience https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-021-03499-y "In less than a decade, analyses of ancient genomes have transformed our understanding of the Indigenous peopling and population history of the Americas. These studies have shown that this history, which began in the late Pleistocene epoch and continued episodically into the Holocene epoch, was far more complex than previously thought. It is now evident that the initial dispersal involved the movement from northeast Asia of distinct and previously unknown populations, including some for whom there are no currently known descendants. The first peoples, once south of the continental ice sheets, spread widely, expanded rapidly and branched into multiple populations. Their descendants—over the next fifteen millennia—experienced varying degrees of isolation, admixture, continuity and replacement, and their genomes help to illuminate the relationships among major subgroups of Native American populations. Notably, all ancient individuals in the Americas, save for later-arriving Arctic peoples, are more closely related to contemporary Indigenous American individuals than to any other population elsewhere, which challenges the claim—which is based on anatomical evidence—that there was an early, non-Native American population in the Americas. Here we review the patterns revealed by ancient genomics that help to shed light on the past peoples who created the archaeological landscape, and together lead to deeper insights into the population and cultural history of the Americas.

The John Batchelor Show
2/4: First peoples. 2/4: "Peopling of the Americas as inferred from ancient genomics." David J. Meltzer, SMU. @NatureMagazine @NatureScience

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 6:03


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 2/4: First peoples.  2/4: "Peopling of the Americas as inferred from ancient genomics." David J. Meltzer, SMU. @NatureMagazine @NatureScience https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-021-03499-y "In less than a decade, analyses of ancient genomes have transformed our understanding of the Indigenous peopling and population history of the Americas. These studies have shown that this history, which began in the late Pleistocene epoch and continued episodically into the Holocene epoch, was far more complex than previously thought. It is now evident that the initial dispersal involved the movement from northeast Asia of distinct and previously unknown populations, including some for whom there are no currently known descendants. The first peoples, once south of the continental ice sheets, spread widely, expanded rapidly and branched into multiple populations. Their descendants—over the next fifteen millennia—experienced varying degrees of isolation, admixture, continuity and replacement, and their genomes help to illuminate the relationships among major subgroups of Native American populations. Notably, all ancient individuals in the Americas, save for later-arriving Arctic peoples, are more closely related to contemporary Indigenous American individuals than to any other population elsewhere, which challenges the claim—which is based on anatomical evidence—that there was an early, non-Native American population in the Americas. Here we review the patterns revealed by ancient genomics that help to shed light on the past peoples who created the archaeological landscape, and together lead to deeper insights into the population and cultural history of the Americas.

The John Batchelor Show
1/4: First peoples. 1/4: "Peopling of the Americas as inferred from ancient genomics." David J. Meltzer, SMU. @NatureMagazine @NatureScience

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 12:45


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 1/4: First peoples.  1/4: "Peopling of the Americas as inferred from ancient genomics." David J. Meltzer, SMU. @NatureMagazine @NatureScience https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-021-03499-y "In less than a decade, analyses of ancient genomes have transformed our understanding of the Indigenous peopling and population history of the Americas. These studies have shown that this history, which began in the late Pleistocene epoch and continued episodically into the Holocene epoch, was far more complex than previously thought. It is now evident that the initial dispersal involved the movement from northeast Asia of distinct and previously unknown populations, including some for whom there are no currently known descendants. The first peoples, once south of the continental ice sheets, spread widely, expanded rapidly and branched into multiple populations. Their descendants—over the next fifteen millennia—experienced varying degrees of isolation, admixture, continuity and replacement, and their genomes help to illuminate the relationships among major subgroups of Native American populations. Notably, all ancient individuals in the Americas, save for later-arriving Arctic peoples, are more closely related to contemporary Indigenous American individuals than to any other population elsewhere, which challenges the claim—which is based on anatomical evidence—that there was an early, non-Native American population in the Americas. Here we review the patterns revealed by ancient genomics that help to shed light on the past peoples who created the archaeological landscape, and together lead to deeper insights into the population and cultural history of the Americas.

