Social group existing before the development of, or outside of, states; Alternately, a sovereign nation
Jason Katchenago left his tribal home looking for hope, purpose and work. After joining the United States Army he went on to serve tours in reconnaissance both in Iraq and Afghanistan. After leaving the military Jason would experience difficult and punishing challenges in readjustment to civilian life. Jason explains the healing methods that have significantly […]
Music I Love to Follow Presents - The TriAfroulon Tracks & Feels Volume 26 #LifesABeach #Afro #Mix - Mixed by Shendi Bowers Welcome back again to the more percussive mixes sub of the M.I.L.F. brand that brings you nothing but Deep, Tribal, Latin, Afro and Soulful House music. Full track listing for future reference available below. M.I.L.F. (Music I Love to Follow) The TriAfroulon Tracks & Feels Volume 26 TRACK LIST: FKA Mash & Sio - Bumblebee (Extended Mix) DJ Timbawolf - Way To Go (Original Mix) Hyenah x Pablo Fierro x Lazarusman - The Balance Joy Marquez - Spatial Drums (Original Mix) LA Riots - Mantra (Original Mix) James Deron - Amenundala (Original Mix) DJ Roberto Da'Silva, Ray MD - Okan Si llu Haliex, Omar, Manoo - Getty Getty (Manoo's Getty Remix) Chrisoul Inactive & Nalize - Lucky Me (Original Mix) The Deepshakerz feat. Black Savana - You're Not The One (Original Mix) Mikki Afflick - Catching Dreams (An Afflickted Soul Mix) Immaculate, Shannon Chambers - Higher Vibrations (Shannon Chambers 1Sound Remix) Mark Farina, Homero Espinosa, Seven Davis Jr, David Harness - You Should Be Dancing (Unreleased David Harness Afro Mix) Alex Preston - Aja (Extended Mix) Luis Radio & Stefano Guerra - Shabar Talking (Percussions Talking Mix) As always we would just like to take this time to say thank you for the worldwide support and the time taken to listen to what we here at M.I.L.F inc put together. The music industry is a tough one but its what we love and take pride in doing and do it daily!!! Follow us on the socials Instagram:@music_i_love_to_follow & @shendibowers (also on Twitter) DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE TO THESE WEEKLY PODCASTS VIA YOUR PREFERRED PLATFORM: https://linktr.ee/music_i_love_to_follow Remember....."If it's HOUSE it's M.I.L.F. (Music I Love to Follow)!!!!!!"
The Control Room Radio is your destination for the newest house music releases & unreleased promos, mixed with a classic twist. Featuring Jackin, Vocal, Tribal and Tech, the show will transport you to a happier, sunnier place where all people come together as one to laugh and dance. Genre Tags: House Tech House Jackin House Vocal House Tribal House Track List: 1. Raffa FL - Ritmo (Extended Mix) [Another Rhythm] 2. Jude & Frank - La Vereda (Cada Vez Extended Mix) [Armada Deep] 3. Sammy Deuce - Islands In The Sun (Grace Bones Remix) [Brobot Records] 4. Roger Sanchez & Oba Frank Lords - Alma Roja (DJ CHUS Remix) [Stealth Records] 5. Mele Ft. Touré Kunda - Talkin' Drums (Extended Mix) [Black Book Records] 6. Vanilla Ace, AYAREZ - Mira Miami (Kevin McKay Extended Edit) [Glasgow Underground] 7. Gregor Salto & Kilian Viera - Mi Casa (Extended Mix) [Salto Sounds (Moganga)] 8. Dale Howard - Out Every Night (Extended Mix) [Lovejuice Records] 9. James Haskell Ft. Cari Golden - You Need It (Extended Mix) [Toolroom Trax] 10. CID - La La La (Original Mix) [Insomniac Records] 11. Idris Elba - Body Shots (Extended Mix) [7Wallace] 12. Andy Murphy - Fire (Extended Vocal Mix) [Vicious] 13. Moreno Pezzolato - Bring Me Up (Hotswing Extended Remix) [There Was Jack] 14. Hatiras - The Groove (Original Mix)
The Supreme Court recently ruled against Tribal sovereignty in Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta. Cherokee journalist Rebecca Nagle (@rebeccanagle) talks about the broader implications of this decision and what it means for future legal battles. Support www.patreon.com/redmediapr
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled that Oklahoma state authorities can prosecute non-Indians who commit crimes against Indians on Indian reservations. Narrowing its 2020 decision in McGirt v. Oklahoma. David and Sarah then debate the case for prosecuting Donald Trump after this week's surprise January 6 hearing. They also look at a surprising death penalty decision from last week. Show Notes:-Torres v. Texas Department of Public Safety-Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta-French Press: “The Case for Prosecuting Donald Trump Just Got Much Stronger”-Nance v. Ward
P.M. Edition for June 29. In 2020, the Supreme Court ruled that nearly half of the state of Oklahoma is Native American territory. But today, the court partially reversed that decision, ruling that Oklahoma can prosecute non-Native-Americans on tribal lands. WSJ justice and judiciary editor James Graff joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss what the ruling means for Oklahoma, and for tribal sovereignty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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LTHM 658 - House + Techno Podcast - Diego ValleLTHM Hats:https://happyharrytaggs.com/collections/hatsLatest LTHM label release: R Frederick, Guti Legatto - El Puertohttps://music.lthmmusic.com/elpuertoTrack List:1.Ketch & Hitman – Spirits [SYXT]2.Lerio Corrado – A Tre [Second State]3.William Arist – Fear In The Jungle [Perseverancia Records]4.Xander – Purp [SCI + TEC]5.Lerio Corrado A Tre [Second State]6.Vinicius Honorio, Duncan McDonald – Stone Of Jordan [Illegal Alien Records]7.Vinicius Honorio, Duncan McDonald – Nightshade [Illegal Alien Records]8.Truncate – Intact [CLR]9.Ignez – Aura [Token]10.Ketch & Hitam – Spirits [SYXT]11.Head Front Panel – Tonedance [Repetitive Rhythm Research]12.Neel – Onde & Catene [International Day Off]13.A. Paul, DJ Dextro – Lost Drone [Dolma Red]14. XVIII – Chaos (Burden Remix)[LXVIII]15.Albert Zhirnov – Old Malt [Clergy]Shop LTHM Apparel by Happy Harry Taggs here:happyharrytaggs.com/www.instagram.com/happyharrytaggs/LTHM Music Releases:lthm.bandcamp.com/Follow:www.instagram.com/diegovalle_lthmwww.instagram.com/lthm_musicLTHM Label Website:www.lthmmusic.com
Abortion laws are impacting Tribal Nations. Oklahomans are voting today. A new program helps Oklahoma ranch land. You can find the KOSU Daily wherever you get your podcasts, you can also subscribe, rate us and leave a comment. You can keep up to date on all the latest news throughout the day at KOSU.org and make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at KOSU Radio. This is The KOSU Daily, Oklahoma news, every weekday.
