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Best podcasts about thankstaking

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

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 91:56


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

Here Come the Sequels
The HCTS Thankstaking Special 3 - Green Room

Here Come the Sequels

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021


Tyler, Alex, and Briton gather round the turkey and cranberry sauce to witness the traditional violent escapades.Find us on iTunes and Spotify, online at herecomethesequels.blogspot.com, through email at herecomethesequels@gmail.com, and on Twitter at HCTSequels.Here Come the Sequels · The HCTS Thankstaking Special 3 - Green Room

The Pregame Show with Steven Langford
Most overrated Thanksgiving dishes, Happy ThanksTaking!

The Pregame Show with Steven Langford

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 50:39


Steven Langford has his move overrated Thanksgiving dishes and debuts the new segment, ThanksTaking! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: November 24, 2021 - Charlottesville, Thankstaking, Christian Nationalism

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 59:11


Today on Sojourner Truth: In a message to white supremacist organizations and leaders of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, a jury in Charlottesville awarded more than $26 million in damages after finding the white nationalists who organized and participated in the violent rally liable on a state conspiracy claim and other claims. Our guest is Susan Bro, a resident of Virginia, who is the mother of Heather Heyer, the young woman who was killed on August 12, 2017, when a car plowed into a crowd of counter demonstrators who were protesting the Unite the Right rally. Millions of people across the United States are gearing up for an extended holiday weekend. Thanksgiving has been an official holiday in the United States since 1863. Most use the occasion to gather with friends and family. Others volunteer to serve meals to unhoused people. But to Indigenous peoples, it is a day of mourning. Our guest is Shannon Rivers, who is a Native American rights campaigner. We also speak about Christian nationalism with Colleen Thomas, a Washington, D.C. native and the co-convener of the Faith Working Group of the Los Angeles Poor People's Campaign.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Shannon Rivers On Thankstaking & Native American History

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 15:47


Today on Sojourner Truth: In a message to white supremacist organizations and leaders of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, a jury in Charlottesville awarded more than $26 million in damages after finding the white nationalists who organized and participated in the violent rally liable on a state conspiracy claim and other claims. Our guest is Susan Bro, a resident of Virginia, who is the mother of Heather Heyer, the young woman who was killed on August 12, 2017, when a car plowed into a crowd of counter demonstrators who were protesting the Unite the Right rally. Millions of people across the United States are gearing up for an extended holiday weekend. Thanksgiving has been an official holiday in the United States since 1863. Most use the occasion to gather with friends and family. Others volunteer to serve meals to unhoused people. But to Indigenous peoples, it is a day of mourning. Our guest is Shannon Rivers, who is a Native American rights campaigner. We also speak about Christian nationalism with Colleen Thomas, a Washington, D.C. native and the co-convener of the Faith Working Group of the Los Angeles Poor People's Campaign.

Can We Save the Cat?
ThanksTaking

Can We Save the Cat?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 58:52


Happy Charlotte's Web week on Can We Save the Cat! Okay, it's not really but you would think it was based on the way Andrew, Bryan, and Dani talked this week. It's actually Thanksgiving week and the writers talk about the beloved children's book, what it means to be family, and an alien invasion that happens during a "friends"giving. It's...ThanksTAAAKIIING!!!Hosts IG: @bredacted, @officialdanihanks, @writerbrandt, @canwesavepodOriginally recorded on: 11-15-2021.Thankstaking is an irreverent comedy about a group of two-faced twentysomethings at Friendsgiving who must work together to escape a colonialist alien genocide.

Rightnowish
Friends, Feelings, and Food this Thanksgiving

Rightnowish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 18:34


This Thanksgiving-- Friendsgiving, Thankstaking, or whatever you call this holiday-- I'm turning the microphones on the Rightnowish team and asking the hard questions about food, friend and feelings. For this episode I'm joined by Rightnowish producer Marisol Medina-Cadena and editor Jessica Placzek. We dive into our holiday experiences, the music that we turn to as the weather gets cold, and we take some time to appreciate you-- the listeners. This episode was made for your listening pleasure, to be enjoyed while cooking, eating, or doing some exercise to shake off that meal you've just consumed. As I say at the end of the show, and will reiterate here: I hope you all eat well and nourish yourselves this holiday.  

Latinos Who Lunch
Episode 181: Cucurrucucú

Latinos Who Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 86:54


And now...Welcome to the stage...Catalina Queer and Dorita Coolranch! This week Babelito and FavyFav dive back into their inbox and read your listener letters. Listen in as they give a Thankstaking recap, talk about their desired drag names, favorite reality shows y mucho, mucho mas! As always, send your questions to AskLWLpod@gmail.com and we may read them on a future episode. #podsincolor #supportbrownpodcasts #supportlatinxpodcasts  #lwlpod #latinx Show Notes: Envy Peru (https://www.envyperu.com/) De Colores Radio (https://soundcloud.com/decoloresco) Day is Clear, Night is Here. - playlist by Helado Negro (https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0REAE0Htk0CY3QFYBTUcZm?fo=0>m=1) Meth Math - Pompi (https://methmath.bandcamp.com/) @nancyuyuyuy123 on Tiktok (https://www.tiktok.com/@nancyuyuyuy123/video/6893159965096152326?source=h5_m) Thank you to all of our supporters on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/latinoswholunch) and Paypal (http://www.latinoswholunch.com/donate) Buy the ABCs of Latinidad Coloring book (https://thewritersblock.org/?q=h.tviewer&qsb=keyword&qse=ZzjQjUtIw2ckZaqLBU_Zqg&using_sb=status)

Jenkins and Alfred
Part 754 - Thankstaking

Jenkins and Alfred

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2020 5:21


It’s that time of year again: Turkey, Grandma’s house, and a house squirrel.

The Katie Halper Show
Happy ThanksTaking With Dallas Goldtooth

The Katie Halper Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 53:20


Dallas Goldtooth (https://twitter.com/dallasgoldtooth), poet, journalist, traditional artist, powwow emcee, comedian, and activist joins the show tonight! Dallas is the Keep It In the Ground campaign organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network (https://twitter.com/IENearth) (https://linktr.ee/IndigenousRisingMedia). Keep It In the Ground is an anti-fossil fuel activism campaign, and while Dallas makes sure that this very serious work is taken care of, he's also a member of The 1491s (http://www.1491s.com/).

