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A Mother's Intuition
A Look at "Women of the White Buffalo" Part 2- Interview with SunRose Ironshell

A Mother's Intuition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 50:17


In this second part of an interview with SunRose Ironshell about the documentary of "Women of the White Buffalo" , Tara and SunRose discuss what brought Sun Rose back to the reservation to teach high school art. SunRose shines light on making our decisions pertaining to the next seven generations and what it means to be a true ally. The documetary "Women of the White Buffalo" can be found Here SunRose Ironshell can be found Here Tare can be found Here

Transformation Talk Radio
Lesson in Mermaids, Wolves & Yellowstone - Live Call in: 800-930-2819

Transformation Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 45:29


In this episode, Kelly E. Keough, dream medium, proves her mermaid dreams bring an unexpected promise of new love through "dream tracking" and compares her shamanic experiences to Yellowstone's season 4, episodes 9 10, where Kayce performs a Native American Hanbleceya (han-bi-lech-ia), which is Lakota for "crying for a vision," and receives a message from the wolf, his animal spirit protector. Learn how these shamanic experiences from animal spirit guides can help you make the right choices, regardless of your cultural or genetic background. Ask Kelly your dream question, call in live every Wednesday at noon PT/3 pm ET at 800-930-2819. If you'd like your dream interpreted on the show, visit https://www.thedreamdiva.com/ for details. Listen and watch every Wed. @ noon PT/3 pm ET on FACEBOOK LIVE:https://www.facebook.com/transformationtalkradio/live_videos Book an intuitive reading with Kelly: https://www.thedreamdiva.com/merch-1 Insta: https://www.instagram.com/thedreamdiva/Twitter: https://twitter.com/kellyekeoughFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/dreamdivapodcast Rewatch the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq-80LzPcSb-kSFBWKKtUhQ DREAM ON! Exclusive offer for our listeners. Book a gifted 15-minute intuitive reading with Kelly here:https://squareup.com/appointments/book/n4wbffpqazzxpu/L8S6WY95DTKG7/services #Mermaids, #Dreams, #Shamanic Readings, #Mediumship, #PsychicDevelopment, #Spiritual Development, #Intuitive Readings, #DreamInterpretation #PositiveTalk #Spiritual Coaching, #Shamanic Journeying

THE SOVEREIGN SOUL Show: Cutting Edge Topics, Guests & Awakened Truth Bombs with lotsa Love, Levity ’n Liberty.
✨POWERFUL: The SACRED AWAKENING of LAKOTA Horse Nation's HOKA WICASA, with KATIE RAINE & HUNA Michelle

THE SOVEREIGN SOUL Show: Cutting Edge Topics, Guests & Awakened Truth Bombs with lotsa Love, Levity ’n Liberty.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 67:38


To support Hoka Wicasa's spiritual mission and his people on VenMo or PayPal: @hokawicasa To support the Lakota Horse Nation defending their land, donate at www.gofundme.com/f/lakota-horse-nation-defend-weelaunee-forest   JOIN our New Telegram

Lakota Language Learning Radio
KILI LLS - 03/31/2012

Lakota Language Learning Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 73:09


Remastered KILI Radio Lakota Language Show, originally broadcast on 03/31/2012. To hear new KILI content, tune in to 90.1 FM. To learn more Lakota, visit LakotaLanguageLearning.com. You can email me with comments or questions at lakotalanguagelearning@gmail.com. You can follow my personal Twitter here.

Relevant Tones
Lakota Music Project Part 1

Relevant Tones

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 56:23


Relevant Tones has the honor and privilege to present this two part series on the music from South Dakota Symphony Orchestra and their Lakota Music Project. This project is a powerful collaboration between native Lakota music and the symphony orchestra. Joined on the interview is Music Director Delta David Gier and special soloist Bryan Akipa. Bryan Akipa is a specialist in the natural wood flute which is prominently featured in many of the tracks in this first part. Please enjoy the music, anecdotes, and friendships that have been developed between the native Lakota population and the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra and stay tuned for part two!

Breitengrad
Life on the Rez: Native Americans zwischen Besorgnis und Zuversicht

Breitengrad

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 24:16


Das Covid-Risiko für Amerikas Ureinwohner war rund 3,5-mal höher als für jede andere Bevölkerungsgruppe. Zwischendurch waren die selbstverwalteten Territorien komplett abgeschottet. Trotz langsamer Öffnung bleibt unklar, welche langfristigen Folgen die Pandemie hat. Zudem geht die Angst um, Amerikas Bemühen um Energieunabhängigkeit könne zu neuen Pipeline-Projekten führen. Es gibt aber auch Anlass zu Zuversicht: Im Barre Museum sind die ersten Rückgabe-Lieferungen von Raubkunst angekommen, u.a. Artefakte, die 1890 toten Lakota nach dem Massaker von Wounded Knee abgenommen wurden.

The Hiring Line
Featuring Pete Wilson

The Hiring Line

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 55:21


Scott and Yvan chat about his background and journey into recruiting as well as entrepreneurship. Also, take time to discuss current market trends and try and dissect and understand the talent landscape the economy faces today.Pete was born and raised in Liberty Township, Ohio, graduating from Lakota in 1992. He entered the Marine Corps Reserves while attending Miami University. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as an officer of the Marines and spent the next 11 years on active duty, including a combat tour in Iraq.He entered the corporate world in 2007 and was employed with EMCOR Facilities Services until 2011, and then attended the full-time MBA program at Miami University, graduating in 2012. He then went to work for Intelligrated in Mason, OH, in the strategic sourcing group.In 2015, he purchased a Window Genie franchise and has provided outstanding customer service in the areas of window cleaning, pressure washing, and holiday lighting in his assigned territory.To learn more, visit:https://veterantalent.com/Listen to more episodes on Mission Matters:https://missionmatters.com/author/scott-shearin/

Raggedy Auntie Reads
Season 1, Episode 26: Happy Thanksgiving!

Raggedy Auntie Reads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 26:01


Season 1, Episode 26 includes: Land of the Silver Birch, traditional; The Visit by Maude Lindsay; The Children's Pilamaye Song, traditional Lakota; The Gingerbread Boy recorded by Maude Summers, adapted by Jessie McKeon; The Thank You Song by Jessie McKeon. Raggedy Auntie Reads Theme and Closing Song written, performed, and recorded by Jessie McKeon. ** Engage with Raggedy Auntie: linktr.ee/raggedyauntie **

Lakota Language Learning Radio
KILI LLS - 03/10/2012

Lakota Language Learning Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 53:33


Remastered KILI Radio Lakota Language Show, originally broadcast on 03/10/2012. To hear new KILI content, tune in to 90.1 FM. To learn more Lakota, visit LakotaLanguageLearning.com. You can email me with comments or questions at lakotalanguagelearning@gmail.com. You can follow my personal Twitter here.

A Mother's Intuition
A Look At "Women of The White Buffalo" with Sun Rose Iron Shell - Part 1

A Mother's Intuition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 51:20


In this episode, Tara interviews Sun Rose Iron Shell about being a part to the documentary "Women of The White Buffalo". Sun Rose shares the layered and recent history of Native American tribes in the United States of America. She shares her own history of being a Lakota woman brought up outside the reservation and how her mother's work in  activism would empower her own path. She gives Tara an expanded look into what happened to the Native American children who were taken from their parents to be placed in boarding schools by the state and then how it created in internal genocide for the generations to come.  This is the first interview of a two with Sun Rose Iron Shell. If you would like to support Sun Rose Iron Shell or find out more about Women of the White Buffalo , Please follow this link If you would like to find more information on Tara and her new course , Parenting the Highly Intuitive Child , 50% off sale runs from Black Friday to Cyber Monday - Use coupon code BLACKFRIDAY- Please follow this link  

Weaving Harmony
Creating the Ancient Future, Land as Ancestor, & Rites of Passage w/ Kale Ka'alekaahi

Weaving Harmony

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 120:22


-kales ancestry (Hawaiian, Lakota, Scottish) the ocean as our original ancestor -reorienting to find our place here through creation story Re-Indigenization/indiginosity as a pillar to this culture of emergence/awakening Kales path into mens work Building a culture that bridges the ancient future and past WAHILE Working with men to build a new culture where the masculine is in service The necessity of mens and women's work The differences between boy & man Integrity with our actions aligning with our words Sacredness requires offerings and sacrifices Sacredness is a behavior Integrating all of our parts Staying grounded in knowing that our work here is in service to the next seven generations Rites of Passage for our youth Samhain and connecting with our ancestors   https://www.kalekaalekahi.com/ Kales Website https://www.yonipleasurepalace.com/?ref=emmamyers YPP affiliate link https://calendly.com/yoniverse/chvrch?month=2022-11 come to CHVRCH https://calendly.com/yoniverse work w/ Emma  

Earth  Tribe Radio
What is a sweat lodge? Transformational experience.

