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Best podcasts about native american heritage month

Latest podcast episodes about native american heritage month

Recovery Talks
Kelli Rutherford

Recovery Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 33:30


Lea talks with Kelli Rutherford, a member of the Blackfeet Tribe who works in human resources at the Native American Health Center in Oakland, Ca. She oversees everything Covid related - policy, prevention, procedures - and is a project manager for Native American Heritage Month. She also has the privilege to work directly with the president of The Native Wellness Institute, Theda New Breast. Kelli also co-hosts a weekly Wellbriety Talking Circle on Zoom and has been highly involved with Browning Community College Traditional Teachings and Sacred Language Courses. She has been in recovery since 05-13-18 and engages in many forms and pathways of wellness and recovery.

Wrong NDN Podcast
Wrong NDN Podcast Deep Cuts

Wrong NDN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 79:43


We discuss all things Movies, Native American Heritage Month and so much more. 

It's A Streamable Life
NAHM Film Review: Indian Horse

It's A Streamable Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 39:01


Lorin closes out this month's celebration of Native American Heritage Month with a review of the 2017 film, "Indian Horse." Elsewhere Brandon recaps the new film "The Humans" in an extensive Streams of the Week segment. RIP Virgil and Stephen. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/astreamablelife/message

Strangeful Things
The Anasazi Part 2

Strangeful Things

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 63:20


We wrap up Native American Heritage Month with the second half of the story of the people in the Southwest who built an amazing society and then just sort of melted away. Where did they go?  Well that's what we are going to try to find out in the conclusion to our coverage of The Anasazi.

Truth Be Told
Minuteman Report Ep. 44 - Killing Them Softly

Truth Be Told

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 15:23


Before the end of Native American Heritage Month, the Minuteman felt it pertinent to acknowledge and share the United States' conspiracy to control the Native American population and take their lands through re-education and conditioning...otherwise known as cultural genocide.

Main Street
Jennifer Sweatman on Microplastics ~ Native American Heritage Month ~ Terroir Chocolate ~ Four Families Pasta

Main Street

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 52:59


Monday, November 29, 2021 - What are microplastics and how are they impacting wild animals? We visit with Dr. Jennifer Sweatman who recently presented at The Wildlife Society's annual conference. She's an assistant professor of biology at Concordia College. ~~~ Friday was Native American Heritage Day, and November is Native American Heritage Month. To acknowledge the month, North Dakota Tourism prepared an essay about opportunities to learn about the region's rich indigenous heritage. We asked Christy Goulet to adapt the essay and read it for us. Christy is an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and a descendant of Chief Little Shell. ~~~ There's nothing quite like chocolate. The mouth feel, the combination of bitterness and sweetness. When you think chocolate, you probably think Belgium, France, and Switzerland. How about Fergus Falls, Minnesota? We visit with Josh Mohagen of Terroir Chocolate. ~~~ Pasta is great comfort food, but too many carbs can be hard on our bodies. Four Families Pasta has a high-fiber option. We caught up with the company's treasurer, James Bowling during a Pride of Dakota event.

Truth Be Told
Minuteman Report - SPECIAL REPORT - Native American Heritage Day

Truth Be Told

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 8:19


November is Native American Heritage Month, and today is Native American Heritage Day (which we believe should be celebrated every day of the year). Coming into this season, the Minuteman began reading Robin Wall Kimmerer's BRAIDING SWEETGRASS, which inspired today's special report. The goal in reciting the Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address is not to appropriate it, but to share the deep and beautiful connection the indigenous peoples had and continue to have to the natural world - and to highlight the stark contrast to contemporary society's capitalist perspective on the Earth and its non-human inhabitants as simply resources to be bought, sold, traded, and from which to profit. Learn more online at www.indigenousvalues.orgPlease consider reading BRAIDING SWEETGRASS by Robin Wall Kimmerer:https://www.amazon.com/Braiding-Sweetgrass-Indigenous-Scientific-Knowledge/dp/1571313567

Living Legacy Podcast
Master Your Inner Peace with Iyanla Vanzant

Living Legacy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 59:12


Ms. Iyanla Vanzant from Fix My Life is a New York Times bestselling author, and 3x NAACP award winning media personality. She is the premier African American spiritual teacher, writer and speaker. After her daughter, Gemmia passed away in 2003, she used her grief to pick up the work again in 2006. She a the Master Herbalist, it is a craft that she learned from her Native American grandmother it is. November is Native American Heritage Month. This episode is being released on Native American Heritage Day. The MasterPeace body therapy luxury bath bars are the latest addition to her product line, which comes with affirmations. Today, we talk about the next chapter. She talks in depth about the journey to beginning to use African Black soaps after watching her native herbalist grandmother as a child, opening the secret ingredients up to the public, the state of the world we are in, and the wellness industry getting love again. Purchase the products and follow Iyanla on social media. https://www.masterpeacebodytherapy.com/ MasterPeace Instagram MasterPeace Twitter MasterPeace Facebook Iyanla Vanzant Instagram Iyanla Vanzant Facebook Iyanla Vanzant Twitter Movie Mentioned: Roots by Alex Haley QUESTIONS ASKED: What is MasterPeace and how did it get started? What is the next phase of MasterPeace? Why this product? What are the different kinds of scented soaps? Why a luxury body product? Why are you releasing this wellness body product now?  What is the motivation behind the movement that you are referring to? What is self care versus self love? What's next after these products? What have you learned throughout the pandemic? How do people set boundaries?  How can people stay motivated in this tough time? How can men also strengthen their inner peace? What other products do you currently have out that are for men? Anything else for others to take away on self care, co dependency, and relevant topics? What challenges have you overcome in the recent year of developing the product?  How many days can you survive without social media? Are all products chakra based? Previous Episodes: Nikki Woods - Being Transparent Pitching the Media Relationships Ep 50 Katie J Womanifester - Manifest Positive Energy Ep 52 Danielle Faust - Find Your Purpose Manifest Your Vision Ep 42 Tiffany Davis - Get Quiet, Follow Intuition Stop Procrastination 43 QUOTABLES:  “If you don't have peace in your heart if you don't have peace in your life, everything else is going to be chaotic.”  “So with the classes that I've been offering, the workshops that I've been offering, in a more intimate setting, the products simply support that work as I educate people more about how powerful they are, what their energy is, how to control your energy, how to manage your energy, how to clear your energy, how to establish an energy.” “I bless him release all things seen and unseen, known and unknown, that block delay, hinder or deny my highest good.” “I'm calling forth my highest and my greatest good, I'm attracting all things that are good for me.” “I'm moving toward an experience and expression of peace.” “Motivation is highly overrated, and it only lasts about six weeks. You'll get motivated and start something to do something. And then by week five, you're petering out.”  “We don't want motivation, what we want is inspiration. That means it's aligned with your core and authentic identity. That means it serves a grander purpose.”  “Purpose is a passion it's not a job. And when you are inspired or inspired or when you have inspiration, you have another level of passion that comes from your belly.” Leave a comment and tell us your thoughts. facebook.com/seelifedifferentinstagram.com/seelifedifferentpod https://twitter.com/seelifediffPod https://www.facebook.com/groups/seelifedifferent/  Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts or Podchaser https://bit.ly/seelifedifferentpodchaser