Renegade Culture
Kalonji Had Covid?! ThanksTaking Special Episode

Renegade Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 61:18


Kalonji Returns to Renegade Culture after battling Covid. The crew debates future Covid vaccination; what Thankstaking means to the oppressed; with David Dinkins death a look at the '90s in New York, and 14 years after the killing of Sean Bell by the NYPD how state violence criminalizes all of us. Special musical guest "Ishues" Hip-Hop History Minute by Minister Server *As always, parental discretion is advised... Check out the video version on Playback TV on YouTube. Follow us on Soundcloud, Apple, GooglePlay, Spotify, and social media. Hosted by Kalonji Changa and Kamau Franklin Produced by Naka "The Ear Dr" Associate Producer- David "Minister Server" Tavares Recorded at Playback Studios in the Historic West End of Atlanta, Ga

Uncensored! with RJ & CJ
EP#13(2.3): The ThanksTaking Special

Uncensored! with RJ & CJ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 60:29


In this episode, we talked about our feelings. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
No Matter How You Celebrate Thankstaking, You’re On Stolen Land with Indigenous Activist Yonasda Lonewolf

Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 31:45


Yonasda Lonewolf is an activist, writer, speaker, and community organizer who has been fighting for Black and Brown people since she was a child and her mother was leading the way. Her mother also used to gather people on Thankstaking and teach them about the real history of Indigenous people in America. Yonasda continues that work and today she honors her mother’s memory by discussing the ways in which Indigenous people continue to be marginalized on their own land.Executive Producer: Adell ColemanProducer: Brittany TempleDistributor: DCP EntertainmentFor additional content: makeitplain.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess
205: Thanksgiving Lies + Indigenous Grief and Celebration with Cali Wolf & Tai Simpson

Chatty Broads with Bekah and Jess

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 90:28


Thanksgiving is a Lie: Indigenous Grief and Celebration with Cali Wolf & Tai SimpsonToday The Broads sit with Tai Simpson and Cali Wolf to talk about indigenous people’s history, lies and misconceptions that are taught in “US History”, land back, Tai and Cali’s personal stories, the violence of cultural appropriation, the truth about Thanksgiving, and much more. **This podcast was recorded on Tongva land CALI WOLF:Cali is Sicangu Lakota. She is an ER nurse, mother, and the coordinating director of an Indigenous womxn led nonprofit called Native Women’s Wilderness!Follow Cali: https://www.instagram.com/caliwolf/Donate to Native Women’s Wilderness here: https://www.nativewomenswilderness.org/donateFollow Native Women’s Wilderness: https://www.instagram.com/nativewomenswilderness/Rosebud Sioux Tribe COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fundhttps://www.rosebudsiouxtribe-nsn.gov/covid-19-disaster-relief-fundThe “All My Relations” podcast discussed “Thankstaking or Thanksgiving”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thankstaking-or-thanksgiving/id1454424563?i=1000499682949Watch the documentary “Blood Memory” here: https://worldchannel.org/episode/arf-blood-memory/TAI SIMPSON:Tai Simpson is “The Storyteller” in the indigenous language of the Nimiipuu nation (Nez Perce Tribe of Idaho). She is a direct descendant of Chief Redheart of the Nez Perce tribe and a tireless advocate for social justice. Tai’s academic background is in Political Philosophy & Public Law at Boise State University where she served as the vice president and president of the Intertribal Native Council student organization. She speaks on issues afflicting marginalized communities including race, missing & murdered Indigenous women, and the intersections of oppression facing the United States. Her appearances and interviews can be heard or read on Boise State Public Radio, TEDxBoise, and several news outlets.Follow Tai: https://www.instagram.com/taisimpson/Website: https://www.taisimpson.comWatch Tai’s TedxTalk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5RhEStF_bQRead “An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States”: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/237686/an-indigenous-peoples-history-of-the-united-states-by-roxanne-dunbar-ortiz/Check out the “Indigenous Action” podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/indigenous-action/id1532103976THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:FUNCTION OF BEAUTY: Go to FunctionofBeauty.com/BROADS to get 20% off your hair care order!HAWTHORNE: Find the perfect gift this holiday season by visiting Hawthorne.CO/GIFTROTHY’S: Check out all the amazing shoes, bags and masks available right now at Rothys.com/CHATTYGRAND HARVET SOLITAIRE: Download Solitaire Grand Harvest for free today in the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Amazon...

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

She's All Fat: A Body Positive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2020 57:08


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

Art of Citizenry
Thanksgiving or Thankstaking?