Earth Tribe Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 24:19


What is a Sweat Lodge? Why is it so transformational? How can I do one, and why is it so powerful? A sweat lodge ceremony is a spiritual and physical cleansing ritual from ancient times. Most Native American or First People Tribes have used a similar procedure for thousands of years in the Americas.This is a place to surrender and to pray in whatever is the most healing and beautiful way for each person. This can be a most powerful and transformational experience when run by an experienced and trained individual. Sitting in the covered Sweat Lodge, we energetically enter the center of the earth and can have profound and powerful life changing experiences. life-changing 

TheOccultRejects
Native American Indians P2- Lakota Rites, Kachina Dolls & More

TheOccultRejects

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 82:55


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New Books Network
Heart of All: Oral Histories of Oglala Lakota People on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 45:55


Working with a group of over fifty students at the Little Wound School in Kyle, South Dakota, Mark Hetzel collected countless hours of oral history interviews with Oglala Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Mark and his students then turned those interviews into a 7-part audio series that attempts to piece together the long and complicated story of the Lakota oyate, or nation, through the voices of local elders and community members. These are available in the form of a podcast called the “Heart of All Oral History Project.” As Mark's students write on the Heart of All website, “We see this project as an opportunity to finally tell our own story, to set the record straight, and to be reminded, by our own relatives, where we came from and who we really are.” Framed as a conversation between community elders and students at the Little Wound School, the podcast series reflects the oral storytelling tradition that represents how Lakota people traditionally passed their knowledge from one generation to the next. But this process was interrupted by the US Federal Government's assimilationist policies during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, which punished Lakota people from speaking their language or practicing their traditional culture in boarding schools and other institutions of settler colonialism. By providing a space for Lakota people to tell their own history in their own voices, this oral history project thus represents a profound statement of Indigenous sovereignty and Lakota resistance to the epistemic imperialism of the United States. It is also a rich resource for non-Native people who are interested to learn more about the violent history of settler colonialism, the immense courage and steadfast resilience of Lakota people, as well as the beauty, creativity, and humor that characterizes Lakota culture. This interview was conducted by Lukas Rieppel, a historian at Brown University. You can learn more about his research here. If you want to learn more about the Heart of All Oral History Project, please go here. 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

Lakota Language Learning Radio
KILI LLS - 03/03/2012

Lakota Language Learning Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 53:21


Remastered KILI Radio Lakota Language Show, originally broadcast on 03/03/2012. To hear new KILI content, tune in to 90.1 FM. To learn more Lakota, visit LakotaLanguageLearning.com. You can email me with comments or questions at lakotalanguagelearning@gmail.com. You can follow my personal Twitter here.

New Books in the American West
Heart of All: Oral Histories of Oglala Lakota People on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 45:55


Working with a group of over fifty students at the Little Wound School in Kyle, South Dakota, Mark Hetzel collected countless hours of oral history interviews with Oglala Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Mark and his students then turned those interviews into a 7-part audio series that attempts to piece together the long and complicated story of the Lakota oyate, or nation, through the voices of local elders and community members. These are available in the form of a podcast called the “Heart of All Oral History Project.” As Mark's students write on the Heart of All website, “We see this project as an opportunity to finally tell our own story, to set the record straight, and to be reminded, by our own relatives, where we came from and who we really are.” Framed as a conversation between community elders and students at the Little Wound School, the podcast series reflects the oral storytelling tradition that represents how Lakota people traditionally passed their knowledge from one generation to the next. But this process was interrupted by the US Federal Government's assimilationist policies during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, which punished Lakota people from speaking their language or practicing their traditional culture in boarding schools and other institutions of settler colonialism. By providing a space for Lakota people to tell their own history in their own voices, this oral history project thus represents a profound statement of Indigenous sovereignty and Lakota resistance to the epistemic imperialism of the United States. It is also a rich resource for non-Native people who are interested to learn more about the violent history of settler colonialism, the immense courage and steadfast resilience of Lakota people, as well as the beauty, creativity, and humor that characterizes Lakota culture. This interview was conducted by Lukas Rieppel, a historian at Brown University. You can learn more about his research here. If you want to learn more about the Heart of All Oral History Project, please go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

New Books in Native American Studies
Heart of All: Oral Histories of Oglala Lakota People on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

New Books in Native American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 45:55


Working with a group of over fifty students at the Little Wound School in Kyle, South Dakota, Mark Hetzel collected countless hours of oral history interviews with Oglala Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Mark and his students then turned those interviews into a 7-part audio series that attempts to piece together the long and complicated story of the Lakota oyate, or nation, through the voices of local elders and community members. These are available in the form of a podcast called the “Heart of All Oral History Project.” As Mark's students write on the Heart of All website, “We see this project as an opportunity to finally tell our own story, to set the record straight, and to be reminded, by our own relatives, where we came from and who we really are.” Framed as a conversation between community elders and students at the Little Wound School, the podcast series reflects the oral storytelling tradition that represents how Lakota people traditionally passed their knowledge from one generation to the next. But this process was interrupted by the US Federal Government's assimilationist policies during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, which punished Lakota people from speaking their language or practicing their traditional culture in boarding schools and other institutions of settler colonialism. By providing a space for Lakota people to tell their own history in their own voices, this oral history project thus represents a profound statement of Indigenous sovereignty and Lakota resistance to the epistemic imperialism of the United States. It is also a rich resource for non-Native people who are interested to learn more about the violent history of settler colonialism, the immense courage and steadfast resilience of Lakota people, as well as the beauty, creativity, and humor that characterizes Lakota culture. This interview was conducted by Lukas Rieppel, a historian at Brown University. You can learn more about his research here. If you want to learn more about the Heart of All Oral History Project, please go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/native-american-studies

New Books in American Studies
Heart of All: Oral Histories of Oglala Lakota People on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 45:55


Working with a group of over fifty students at the Little Wound School in Kyle, South Dakota, Mark Hetzel collected countless hours of oral history interviews with Oglala Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Mark and his students then turned those interviews into a 7-part audio series that attempts to piece together the long and complicated story of the Lakota oyate, or nation, through the voices of local elders and community members. These are available in the form of a podcast called the “Heart of All Oral History Project.” As Mark's students write on the Heart of All website, “We see this project as an opportunity to finally tell our own story, to set the record straight, and to be reminded, by our own relatives, where we came from and who we really are.” Framed as a conversation between community elders and students at the Little Wound School, the podcast series reflects the oral storytelling tradition that represents how Lakota people traditionally passed their knowledge from one generation to the next. But this process was interrupted by the US Federal Government's assimilationist policies during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, which punished Lakota people from speaking their language or practicing their traditional culture in boarding schools and other institutions of settler colonialism. By providing a space for Lakota people to tell their own history in their own voices, this oral history project thus represents a profound statement of Indigenous sovereignty and Lakota resistance to the epistemic imperialism of the United States. It is also a rich resource for non-Native people who are interested to learn more about the violent history of settler colonialism, the immense courage and steadfast resilience of Lakota people, as well as the beauty, creativity, and humor that characterizes Lakota culture. This interview was conducted by Lukas Rieppel, a historian at Brown University. You can learn more about his research here. If you want to learn more about the Heart of All Oral History Project, please go here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Shhh We're Reading Dirty Books
123 - The Vow by Dannika Dark

Shhh We're Reading Dirty Books

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 75:41


In this book we follow as Melody tries to make a connection with a local tribal leader in Oklahoma, only to stumble across her friend's older brother on an undercover investigation of recent deaths in the area. Lakota and Melody haven't seen each other since they were kids but the sparks start flying immediately.  We really enjoyed the tension of their situation, him undercover and her not supposed to know him. Lakota had some amazing qualities we have seen lacking in other shifter males; he was protective but respectful, he cared about her dreams and skills. The pie scene is absolutely worth bookmarking and coming back to again and again! Plus, who doesn't love a story of falling for a friend's older brother?  We were not disappointed with this book and can't wait to read more by Dannika Dark. ***We would love and appreciate it if you could Subscribe then Rate & Review us on iTunes! Follow us @ShhhDirtyBooks on FB, IG, Twitter as well as on our website at ShhhDirtyBooks.com. Thank you for joining us!*** Music by Jim Townsend