Inside the Castle
Inside the Castle Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Inside the Castle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021


Inside the Castle celebrates Native American Heritage Month with Dr. Crystal Tulley-Cordova, Principal Hydrologist at the Navajo Nation Department of Water Resources.

Kappa Kappa Psi Presents
Native American Heritage Month: Bree Colwell

Kappa Kappa Psi Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 30:29


Welcome back to Season 4! Join editor & host, Ryan Smith, as he interviews Bree Colwell, Alumni from Lambda Tau, about Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe culture for Native American Heritage Month.   Transcription coming soon. Questions, Comments, Suggestions: smity@kkpsi.org

Deeply Rooted a Podcast by Planting Roots
A Celebration of Native American Heritage Month

Deeply Rooted a Podcast by Planting Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 29:38


Have you ever looked at someone and assumed you knew their ethnicity?  This week Kristin Goodrich is joined by Jolynn Lee to celebrate Native American Heritage Month.  Jolynn shares her connection to the Native American Heritage.  They each share how they have struggled in and out of the military community with assumptions made about their ethnicity based on outward appearance. Join them on the episode then hop over to out social media channels and share your experiences. 

Live at America's Town Hall
Native Americans and the Constitution

Live at America's Town Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 52:11


In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, join experts Maggie Blackhawk of New York University School of Law; Donald Grinde, Jr. of the University at Buffalo and co-author of Exemplar of Liberty: Native America and the Evolution of Democracy; Gregory Dowd of the University of Michigan; and Woody Holton of the University of South Carolina and author of Liberty Is Sweet: The Hidden History of the American Revolution, for a conversation exploring the influence of indigenous people and tribal governments on the U.S. Constitution and American democracy, from before the Revolution to today. Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderates. This program is made possible with support from TD Bank. This conversation was streamed live on November 19, 2021. Additional resources and transcript available in our Media Library at constitutioncenter.org/constitution. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org.

The Adventures of Power Dog in Dogland!
Bonus | Dogsgiving & Native Heritage Month: Grateful for Every Plateful!

The Adventures of Power Dog in Dogland!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 14:25


We're taking a little break this week, but we still put together this bonus episode to share fun jokes & ridiculous food puns as well as some more fun music from Hank's Granny, aka Jeanie Murphy. We also share a bit more about the famous Dogland saying, “We are all connected at our roots, and rooted in our connection.” It feels perfect to talk about connection at this time. We round out the episode with a talk about Native American Heritage Month and share a trailer from one of our favorite shows and a special song from their incredible composer. Stay past the jokes to hear the trailer for Coin Trick, https://www.cointrick.net/, a narrative series that follows 12-year-old Cassidy and the flute-playing mischief-maker Kokopelli on their adventures through a fantasy world based in Native American mythology. Coin Trick is a fellow member of Kids Listen- a great place to find wonderful family shows. We are blown away, honored, and excited to share a song gifted to us from Coin Trick's composer, Shelley Morningsong, https://shelleymorningsongonline.com/. Shelley has also written a gorgeous children's book, and it includes a free audio download that we are loving in our house. This resource from IllumiNative called "How to Center and Be a Good Ally to Indigenous People this Thanksgiving" is an excellent read. https://bit.ly/3FIELv2 We really enjoyed this article from PBS about finding ways to honor the real history of this time in the US : https://www.pbs.org/parents/thrive/thanksgiving-practicing-gratitude-and-honoring-the-real-story We are really impressed by this coverage in Teen Vogue: Land Acknowledgements: https://www.teenvogue.com/story/indigenous-land-acknowledgement-explained We create this show in the ancestral lands of the Multnomah, Wasco, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Cowlitz, bands of Chinook, Tualatin Kalapuya, Molalla, and many other Tribes of the first people who made their homes along the rivers here in what is now called “Portland, Oregon.” These groups created communities and summer encampments along the Columbia and Willamette rivers and harvested and used the plentiful natural resources of the area for thousands of years. Today, the Native community of Portland is the 9th largest urban population in the USA. We've made a donation to an organization called the NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER (NAYA) https://nayapdx.org/support-us/ Other wonderful organizations to support are IllumiNative, https://illuminatives.org/about-us/ and The American Indian College Fund, https://collegefund.org/ You can find out more and send us jokes at www.powerdogadventures.com This podcast was made possible, in part, by a grant from The Regional Arts & Culture Council in Portland, OR. https://racc.org/ It was made more possible by listeners like you! Thank you for your support! Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/powerdog https://www.patreon.com/powerdogadventures https://anchor.fm/powerdogadventures --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/powerdogadventures/support

Maine Environment: Frontline Voices
Frontline Voices, Ep.63: CMP Loses Big at Ballot Box and DEP Urged to Pull Corridor Permit

Maine Environment: Frontline Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 29:26


On November 2, CMP suffered a stunning setback for its controversial corridor project and now the project's future is in doubt. In this episode, NRCM's Advocacy Director Pete Didisheim dissects what's happened since the overwhelming vote by Maine people to terminate the CMP corridor. November is Native American Heritage Month, and NRCM encourages listeners to learn more about Maine's native Tribes and the campaign for Tribal sovereignty by visiting the Wabanaki Alliance website at wabanakialliance.com.