Art of Citizenry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2020 70:55


Deconstructing America's History of GenocideThis special podcast episode features a panel conversation hosted on November 20th by Reclaim Collaborative in collaboration with ESJ and Art of Citizenry as part of Reclaim Black Friday, a campaign calling on brands to redistribute a percentage of their sales to Indigenous and Black land-based organizations instead of running sales during Black Friday weekend.A Deeper Look into Indigenous + Black ErasureWhen having conversations about Thanksgiving, it is important to acknowledge the first people to encounter the Pilgrims, the Wampanoag Tribe. It is unfortunate that while most of us know so much about the Pilgrims’ journey because of the way we have been taught history, most of us don’t know the name of the community that was first colonized in what is now known as the United States of America. This is one simple example of how Indigenous people, or Native Americans, have experienced centuries of dehumanization, genocide, and erasure.“Land back is rooted in this idea of literally getting to stewardship and restoring that ancestral relationship with the land, and letting Black and Native people lead that conversation around that movement.”- Charlie Amáyá ScottAddressing histories of exploitation takes deconstructing the systems we operate in. One simple step we can each take is acknowledge the people on whose land we reside.“My family has always taken it as a day of resistance and resilience. It's been much more from an aspect of this is what we do traditionally, as Diné people, which is coming together and celebrating each other.”- Emma Robbins on ThanksgivingThis year marks 400 years since the Mayflower arrived on Plymouth Rock. We must critically analyze the story we have been told and by who. It is time we deconstruct, rethink, and rebuild a more just future. Reclaim Black Friday is a campaign focused on redistributing to Indigenous and Black land-based organizations because it is important to acknowledge the original stewards of this land and return it to those who have historically cultivated regenerative and healing relationships with the Earth.“Reparations as a whole isn’t just a racial justice issue, it’s also a climate justice issue.”- Kai RameyIt is important to hold space for reclaiming and healing, recognizing the trauma and genocide that is widely celebrated through what has been painted as an endearing holiday of gratitude. Black Americans, descendants of American Chattel Slavery, were taken captive and brought here to America for textile and agricultural work—building the wealth of this country. The dehumanization, exploitation, and abuse that Black people have had to endure for centuries continues today as Black Americans still face injustices and inequities in most spaces.“As a Black person, or as an Indigenous person, we're always in the position where we're having to do the work to undo the things that we never had any part in to begin with.“- Katie PruettDespite directly contributing to the wealth of this country, when enslaved Black Americans were freed, they did not receive reparations. Today, Black Americans collectively experience one of the highest poverty rates of any group in the United States. Our acknowledgement of this horrific truth and examination of how we can provide support without causing further damage, is a necessary step if we are to be part of creating real systemic change.How can non-Black + non-Indigenous people help dismantle the systems we operate within without falling into the trap of white saviorism?Redistributing wealth is a small way we can give back the stolen wealth and land we have all benefited from. It is by no means the only way nor is it a panacea. White individuals in America have directly and indirectly contributed to harmful cycles of exploitation by the nature of this country’s history. It is therefore, the responsibility of white and white passing individuals to help dismantle the systems that cause harm.There is a lot of power that white folks do have in the world we live in today, but I think it’s more important to cede power in very silent ways and by that I mean not taking up space.- Kai RameySo what is white saviorism?It’s a little bit of guilt and a little bit of “Hey, look at what I’m doing. I’m doing good, but I want you to know I’m doing good.” But let me tell you something -- when you’re really about that life and you really are here for change, you don’t get to donate $10 here and there. You have to give up some power and some wealth and you get to be uncomfortable and you get to feel how we’ve been feeling for centuries.”- Katie PruettReclaim Black FridayThanksgiving is steeped in America’s history of genocide and theft from Indigenous people. The weekend of frenzied consumerism that follows further contributes to issues of racism and classism in this country. Reclaim Black Friday is dedicated to amplifying the work and voices of Indigenous and Black leaders, and a call to action for redistributing wealth to those who have suffered the most because of historic and continual exploitation in America.Join Reclaim Collaborative November 27th - 30th for Reclaim Black Friday, a campaign calling on businesses to not offer discounts, and instead redistribute a percentage of total sales to Black and Indigenous led land-based organizations. This campaign aims to address the problematic history of Thanksgiving. Learn more and take the Redistribution Pledge!Reclaim CollaborativeThis episode of Art of Citizenry Podcast is brought to you in collaboration with Reclaim Collaborative, a values-aligned affiliate network. We are on a mission to build and foster an inclusive community of brands, content creators, and industry experts dedicated to dismantling systems of oppression across all aspects of the fashion and lifestyle ecosystem. We believe an intersectional and collaborative approach, one rooted in trust and respect, is necessary to create widespread systems change. Learn more!Additional Resources + LinksInterested in reading some of the resources I reference during the episode? Check out the links below curated with support from Charlie Amáyá Scott + Katie Pruett:Pre-order ESJ Issue 7 about Reclaiming SpaceArt of Citizenry Podcast Episode 6: Voluntourism, Mission Trips + Dismantling the Savior ComplexRacism and the Logic of CapitalismFrom Capitalism and Racism: Conjoined TwinsTruthsgiving: The True History of ThanksgivingDecolonizing Thanksgiving: A Toolkit for Combatting Racism in SchoolsCNN Visits Tribe for National Day of MourningMashpee Wampanoag Tribe welcomed Pilgrims, but loses land on eve of ThanksgivingA Collection of Treaties published by the Oklahoma State UniversityThe Henceforeward PodcastEricka Hart’s podcast: Hoodrat to Headwrap[Book] An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the US by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz[Book] Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria by Beverly Daniel TatumThanksgiving-specific Resources:The Thanksgiving Tale We Tell Is a Harmful Lie. As a Native American, I’ve Found a Better Way to Celebrate the Holiday by Sean Sherma via Time MagazineDo American Indians celebrate Thanksgiving? by Dennis Zotigh via Smithsonian Magazine.The Invention of Thanksgiving by Philip Deloria via The New YorkerThe Wampanoag Side of the First Thanksgiving Story by Michelle Tirado via Indian Country Today.The True, Indigenous History of Thanksgiving by Alexis Bunten via BioneersAs A Native American, Here’s What I Want My Fellow Americans To Know About Thanksgiving by Corinne Oestreich via Huffpost.Thanksgiving | Native Americans | One Word by The Cut via YoutubeThe Indigenous Peoples Thanksgiving Alcatraz Sunrise Ceremony Draws on the 1969 Occupation to Inform Native Resistance by Ray Levy-Uyeda via TeenVogueNational Day of Mourning ResourcesUnited American Indians of New EnglandThanksgiving 'National Day Of Mourning' For Some by AJ+ via YoutubeFor many Native Americans, Thanksgiving is a day of mourning by Pamela Kirkland via CNNNative Americans host ‘National Day of Mourning’ on Thanksgiving via Al JazeeraThanksgiving: The National Day of Mourning by Allen Salway via Paper MagazineWhat is National Day of Mourning? How Anti-Thanksgiving Day Started and Everything To Know About It by Kelly Wynne via NewsweekMashpee Wampanoag Tribal Status RemovalTrump administration revokes reservation status for Mashpee Wampanoag tribe amid coronavirus crisis by Rory Taylor via VoxU.S. Appeals Ruling In Mashpee Wampanoag Land Case by the AP via WBUR NewsThe ‘Thanksgiving Tribe’ Is Still Fighting for Food Sovereignty by Alexandra Talty via Civil EatsConnect with Our Guests_“There needs to be an intention to build with others. We can't have this future that we're dreaming of if it's just by ourselves.” _- Charlie Amáyá ScottCharlie Amáyá Scott is a Diné (Navajo) scholar born and raised within the central part of the Navajo Nation. Charlie reflects, analyzes, and critiques what it means to be Queer, Trans, and Diné in the 21st century on their personal blog, dineaesthetics.com, while inspiring joy and justice to thousands of their followers on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok. Their English pronouns are they/them and she/her.Kai Ramey is a community organizer, poet, land steward, & dog dad in Yanawana / Somi'Sek formerly known as San Antonio, TX. They work with Roots of Change community garden and Trans Lifeline, a trans-led resource organization. He has a passion for BIPOC connection to the land as well as Black & Indigenous rest as resistance. Follow Kai on Instagram.Katie Pruett is the founder and editor-in-chief of ESJ Magazine and has been working to make sure representation exists within the sustainable fashion space, and that real conversations that lead to accountability and action are happening in fashion. Over the past year, her work with the magazine has expanded to create a bigger platform for Black women and femmes, and women of color to take up space in ethical and sustainable fashion. Follow ESJ on Instagram.Emma Robbins is a Diné artist, activist, and environmentalist with a passion for empowering Indigenous women. As Director of the Navajo Water Project, part of the DigDeep Right to Water Project, she is working to create infrastructure that brings clean running water to the one in three Navajo families without it. Through her artwork, she strives to raise awareness about the lack of clean water in Native American nations. Robbins is also a 2020 Aspen Institute Healthy Communities Fellow. Follow Emma on Instagram.[Moderator] Julysa Sosa is a Native Xicana visual artist whose work focuses on evocative storytelling, drawing out the obscured imagery existing on the periphery of life experiences. Her work embodies a search for identity and often creates dreamy, moody visual translations of her reality, dreams, and ancestral memories hidden deep in the psyche. Julysa received a BA in photojournalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is currently based in Yanaguana also known as San Antonio, TX. Follow Julysa on InstagramAnd of course, don’t forget to follow @reclaimcollaborative on Instagram too!Thank YouThis podcast is dedicated to creating a safe space to discuss and challenge topics surrounding how we each navigate our personal advantages and disadvantages. I want to extend a special thank you to our panelists, Amaya, Kai, Emma and Katie along with our moderator, Julysa for sharing their valuable insights. These conversations are not easy, and involve revisiting years of generational pain and trauma.Finally, thank you for listening! Please subscribe, download, and leave a review for Art of Citizenry Podcast — I appreciate your love and support! Also, if you want to connect, please feel free to follow me and share your thoughts with me on Instagram @manpreetkalra + @artofcitizenry.