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime
Ep24: Lakota Rae Renville

Hands Off My Podcast: True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 21:48


SEX TRAFFICKING & MURDER:   Lakota, a member of the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Tribe, was murdered. Her sister was convinced that she was trafficked and forced to become a prostitute.  Her body was wrapped in a carpet pad, rolled in a blanket, and dumped in a gravel lot in Independence, Missouri. This is Lakota's Story……"She was loved. She had lots of friends and family." - Waynette (Sister) IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:If you have any information please call the Independence Detectives at 816 325-7330 OR anonymously at TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (8477.) There is a $2,000 reward being offered for information in Lakota's case.Up to $25,000 reward for any anonymous KCMO Homicide Tip that leads to an arrest. This is offered by KCcrimestoppers, NOT the police. So you can be entirely unknown. https://www.kccrimestoppers.com/sitemenu.aspx?ID=452&fbclid=IwAR0pts3pfioYavrwQpdh45OFyJvyR0mdoNvtlzHhsaBNw637SkDXTt5b0U4LOST LOVED ONE:Lakota Rae Renville | 10/16/05 | https://www.facebook.com/LakotaRenville/EDUCATE/SUPPORT: http://ndsuspectrum.com/savannas-act/ https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/22-ways-to-celebrate-native-american-heritage-month-2022/ar-AA13APWL https://www.justice.gov/d9/fieldable-panel-panes/basic-panes/attachments/2022/01/27/tribal_and_agency_feedback_on_savannas_act_consultation_on_data_relevance_and_access.pdf  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAApcPAKx9M ARTICLES/SOURCES: https://rapidcityjournal.com/lakota-rae-renville/article_e519fb08-17ce-5c10-8ba0-1cbdf2fe120e.html https://nypost.com/2018/09/05/haunting-posters-show-native-american-women-who-vanished-mysteriously/ https://myspace.com/aronann/mixes/classic-r.i.p-lakota-rae-renville-557563 https://indepmo.com/index.php/2019/02/16/lakota-renville-unsolved-homicide/ https://www.indianz.com/News/2005/010857.asp ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Lakota Language Learning Radio
KILI LLS - 02/25/2012

Lakota Language Learning Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 61:56


Remastered KILI Radio Lakota Language Show, originally broadcast on 02/25/2012. To hear new KILI content, tune in to 90.1 FM. To learn more Lakota, visit LakotaLanguageLearning.com. You can email me with comments or questions at lakotalanguagelearning@gmail.com. You can follow my personal Twitter here.

In the Moment
Stay safe in cold weather & Lakota Music Project new release

In the Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 57:24


On Wednesday, the director of the Ness School of Management and Economics at SDSU Joe Santos will talk with the president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve about inflation, the labor market, and the economy and how it relates to the federal reserve. We talk with Joe Santos and preview the conversation.

Paranormal Now
Lakhota History, Culture, and Indigenous Supernatural Creatures of North America

Paranormal Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 74:43


Joining me is Reuben Fast Horse! Reueben was born on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, and is a traditional Lakhota singer, dancer, flutist, drummer, craftsman and storyteller. Ancient, primitive and mystical rituals sought to invoke the supernatural world to the natural through music, dance and myth. Like dreams the songs, the costumes, the stories and the form of the dance contained messages coming from deep within the unconscious mind. Dreamstate is the ecstasy of experience in this sense nightmares are the ecstasy of fear. These often surreal, lucid and mysterious episodes are played out in our minds and communicate a language of symbols that awaken us to the spiritual potentialities of our collective being. Our inspirations derive from myths & dreams where the divine mingles with humanity. The new mythology of our time is already here, the eye of reason, not of my economics, the eye of reason, not of my religion, the eye of reason, not of my linguistics, the eye of reason, not of my nationality, the eye of reason.When you see the world as a part of yourself you will take care of it. When you see yourself as part of the world you will be taken care of.When you see the earth from the moon there are no lines of division of states or nations.We are the earth, we are the consciousness of the earth........these are the eyes of the earth and this is the voice of the earth. Fast Horse is an accomplished educator and Lakotah language instructor who has lectured on Native American culture to audiences in the United States and abroad. PLEASE HELP THE CHANNEL GROW • SUBSCRIBE, like, comment, and click the Notification Bell so you don't miss a show! https://www.youtube.com/mysticloungeAlien Coffee Bean 20% discount code: MYSTERY20https://aliencoffeebean.comLINK TREE: https://linktr.ee/CoffeeandUFOsHALF LIGHT documentary: https://youtu.be/ib7r2M_ntBkPlease consider supporting the channel by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/mysticloungeHumanitarian Aid for Ukraine:https://www.npr.org/2022/02/25/1082992947/ukraine-support-help#lakota #lakhota #myth

Edge Game
52 - SOMEBODY STOP ME (feat. Jim ”Jim Carrey” Carrey)

Edge Game

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 100:56


A Separate Crow 1 year special Glock - Famous Dex Edge 3rd titantron intro song playing through speakers  u think u know me Holding gun to head and in mouth the whole episode Edge Game 53 suicide by cop. Published as axon body cam footage. Approaching cop with Glock pointed, screaming HELLO IM GAY AND IM YOUR HOST GERALDO RIVERA!!!! SOMEBODY STOP ME!!! SSSSSSMOKIN!!! LiveLeak watermark iFunny BestGore DocumentingReality EFukt Kaotic.com Each camera is a different watermark  Facebook live greenscreen cell phone cam swinging from ceiling fan And then change my mind at the end (?) Whispered voices/auditory hallucinations   Tuesday, November 1, 2022 Corn (Deflection word)   Monday, October 31, 2022 Live by the sword, die by the sword One who uses violence can expect a violent response.   Remember! We live in a world of misunderstanding.   Not good vs. evil!   Above all Be true to your self!   You, if anyone ever reads this, got this. :)   I love you.   Sincerely,   David   How to cope with loneliness https://youtu.be/NJh5idlanrc Just Dance 2017 PC Unlimited Rasputin 4K   The underwhelmingness of life It HAS to be underwhelming.   Otherwise we lose gravity and fly into outer space!   How to connect with anyone Humble yourself    Gaining true***** independence takes time! If you still feel like you're kinda still a high schooler, like me, give this article a read.   It talks about the slow, healthy, steps needed to be taken in order to gain authentic and true independence!   So you can be freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee: https://thoughtcatalog.com/holly-riordan/2020/10/being-strong-and-independent-doesnt-mean-you-do-everything-on-your-own/ Happy reading!   Take care. :)   Perspective We all have our histories and own perspectives.   And who could blame us for making our own assumptions moving out into the world when it's all we've ever known?   Nevertheless, try your best to look beyond your own eyes, your own ears, your own mind, and your own heart.   And you may start seeing things that you've never seen before!   You got this.

GrassRoot Ohio
OH Enviro Coalition Petition-Revoke ClassII Oil&Gas Injection wells from ODNR