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising
Multicultural TV Talk - Native American Heritage Month: A Special Roundtable

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 37:12


In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Multicultural TV Talk and MediaVillage present a roundtable discussion about the lack of Indigenous representation across media and recent impressive efforts on the part of networks, studios and streamers to change that. Guests include D'Pharoah Woon-a-tai of the critically-acclaimed FX on Hulu series Reservation Dogs; Rainbow Dickerson, from the award-winning film Beans; Isabella Leblanc from the upcoming Pet Sematary prequel on Paramount+, and Amber Midthunder from The CW's Roswell, New Mexico.

West Coast Water Justice
Going Beyond Land Acknowledgments

West Coast Water Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 24:27


A call to action from Morning Star Gali, a member of the Ajumawi band of Pit River Tribe. This episode is dedicated to Native American Heritage Month and focuses on Native resistance, justice, and action in California. Join Save California Salmon (SCS) with Native Communities in the fight for our environment and engage in public comments on important salmon, water, and land issues. There are opportunities to speak up about the proposed Sites Reservoir, the Delta Tunnel, numerous California dam removals, destructive water flow diversions, and climate issues over the next few months. Stay involved and connected by visiting the SCS website: CaliforniaSalmon.orgGiving TuesdayWe encourage you to make a donation or buy some gear from Save California Salmon this holiday season. On Tuesday, November 30th, half of SCS donations will be going to the Grant Gilkison and Jordan Allan Endowment Fund for Native Youth. Both Klamath Basin community members recently passed away and were dedicated to supporting Mid Klamath Karuk and Yurok youth water protectors. Thank you for your generosity!Get InvolvedIndigenous JusticeInternational Indian Treaty CouncilDonate Save California SalmonPetition to stop salmon fish killsTwitter  Instagram  Facebook 

CNA Newsroom
Ep. 117: The powerful witness of Native American Catholics

CNA Newsroom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 20:21


Pablo Tac was a young Luiseño Indian man who wished to become a missionary priest. A petition to open his sainthood cause is gaining traction. In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we learn more about Pablo's story, and revisit the stories of Squanto and Nicholas Black Elk. https://www.ncregister.com/news/unveiling-potential-saints-for-the-americas https://www.change.org/p/bishop-mcelroy-petition-to-nominate-pablo-tac-for-the-cause-of-canonization?utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=custom_url&recruited_by_id=1b8d1700-7350-11e9-a007-51c2eb51b7c0 https://www.californiafrontier.net/pablo-tac/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXhYcUFe3bg https://www.ncregister.com/news/us-catholic-bishops-approve-development-of-native-american-pastoral-plan

Live to Walk Again
LTWA Special Edition - Willie Frank III

Live to Walk Again

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 48:13


This week on the Live to Walk Again Podcast Jerimie and Brandon are joined by Nisqually Tribal Chairman Willie Frank III to speak about Native American Heritage Month, the documentary short film; Nisqually Moving Forward, and people losing their minds over the tribe setting up quarantine sites for tribal members from multigenerational households. Connect with Willie through his Facebook page and support the Nisqually Tribe anyway you can. Please listen, like, rate, review, and share the podcast!! We're just trying to find a cure for paralysis!! Willie Frank III: https://www.facebook.com/WillieFrankIIIForNisquallyChairman Nisqually Moving Forward: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hC6sUU8Adck

Spotlight on the Community
Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians Celebrate Native American Heritage Month by Creating Profitable Businesses

Spotlight on the Community

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 23:49


Ruth-Ann Thorn, Board Chairwoman of the Rincon Economic Development Corporation, discusses the rich and diverse culture of her Rincon Band, including the development of revenue-generating businesses for the Band.

Infectious Diseases Society of America Guideline Update
Recognizing Native American Heritage Month and the Impact of COVID-19 on Native Communities

Infectious Diseases Society of America Guideline Update

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 46:17


In honor of Native American Heritage Month, COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network Associate Editor Mati Hlatshwayo Davis, MD, MPH, leads a panel discussion with Luke John Day, MD of UCSF, Sophie Neuner, MD, MPH of Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health, and Jessica Snowden, MD, FIDSA of UAMS. The group discusses the importance of visibility of native people, historic and modern reasons for mistrust of the health care system, strategies for providing culturally inclusive care and the impact COVID-19 has had on native communities.

Washington Post Live
Kevin Gover and Angeline Boulley on Native American Heritage Month

Washington Post Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 30:28


Race in America: History Matters Washington Post reporter Arelis R. Hernández speaks with Kevin Gover, the Smithsonian's under secretary for museums and culture, and Angeline Boulley, author of the bestselling book, “'Firekeeper's Daughter," about their reflections on Native American Heritage Month.