Sojourner Truth Radio
News Headlines: November 24, 2020

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2020 5:25


Today on Sojourner Truth: Today kicks off what for many is week of travel and preparation for the U.S. holiday, Thanksgiving. This, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. But increasingly, those in support of Indigenous rights are referring tot he holiday as a Day of Mourning. Others are referring to it as Thankstaking. Our guest is Jacqueline Keeler, a journalist and author with Dine and Ihanktonwan Dakota roots. Jacqueline serves as Editor-in-chief of Pollen Nation Magazine, Editor of Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for Bears Ears and creator of #NotYourMascot. Jacqueline also has a book coming out in March looking at the political divide in the United States and its origins, entitled Standoff. The latest in what are increasingly failed attempts by Donald Trump to hold on to the presidency, even as the administration is finally allowing the Biden-Harris team to access the transition of power process. Our guest is Marjorie Cohn, professor emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she taught for 25 years. The former president of the National Lawyers Guild and criminal defense attorney is a legal scholar and political analyst who writes books and articles, and lectures throughout the world about human rights, US foreign policy, and the contradiction between the two. Her most recent book is Drones and Targeted Killing: Legal, Moral, and Geopolitical Issues. Cohn has testified before Congress and debated the legality of the war in Afghanistan at the prestigious Oxford Union. Her columns appear on Truthout, HuffPost, Salon, Jurist, Truthdig, Portside, Alternet, CommonDreams and Consortium News, and she has provided commentary for CBS News, BBC, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, NPR and Pacifica Radio. The crisis in Ethiopia, causing alarm across the continent of Africa. There are growing concerns about a civil war and/or massacres by the African Union. There is also growing concern in the transition team of Joe Biden. Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed Ali, who won a Nobel Prize for bringing peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea, has now unleashed his forces against the Tigray People's Liberation Front. The Front has accused the Prime Minister of a power grab and ethnic cleansing. What's going on? We speak with Dr. Gerald Horne, Moores Professor of History & African-American Studies at the University of Houston. Dr Horne has written more than 30 books. His most recently published book is The Dawning of the Apocalypse: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, Settler Colonialism, and Capitalism in the Long Sixteenth Century, published in June 2020.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Dr. Gerald Horne On Conflict In Ethiopia

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2020 22:04


Today on Sojourner Truth: Today kicks off what for many is week of travel and preparation for the U.S. holiday, Thanksgiving. This, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. But increasingly, those in support of Indigenous rights are referring tot he holiday as a Day of Mourning. Others are referring to it as Thankstaking. Our guest is Jacqueline Keeler, a journalist and author with Dine and Ihanktonwan Dakota roots. Jacqueline serves as Editor-in-chief of Pollen Nation Magazine, Editor of Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for Bears Ears and creator of #NotYourMascot. Jacqueline also has a book coming out in March looking at the political divide in the United States and its origins, entitled Standoff. The latest in what are increasingly failed attempts by Donald Trump to hold on to the presidency, even as the administration is finally allowing the Biden-Harris team to access the transition of power process. Our guest is Marjorie Cohn, professor emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she taught for 25 years. The former president of the National Lawyers Guild and criminal defense attorney is a legal scholar and political analyst who writes books and articles, and lectures throughout the world about human rights, US foreign policy, and the contradiction between the two. Her most recent book is Drones and Targeted Killing: Legal, Moral, and Geopolitical Issues. Cohn has testified before Congress and debated the legality of the war in Afghanistan at the prestigious Oxford Union. Her columns appear on Truthout, HuffPost, Salon, Jurist, Truthdig, Portside, Alternet, CommonDreams and Consortium News, and she has provided commentary for CBS News, BBC, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, NPR and Pacifica Radio. The crisis in Ethiopia, causing alarm across the continent of Africa. There are growing concerns about a civil war and/or massacres by the African Union. There is also growing concern in the transition team of Joe Biden. Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed Ali, who won a Nobel Prize for bringing peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea, has now unleashed his forces against the Tigray People's Liberation Front. The Front has accused the Prime Minister of a power grab and ethnic cleansing. What's going on? We speak with Dr. Gerald Horne, Moores Professor of History & African-American Studies at the University of Houston. Dr Horne has written more than 30 books. His most recently published book is The Dawning of the Apocalypse: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, Settler Colonialism, and Capitalism in the Long Sixteenth Century, published in June 2020.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: November 24, 2020 - Ethiopia, Thankstaking, Biden Transition

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2020 59:09


Today on Sojourner Truth: Today kicks off what for many is week of travel and preparation for the U.S. holiday, Thanksgiving. This, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. But increasingly, those in support of Indigenous rights are referring tot he holiday as a Day of Mourning. Others are referring to it as Thankstaking. Our guest is Jacqueline Keeler, a journalist and author with Dine and Ihanktonwan Dakota roots. Jacqueline serves as Editor-in-chief of Pollen Nation Magazine, Editor of Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for Bears Ears and creator of #NotYourMascot. Jacqueline also has a book coming out in March looking at the political divide in the United States and its origins, entitled Standoff. The latest in what are increasingly failed attempts by Donald Trump to hold on to the presidency, even as the administration is finally allowing the Biden-Harris team to access the transition of power process. Our guest is Marjorie Cohn, professor emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she taught for 25 years. The former president of the National Lawyers Guild and criminal defense attorney is a legal scholar and political analyst who writes books and articles, and lectures throughout the world about human rights, US foreign policy, and the contradiction between the two. Her most recent book is Drones and Targeted Killing: Legal, Moral, and Geopolitical Issues. Cohn has testified before Congress and debated the legality of the war in Afghanistan at the prestigious Oxford Union. Her columns appear on Truthout, HuffPost, Salon, Jurist, Truthdig, Portside, Alternet, CommonDreams and Consortium News, and she has provided commentary for CBS News, BBC, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, NPR and Pacifica Radio. The crisis in Ethiopia, causing alarm across the continent of Africa. There are growing concerns about a civil war and/or massacres by the African Union. There is also growing concern in the transition team of Joe Biden. Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed Ali, who won a Nobel Prize for bringing peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea, has now unleashed his forces against the Tigray People's Liberation Front. The Front has accused the Prime Minister of a power grab and ethnic cleansing. What's going on? We speak with Dr. Gerald Horne, Moores Professor of History & African-American Studies at the University of Houston. Dr Horne has written more than 30 books. His most recently published book is The Dawning of the Apocalypse: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, Settler Colonialism, and Capitalism in the Long Sixteenth Century, published in June 2020.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Marjorie Cohn On Biden's Transition & Trump's Legal Battles