The John Batchelor Show
4/4: First peoples. 4/4: "Peopling of the Americas as inferred from ancient genomics." David J. Meltzer, SMU. @NatureMagazine @NatureScience

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 8:33


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. CBS Eye on the World with John Batchelor CBS Audio Network @Batchelorshow 4/4: First peoples.  4/4: "Peopling of the Americas as inferred from ancient genomics." David J. Meltzer, SMU. @NatureMagazine @NatureScience https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-021-03499-y "In less than a decade, analyses of ancient genomes have transformed our understanding of the Indigenous peopling and population history of the Americas. These studies have shown that this history, which began in the late Pleistocene epoch and continued episodically into the Holocene epoch, was far more complex than previously thought. It is now evident that the initial dispersal involved the movement from northeast Asia of distinct and previously unknown populations, including some for whom there are no currently known descendants. The first peoples, once south of the continental ice sheets, spread widely, expanded rapidly and branched into multiple populations. Their descendants—over the next fifteen millennia—experienced varying degrees of isolation, admixture, continuity and replacement, and their genomes help to illuminate the relationships among major subgroups of Native American populations. Notably, all ancient individuals in the Americas, save for later-arriving Arctic peoples, are more closely related to contemporary Indigenous American individuals than to any other population elsewhere, which challenges the claim—which is based on anatomical evidence—that there was an early, non-Native American population in the Americas. Here we review the patterns revealed by ancient genomics that help to shed light on the past peoples who created the archaeological landscape, and together lead to deeper insights into the population and cultural history of the Americas.

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips
What If My Kids Don't Like Me?

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 43:30


When kids grow up, parents have to deal with some big questions. Should my kids be paying rent? Want happens when I don't like their partner? Can I give them parenting advice? It's a topic rarely covered in parenting manuals, which is why Cam and Ali have brought journalist and author Celia Dodd into the bathroom to chat about her book All Grown Up: Nurturing Relationships with Adult Children. LINKS Buy All Grown Up: Nurturing Relationships with Adult Children – https://www.amazon.com.au/All-Grown-Up-Nurturing-Relationships/dp/147298076X. Buy The Empty Nest: Your Changing Family, Your New Direction – https://www.booktopia.com.au/the-empty-nest-celia-dodd/ebook/9780748118458.html. Follow Celia on Twitter @celia_dodd. Follow Celia on Instagram @celiaruthdodd. Learn more about Celia on her website – https://celiadodd.co.uk/. Follow Cam on Instagram @camerondaddo.  Follow Ali on Instagram @alidaddo.  Follow Nova Podcasts @novapodcastsofficial.  Got a question for Cam & Ali? You can email them atseparatebathrooms@novapodcasts.com.au.  CREDITS Hosts: Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe-Daddo.  Guest: Celia Dodd Managing Producer: Elle Beattie.  Producer and Editor: Amy Kimball.  Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au. Separate Bathrooms would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the First Peoples of the land on which we work. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, and recognise their enduring connections to country, knowledge and stories. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations people listening.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Business Class: The Tourism Academy Podcast
Miss Navajo Nation - Niagara Rockbridge

Business Class: The Tourism Academy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 30:23


The crown is heavy and, along with the responsibility to represent her family, community, language and culture, rests on the shoulders of Miss Navajo Nation, Niagara Rockbridge. Unlike any pageant you could imagine, Niagara explains her favorite part of the competition - sheep butchering. She also explains what life is really like on the reservation, balancing family, service and education both within and outside of the Navajo Nation. Join The Tourism Academy's Stephen Ekstrom for this wonderful conversation and learn how you can experience the beautiful sights, flavors and people of the Navajo Nation. RELATED: Strengthen Your Community With Tourism Ambassador TrainingBusiness Class is brought to you by The Tourism Academy - harnessing the power of science, business psychology and adult education to advance the tourism industry and build sustainable economies. Learn how to engage your community, win over stakeholders and get more visitors at tourismacademy.org. Support the show