GrassRoot Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 28:51


Carolyn Harding with Shelly Corbin, Roxanne Groff & James Yskamp. Petitioners & legal counsel to Revoke Primacy of Ohio Class II oil & gas Injection Wells from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Shelly Corbin(Takóni Kókipešni) is Itazipco/Mnicoujou, Lakota and a member of the Cheyenne River Reservation. She has served over 15 years in the military and continues to serve in the Ohio Air National Guard. Currently, as the Campaign Representative for the Beyond Dirty Fuels Campaign at Sierra Club she focuses on oil and gas infrastructure and waste related issues of the fracking industry across Ohio. Shelly is committed to connecting with the land, relationships and herself to strengthen community, connection & unity with the living world. As a founding member of the grassroots group, Save Our Rural Environment, Roxanne Groff fought the permitting of strip mines in Athens County. Her interest in state law and the lack of implementation of rules by the regulatory agencies, led her to run for public office, first for Township Trustee, then for the County Commissioner. She participates in campaigns to raise awareness and challenge industry abuses that will affect the health and wellbeing of citizens. Roxanne works with Buckeye Environmental Network and the Ohio Brine Task Force, to stop dangerous bills in the Ohio General Assembly, regarding toxic radioactive oil and gas waste as a commodity, inadequate rules for injection wells and oil and gas waste facilities, and the current Petition to revoke primacy of Class II injection wells from ODNR. James Yskamp is a senior attorney at Earthjustice in the Fossil Fuels Program, where he works on matters involving oil and gas and petrochemical infrastructure in the Appalachian Ohio River Valley. Since 2014, James has been representing clients in Ohio and Pennsylvania in a variety of environmental civil matters, including cases involving water rights, citizen suit litigation, air quality permitting, water quality permitting, mineral rights, pipeline challenges, and land use and zoning. James also teaches a course in environmental law at the University of Akron School of Law. On Oct 11, 27 Ohio grassroots and non-profit environmental organizations, delivered a petition to the the US EPA, “to Determine by Rule that Ohio's Class II Injection Well Permitting Program No Longer Represents an Effective Program to Prevent Underground Injection that Endangers Drinking Water Sources and Fails to Comply with the Requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act.” Sierra Club Ohio Beyond Dirty Fuels Campaign webpage: https://www.sierraclub.org/ohio/fighting-oil-and-gas Take Action on Petition: https://addup.sierraclub.org/campaigns/tell-the-us-epa-that-ohioans-had-enough-no-more-radioactive-waste-in-our-communities?_ga=2.165206204.227122745.1667409785-1269332763.1654095636&_gl=1*1c0gf9v*_ga*MTI2OTMzMjc2My4xNjU0MDk1NjM2*_ga_41DQ5KQCWV*MTY2NzQwOTc4NC41MS4xLjE2Njc0MTA0NzcuMC4wLjA. Ohio Brine Task Force webpage: https://www.ohbrinetaskforce.org Buckeye Environmental Network webpage: https://benohio.org EarthJustice law: https://earthjustice.org GrassRoot Ohio w/ Carolyn Harding - Conversations with every-day people, working on important issues here in Columbus and all around Ohio! There's a time to listen and learn, a time to organize and strategize, And a time to Stand Up/ Fight Back! Fridays 5:00pm, EST on 94.1FM & streaming @ WGRN.org We air on Sundays at 4:00pm EST, at 107.1 FM, Wheeling/Moundsville WV on WEJP-LP FM. Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/GrassRootOhio/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/grassroot_ohio/ All shows/podcasts archived at SoundCloud! https://soundcloud.com/user-42674753 Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../grassroot-ohio/id1522559085 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/cinublue/featured... Intro and Exit music for GrassRoot Ohio is "Resilient" by Rising Appalachia: https://youtu.be/tx17RvPMaQ8 Photo by Ted Auch of FracTracker Alliance

The Whole Rabbit
Astrological Magick: The Five Elements Of The Pentagram

The Whole Rabbit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 54:46


Everyone knows the classical elements: earth, water, air, and fire. However, these are rarely understood as they are usually presented – as generalities. In truth, each of these elements has its own character and principles that can be used in magick. Astrological magick is an excellent example of how the classical elements should be viewed for their individual strengths and weaknesses.As with all potential areas of study in occultism, it's good to be aware of where these ideas come from. Each culture will have their own take on them but the same fundamental concepts will almost always exist within those cultures. The origins of astrological magick involve Ancient Egyptian myths and other religious texts that have been passed down through time. They are not original ideas – they just might be older than you think!The topics this week include:What are the Five Elements?Sylphs, Undines, Gnomes and SalamandersThe Nature of Fire, Water, Air and Earth4 Fundamental ForcesEgyptian MythologyThe TetragrammatonThe First Four CircuitsThe Name of Jesus and The PentagramIn the extended show available at www.patreon.com/TheWholeRabbit we discuss:The Four Elements in AlchemyTarot: The Qabalistic Tree of ElementsThe Psychology of the Court CardsDNAThe Lower Quaternary of the Tree of LifeThe Lesser Banishing Ritual of the PentagramThe ArchangelsMedieval HumorsThe Four Suns of HorusFour Elements in RitualAlchemyWhere to find The Whole Rabbit:YouTube: https://youtu.be/z4DL6BFdzfMMerch: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/thewholerabbit/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0AnJZhmPzaby04afmEWOAVInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/the_whole_rabbitSources:https://www.ashg.org/discover-genetics/building-blocks/Lakota:https://aktalakota.stjo.org/lakota-culture/native-american-four-directions/Corpus Hermeticum:https://www.amazon.com/Corpus-Hermeticum-Pymander-Hermes-Trismegistus/dp/1517391644/ref=sr_1_1?crid=11DPQHTRFFXYS&keywords=corpus+hermeticum&qid=1667453589&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIzLjg2IiwicXNhIjoiMy4zNSIsInFzcCI6IjMuNDAifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=corpus+hermeticum%2Caps%2C154&sr=8-1Three Books of Occult Philosophy, Heinrich Cornelius AgrippaAlchemist's Handbook by Frater Albertus:https://www.amazon.com/Alchemists-Handbook-Practical-Laboratory-Alchemy/dp/0877281815/ref=sr_1_5?crid=3S6VZ2C0D26WM&keywords=alchemist%27s+handbook&qid=1667453671&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIxLjMwIiwicXNhIjoiMS41MiIsInFzcCI6IjEuMDAifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=alchemist%27s+%2Caps%2C165&sr=8-5Support the show

W&L After Class, the Lifelong Learning Podcast
Walks with A Noise: Exploring Identity, Quietly, with Harvey Markowitz

W&L After Class, the Lifelong Learning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 42:40


Harvey Markowitz is an emeritus professor of anthropology. Before arriving at W&L in 2003, Harvey taught in South Dakota at Sinte Gleska University, a tribal college on the Rosebud Indian Reservation. Later he spent nine years as associate and acting director of the D'Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies at the Newberry Library in Chicago. His research interests include interrelationships among American Indian religions, landscapes, culture, histories, and identities. In this episode, we talk about how he first arrived on the reservation, his relationship with the Lakota identity and language, and conversations about identity and acknowledgement in tribal communities.

Babel Podcast
Babel 36 – Lakota

Babel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 126:33


A cultura lakota compõe parte do imaginário de diversos retratos que são feitos sobre os povos dessa região, mas vamos ver o que é estereótipo e o que é fato. Chamamos o Roger Buono para falar dessa que é uma das diversas línguas originárias faladas na América do Norte! Confira as referências do episódio lá no nosso blog: medium.com/babelpodcast Edição: Estopim Podcasts Playlist Spotify: Torre de Dança Financiamento coletivo: https://apoia.se/babelpodcast Contribuição pontual via PIX: podcast.babel@gmail.com Foto da capa: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hunkpapa_Lakota_shield_1885.jpg

Indianz.Com
Cronkite News: On the Navajo Nation, a horseback ride to the polls encourages people to vote

Indianz.Com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 5:55


Protect the Sacred is part of a nationwide effort to find new and creative ways to engage with young Indigenous voters. Earlier this year, they skated to the polls for the primary election. And as Cronkite News' Athena Ankrah reports, this month they gathered in Kayenta, Arizona, to ride on horseback to the polls ahead of the midterm election. ——– Early on a recent Saturday morning, a group of activists, advocates and actors mounted horses and rode through the red rock of El Capitán Mountain in Monument Valley. By lunchtime, they made it to Kayenta Rodeo Grounds on the Navajo Nation. Black mesas and the wide open desert surround the arena. Local Diné families sit in the bleachers. There, a green flag of a rider on horseback with the words “Reclaim Your Future” waves in the breeze. Mo Brings Plenty is a Lakota actor from South Dakota. He says events like “Ride to the Polls” can unite Black, Indigenous and people of color. “it's about coming together, it's about creating allies. It's about making many voices one large voice. And we're way overdue with that.” Of the 400,000 formally enrolled Diné, only 70,000 are registered to vote in Arizona. “We just recently had the primary election… Unfortunately, on the Navajo Nation, even though we are the biggest tribe, we only had about 13% of our people, our registered voters, come out to vote.” That's Nathaniel Brown, the Navajo Nation Council Delegate for Kayenta and two other communities. He says in-person voting on the reservation is challenging. “Some of our people from Navajo Mountain, when they come out to vote at the county and state level, they have to travel four hours one way.” Brown says mail-in ballots can be even trickier. “Out here in rural Navajo Nation -- which the whole nation is -- we don't have physical addresses for the most part." That's why grassroots organizer Allie Young decided to take steps to get young people and elder members of the community to the polls. “I's a demonstration to say that even though different laws have been passed the past couple of years that have aimed to suppress our votes, especially in BIPOC communities, that we're not going to let that happen. We're still going to, you know, show up in our power. And by voting, we're reclaiming our power.” Young led the first ride to the polls in 2020. This year to emphasize the importance of voting, young invited speakers from across the country, including Rogelio Diaz. He's the co-founder of Connecting Compton, a nonprofit in California. “At the end of the day, some of the rules that exist right now are not working for us. And so we have to begin to figure out a strategy and vote for things that are going to work out for us. I think it's a necessity that we all vote, we make the difference.” For attendee Joy Wero, the event reminded her of her own family's struggle for suffrage. “My grandmother, I'm pretty sure her and her ancestors were, you know, fighting and putting their lives on the line just to hear their voices heard. But yet, I'm here and all we have to do is register, sign and register to vote.” Though voter turnout has historically been low here, numbers have spiked over the last two presidential elections. Voters on the Navajo and nearby Hopi reservations cast nearly 20,000 more votes in 2020 than in 2016, according to election data. The ride to the polls event is just one of several efforts to mobilize the Diné voting bloc before the midterm election on November 8. And when people cast their ballots on the Navajo Nation this year… the “I voted” stickers will be written in Diné Bizaad; the Navajo language. Cronkite News is produced by the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. This story is published via a Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0)