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2020 11:26


Today on Sojourner Truth: Today kicks off what for many is week of travel and preparation for the U.S. holiday, Thanksgiving. This, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. But increasingly, those in support of Indigenous rights are referring tot he holiday as a Day of Mourning. Others are referring to it as Thankstaking. Our guest is Jacqueline Keeler, a journalist and author with Dine and Ihanktonwan Dakota roots. Jacqueline serves as Editor-in-chief of Pollen Nation Magazine, Editor of Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for Bears Ears and creator of #NotYourMascot. Jacqueline also has a book coming out in March looking at the political divide in the United States and its origins, entitled Standoff. The latest in what are increasingly failed attempts by Donald Trump to hold on to the presidency, even as the administration is finally allowing the Biden-Harris team to access the transition of power process. Our guest is Marjorie Cohn, professor emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she taught for 25 years. The former president of the National Lawyers Guild and criminal defense attorney is a legal scholar and political analyst who writes books and articles, and lectures throughout the world about human rights, US foreign policy, and the contradiction between the two. Her most recent book is Drones and Targeted Killing: Legal, Moral, and Geopolitical Issues. Cohn has testified before Congress and debated the legality of the war in Afghanistan at the prestigious Oxford Union. Her columns appear on Truthout, HuffPost, Salon, Jurist, Truthdig, Portside, Alternet, CommonDreams and Consortium News, and she has provided commentary for CBS News, BBC, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, NPR and Pacifica Radio. The crisis in Ethiopia, causing alarm across the continent of Africa. There are growing concerns about a civil war and/or massacres by the African Union. There is also growing concern in the transition team of Joe Biden. Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed Ali, who won a Nobel Prize for bringing peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea, has now unleashed his forces against the Tigray People's Liberation Front. The Front has accused the Prime Minister of a power grab and ethnic cleansing. What's going on? We speak with Dr. Gerald Horne, Moores Professor of History & African-American Studies at the University of Houston. Dr Horne has written more than 30 books. His most recently published book is The Dawning of the Apocalypse: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, Settler Colonialism, and Capitalism in the Long Sixteenth Century, published in June 2020.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Jacqueline Keeler On 'Thankstaking' & Native American Day Of Mourning

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2020 15:20


Today on Sojourner Truth: Today kicks off what for many is week of travel and preparation for the U.S. holiday, Thanksgiving. This, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. But increasingly, those in support of Indigenous rights are referring tot he holiday as a Day of Mourning. Others are referring to it as Thankstaking. Our guest is Jacqueline Keeler, a journalist and author with Dine and Ihanktonwan Dakota roots. Jacqueline serves as Editor-in-chief of Pollen Nation Magazine, Editor of Edge of Morning: Native Voices Speak for Bears Ears and creator of #NotYourMascot. Jacqueline also has a book coming out in March looking at the political divide in the United States and its origins, entitled Standoff. The latest in what are increasingly failed attempts by Donald Trump to hold on to the presidency, even as the administration is finally allowing the Biden-Harris team to access the transition of power process. Our guest is Marjorie Cohn, professor emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she taught for 25 years. The former president of the National Lawyers Guild and criminal defense attorney is a legal scholar and political analyst who writes books and articles, and lectures throughout the world about human rights, US foreign policy, and the contradiction between the two. Her most recent book is Drones and Targeted Killing: Legal, Moral, and Geopolitical Issues. Cohn has testified before Congress and debated the legality of the war in Afghanistan at the prestigious Oxford Union. Her columns appear on Truthout, HuffPost, Salon, Jurist, Truthdig, Portside, Alternet, CommonDreams and Consortium News, and she has provided commentary for CBS News, BBC, MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, NPR and Pacifica Radio. The crisis in Ethiopia, causing alarm across the continent of Africa. There are growing concerns about a civil war and/or massacres by the African Union. There is also growing concern in the transition team of Joe Biden. Ethiopia's Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed Ali, who won a Nobel Prize for bringing peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea, has now unleashed his forces against the Tigray People's Liberation Front. The Front has accused the Prime Minister of a power grab and ethnic cleansing. What's going on? We speak with Dr. Gerald Horne, Moores Professor of History & African-American Studies at the University of Houston. Dr Horne has written more than 30 books. His most recently published book is The Dawning of the Apocalypse: The Roots of Slavery, White Supremacy, Settler Colonialism, and Capitalism in the Long Sixteenth Century, published in June 2020.

Courting in Color
19. Thank U, Ex

Courting in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 68:16


*This week’s epsiode is released during Thanksgiving, read below on other ways to acknowledge the fourth Thursday of November.* On this week’s episode, Chatrice and Luis talk about being thankful for past flames and past exes…and food! Luis craves ham only on Turkey Day and Chatrice talks going over to family functions where you would prepare your plate to go as you were getting your plate to eat. Chatrice tries to find positives and moments of gratitude in dating and relationships. Luis is grateful for exes even though last week they dragged the exes. If you learn lessons from exes, are you indebted to them in some way? How do you find gratitude in a failed relationship, Courting Cuties?- “Finding Gratitude: In Failed Relationships” by Barbara Coleman - http://www.middlesage.com/finding-gratitude-failed-relationships/- “Why We Should Be Thankful For Our Exes” by Kate Ferguson - https://www.bolde.com/thankful-exes/With this episode being released during the holiday known as Thanksgiving read more about the Day of Mourning and Thankstaking.- National Day of Mourning: http://www.uaine.org- Thankstaking (via @amrpodcast): https://www.instagram.com/p/CH1JvVnlJV3/- Un-Thanksgiving: https://www.colorlines.com/articles/unthanksgiving-indigenous-peoples-sunrise-ceremony-honors-resistance-over-revisionismWebsite: courtingincolor.com / Email: CourtNColor@gmail.com / Instagram: @CourtNColor Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review!