Shrine of Remembrance
For Kin and Country Yarns: Rex Solomon

Shrine of Remembrance

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 42:22


This episode of For Kin and Country Yarns was recorded during Reconciliation Week following the Victorian Aboriginal Remembrance Service (May 2022). In this podcast, guest host and acclaimed Gunditjmara actor Tom Molyneux yarns with Ngarigo Dunghutti veteran Rex Solomon about family connection to service, experience in the forces and reflections on how First People's service is commemorated today. Credits: Speaker: Rex Solomon  Interviewer: Tom Molyneux  Editor: Laura Thomas  Music:  Title: Emu and Brolga Composer: James Henry Performed by: Air Force Band Wind Quintet This song was debuted at the Shrine of Remembrance for the Victorian Aboriginal Remembrance Service.  Audio Mastering: Kris Keogh  Special thanks: Megan Spencer, for her keen ear and feedback on this podcast.   Disclaimer:  The opinions expressed in this podcast are those of individual contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Shrine of Remembrance. Support:  If this interview raises any issues for you, please contact: Lifeline on 13 11 14 Open Arms (formerly VVCS) - Veterans & Families Counselling on 1800 011 046 or visit their website. 13 YARN, Australia's first, 24/7, national, Indigenous-led Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander crisis support line. Phone 13 92 76, or visit their website Episode duration: 42:22 For more information about the For Kin and Country exhibition at the Shrine of Remembrance, click here. 

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips
Does Mel Schilling Still Believe In MAFS?

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 41:07


Love it or hate it, Married At First Sight is a TV juggernaut that dominates the ratings, social media, and even chats around the dinner table. Cam and Ali get a peek behind the curtain with Mel Schilling, relationship and dating expert, and one of the therapists on both the UK and Australian versions of MAFS.  LINKS Learn more about Mel Schilling on her website – https://melanieschilling.com/. Follow Mel Schilling on Instagram @mel_schilling1. Buy Mel's book The C Word – https://geni.us/TheCWord. Watch Married At First Sight Australia on 9Now – https://www.9now.com.au/married-at-first-sight. Watch Married At First Sight UK on 9Now – https://www.9now.com.au/married-at-first-sight-uk. Follow Cam on Instagram @camerondaddo.  Follow Ali on Instagram @alidaddo.  Follow Nova Podcasts @novapodcastsofficial.  Got a question for Cam & Ali? You can email them atseparatebathrooms@novapodcasts.com.au.  CREDITS Hosts: Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe-Daddo.  Guest: Mel Schilling Managing Producer: Elle Beattie.  Producer and Editor: Amy Kimball.  Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au. Separate Bathrooms would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the First Peoples of the land on which we work. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, and recognise their enduring connections to country, knowledge and stories. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations people listening.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips

Usually Cam and Ali are the ones asking the questions but now it's their turn to answer. They've taken questions from you, our dear listeners, and chat coping with aging, refreshing their love, and how to back yourself against the overwhelming weight of guilt. LINKS Follow Cam on Instagram @camerondaddo.  Follow Ali on Instagram @alidaddo.  Follow Nova Podcasts @novapodcastsofficial.  Got a question for Cam & Ali? You can email them atseparatebathrooms@novapodcasts.com.au.  CREDITS Hosts: Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe-Daddo.  Managing Producer: Elle Beattie.  Producer and Editor: Amy Kimball.  Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au. Separate Bathrooms would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the First Peoples of the land on which we work. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, and recognise their enduring connections to country, knowledge and stories. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations people listening.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Black Magic Woman
CIAF Series - Janina Harding