A Scary State
When Things Go South…Dakota

A Scary State

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 53:05


We are back to our normally scheduled episodes and this week we are talking about South Dakota. First, Kenzie tells us the grim tale of Walking Sam and sheds some light on a very heavy topic. Then, Lauren covers the mysterious disappearance then death of Arnold Archambeau and Ruby Bruguier. We've *walked* up our own theories, but may have to *ditch* them for new ones.--Follow us on Social Media and find out how to support A Scary State by clicking on our Link Tree: https://instabio.cc/4050223uxWQAl--Have a scary tale or listener story of your own? Send us an email to ascarystatepodcast@gmail.com! We can't wait to read it!--Thinking of starting a podcast? Thinking about using Buzzsprout for that? Well use our link to let Buzzsprout know we sent you and get a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1722892--Works cited!https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gSXDohZ7l06jo0pzNn6viWqkkBeZscN89QCd7LBip3o/edit?usp=sharing--Intro and outro music thanks to Kevin MacLeod. You can visit his site here: http://incompetech.com/. Which is where we found our music!

Get Lit Podcast
Get Lit Episode 187: Ella Cara Deloria

Get Lit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 25:17


It's Native American History Month! We're celebrating the legacy of Ella Cara Deloria: a ground-breaking novelist, anthropologist, and translator who helped promote and deepen our understanding of the Sioux (Dakota and Lakota) culture, traditions, and ways of life. Her collaborations, research, and work as an educator helped ensure that these traditions live on today. Join us in honoring her legacy! 

Lakota Language Learning Radio
KILI LLS - 02/18/2012

Lakota Language Learning Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 68:06


Remastered KILI Radio Lakota Language Show, originally broadcast on 02/18/2012. To hear new KILI content, tune in to 90.1 FM. To learn more Lakota, visit LakotaLanguageLearning.com. You can email me with comments or questions at lakotalanguagelearning@gmail.com. You can follow my personal Twitter here.

Art Works Podcasts
Remembering Lakota Culture-Bearer Kevin Locke

Art Works Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 30:28


Kevin Locke passed away on September 30, 2022. He was a Lakota flute player, hoop dancer, teacher, and 1990 National Heritage Fellow. And we're paying tribute to him by reposting this 2015. In the podcast, Kevin Locke talks about learning to play the indigenous flute—which had been on the brink of extinction, his work in the revitalization of the Lakota language, and the difference in meaning dance has in indigenous culture as compared to European culture. Locke also describes the Hoop Dance and its significance—the Hoop Dance is another traditional practice that almost died out-- in which he uses 28 wooden hoops to create a series of designs and patterns. Kevin Locke also discusses the universal importance of traditional arts and how the specificity of them creates connections among different peoples. We'd love to know your thoughts--email us at  artworkspod@arts.gov.

Real Men Feel
Cultural Appropriation | Misappropriations and The ManKind Project

Real Men Feel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 9:51


Right now, I should be volunteering at a New Warrior Training Adventure, a weekend event run worldwide by the ManKind Project. But a couple of weeks ago, Oct 11 to be exact, it was canceled by MKP USA. All the planned New Warrior Training Adventures, NWTAs, were canceled in the US for the rest of 2022. The cancellations were due to charges of cultural appropriation from a group of Native American elders called Spirit. First off, let me clarify that I am a middle-aged white American man. I have no insight into what it means to be Native American, or any other race or culture for that matter. I am sharing my opinions and asking questions. I am not representing any other individual or group. And I'm willing to be wrong about everything I think I know. When I discovered that all NWTAs were canceled, I was shocked, disappointed, and hurt. My NWTA was back in October 2016. There was a lot of Native American ritual and ceremony, and it was presented very respectfully, honoring where they came from and giving full acknowledgment. It was stressed how much training ManKindProject (MKP) men had with the Lakota people to learn what we would be doing. I thought cultural appropriation meant taking something from another culture and claiming it as your own. MKP never did that in anything I was involved in. Nobody in MKP claimed to have invented the sweat lodge or any other rituals I took part in. The sweat lodge seems to be the main point of contention, but it is just one of many different events that make up the NWTA weekend. My brief research found that many cultures have used sweat lodges for purification, healing, and relaxation. Most commonly known are Native Americans, but also the Mayans, Aztecs, and across Europe as early as the 5th century. https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Sweat_lodge MKP Statement included: "A public campaign against the ManKind Project over concerns about cultural appropriation launched in the evening of Oct 6, 2022. One aspect of the campaign encourages public protests at NWTA locations across the country. The locations of our events were published. After assessing the content on the website, it became apparent that to proceed would put MKP participants and volunteers at risk." America is a melting pot of hundreds of cultures. Borrowing from other cultures is inevitable; it can be positive. To me, it is the evolution of society. Centuries ago, people came to North America and saw natives as less than. The letter from Spirit (https://www.spiritprotection.org/letter-to-mkp) makes it clear that native people are still hurting. To me, MKP has been trying to honor the native practices they use, but it is not seen that way by all native leaders. You can do the right thing and still have it be the wrong thing. Earlier this year, the ManKind Project USA published a statement, “Acknowledging and Evolving Our Relationship with Indigenous Peoples and Practices.” Note: NWTA events continue to happen outside of the US. Connect with Andy and RMF Instagram | @realmenfeelshow & @andy_grant Personal Website | theandygrant.com for coaching, healing, and book info! Podcast Website | realmenfeel.org for all things podcast-related! YouTube | Real Men Feel --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/realmenfeel/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realmenfeel/support

SmartHERNews
Finding America: The Last Stand

SmartHERNews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 15:46


"...  the place where ghosts walk in broad daylight." The Battle of Little Bighorn also known as “Custer's Last Stand” remains one of the most famous battles between the Plain Indians and the U.S. government. The battle proved a massive victory for the Lakota and Cheyenne Indians, who rejected the U.S. government's orders to retreat to reservations. In total, 210 U.S. soldiers were killed and as did an estimated 50 of Sitting Bull's followers - the exact number is unknown. As you'll hear in our interview with Michael Donahue, the phrase “The Last Stand” resonates on both sides - the last stand for those who died that day as well as the last stand for a way of life. Just a personal note - this battlefield is a somber, beautiful, sacred place where you feel the weight of the history. I feel like I only have more questions about that fateful day and the chapters before and after. Watch this full video on our YouTube channel "SmartHER News" - https://youtu.be/751vEIdG_Ug Have you visited? Where should we go next? email us: hello@smartHERnews.com