It's Always Halloween
Small Frights: All Hallows Giving

It's Always Halloween

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 44:53


Each Friday I share a curated selection of calls from the All Hallows Hotline and letters from the EEEEKmail bag! On this episode, we take a call from a pair of spooky lovebirds and get several recommendations for wild Halloween-themed ASMR videos. We also hear from one Lantern about their first RHPS experience, read another handwritten EEEEKmail, and discuss Native American Heritage Month. Mentioned in this episode: Native American Heritage Month Indigenous Mutal Aid Directory Derry Halloween A Kind Witch Helping You ASMR Tingle Immunity ASMR Headache Healing Cozy Witch ASMR Mystical Woods ASMR Spooky Bedroom ASMR Horror Movie ASMR Exorcism ASMR Kitchen Witch Recipe Club Do you have a Halloween query or memory you want to share? Call the All Hallows Hotline at (802) 532-Dead! Or you can write an eeeekmail to itsalwayshalloweenpodcast@gmail.com Support It's Always Halloween with a One Time Donation Subscribe to It's Always Halloween on Patreon Follow It's Always Halloween on Instagram Shop the It's Always Halloween RedBubble store

Skimm This
Bad Boys? Gosar, Putin, and Elon Musk

Skimm This

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 32:02


First up: We'll break down the headlines, including what got settled at a meeting between the leaders of the U.S. and China, why the sports world is on edge after the disappearance of a Chinese tennis star, new consumer spending data, and why the House voted to censure Republican Paul Gosar. Next: Vladimir Putin is causing headaches for world leaders again. We'll ask one expert: why is Russia stirring up trouble with Poland and Ukraine, and firing missiles into space?  Then: We've got an exclusive chat with Mayor Pete — or rather, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttegieg — on what the newly-passed infrastructure bill will mean for your town or city. ICYMI: Elon Musk has been all over the news lately: selling Tesla stocks, insulting politicians, and telling the U.N. he'd help solve world hunger if they showed him a plan. We'll save you a scroll down his Twitter feed with a breakdown of what he's been up to … in 60 seconds. Plus: November is Native American Heritage Month. We'll speak to one expert about the dark history of American assimilation policies, and what new research is uncovering. Finally: Ahead of Thanksgiving, we called up a few of our doctor friends to ask what they're doing to celebrate the holiday safely this year. On this episode, you'll hear from:  John E. Herbst, senior director of the Atlantic Council's Eurasia Center and former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Pete Buttigieg, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Dr. Susana Grajales Geliga, co-director, Genoa Indian School Reconciliation Project Dr. Celine Gounder, clinical assistant professor of medicine and infectious diseases, New York University's Grossman School of Medicine Dr. Amber D'Souza, infectious disease epidemiologist, Johns Hopkins University Want more Skimm?  Sign up for our free daily newsletter Email us your questions about what's going on in the news right now  Subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts Skimm'd by Alex Carr, Luke Vargas, and Ciara Long. Additional support from Sagine Corrielus. Engineered by Andrew Callaway. TheSkimm's head of audio is Graelyn Brashear. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

For the Sake of the Child
In Honor of Native American Heritage Month: “Intentional Connections with Family and Tribal Members”

For the Sake of the Child

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 23:54


Kansas Representative Sharice Davids, former Military Child and member Ho-Chunk Nation, shares how maintaining connections to her tribal members and military community shaped her views of the world.   Show Notes:   https://davids.house.gov/   https://smile.amazon.com/Sharices-Big-Voice-Becomes-Congresswoman/dp/0062979663/ref=sr_1_1?crid=KA5666S1HH0L&dchild=1&keywords=sharices+big+voice+a+native+kid+becomes+a+congress+woman&qid=1635966337&sprefix=sharice%2Caps%2C558&sr=8-1   This podcast was made possible thanks to the generous funding from the Ft Hood Spouses Club. https://forthoodspousesclub.org/     Bio: Sharice Davids  Representative Davids was raised by a single mother, who served in the Army for 20 years. After graduating from Leavenworth High School, she worked her way through Johnson County Community College and the University of Missouri-Kansas City before earning a law degree from Cornell Law School. As a first generation college student who worked the entire time she was in college, Rep. Davids understands the importance of quality public schools and affordable higher education. It is that foundation that allowed her to go on to a successful career, focused on economic and community development, which included time as a White House Fellow under President Barack Obama.   When she was sworn into the 116th Congress, Rep. Davids became one of the first two Native American women to serve in Congress. Rep. Davids has centered her work in office on putting Kansans first, fighting to limit the influence of special interests and make health care more affordable and accessible to everyone. She is a resident of Roeland Park.   Guest Host: Anna Startzell Anna Startzell is an Army spouse and mom to four military-connected children. She is the Grant Writer for the Fund Development team at the Military Child Education Coalition. Prior to joining MCEC, she worked with veterans and military spouses to help them seek civilian employment. She has also held several roles in higher education and nonprofits, including the West Point Association of Graduates, Old Dominion University, and the German Marshall Fund of the United States. Between her undergraduate and graduate studies, she served as an AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps team member and leader. Born and raised in Oklahoma, she is a proud citizen of the Cherokee and Chickasaw nations. Anna holds a BA from Vassar College in History and an MPA from the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.  

Reading Glasses
Ep 230 - Robots, Werewolves and Weird Sh*t - Books for Native American Heritage Month

Reading Glasses

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 37:22


Brea and Mallory talk about books they love for Native American Heritage Month, review bookmarks for kids and solve an eReader problem. Email us at readingglassespodcast at gmail dot com! Reading Glasses MerchRecommendations StoreSponsors -getAbstractSoylentCode: GLASSESLinks -Reading Glasses Facebook GroupReading Glasses Goodreads GroupAmazon Wish ListNewsletterLibro.fmPens recommended by Brea's MomMicronDouble Barrel Pin ClipNotebook BeltsMuji PensMallory's Talk/Cocktail ClassScratch Bookmarks Books Mentioned - Burnt Offerings by Robert MarascoMonkey Beach by Eden RobinsonFuture Home of the Living God by Louise ErdrichWhite Magic by Elissa WashutaThe Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham JonesSplit Tooth by Tanya TagaqRobopocalypse by Daniel H. WilsonElatsoe by Darcie Little BadgerEmpire of Wild by Cherie DimalineThe Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline 

WWC Podcast
Understanding Native American Owned Businesses

WWC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 48:36


In recognition of Native American Heritage Month, Jon Panamaroff, CEO of Command Holdings, a corporation owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe, shares his story as a member of the Sun'aq Tribe of Kodiak, the adversity he faced, and his focus on growth within the tribe's business sectors.  