Sociologists Talking Real Sh*t
Thankstaking Day Special! Celebrating a Massacre

Sociologists Talking Real Sh*t

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 55:00


Join Kimberly Huyser and I as we honor those whose land we live on, the Indigenous peoples of the Americas. Kimberly talks about being Navajo, COVID's effect on Indigenous communities, Uranium Minds on Indigenous land, and cultural appropriation!

Random Thoughts with Thoughtful Dudes

Thanksgiving is a time for thanks and giving....not taking. Why it is called Thanksgiving and not Thankstaking. So we discuss what we are thankful for and travel back in time to some interesting Thanksgiving history with Random Facts!

All My Relations Podcast
ThanksTaking or ThanksGiving?

All My Relations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2020 54:47


This episode talks with Wampanoag scholars Paula Peters and Linda Coombs, who tell us the real story of Thanksgiving, from an Indigenous Perspective. Thanksgiving is a time for people to come together with their families and give thanks for the blessings in their lives; but the American holiday is rooted in historical fallacy and upholds tired settler colonial belief systems. Instead, let's begin to understand the real story of Thanksgiving and the complex history undergirding this event in relation to Indigenous people. The path to reconciliation starts with honest acknowledgement of our past, with open eyes, and open hearts for a better future. It is time for us to be in good relation with one another. We can do that by learning and unlearning how to give thanks in a good way. Support Our WorkDonate To Our PatreonFollow us on InstagramShow LinksHaudenosaunee Thanksgiving AddressFrank James Full Speech (Uncensored)Full 50th Year Speeches at Cole HillMore on Paula Peters: Re-Informed Mayflower 400, Mashpee Nine, TwitterMore on Linda Coombs: Dawnland VoicesCreditsExecutive Producer, Editor, Creative Direction: Teo ShantzCo-Producer: Matika WilburJr Editing by Jon AlonsoMusic by Greg KramerSpeech captured by Sunny SinghCo-Host: Dr.Adrienne KeeneSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/amrpodcast)

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The dynamic duo harp on their Thankstaking, guns guns guns, Falcons vs Saints, The Irishman, and Hov's return to the natural streaming world.

Class Time with Kenzo Shibata
Thankstaking! With Kim Kelly + Downtown Boys

Class Time with Kenzo Shibata

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2019 55:06


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Gong Gong

Mega Podcast 2K

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2019 53:53


This episode is jam packed with quality entertainment for your Thankstaking weekend. We talk Hall Y Oates, we fly through the last month's pop culture happenings, Dana questions if Louisiana can cook, and Seth explains his strange heritage.

Raíces Verdes
Uncolonized : No ThanksTaking

Raíces Verdes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2019 105:35


Bonus Episode! Although it's especially important to affirm Indigenous resilience on all "holidays" that promote White supremacy against Indigenous people, EVERY DAY IS STILL INDIGENOUS PEOPLE'S DAY! This special almost 2hr long episode centers around Chris, his family, and their independent film titled "Uncolonized". Together we discuss the education system and it's effects on Native people, solidarity across Native peoples such as the displaced people of Palestine, relationships to land and water, and so much more. This episode has a lot of information & emotions to unpack so please take your time listening & reflecting. A break is created in the middle of the episode so you can take care of your needs. Below is a link to the official trailer of "Uncolonized". For more information on how to support the film by organizing a showing, getting in contact with Chris, or further resources on Indigenous resilience please email us at raicesverdespodcast@gmail.com Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Q2UuwNhAvg *Trailer available in Spanish & French

American Indian Airwaves
ThanksTaking Special: A Day of Mourning

American Indian Airwaves

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2019 58:17


Thankstaking Special: A Day of Mourning. Georgianna Sanchez and George "Tink" Tinker both revisit the racist Thanksgiving Day Holiday, the propaganda surrounding settler colonial imagery and understandings, state-sponsored hate speech day, plus more.

Poet's Lunchbox
Thankstaking

Poet's Lunchbox

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2019 0:38


No new content from me today, but here's some food for thought from Andrea Andrew Gibson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bu99YTXMjUk --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/poetslunchbox/message

Feel in the Room
ThanksTaking: Growing up Pima

Feel in the Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2019 18:54


Noa and Yannina are cousins who have a candid conversation about the experiences of Native Youth. Noa is Mexican and Pima, he loves making music and making people happy. Although they're 12 years apart the conversation offers great insight on loving and respecting one another and most importantly his Native American roots.

Feel in the Room
ThanksTaking: Ongoing Conquest in Hawai'i

Feel in the Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 27:52


Yvonne describes current resistance to illegal annexation in Hawai'i , which fascinates Norah as the motif of military occupation become strikingly similar across their communities. Yvonne goes deeper to expose how the treatment of Native Hawaiian women mirrors the conquest that drives Eurocentric patriarchy and emphasizes the importance of continuing to speak the language and traditions of her people in spite of the fetishizing that consumes her identity. About Yvonne: Yvonne Mahelona is a co-Coordinator of AF3IRM Hawai’i; a transnational, anti-imperialist feminist organization led by Native and Immigrant women. She was born and raised in Nanakuli Hawaiian homestead where struggle, addiction, violence and survival was all they knew. She’s organized around housing and the sex trade, all of which have impacted Native Hawaiians in the most negative ways on their own homeland. The Kingdom of Hawai’i having been overthrown just generations ago, her family and community are still healing and learning from that pain. She’s found names for their lived experiences through theory and ideology and her main goal is to heal herself, her family and community through education and community organizing.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: November 27, 2019 - Black Xmas & The Truth About Thanksgiving

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 57:45


Today on Sojourner Truth: For our Campaigners for Black Lives series, Dr. Melina Abdullah joins us to talk about Black X-mas and gives us an update on the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, we spend most of the hour on what people are increasingly calling Thankstaking. People across the nation are on the road, shopping or cooking for their Thanksgiving meal. Today, we ask: What really was behind the founding of Thanksgiving? What was the original intent of the holiday? Why do Native Americans refer to Thanksgiving as the Day of Mourning? Our guest is Larry Smith, a member of the Lumbee Nation who is the co-producer and co-host of American Indian Airwaves, one of the longest running Indigenous public affairs radio programs. Lastly, our weekly Earth Minute.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Sojourner Truth Radio: November 27, 2019 - Black Xmas & The Truth About Thanksgiving

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 57:45


Today on Sojourner Truth: For our Campaigners for Black Lives series, Dr. Melina Abdullah joins us to talk about Black X-mas and gives us an update on the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, we spend most of the hour on what people are increasingly calling Thankstaking. People across the nation are on the road, shopping or cooking for their Thanksgiving meal. Today, we ask: What really was behind the founding of Thanksgiving? What was the original intent of the holiday? Why do Native Americans refer to Thanksgiving as the Day of Mourning? Our guest is Larry Smith, a member of the Lumbee Nation who is the co-producer and co-host of American Indian Airwaves, one of the longest running Indigenous public affairs radio programs. Lastly, our weekly Earth Minute.