Black Magic Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 35:18


Janina Harding is a proud Meriam (Erub/Mer) woman, who is currently the Artistic Director of the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF). She has over thirty years of experience in and across the Indigenous art sector (ranging from leading various cultural and employment programs, who has experience in public broadcasting, boasting exceptional prowess in event management and programming).A daughter of Eleanor Harding, she hails from Melbourne, Victoria but currently lives in Cairns, Queensland where, for the last seven years, she has been reconnecting with her roots and actively bolstering the Indigenous art output of Queensland.Having served two terms on the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Arts Board of the Australia Council—as well as two terms on the Torres Strait Islander Advisory Board for the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC)— Harding brings a keen national focus, encapsulating contemporary and more traditional insights to her practice as a Cultural Practitioner and Worker.Prior to her move to Tropical North Queensland, from 2001-2015 Harding worked for the City of Melbourne, managing the Indigenous Arts Program. Throughout her tenure, she curated, established and produced the Indigenous Film Festival Blak Nite Cinema, and the Melbourne Indigenous Arts Festival. Harding also established the City of Melbourne's inaugural Indigenous Mentorship Program—opening the door for aspiring arts managers, directors and producers, providing professional networks with Melbourne's major cultural institutions.In more recent years, Harding assumed the post of Artistic Director of the CIAF. In year's prior to 2015, audience attendance to CIAF peaked at 27,000. Through Harding's reinvigorated and expanded programming (brining in new mediums/modes of art and expression, as well as diversifying the creative participation in CIAF), in 2016 visitation numbers soared to 50,000 (a steadily growing figure, until 2020). With Harding's unique stamp on the event, she has transformed CIAF as being greater than an Art Fair.CIAF is now celebrated as being Australia's premier Indigenous art fair, enjoying global interest and wide-reaching domestic acclaim. But, through Harding's influence, it has become a melting pot of inclusivity, embracing and empowering artists and communities, in celebrating the two cultures of this country's First Peoples, their artforms and ever-changing cultures.Janina Harding continues to embrace the broader arts industry, ever curious about creative endeavours and advances in contemporary art movements from across the country. This passion, for the arts and for Indigenous peoples, remains her driving force, forever inspiring her to forge new pathways for their longevity and success, and to inspire the broader arts industry to engage in best practice methods with Indigenous creatives.Recommendations throughout this episode:https://ciaf.com.auhttps://ciaf.com.au/people/janina-hardingWebsite: www.blackmagicwoman.com.auFollow us on Instagram - @blackmagicwomanpodcastThe Black Magic Woman Podcast is hosted by Mundanara Bayles and is an uplifting conversational style program featuring mainly Aboriginal guests and explores issues of importance to Aboriginal people and communities. Mundanara is guided by Aboriginal Terms of Reference and focusses more on who people are rather than on what they do.If you enjoyed this episode, please ‘Subscribe' on Apple Podcasts or ‘Follow' on your Spotify app and tell your friends and family about us! If you'd like to contact us, please email, info@blackmagicwoman.com.auSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/black-magic-woman. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips
Putting Someone Else Before Your Partner

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 33:12


What happens to a relationship when you have to put someone else's needs above yours and your partner's? How can we support friends and loved ones who have taken on carer roles? Cam and Ali chat to Emma Madsen, founder of The Carers Club, about all this and so much more, to shed some light on the lives of those whose work and hardship is often overlooked. NOTE: Since the recording of this episode, the Australian government has announced a carer supplement for people already receiving a government carers payment or carers allowance. Find out more at https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/carer-supplement.  LINKS  Learn more about The Carers Club at https://www.thecarersclub.com.au/.  Follow The Carers Club on Instagram @thecarersclub. Get in touch via email hello@thecarersclub.com.au. Join the private Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/thecarersclub.  Follow Cam on Instagram @camerondaddo.  Follow Ali on Instagram @alidaddo.  Follow Nova Podcasts @novapodcastsofficial.  Got a question for Cam & Ali? You can email them atseparatebathrooms@novapodcasts.com.au.  CREDITS  Hosts: Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe-Daddo.  Guest: Emma Madsen. Managing Producer: Elle Beattie.  Producer and Editor: Amy Kimball.  Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au.  Separate Bathrooms would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the First Peoples of the land on which we work. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, and recognise their enduring connections to country, knowledge and stories. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations people listening.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Liberty Never Sleeps
LNS: Monday Morning Podcast 06/13/22 Vol.12 #110

Liberty Never Sleeps

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 62:53


Tom jumps into the waters of liberal tyranny on today's kick off to the week, and discusses the failure of the Biden administration to defend and protect our way of life.*Anniversaries and Arrows*End of Season Coming *Doane, the First People's Mountain*Russians in Nicaragua *Advisors to Whom? *Clinton Failed the Contras*Inflation at All Time High*8.6% or !8%*Bipartisan Sacrificing of Rights *Who is Fooling Who?*Want to Change> Mall Smartphones Age Limited *Minority Report in Idaho*Meanwhile In DC Books by host Thomas Purcell are available free on to Amazon Prime and Kindle subscribersThe money pledged thru Patreon will go toward show costs such as advertising, server time, and broadcasting equipment. If we can get enough listeners, we will expand the show to two hours and hire additional staff.To help our show out, please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LibertyNeverSleepsAll bumper music and sound clips are not owned by the show, are commentary, and of educational purposes, or de minimus effect, and not for monetary gain. No copyright is claimed in any use of such materials and to the extent that material may appear to be infringed, I assert that such alleged infringement is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright laws. If you believe material has been used in an unauthorized manner, please contact the poster.