It's A Streamable Life
"Wind River:" Native American Heritage Month Film Review

It's A Streamable Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 32:02


This week Brandon brings our film pick in celebration of Native American Heritage Month with the murder mystery, Wind River. Elsewhere we talk the latest in Disney news and get a small preview of another Jeremy Renner project - Paramount Plus' Mayor of Kingstown. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/astreamablelife/message

Montana Murder Mysteries
Sneak Peek: The Mysterious Death of Kaysera Stops Pretty Places

Montana Murder Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 3:28


This month is Native American Heritage Month. And Montana Right Now is working to highlight the contributions of Native Americans to the state of Montana and to the United States, while also bringing to light those indigenous persons in the state who are missing or murdered. We're saying the names of those people who no longer have a voice. Host Angela Marshall gives you a sneak peek at the Season 5 Finale of 'Montana Murder Mysteries' by saying her name: Kaysera Stops Pretty Places.

Indianz.Com
Native American Heritage Month Celebration

Indianz.Com

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 2:34


The White House and members of the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris administration host the 2021 Tribal Nations Summit. The summit brings together officials and leaders from federally recognized tribes together to discuss how the federal government can invest in and continue to strengthen the nation-to-nation relationship and ensure that progress in Indian Country endures for years to come. This is the second and final day of the two-day event. AGENDA - NOVEMBER 16, 2021 Welcome Remarks Kevin Gover, Under Secretary of the Smithsonian Lynn Malerba, Mohegan Tribe White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Julie Rodriguez Policy Panel: Climate Change Impacts and Solutions Featuring Tribal leaders in conversation with: White House Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy Council on Environmental Quality Chair Brenda Mallory Secretary Denis McDonough - Department of Veterans Affairs Policy Panel: Tribal Treaty Rights and Sacred Lands Featuring Tribal leaders in conversation with: Assistant Secretary Bryan Newland – Bureau of Indian Affairs Secretary Janet Yellen – US Department of the Treasury White House Domestic Policy Director Susan Rice Administration Listening Session Featuring Tribal leaders in conversation with: Secretary Deb Haaland – US Department of Interior Assistant Secretary Bryan Newland – Bureau of Indian Affairs General Counsel Sam Bagenstos – Office of Management and Budget Special Assistant to the President Libby Washburn – White House Policy Panel: Economic and Workforce Development Featuring Tribal leaders in conversation with: Secretary Marty Walsh – US Department of Labor Administrator Isabella Guzman – Small Business Administration American Rescue Plan Coordinator Gene Sperling Policy Panel: Infrastructure, Housing, and Energy Featuring Tribal leaders in conversation with: Secretary Jennifer Granholm – US Department of Energy Secretary Pete Buttigieg – US Department of Transportation Reading by US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo Introduction by Kenneth Kahn, Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Vice President Kamala Harris

Then & Now
Revisited - Distinct Histories, Shared Struggles: A Conversation with Prof. Kyle Mays about Indigenous Peoples Day

Then & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 40:50


This revisited episode originally aired on October 12th, 2020, marking Indigenous Peoples Day. Professor Kyle T. Mays, historian and scholar of Afro-Indigenous studies, urban history, and Indigenous popular culture at UCLA, joins Then & Now to discuss the history and significance of the day, as well as his scholarship tracking the parallel and often intersecting histories of Indigenous and African American communities in the United States. He discusses moments of historical conflict and collaboration between the two communities, and how the shared experience of oppression can support a common agenda for justice today.November is Native American Heritage Month. Read more about this month here.

Podcast
Native American Heritage Month and More

Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 39:24


Jessica, Mari, and Cheryl celebrate Native American Heritage Month and wade into the gift giving ideas (Yes, we're going there).  Check out the titles here.

Fireside Breakdowns
S2 | SS19: Let‘s Talk About Standing Rock

Fireside Breakdowns

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 55:33


It's the third Monday in November, which means this is our second episode as part of Native American Heritage Month! This week, we're bringing you an in-depth breakdown of the whole situation concerning the protests at Standing Rock Reservation over the Dakota Access Pipeline, the significance of the land (to both parties) and where things stand right now. To really understand the controversy behind the protests at Standing Rock and the fight over the Dakota Access Pipeline, we have to understand the history of mistrust and negligence that marks the relationship between our First Nations people and the United States government.  Because this isn't just a philosophical struggle over the potential impact of a long-distance crude oil pipeline - this situation brings to the forefront the centuries old efforts of Native Americans to have their sovereign rights respected and to see the treaties they made with the United States honored.  There is discussion of violence - in the context of battles and massacres that occurred historically, and in the context of contemporary protests. Some of that includes violence against women and children. If that makes you uncomfortable, here are the time stamps to miss: 13:09 - Beginning of Sand Creek Massacre Discussion (mostly context) 17:20-19:10 - Actual Description of Massacre 20:02 - Destruction of 80 Man Command on Bozeman Trail (

Borne the Battle
BtB Rewind: Lakota Warrior and Vietnam Veteran Dr. Robert Primeaux