Sojourner Truth Radio
News Headlines: November 27, 2019

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 4:53


Today on Sojourner Truth: For our Campaigners for Black Lives series, Dr. Melina Abdullah joins us to talk about Black X-mas and gives us an update on the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, we spend most of the hour on what people are increasingly calling Thankstaking. People across the nation are on the road, shopping or cooking for their Thanksgiving meal. Today, we ask: What really was behind the founding of Thanksgiving? What was the original intent of the holiday? Why do Native Americans refer to Thanksgiving as the Day of Mourning? Our guest is Larry Smith, a member of the Lumbee Nation who is the co-producer and co-host of American Indian Airwaves, one of the longest running Indigenous public affairs radio programs. Lastly, our weekly Earth Minute.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Earth Minute: Chile Protests & COP 25

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 1:26


Today on Sojourner Truth: For our Campaigners for Black Lives series, Dr. Melina Abdullah joins us to talk about Black X-mas and gives us an update on the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, we spend most of the hour on what people are increasingly calling Thankstaking. People across the nation are on the road, shopping or cooking for their Thanksgiving meal. Today, we ask: What really was behind the founding of Thanksgiving? What was the original intent of the holiday? Why do Native Americans refer to Thanksgiving as the Day of Mourning? Our guest is Larry Smith, a member of the Lumbee Nation who is the co-producer and co-host of American Indian Airwaves, one of the longest running Indigenous public affairs radio programs. Lastly, our weekly Earth Minute.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Earth Minute: Chile Protests & COP 25

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 1:26


Today on Sojourner Truth: For our Campaigners for Black Lives series, Dr. Melina Abdullah joins us to talk about Black X-mas and gives us an update on the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, we spend most of the hour on what people are increasingly calling Thankstaking. People across the nation are on the road, shopping or cooking for their Thanksgiving meal. Today, we ask: What really was behind the founding of Thanksgiving? What was the original intent of the holiday? Why do Native Americans refer to Thanksgiving as the Day of Mourning? Our guest is Larry Smith, a member of the Lumbee Nation who is the co-producer and co-host of American Indian Airwaves, one of the longest running Indigenous public affairs radio programs. Lastly, our weekly Earth Minute.

Sojourner Truth Radio
News Headlines: November 27, 2019

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 4:53


Today on Sojourner Truth: For our Campaigners for Black Lives series, Dr. Melina Abdullah joins us to talk about Black X-mas and gives us an update on the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, we spend most of the hour on what people are increasingly calling Thankstaking. People across the nation are on the road, shopping or cooking for their Thanksgiving meal. Today, we ask: What really was behind the founding of Thanksgiving? What was the original intent of the holiday? Why do Native Americans refer to Thanksgiving as the Day of Mourning? Our guest is Larry Smith, a member of the Lumbee Nation who is the co-producer and co-host of American Indian Airwaves, one of the longest running Indigenous public affairs radio programs. Lastly, our weekly Earth Minute.

Sojourner Truth Radio
Black Xmas & Black Lives Matter With Dr. Melina Abdullah

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 17:09


Today on Sojourner Truth: For our Campaigners for Black Lives series, Dr. Melina Abdullah joins us to talk about Black X-mas and gives us an update on the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, we spend most of the hour on what people are increasingly calling Thankstaking. People across the nation are on the road, shopping or cooking for their Thanksgiving meal. Today, we ask: What really was behind the founding of Thanksgiving? What was the original intent of the holiday? Why do Native Americans refer to Thanksgiving as the Day of Mourning? Our guest is Larry Smith, a member of the Lumbee Nation who is the co-producer and co-host of American Indian Airwaves, one of the longest running Indigenous public affairs radio programs. Lastly, our weekly Earth Minute.

Sojourner Truth Radio
The Truth About Thanksgiving With Larry Smith

Sojourner Truth Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 27:13


Today on Sojourner Truth: For our Campaigners for Black Lives series, Dr. Melina Abdullah joins us to talk about Black X-mas and gives us an update on the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, we spend most of the hour on what people are increasingly calling Thankstaking. People across the nation are on the road, shopping or cooking for their Thanksgiving meal. Today, we ask: What really was behind the founding of Thanksgiving? What was the original intent of the holiday? Why do Native Americans refer to Thanksgiving as the Day of Mourning? Our guest is Larry Smith, a member of the Lumbee Nation who is the co-producer and co-host of American Indian Airwaves, one of the longest running Indigenous public affairs radio programs. Lastly, our weekly Earth Minute.

Feel in the Room
ThanksTaking: Dance to Exist

Feel in the Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 52:31


Norah interviews Destiny, a professional Danza Azteca dancer, first-gen college student and daughter of immigrants. Destiny shares the history of this dance, its symbols, it being an act of resistance to ethnic cleansing, and its power as a language of the past and future. In an exploration of this cultural tradition, Destiny how she lives in duality as her authentic self as indigenous existing in the  heart of conquest on the eve of Thankstaking. About Destiny: "As an undergrad I attended Mount saint Mary’s university and am currently working within social services world, more specifically, the foster care system. This allows me the opportunity to connect with my surrounding community. In addition I am part of an Aztec dance group called Grupo Ajolote, which also works to share space for the community. I have been dancing since 2013, and although don’t know very much yet, I can say that it provides a wealth of knowledge that provides a lot of clarity for issues relevant today, and for that I am grateful."

This Podcast Ain't For Everybody
Episode 21: Happy ThanksTaking!!

This Podcast Ain't For Everybody

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2019 136:03


After a week layoff, the band is back together discussing potluck etiquette, interacting w/ family over turkey dinner, our kids being our treasure (no, everyone can't watch them), Eazy-E conspiracy, church communion, should Church members/staff carry, Polyamory...and much more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radicalchristianpod/message

Gentlemen Bastards
Gentlemen Bastards #5 - The Eater of the Hotdog Pie

Gentlemen Bastards

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2019 57:22


Mike and Bobby explain the glorious and very real holiday "Thankstaking," and talk about the dreaded Triplelupa, the beautiful dichotomy of drug testing, XCOM 2, Starcraft, and blowing up goat people. Opening and closing themes are "Actionable" and "The Jazz Piano," from bensound.com.