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips
The Worst Best Day Possible (Fitzy + BJ Part 2)

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 37:58


CW: This episode contains discussions of the death of a baby, if this topic raises any issues for you can contact Sands for 24/7 phone support on 1300 308 307 or visit www.sands.org.au Fitzy and BJ are back in the bathroom, because there's just too much to talk about! They talk BJ's vigilante streak, get advice from Cam and Ali about parenting teenagers, and share the difficult day that brought them closer than ever.  LINKS  Listen to Fitzy & Wippa on Nova https://www.novafm.com.au/shows/fitzy-wippa/  Follow Fitzy on Instagram @fitzy18. Follow BJ on Instagram @beejayhay. Follow Cam on Instagram @camerondaddo.  Follow Ali on Instagram @alidaddo.  Follow Nova Podcasts @novapodcastsofficial.  Got a question for Cam & Ali? You can email them atseparatebathrooms@novapodcasts.com.au.  CREDITS  Hosts: Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe-Daddo.  Guests: Ryan Fitzgerald and Belinda Fitzgerald. Managing Producer: Elle Beattie.  Producer and Editor: Amy Kimball.  Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au.  Separate Bathrooms would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the First Peoples of the land on which we work. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, and recognise their enduring connections to country, knowledge and stories. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations people listening.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips
Fitzy Is Done With Toxic Masculinity (Fitzy + BJ Part 1)

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 26:45


Ryan and Belinda Fitzgerald (AKA Fitzy and BJ) are joining Cam and Ali in the bathroom for a chat that was so good we just couldn't bear to leave anything on the cutting room floor! In this episode they chat about their long courtship, proposing with a plastic ring, and breaking the cycle of toxic masculinity in parenting. Part two coming soon! LINKS  Listen to Fitzy & Wippa on Nova https://www.novafm.com.au/shows/fitzy-wippa/  Follow Fitzy on Instagram @fitzy18. Follow BJ on Instagram @beejayhay. Follow Cam on Instagram @camerondaddo.  Follow Ali on Instagram @alidaddo.  Follow Nova Podcasts @novapodcastsofficial.  Got a question for Cam & Ali? You can email them atseparatebathrooms@novapodcasts.com.au.  CREDITS  Hosts: Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe-Daddo.  Guests: Ryan Fitzgerald and Belinda Fitzgerald. Managing Producer: Elle Beattie.  Producer and Editor: Amy Kimball.  Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au.  Separate Bathrooms would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the First Peoples of the land on which we work. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, and recognise their enduring connections to country, knowledge and stories. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations people listening.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips
Why It's Harder Than Ever To Choose To Have Kids

Separate Bathrooms - and Other Handy Marriage Tips

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 39:20


The choice of whether or not to have kids seems to be a bigger conundrum than ever. So, Cam and Ali welcome journalist Gina Rushton into the bathroom to chat about her book The Most Important Job In The World and how issues form climate change, to passing down trauma, to not wanting to lose your identity affect people's decisions. LINKS  Buy The Most Important Job In The World https://www.panmacmillan.com.au/9781761260971/.  Follow Gina Rushton on Twitter @ginarush. Learn more about Gina on her website https://www.ginarushton.com/.  Follow Cam on Instagram @camerondaddo.  Follow Ali on Instagram @alidaddo.  Follow Nova Podcasts @novapodcastsofficial.  Got a question for Cam & Ali? You can email them atseparatebathrooms@novapodcasts.com.au.  CREDITS  Hosts: Cameron Daddo and Alison Brahe-Daddo.  Guest: Gina Rushton. Managing Producer: Elle Beattie.  Producer and Editor: Amy Kimball.  Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au.  Separate Bathrooms would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the First Peoples of the land on which we work. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, and recognise their enduring connections to country, knowledge and stories. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations people listening.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Clackamas United Church of Christ
God, History and the Clackamas First Peoples

Clackamas United Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 36:41


Print Bulletin Welcome and Announcements – Adam Ericksen Prelude – Jean Herrera Lighting of the Peace Candle – Micheal Garcia Our tradition at CUCC is to light a peace candle at the beginning of each worship service to center ourselves around the Peace of God. I invite you to join us in lighting the peace… The post God, History and the Clackamas First Peoples appeared first on Clackamas United Church of Christ.

The Black Briefcase
First Peoples in America (2)

The Black Briefcase

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 48:46


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