Borne the Battle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 52:58


Originally Aired - 11/20/2019: Native American Vietnam Veteran Robert Primeaux shared his journey from a Lakota reservation to the Army, to Hollywood.As a young man, Primeaux was eager to get off the reservation and see the world. To leave, he decided to join the Army. He trained in Fort Lewis and Fort Knox before joining the 101st Airborne Division and sent off to Vietnam.In 1972, Primeaux returned to the United States. His younger brother had been killed in a car accident, leaving Primeaux as the sole male survivor of his family.However, he did not stay in the Army long. A car accident of his own put him in a coma for three weeks. After he recovered, he was discharged.Primeaux then lived on his grandmother's ranch while he recovered from his injuries. To help with his recovery, he began to self-rehab by working with the horses on the ranch. His love for horses gave him the opportunity to go to school through a rodeo scholarship from the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA).Between school and living on his family ranch, Primeaux met Michael Apted on the set of Thunderheart in South Dakota. Through this meeting, he landed a stunt role on Thunderheart and become eligible for access to the Union of the Screen Actors Guild.Later, Robert moved to LA to begin his film career where he landed roles in Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and a more prominent role in Rough Riders. This role as Indian Bob was special to Primeaux because the director John Milius specifically created it with him in mind.Recently, Robert has been advocating for fallen service-members to be enshrines in the NFL Hall of Fame.Throughout his life, through thick and thin, Primeaux credited the Four Cardinal Lakota Virtues for helping him recover from the Vietnam War and his car accident.From childhood, Lakota Warriors were taught these four virtues. Primeaux stated that warriors who were taught the true meaning of these virtues learn to treat their Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.Borne the Battle Veteran of the Week:Army Air Corps Veteran Gus Palmer Sr. 

Weekend Roundup
Weekend Roundup 11/12

Weekend Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 40:01


On the CBS News "Weekend Roundup" with host Allison Keyes: Covid cases are up in nearly 35 states just as the Biden administration touts a strong start to the vaccine program for children ages 5 through 11. CBS' Michael George has the latest. According to the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living, nursing homes alone lost 221-thousand jobs since the pandemic started. Allison gets the details from president and CEO Mark Parkinson.The Labor Department says inflation has hit a 31-year high. We'll hear from CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger. CBS' Peter King explains why NASA just delayed its 2024 deadline to bring astronauts back to the moon. On this week's Kaleidoscope, we're commemorating Native American Heritage Month. As the U-N Climate summit winds down, some 3.7 million Native American and Indigenous people are facing direct threats to their land and culture from rising waters and temperatures to glacier melts. The Quinault Indian Nation is among them - with a Pacific Coast village at risk. Allison speaks with their senior planner, Kelsey Moldenke. This week the nation honored our veterans for their service and sacrifices, but many suffer from PTSD and other mental health issues. More than 30 groups, including the Sierra Club, launched the Military Outdoors Coalition. Allison speaks with Retired Army Lt. Col Aaron Leonard, who runs the program. Finally, Allison takes us to Arlington National Cemetery to mark the 100th anniversary of the original burial at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Reconnect with Carmen LaBerge
A Recipe for Discipleship | Reflections on Native American Heritage Month

The Reconnect with Carmen LaBerge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 42:45


Today’s Guests Daryl Crouch – Everyone’s Wilson/For Our City Blog The holiday baking challenge is on! You're standing on the set, apron on, and the challenge is presented: make a disciple with the raw materials you have on hand right now and present them to the judges before time runs out!  Is there a trusted […] The post A Recipe for Discipleship | Reflections on Native American Heritage Month appeared first on The Reconnect with Carmen | Engaging Culture from a Christian Worldview.

United Methodist Women: Faith Talks
Faith Talks: Native American Heritage Month

United Methodist Women: Faith Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 52:00


November is Native American Heritage Month! Listen in as Faith Talks honors the rich ancestry and traditions of the Indigenous Peoples of America and discusses the tremendous debt our nation owes the Native American community.Our guests for this edition of Faith Talks will include the Rev. Carol Lakota and other leaders of the Native American International Caucus, an advocacy group within and outside of The United Methodist Church.Visit http://www.unitedmethodistwomen.org/faithtalks to hear more episodes of Faith Talks and to join the next conversation.

All Booked Up
Episode 171 - November is for paying tribute to the rich ancestry & traditions of Native Americans.

All Booked Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 38:22


November is Native American Heritage Month! The month is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native people. One way to do that is to read books about and by indigenous peoples and watch films that tell their story! Smoke Signals (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3k5xLjv Skins (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3k5Jtuj Little Big Man (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3BLgstN Dances with Wolves (DVD)- https://bit.ly/2ZRmkV8 Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3q6kWZP Indian Horse (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3weMZr7 Pathfinder (DVD)- https://bit.ly/31viKRw Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World (DVD)- https://bit.ly/3CNo3JB Yellowstone: Season 1 (DVD)- https://bit.ly/2ZTrrnD An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States (BOOK)- https://bit.ly/3GTzUbu The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native American from 1890 to the Present (BOOK)- https://bit.ly/3GPRZHD Braiding Sweetgrass (BOOK)- https://bit.ly/3GToOTV There There (BOOK)- https://bit.ly/3EJGK1r The Only Good Indians (BOOK)- https://bit.ly/3wn636z

Wining About Herstory
Ep124. Shield to Her People & Guardian of the Cemetery

Wining About Herstory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 73:23


Kelley & Emily were totally in sync in celebrating Native American Heritage month! First, Kelley tells the story of Chihenne Chiricahua Apache warrior Lozen who employed supernatural powers to detect enemies and was quite handy at horse thievery. Then, Emily tells the story of Lyda Conley and her sisters who took their efforts to protect their ancestral cemetery all the way to the Supreme Court. Start building your fort and pay attention to those arm tinglies because it's time to wine about herstory!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/winingaboutherstory/overview)

Parents' Rights Now!
Parents Rights In Education Month, EMPOWER PARENTS!