Minnesota Native News
On the Ballot 2022: Minnesota Natives Run for Office

Minnesota Native News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 5:01


This week on Minnesota Native News, Emma Needham talks with new and returning Native Candidates from Mid Term races across the state.  In the 2020 election, native voters came out to the polls nationwide at rates never seen before. According to the Associated Press, Native voters swung the elections in both Arizona and next door in Wisconsin. Now, the 2022 Midterm elections are in just under 2 weeks, and it's apparent that this time, Native people have turned out to the polls in a different way: On the ballot.  ICT, formerly Indian Country Today, tracks the number of native candidates running for offices at the state level. Right now, Oklahoma has the most, with a stunning 18 candidates for house or senate seats and one in the governor's race. Montana comes in second in the nation with 12 Native candidates, while Hawaii and Alaska both boast 10. Here in Minnesota, there are 7 candidates for house or senate seats in six districts, plus the incumbent lieutenant Governor, Peggy Flanagan. Of those 8 Candidates in Minnesota, seven different Native Nations are represented.  Alicia Kozlowski is running for State Representative in MN House District 8B in Duluth. Kozlowski is Ojibwe from Grand Portage and Fond Du Lac and is also a third-generation Mexican American. They said that their decision to run for office came not only from values in their upbringing among strong Ojibwe and Mexican women, but also from a sense of deep responsibility to their community.  “When I was making the decision to run or not it, it actually was in response to my community members, both within the tribal nations. But here in Duluth, across neighborhoods, across race, and gender and age, and ability of people saying 'please run for office.' Like, we need you to meet this moment so that we can all meet this movement,” said Alicia. Alicia Kozlowski is a unique candidate to northern Minnesota. They said that they are running for office to amplify Minnesota voices.  “We have never had anybody like me represent this district, as a Native, as a Latino, as a non-binary, as a member of the LGBTQ community, but then even more, so to be able to bring that to the capitol where we haven't had non-binary representation.” They said, “I'm running for office, not just for myself. In fact, I'm a very reluctant candidate to run for office, I'm running because I want to what I say is CO govern with our people…I'm not here to be anybody's voice or anybody's power, because you already have a voice and you have power. I'm here to help create that space and to amplify and to uplift all of our people.” In Minnesota, we have Native candidates running for office at the state level, but we also have Native candidates in local races, including the city council race in Bemidji and candidates for school board both in Minneapolis and in Brainerd. Charles Black Lance is White Earth Anishinaabe and Lakota from Rosebud Nation. He's currently the vice chair of the Brainerd School Board for ISD 181 where he's running for another four-year term. Black Lance says that the teachings he received from his father helped guide him in his position.  “My dad always told me, my brother and my sister are very young age was that leadership wasn't necessarily something that you aspire for, but more of a burden or something that is, was placed upon you as a responsibility. And, and I took that to heart,” He said, “fought hard and worked hard and diligently to not have power. but to have or wield influence, to be heard, and to have that voice. And I think it's really important for all indigenous people to move in that direction.” In addition to Peggy Flanagan, other Native candidates in the Minnesota race are running for reelection in the house and senate. Senator Mary Kunesh served two, two-year terms in the MN House and one two-year term in the Senate. Senator Kunesh is now up for re-election for a four-year term in Senate District 39 following redistricting. She told me why she ran for office all those years ago.  "I knew that if we wanted to make good change in Indian country in Minnesota, we needed natives there to move the ball to start talking about the issue to start, you know, really championing the issues.” said Mary Senator Kunesh is the first woman of native descent elected into the Minnesota Senate and currently the only Native person serving there. She says that there's much work to be done to build diversity in the Minnesota legislature, but she is glad to see more Indigenous candidates running for office.  “We just don't have that kind of diversity in our state Senate. And that means we are not representing the growing diversity of our communities. We do want to see legislators that look like us, that sound like us, that understand the unique circumstances. And I'm really thrilled by the number of candidates and the caliber of these candidates, because it can only bode well for Minnesota when they are elected,” she said. For Minnesota Native News, I'm Emma Needham

Lakota Language Learning Radio
KILI LLS - 02/11/2012

Lakota Language Learning Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 74:30


Remastered KILI Radio Lakota Language Show, originally broadcast on 02/11/2012. To hear new KILI content, tune in to 90.1 FM. To learn more Lakota, visit LakotaLanguageLearning.com. You can email me with comments or questions at lakotalanguagelearning@gmail.com. You can follow my personal Twitter here.

Reveal
Buried Secrets: America's Indian Boarding Schools Part 2

Reveal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 50:30


In the second half of our two-part collaboration with ICT (formerly Indian Country Today), members of the Pine Ridge community put pressure on the Catholic Church to share information about the boarding school it ran on the reservation.  Listen to part 1 here. ICT reporter Mary Annette Pember, a citizen of the Red Cliff Band of Ojibwe, visits Red Cloud Indian School, which has launched a truth and healing initiative for former students and their descendants. A youth-led activist group called the International Indigenous Youth Council has created a list of demands that includes financial reparations and the return of tribal land. The group also wants the Catholic Church to open up its records about the school's past, especially information about children who may have died there.  Pember travels to the archives of the Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions, which administered boarding schools like Red Cloud. She discovers that many records are redacted or off-limits entirely, but then comes across a nuns' diary that ends up containing important information. Buried in the diary entries is information about the school's finances, the massacre at Wounded Knee and children who died at the school more than a century ago.  Pember then returns to Red Cloud and attends the graduation ceremony for the class of 2022. In its early years, the school tried to strip students of their culture, but these days, it teaches the Lakota language and boasts a high graduation rate and rigorous academics. Pember presents what she's learned about the school's history to the head of the Jesuit community in western South Dakota and to the school's president.  Support Reveal's journalism at Revealnews.org/donatenow Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get the scoop on new episodes at Revealnews.org/newsletter Connect with us onTwitter,Facebook andInstagram

The Robyn Ivy Podcast
Restoring Our Land and Ourselves, with Doniga Markegard

The Robyn Ivy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 85:44


Every now and then you meet someone when they are smack dab in the middle of being molded by the universe into who they will later become.  You get a front row seat to a pivotal moment for them when everything changed or came together or they took that first step towards the rest of their life.  If you stick around long enough you may even get to see where they were led.  This week's guest was 16 years old in 1997 when we met at the Wilderness Awareness School (WAS) in Redmond, Washington. I was 23.  Doniga Markegard is a wildlife tracker, regenerative rancher, speaker, and author of Dawn Again: Tracking the Wisdom of the Wild and Wolf Girl: Finding Myself in the Wild.  Her teen years in nature school started her on a path that led to a career in animal tracking and then permaculture and ranching in at her farm in California, Markegard Family Grass-Fed, where she works to regenerate both soil and community through farming. Using the innovative, carbon-storing methods of regenerative ranching, she's restoring the land she tends, bringing native grasses and wildlife back.   Here are some things you'll discover in this episode: What regenerative agriculture practices are and why they matter.How we can work with the rhythms of nature to heal the land and ourselves.The importance of staying connected to where our food comes from, who grows it and how.The teachings from Lakota elder and our mentor Gilbert Walking Bull that shaped her and her philosophy of stewardship.Ways to reconnect to nature, impact your local food system and understanding that using these practices it's proven to work to restore biodiversity, soil health and regenerate lands.and so more… Enjoy!  Connect with Doniga Markegard here: Website:: https://www.markegardfamily.com/Instagram:: https://www.instagram.com/dawn.again/ Quick note, I just want to say thank you for listening to this episode. I know it means a lot to myself and my guests.  If you enjoyed this episode, you will also like: Episode #21: Erin Sharaf: The Intersection of Mindfulness and Magic Episode #38: Chris Kresser: Adapt, Thrive and Flourish Episode #14: Palek Patel:The Power of Food to Heal Community What can you do to support this channel? Subscribe, every new listener counts to us!Engage, we are a community who supports each otherLeave a review, let us know what you thinkShare, know others who may get some value - then share out channel   MORE ABOUT DONIGA MARKEGARD: Doniga Markegard is a wildlife tracker, regenerative rancher, speaker, and author of Dawn Again: Tracking the Wisdom of the Wild and Wolf Girl: Finding Myself in the Wild. Her teen years in nature school started her on a path that led to a career in animal tracking and then permaculture and ranching in at her farm in California, Markegard Family Grass-Fed, where she works to regenerate both soil and community through farming. Using the innovative, carbon-storing methods of regenerative ranching, she's restoring the land she tends, bringing native grasses and wildlife back. Doniga is a consultant and guest instructor at Nature Awareness Programs around the country, has led retreats in places such as 1440 Multiversity, Canyon Ranch and is a regular speaker at events such as the Bioneers Conference, Food Inspiration Trendsummit, and The Grassfed Exchange. She is a certified educator with Holistic Management International. She has worked with companies such as Patagonia, Tesla and Google, and has been featured in articles from Civil Eats, FastCompany, GreenBiz, The San Francisco Examiner, and NPR. Most recently she has been featured in the film Kiss the Ground available on Netflix.  Along with her husband and four children, Doniga owns and operates Markegard Family Grass-Fed LLC raising grass-fed beef, lamb, pastured pork and chicken supplying the Bay Area with local, nutrient dense foods. The family ranch leases land through out the Bay Area spanning over 11,000 acres. 