Everyone's A Critic
Ep 16: Vegetarian Thankstaking

Everyone's A Critic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2018 61:39


Today, on this humble November 28th, we give thanks (and take thanks) for all the vegetarian burger crumbles we received this year. We turned em into stews and loaves, cakes and stirfries. Just a little dry Boca, rubbed between your dry, dry hands. Hmm. Also, I take us on a grand ol' journey to Grand Island, Nebraska, where the grass is green and the water slides are pretty. Plus we have a special announcement from an ol' friend of the show. And only at a golly-gee 62 minutes! Rats! Music used in this episode includes: Presidential Announcement: US Coast Guard Band - You're a Grand Old Flag  https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.100010450/ 'Ad Break': Guillaume Tucker - Bebop Molecule http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Guillaume_Tucker/2015021275957958/BebopMolecule-GTucker-Verdigris Outro: Jahzzar - Green Lights http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/Green_Lights And our theme song: Steve Combs - Drag Chain http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Steve_Combs/Speaking_in_Spirals_1809/03_Drag_Chain

Bit Different Video Game Podcast
Happy Thankstaking!

Bit Different Video Game Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2018 78:12


Rob and Cetine fill up for Thanksgiving now appropriately dubbed: Thankstaking. Let's discuss: DREAMWORK'S SHE-RA, SUPER MARIO PARTY, DONUT COUNTY, ASSASSIN'S CREED ODYSSEY, FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDALWALD, THE LION KING (TEASER TRAILER), TRUTH OR DARE, PIXAR MOVIES, THE MATRIX TRILOGY, HEARTHSTONE YULE LOG (YOUTUBE), and SHADOWS OF THE DAMNED. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bitdifferentpodcast/support

HonesTEA with Z
HonesTEA with Z - Ep. 33 "Thankstaking And Tear Gas"

HonesTEA with Z

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2018 29:39


Zainab's talking family during the holidays and families at the US/Mexico border. Check Out My Standup!!! Unprotected Sets on Epix! https://www.epix.com/series/epix-presents-unprotected-sets/season/1/episode/1/zainab-johnson Late Night with Seth Meyers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0si5yV3fZYg Follow Me!!! www.instagram.com/zainabjohnson www.twitter.com/zainabjohnson www.facebook.com/zainabjohnson

Introspective Insight
ii-077 Thankstaking And Black Friday Special

Introspective Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2018 82:08


WoS – Cornucopia- An abundant, overflowing supply QoS – “Real riches are the riches possessed inside.” Off-Topic – Thankstaking review Talking points: Black Friday Debunked In recent years, a myth has surfaced that gives a particularly ugly twist to Black Friday, claiming that back in the 1800s Southern plantation owners could buy slaves at a discount on the day after Thanksgiving. Though this version of Black Friday’s roots has understandably led some to call for a boycott of the retail holiday, it has no basis in fact. The first recorded use of the term “Black Friday” was applied not to holiday shopping but to financial crisis: specifically, the crash of the U.S. gold market on September 24, 1869. Two notoriously ruthless Wall Street financiers, Jay Gould and Jim Fisk, worked together to buy up as much as they could of the nation’s gold, hoping to drive the price sky-high and sell it for astonishing profits. The true story behind Black Friday, however, is not as sunny as retailers might have you believe. Back in the 1950s, police in the city of Philadelphia used the term to describe the chaos that ensued on the day after Thanksgiving, when hordes of suburban shoppers and tourists flooded into the city in advance of the big Army-Navy football game held on that Saturday every year. Black people scared to be seen in a positive light? Why are black people so afraid of being portrayed in a positive way even if it may stretch reality a little bit? Join the team as they take on this discussion. and Takashi six9… need we say more STOOOOOPID! Thank you for checking out this episode of Introspective Insight: The Black Wallstreet Podcast and we hope you come back next week with a new set of ears. If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute and leave a quick rating and review of the show on iTunes, Spotify iHeartRadio, Soundcloud, Tunein Radio, Google Play or Stitcher. It will help us to keep delivering great content that you want to hear every week! Subscribe to Introspective Insight via iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher | Tunein Radio | iHeartRadio | Google Play | Spotify As always, #JoinTheConversation | #StayRoyal Social Media FB: RoyalFlexTheBrand | Devin Malik Anglin | Introspective Insight | IG: RoyalFlexTheBrand | KingDevDoe | @NoelleMoore__ | Twitter: RFTB_Official | iiTalkShow | KingDevDoe Youtube: Introspective Insight Youcaring.com/RFTBinsight --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/introspectiveinsight/message

Acquiring the Taste
#05 - ET Phones Home for Thanksgiving

Acquiring the Taste

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2017 64:37


ET Joins us for light discussion on many topics

Sometimes I Hate You
Happy Thankstaking Day

Sometimes I Hate You

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2017 4:27


Turkish couscous, tufo, turkey and wine.

The Word Is Resistance
TWIR 11.26.17 Special Episode: Thanksgiving? Thankstaking?

The Word Is Resistance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2017 58:45


On this week's special episode, 3 of our podcast team talk together about how they learned the true history of "thanksgiving" and how we as white Christians can imagine and practice alternatives to perpetuating a narrative that legitimizes colonization and erases genocide. "I also was thinking about the fact that this idea of coming to table is so deep within Christian tradition, and that the Eucharistic table, the communion table, has been both a place where stories are told of that God has done or what we understand God to have done, and also what God will do, as sort of an eschatological imagination, and that table also has been a tool of empire, and also, at its heart, was a site of imperial memory. And so I don't know if this is leading to any kind of concrete suggestions for what folks should do, but I think what I'm holding is the importance of memory and eating together and really just sinking into the anti-imperial sides of our traditions and the places where we gather at table." Check out the transcript with action ideas and resource links here: http://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/the-word-is-resistance.html

Let's Make a Music!
LMaM 2 — Thankstaking with Mr. Dad

Let's Make a Music!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2017 26:02


We are so, so sorry to bring the new Thanksgiving mascot, Mr. Dad, into your life. But he's here now, so you might as well give him a waffle.

Post Gods
The Washed Report, Yaya Byke, Top 5 Hated Sides

Post Gods

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2016 60:26


The Post Gods talk United and City updates, the top 5 hated sides, and ThanksTAKING holiday plans. I have some edits. We shift from holiday plans to weekly updates and updates to the top 5. Could you place a break in between those places?  

Nick the Rat
EPISODE 49 : Thankstaking

Nick the Rat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2016


Celebrate the day of taking with your favorite cartoon rat!