Parents' Rights Now!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 17:35


Announcing National Conference Calls! Click Here to sign up, and ask for more info. Celebrating Glenn Youngkin win! #YoungkineffectNovember, Parents' Right in Education Month! Proclamation and Instructions Here!ODE Sexuality Education Newsletter November 5, 2021 Dearest colleagues, Each month offers us opportunities to build allyship and support for all students, through K-12 comprehensive sexuality education. In the last month, we've celebrated International Pronouns Day (October 20), Intersex Awareness Day (October 26), and Ace Week (Oct 24-30). In the coming month, we want to build allyship and support for LGBTQ+ Youth during Solidarity Week (Nov 1-5th) and Transgender Awareness Week (Nov 13-19) leading up to Transgender Day of Remembrance TDOR (Nov 20) as well as honoring Native American Heritage Month. Each of these markers in time asks us to hold space for the sorrows and joys of students with system-impacted identities past and present, while reinforcing our commitment to Support the show (https://www.parentsrightsined.com/support-the-cause.html)

A Moment of Your Time
314 - “The Jingle Dress Dance Experience” by Andarra Romeo

A Moment of Your Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 5:10


Andarra Romeo (Andi) lives in New Jersey, USA Kean University Alumni- Sociology Degree Lambda Delta Chi Co-Ed Fraternity Indigenous Certified Life Coach, Ukulelist Player, Author, CRPS/ADHD Warrior, My dream is to become a Voice Actress. Find more of Andarra: Twitter: @alwaysdream1231 Instagram: @princessmermistaofsalineas Website: www.catchthelightcoaching.com Piece recorded Oct 25th 2021 A statement from Andarra: "I want to tell others that Indigenous individuals truly take their heritage seriously. Without family to guide us and share stories our past would be lost. That some traditions stick with us generation through generation.That dreams can truly guide us in this world. Pilamaya Ina (Thank you Mom) for sharing all your knowledge and love with me. Your Little Fawn loves you so much!" -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time's mission is to provide a space for expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. In this time of isolation, we may have to be apart but let's create together.  Follow Us: Instagram | Twitter Created by CurtCo Media Concept by Jenny Curtis Theme music by Chris Porter A CurtCo Media Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hupitit Pâri
Dr. Elizabeth Rule

Hupitit Pâri

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 38:18


The month of November is Native American Heritage Month and for this episode the Hupitit Pari Podcast partnered with The Humanity of Connection to bring you a very special episode featuring Dr. Elizabeth Rule. The Humanity of Connection is a multicultural network of dynamic leaders & influencers powered by AT&T.

UEN Homeroom
Native American Culture and Education with This Land's Rebecca Nagle

UEN Homeroom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 37:48


On this episode of UEN Homeroom, Matt and Dani get the pleasure of speaking with "This Land" podcast host and activist, Rebecca Nagle about Native American culture and education. Their conversation covers storytelling, uplifting marginalized voices and how educators can learn more about Native American culture.Rebecca Nagle on TwitterThis Land PodcastAmerican Indians in Children's Literature BlogChildren's books that Rebecca recommends:Sharice's Big Voice: A Native Kid Becomes a Congresswoman by Sharice DavidsWe Are Water Protectors by Carole Lindstrom 

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
The Learning Curve: Lipan Apache Tribe's Pastor Robert Soto on Native American Heritage Month & Religious Liberty (#61)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 46:37


This week on “The Learning Curve,” co-hosts Gerard Robinson and Cara Candal talk with Pastor Robert Soto, a Lipan Apache religious leader and award-winning feather dancer who has successfully upheld his Native American cultural heritage and religious liberties in federal courts. As the country celebrates Native American Heritage Month, Pastor Soto shares his personal journey […]

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio
Native American Heritage Month: LAMP's Ministry in Northern Canada

The Coffee Hour from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 28:36


Rev. Dr. Steven Schave, Executive Director of LAMP, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about the ministry of LAMP with the indigenous people groups in Northern Canada, what is unique about this population, the horrible news about residential schools and how the Canadian government has responded, the generational trauma that exists in these native communities, and how LAMP is uniquely positioned to share the Gospel of Jesus' love to people across Northern Canada. Learn more about the ministry of LAMP and how you can get involved with a volunteer mission team at LampMinistry.org.

Hard Factor
11/2/21: Zuckerberg's Developing Plastic Robot Skin So You Can Feel the Metaverse

Hard Factor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 68:14


Mark Zuckerberg is working with Carnegie Mellon scientists to develop ReSkin a deformable plastic “skin” less than 3 mm thick for use to satisfy Metaverse ambitions and the sensation of touch in the Metaverse. That story here (00:57:27) (00:00:00) - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time (00:06:25) - Fun Fact: Chimps testicle size is directly related to female promiscuity and infanticide (00:08:05) - Holidays: All Souls Day, Native American Heritage Month (00:09:09) - This Day in History: 1898 - first cheerleaders squad assembled at University of Minnesota and it was an all male group; 1983 - MLK JR Day became a national holiday and Michael Jackson's ‘Thriller' dropped (00:11:43) - Trending Mentions: Congress still hasn't passed the Infrastructure Bills; Joe Biden dozed off during the UN Climate change conference in Glasgow (00:18:35) - #3 - Mariah Carey released a video smashing pumpkins and playing her Christmas hit ‘All I Want for Christmas' (00:20:37) - #2 - Shiba Inu is still sky rocketing and it got added to Webull and passed Doge coin; Starship coin is joining Bitmart exchange on Wednesday; Hard Factor coin coming (00:23:49) - #1 - The NFL trade deadline is today and the Rams already picked up Von Miller (00:29:40) - Philadelphia became the first major city to decommission the police from pulling people over for minor traffic violations TikTok International Moment (00:42:17) - North Korea - The North Korea state loves Netflix smash hit ‘Squid Game' because it depicts South Korean's capitalist greed (00:47:05) - Germany - 66 year old psychopath is on trial for a murder and eight castrations (00:49:33) - New Zealand - A Christian man chopped off the penis of a Maori statue because he was “doing God's work” (00:57:27) - Together with Carnegie Mellon scientists, artificial intelligence researchers at Meta created a deformable plastic “skin” less than 3 mm thick for use to satisfy Metaverse ambitions These stories, and much more, brought to you by our incredible sponsors: Paint Your Life; Text Factor to 64-000; 20% Off + Free Shipping MackWeldon.com/Factor; Promo Code: Factor; 20% Off First Order Decked.com/HARDFACTOR and get free shipping (on a badass truck bed drawer system) Go to store.hardfactor.com and patreon.com/hardfactor to support the pod with incredible merch and bonus podcasts Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480, send us a voice memo to hardfactorvoicemail@gmail.com, and/or leave a 5-Star review on Apple Podcasts to hear it on Friday's show Other Places to Listen: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Lots More... Watch Full Episodes on YouTube Follow @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and Facebook