Lakota Language Learning Radio
KILI LLS - 02/04/2012

Lakota Language Learning Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 34:58


Remastered KILI Radio Lakota Language Show, originally broadcast on 02/04/2012. To hear new KILI content, tune in to 90.1 FM. To learn more Lakota, visit LakotaLanguageLearning.com. You can email me with comments or questions at lakotalanguagelearning@gmail.com. You can follow my personal Twitter here.    

Gratitude Blooming Podcast
Everything is alive and everything is listening to you

Gratitude Blooming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 47:49


Life is not a script. It is a conversation. Life is going to life. How are you connected to it? Cultural anthropologist and culture keeper Dr. Erika Powell shares when she learned to pray from a Lakota elder. In a meadow in South Dakota, the elder shared: everything is alive and everything is listening to you. Before this moment, she asked whose inbox was getting my prayers. When she connected to the life all around her, everything changed. She says, your purpose is to be human and to have this human experience. To connect to our shared humanity, the light and dark.The artist Arlene Kim Suda shares this theme of prayer through both her drawing of the rhododendron juxtaposed with three triangles. She also read a piece from the poem Ash Wednesday by T.S. Eliot, which includes the beautiful paradox: "Teach us to care and not to care / Teach us to sit still." How do we build compassion and be non-attached? All of this is an invitation to be less judgemental. We all want to feel connected to something bigger than ourselves. We appreciate your support and help so we can bloom! Please take a moment to give us 5-stars and share a review.You can always email us at hello@gratitudeblooming.com. We want to hear from you!Check out the new Gratitude Blooming journaling notecards at www.gratitudeblooming.com.If there's a project, idea or vision you'd like to bring to fruition or clarity, Erika is the creative midwife that you want to guide you & help you navigate the process & journey.  Fostering transformation at the personal & professional levels as well as creating workplaces & cultures where employees thrive are at the heart of Dr. Erika Powell's work and teaching. Dr. Powell is bilingual in Spanish, holds a doctorate in Instructional Technology & Design from the University of Virginia, and a MS.Ed in Intercultural Communication from the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in Cultural Anthropology from Haverford College.https://thepowellconsultinggroup.com/

Nature Evolutionaries
#LandBack with Taté Walker

Nature Evolutionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 71:21


Mitakuye Oyasin is a Lakota philosophy that roughly translates to "we are all related" or "all my relations." It recognizes one's relationship and responsibility to all living things and reminds us to always consider how our behaviors and actions impact the life around us. Unsurprisingly, this philosophy is at odds with colonialism and the capitalist notions of "me" over "we." This discussion will review the universal and practical applications of Mitakuye Oyasin and how humans can cultivate kinship with the life, space, and time around them in ways that reject Western bootstrap/individualistic theories and acknowledge and affirm Indigenous people, values, and practices. Taté Walker is a Lakota citizen of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota. They are an award-winning Two Spirit storyteller for outlets like "The Nation," "Everyday Feminism," "Native Peoples," "Indian Country Today," "Apartment Therapy," and "ANMLY." They are also featured in several anthologies, including "FIERCE: Essays by and about Dauntless Women," "South Dakota in Poems," W.W. Norton's "Everyone's an Author," and "The Languages of Our Love: An Indigenous Love and Sex Anthology" (forthcoming Summer 2022). Taté recently released their first full-length, illustrated poetry book, "The Trickster Riots" (Abalone Mountain Press, 2022). Learn more at jtatewalker.com.Taté and ONE have also collaborated to get "The Trickster Riots" out to Lakota youth through The Cheyenne River Youth Project.  You can contribute here through October 30th.  Link: https://www.pledge.to/getting-the-trickster-riots-out-to-lakota-youth-9078 or Text TRICKSTER to 707070 to donateSupport the show

The Samuel McGuire Show
Episode 65 (The Samuel McGuire Show)

The Samuel McGuire Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 42:15


Ohio Republican Party nonsense. Lakota board member seen on camera grabbing for school parent's camera. The Ohio Secretary of State starts a new division to better investigate election issues. Creepy Joe is at it again..

Lakota Language Learning Radio
KILI LLS - 01/21/2012

Lakota Language Learning Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 57:40


Remastered KILI Radio Lakota Language Show, originally broadcast on 01/21/2012. To hear new KILI content, tune in to 90.1 FM. To learn more Lakota, visit LakotaLanguageLearning.com. You can email me with comments or questions at lakotalanguagelearning@gmail.com. You can follow my personal Twitter here.    

Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
Wednesday, October 12, 2022 – Federal program to expand Native food hubs

Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 56:07


A new Dept. of Interior pilot program aims to put Indigenous food hubs at a handful of Bureau of Indian Education schools and BIA-operated detention centers. It follows a similar program to distribute traditional food on Indian Reservations. It's part of an effort to make sure Native people who receive help from the U.S. government have access to healthy, local food produced by tribal food vendors. Today on Native America Calling, Shawn Spruce talks about how this new pilot program will work and what it means for Native food sovereignty with Wizipan Garriott (Rosebud Sioux), Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs; Foster Cournoyer-Hogan (Ihanktonwan Dakota/enrolled Siċaŋġu Lakota), Lakota foods coordinator for Wakanyeja Tokeyahci Wounspe Oti, the Lakota Immersion School; and Bradley Harrington (Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe), culture and language revitalization advocate.

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
Episode 417: Richard Foster and Brenda Quinn on the Connection Between Patience, Humility, and the Lakota Calendar

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 54:44 Very Popular


We have such a special show for you today! I got to talk with one of my heroes, Richard Foster, and his friend and fellow pastor Brenda Quinn. Richard's new book Learning Humility uses the Lakota calendar as a framework for this study on the virtue of humility. IT'S FASCINATING! What an inspiring conversation about slowing down enough to be available to God, coming to God as who you already are, and one of our favorite topics - prayer. Due to some technological challenges, this episode's audio isn't typical TSF quality. We're sorry about that, but we still wanted to bring you this great conversation! . . . . Sign up to receive the AFD Week In Review email and ask questions to future guests! #thatsoundsfunpodcast . . . . . Thank you to our sponsors! BetterHelp Online Therapy: Visit betterhelp.com/thatsoundsfun today to get 10% off your first month. Chime: Sign up for a Chime Checking Account takes only two minutes and doesn't affect your credit score. Get started at chime.com/thatsoundsfun. Stamps.com: Go to Stamps.com and sign up with promo code THATSOUNDSFUN for a special offer that includes a 4-week trial, plus free postage and a digital scale. No long-term commitments or contracts. Indeed: Visit Indeed.com/SOUNDSFUN to start hiring now. . . . . . NYTimes bestselling Christian author, speaker, and host of the That Sounds Fun Podcast, Annie F. Downs shares with you some of her favorite things: new books, faith conversations, entertainers not to miss, and interviews with friends.

Adventures Through The Mind
Restoring The Kinship/Indigenous Worldview | Four Arrows & Darcia Narvaez, PhD ~ ATTMind 166

Adventures Through The Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 116:02


Darcia Narvaez, PhD and Wahinkpe Topa (Four Arrows) join us to explore various precepts of the indigenous worldview—aka the kinship worldview—how we might restore that worldview in both our personal lives and the world at large. We also explore the basis of what a worldview is and why our guests propose there are only two, the indigenous/kinship worldview and the dominant/Western worldview. We go in-depth on the historical rise and impact of the dominant worldview and the intergenerational cycle of trauma it propagates; the left brain / right brain dynamic and how it aligns with worldview, perception, and behavior; how generations of anthropocentrism impact our capacity to perceive our interconnection with nature and each other; a substantial dive into death, dying, grief, and ceremony; and what it means to become fully human. ... For links to our guests' work, full show notes, and a link to watch this episode in video, head to bit.ly/ATTMind166 Their Book: Restoring the Kinship Worldview: Indigenous Voices Introduce 28 Precepts for Rebalancing Life on Planet Earth *** FULL TOPICS BREAKDOWN BELOW**   SUPPORT THE PODCAST Patreon: https://patreon.com/jameswjesso Paypal Donation: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=383635S3BKJVS Merchandise:  https://www.jameswjesso.com/shop/ More Options: https://www.jameswjesso.com/support Newsletter:  https://www.jameswjesso.com/newsletter *** Extra BIG thanks to my patrons on Patreon for helping keep this podcast alive! Especially my $23+ patrons, Andreas D, Clea S, Ian C, Yvette FC, Alex F, Eliz C, Nick M, Michelle M, & Chloe C Another special thanks to Lisa F for their generous one-time donation ***** Episode Breakdown (0:00) Opening (1:30) Guest bios (6:11) Patron thanks (8:10) Interview begins (10:35) How Four Arrows came into the indigenous worldview through a near-death experience (14:05) How Darcia Narvaez came into the indigenous worldview through science (16:39) An explanation of “shifting baselines” and why understanding it matters (20:04) The dominant worldview, religion, trauma, the Roman conquest, and colonialism (32:00) What is a worldview and why there are only two worldviews that exist: Western/Dominante and Kinship/indigenous (35:16) Exploring these two worldviews and the history of their dynamic (38:39) The intergeneration cycle of trauma embedded in us through the Dominant worldview (43:53) How generations of anthropocentrism impact our capacity to perceive our interconnection with nature and each other (51:02) Feeling interconnected with life decreases fear of death, and vice versa (54:43) The left brain / right brain dynamic and how it aligns with worldview, perception, and behavior (59:31) Exploring a visit from some giant birds (1:02:10) A meditation practice on death from Four Arrows | Having a death song (1:05:01) The difference between courage and fearlessness | trust the universe (1:10:48) Ceremony and the indigenous worldview's impact on death and dying (1:14:23) Grief in the indigenous worldview vs the dominant worldview  (1:21:22) Some anecdotes of psychedelic ceremony from Four Arrows  (1:27:09) Being in relationship with the spirit of psychoative plants (1:31:07) “Last resortism” in the medical system and Four Arrows' journey with cancer (1:33:44) James' thoughts on the value of leaning on last resortism to Insitute psilocybin for dying people (1:35:46) Cultivated interconnectedness and relationship throughout life and death | grieving together and ceremony (1:43:14) Becoming fully human—neurobiologically and culturally (1:46:08) Does it make sense to have hope that we will change our ways before it's too late? (1:50:28) Further links and contact information for our guests (1:53:16) Some closing words in Lakota from Four Arrows (1:53:55) Outro ***** SUPPORT THE PODCAST Patreon: https://patreon.com/jameswjesso Paypal Donation: https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=383635S3BKJVS Merchandise:  https://www.jameswjesso.com/shop/ More Options: https://www.jameswjesso.com/support Newsletter:  https://www.jameswjesso.com/newsletter OR you can buy a copy of one of my books! Decomposing The Shadow: Lessons From The Psilocybin Mushroom – https://www.jameswjesso.com/decomposing-the-shadow/ The True Light Of Darkness — https://www.jameswjesso.com/true-light-darkness/

The Children's Book Podcast
Water Protectors Amid the Water Crisis

The Children's Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 12:22


At this moment, across the United States, in places like Baltimore, Maryland and Jackson, Mississippi, access to clean and safe water is becoming almost impossible. This water crisis in the United States is Worth Noting. Sources consulted:ABC News Network. (n.d.). ABC News. Retrieved September 27, 2022, from https://abcnews.go.com/US/jackson-mississippi-residents-sue-officials-water-crisis/story?id=90157690Knutson, J. (2022, September 19). Jackson residents file class action lawsuit against city over water crisis. Axios. Retrieved September 27, 2022, from https://www.axios.com/2022/09/19/jackson-residents-lawsuit-water-crisisRayasam, R. (2022, September 25). In Jackson, the tap water is back, but the crisis remains. PBS. Retrieved September 27, 2022, from https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/in-jackson-the-tap-water-is-back-but-the-crisis-remainsRozier, A. (2022, September 26). EPA: Feds prepared to take action on Jackson Water. Mississippi Today. Retrieved September 27, 2022, from https://mississippitoday.org/2022/09/26/epa-feds-prepared-to-take-action-on-jackson-water/Schwartz, J. B. (2016, October 28). Becoming 'water protectors' changed their lives. CNN. Retrieved September 27, 2022, from https://www.cnn.com/2016/10/27/opinions/youth-against-dakota-pipeline-britto-schwartzSimmons, S., & Williams, A. (2022, September 27). DOJ letter outlines 'imminent and substantial endangerment to human health' from Jackson Water. WAPT. Retrieved September 27, 2022, from https://www.wapt.com/article/doj-report-on-jackson-mississippi-water/41392646A win for all water protectors. Center for Native American Youth. (2020, August 24). Retrieved September 27, 2022, from https://www.cnay.org/a-win-for-all-water-protectors/

Tribe of Testimonies
Dani Palmer - Lakota (Rosebud Sioux)

Tribe of Testimonies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 50:54


Dani Palmer is a woman who has learned how to stand up for the truths that she believes in. Sometimes it's easy, sometimes it's unclear how to do it. There have been so many times when she has just put her faith in Heavenly Father and given Him her will. Countless blessings have come because she's practiced this. She's been led with family decisions, career decisions, and church decisions. We laughed together as she described the unusual circumstances that led to her current marriage. We sighed together as we talked about traumas in the world and how we can help prevent more. We commiserated on unusual church callings we've received. The more time we spent together, the more we were able to understand each other. It was wonderful.

The Life Stylist
Dr. Gabor Maté: Breaking the Epidemic Cycle of Trauma & Addiction To Find True Healing & Liberation #432

The Life Stylist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 113:31 Very Popular


My guest today is a long-awaited one, the brilliant Dr. Gabor Maté. A renowned speaker and bestselling author. Dr. Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics, including addiction, stress, and childhood development.  We showcase his latest book, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture, and the many overlapping layers involved in the wellness/illness/trauma matrix.  The subjects at hand – addiction, trauma, and recovery – are near and dear to my own experience and development as a person. As such, we go deep in this one, perhaps a little too deep for my comfort, personally. But in the end, I think the value to you, the listener, will make any vulnerability I endured worth every minute of it. Don't miss the Off-Grid Homestead Bundle. I've partnered with dozens of fellow creators to put together the ultimate one-stop shop for learning how to start a homestead, go off-grid, and cultivate a sustainable life for you and your family. For a limited time – September 16-25 – get the Off-Grid Homestead Bundle for a wild 99% OFF. That's only $50 for 100+ handpicked courses, available at LukeStorey.com/OffGrid.   00:10:09 — Dr. Maté's Latest Book: The Myth of Normal The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture Drawing lines between individual experience and cultural impact  Lakota wisdom from Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona Great Balls Of Fire! by Jerry Lee Lewis (1957) 00:22:22 — The Role Trauma Plays in Addiction Defining addition and trauma Framing addiction as a solution to a problem  Framing trauma as a wound Fleeing Nazi occupation in 1944 How childhood trauma scars over Unpacking Luke's experience with sexual abuse Into the Magic Shop by James R. Doty MD 00:57:59 — Healing Through the Judicious Use of Psychedelics  Luke's experience reliving his abuse during ceremony What is a trigger vs. the ammunition behind it? Granting ourselves grace  A case of ayawaska recovery from Dr. Maté's book Bill Wilson's experiments with LSD The importance of set and setting   How To Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan Acknowledging the access/privilege factor  Dosed (2019) 01:34:05 — Gratitude for the Process of Recovery Humans as being naturally kind and nurturing vs. hostile Finding your true nature Talk therapy (make it trauma-informed) The story of Eve Ensler Internal Family Systems practice Compassionate Inquiry practice  Wisdom of Trauma (2021) EMDR practice The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk, MD What Happened to You? by Oprah Winfrey The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture Appreciating the work of A.H. Almaas IntraConnected by Daniel J. Siegel, MD Appreciating with work of Bessel van der Kolk, MD The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle   More about this episode. Watch on YouTube.   THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: BIOME BREAKTHROUGH. 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Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram   Related Episodes Solving the Microdosing Mystery & the 3rd Wave of Psychedelics w/ Paul Austin #400