Give Our Take
Halloween Frights G20 Insights

Give Our Take

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 28:42


Battling it out for best costume, we have Harry Styles and Steve Buscemi among others getting their Halloween spirit in full gear now that it's a little safer out there. On the world stage, Biden and his team have been on the move with visits to the Pope, the G20, and Cop26 on climate change. But we won't be hearing about it from Jen Psaki, who unfortunately tested positive for Covid this week. Ime joins us to talk about Native American Heritage Month and to talk headlines and good news. Today's show is dedicated to Jaki's 12-year-old pup Cooper who crossed the rainbow bridge this weekend.

Up To Speed: A Verizon podcast
Up To Speed Live: November 1, 2021

Up To Speed: A Verizon podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 10:05


A recipe rich in history. Kicking off Native American Heritage Month with a special soup and more on how Verizon NAV moves our business forward.

MinoriTea Report
Insecure Is Back!, AYA: Ga$ For This Ass, Shoutout To All Our Best Friends

MinoriTea Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 92:01


Visit MinoriteaReport.com for Merch! Auntea Kerel is back from Puerto Vallarta and showing more skin than ever! How is it already Mariah Carey Season again? Insecure is back with its final season and it's already starting off amazing! This week's Ask Yo Aunteas question asks if he should give gas money to his hookup? It's Native American Heritage Month! Facebook will now be called Meta but still grimey as ever! Caitlyn, Boosie, and Mayweather stay needing several seats. Passports will now have a non-binary option. Do you acknowledge other folks of color when traveling? Do you have one or multiple best friends and is there an age limit in calling someone that? That's What's Brewing Today. So, Get Your Cups Rady For Minoritea Report! Follow Us- MERCH: MinoriteaReport.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo_xKK1VRhPrVMQxm1SzTCg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/minoriteareport/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinoriTeaReport/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MTeaReport Email Us- AYA@minoriTeaReport.com Spotify Playlist-  https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0rVJtKJmesMkCgVKmJwc46?si=e4e9d8be44554a4c Time Stamps: 0:00- Kerel Back From PV 9:55- Christmas Music Time Again 13:57- Insecure S5E1 33:07- Tea Break 34:50- AYA 58:33- Native American Heritage Month 59:20- Meta aka Still Facebook 1:04:34- Caitlyn & Boosie & Mayweather 1:06:50- Non-Binary Passports 1:07:55- Black Travel 1:19:35- Best Friends   Minoritea Report is a weekly BIPOC Gay Podcast. Join Yo' AunTeas Kerel, Dawon, and Jerrell as they catch up & spill tea about the Black & POC LGBTQIA+ experience, relationships, politics, sports, and pop culture!.com for Merch!

Feedback with EarBuds
Native American Heritage Month

Feedback with EarBuds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 24:58


Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast. Our newsletter brings you five podcast recommendations each week according to a theme, and curated by a different person. Our podcast is an audio version of the newsletter.Subscribe to the newsletter: eepurl.com/cIcBuHThis week's theme is Internet Culture. The curators are Susan Hanson and Shelley Morningsong. Susan is the writer and producer of the podcast Coin Trick. Shelley is the podcast's composer.Thank you to our sponsor: Could Be Pretty Cool. Could Be Pretty Cool is a podcast production company led by Kacie Willis and is the home of original podcasts like Spotify's You Heard Me Write and White-Angle (in co-production with SCAD). Interested in learning more about their original content or in need of production help? Talk to Kacie.Learn more: https://couldbeprettycool.com/Links mentioned in this episode:- Twitter Podcasting Community: https://twitter.com/i/communities/1453879399917375491- How To Do The Pot: https://dothepot.com/- SquadCast.fm: http://www.squadcast.fm/- Aclass: Indigenous Voices will feature two sessions where Indigenous creators including Falen Johnson, Ryan McMahon and Natalie Welsch will share their experiences of using podcasts storytelling, and what it's like to work in the industry. November 3rd, 1:00pm ET. Learn more and RSVP: https://aclassindigenousvoices.splashthat.com/- Holdette is the community of recent-grad women who are navigating life after college. Their newsletter provides resources, job postings and community recommendations that are curated for the busy Gen Zer. Access the best finance, career, fashion, and self-care recommendations - subscribe: https://holdette.com/On Feedback with EarBuds, you'll hear an interview between our host, Arielle Nissenblatt, and someone doing something interesting in the podcast space. Then, you'll hear about this week's podcast picks being featured on our newsletter.Find this week's podcast recommendation list here: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/native-american-heritage-month-podcast-recommendationsThis week's podcast picks from Eric:Coin TrickYoung and IndigenousAll My RelationsCoffee with MaMetis in SpaceThis week's spotlight: Weird StudiesSubmitted by Emerson DameronProfessor Phil Ford and writer/filmmaker J. F. Martel host a series of conversations on art and philosophy, dwelling on ideas that are hard to think and art that opens up rifts in what we are pleased to call "reality."Listen: https://www.weirdstudies.com/Apply to have your podcast spotlit: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/podcast-spotlightsEarBuds Blog: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/blogCurate a list here: https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/earbuds-podcast-curators-formFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EarbudsPodColFollow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/earbudspodcastcollectiveFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/earbudspodcastcollective/Learn more at our website: http://www.earbudspodcastcollective.orgTee Public: https://www.teepublic.com/user/earbuds-podcast-collective