This week, we sit down with Brandon Bailey from Tribal Acres! Tribal Acres is a first-generation family farm, with a focus on providing high-quality products, while maintaining regenerative farming and animal-friendly practices. This small business is booming, with (much) more to come! LINKS: Tribal Acres Website: www.tribalfamily.org Tribal Acres YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/watch?v=r54giKtNMXc Video version of this episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_Fj6ohd_ww Whimsy Market: www.whimsy-market.com Help Support the Fine and Danjee podcast: www.patreon.com/fineanddanjee
Description: The Control Room Radio is your destination for the newest house music releases & unreleased promos, mixed with a classic twist. Featuring Jackin, Vocal, Tribal and Tech, the show will transport you to a happier, sunnier place where all people come together as one to laugh and dance. Genre Tags: House Tech House Jackin House Vocal House Tribal House Track List: 1. Currents & Jesusdapnk - Havana 909 (Original Mix) [Kultur] 2. Simon Fava, Yvvan Back & Christian Ghinati - Salsa Shake (Extended Mix) [Enormous Tunes] 3. Sammy Deuce - Islands In The Sun (Grace Bones Remix) [Brobot Records] 4. Gregor Salto & Kilian Viera - Mi Casa (Extended Mix) [Salto Sounds (Moganga)] 5. Zeuqram - Ritmo Latino (Original Mix) [Futura Groove Records] 6. Tini Gessler - Bonga (Original Mix) [Sola Nauts] 7. Stanny Abram - Sugatomba (Extended Mix) [Subtractive Recordings] 8. James Haskell Ft. Cari Golden - You Need It (Extended Mix) [Toolroom Trax] 9. Ralphi Rosario & Linda Clifford - I Hear The Music (Dirty Secretz Dub) [Street King] 10. Paul Johnson, Andre Salmon & Jorge Andrade - Lets Dance (Javi Bora Remix) [ARRITMIA] 11. Alterboy & Zoo District - Feeling Alright (Illyus & Barientos Extended Remix) [The Myth of NYX] 12. Cee ElAssaad & Lee Wilson - Make Me Over (Club Mix) [Mirror Ball Recordings] 13. Ivan Pica, Richard Farrell & SRCS - Feet To The Floor (Extended Mix) [HouseU] 14. Bob Sinclar & StadiumX - I'm Still In Love (Extended Mix) [SPINNIN' RECORDS]
Thank you for Listening! Timestamps 0:00 Introductions 0:20 What is a Tribal Contract? 4:24 Definitions of a tribal member 5:55 Limits of a tribal member 11:34 Who enforces the contract? 12:11 What if the tribe decides to break the contract? 14:21 What if the member decides to break the contract? 15:12 How does the Tribal Contract apply to L5R? 18:06 How does the Tribal Contract apply to life? 20:37 Closing CourtGames is a fan project and is not an official affiliate of Fantasy Flight Games. Legend of the Five Rings is the property of Fantasy Flight Games. All opinions expressed on this podcast belong solely to the hosts of this show. The music used in this episode is titled "Aiko", created by Carlos Estella Any feedback is a gift, find us online: @CourtGamesPod on Twitter Join the L5R discord server Check out our website! Listen to the Courtgames LCG Cast Check out Crimson Gold Agonies, a CourtGames AP Check out Fortune and Strife, a CourtGames AP Brought to you by our supporters on Patreon In affiliation with D20 Radio "Where Gamers Rule!"
1. Searchin' I gotta find a man -Hazel Dean2. If you could read my mind-Stars on 543. walk alone-Cher4. Jump - Madonna5. Lift it UP - Inaya Day6. Drop a house (on her) - R&G ft L.7. Walk Away - Kelly Clarkson8. We found LOVE - Rihanna9. Dem Beats / Nails Hair hips heels - Todrick10. Groove is in the heart - Dee Lite11. I beg your pardon- KON KAN12. Use it up, Wear it out - Pat n Mick13. Arms keep missing U-Rick Astley14. Gloria - Laura Brannigan15. Lets all chant-M Zigler Band (Original 12" vinyl)16. I just wanna F*ckin Dance - Alison Jiear17. Family Affair - Mary J Blige18. Rasputin - Boney M19. I want to Dance, Again- J Lo ft Pitbull20. Let me think about it-Ida Corr 21. In de Getto - Skrillex22. Do it to it - Cherish23. Maluma - Madonna24. Where the hell ma phone - Lizzo25. Just a little while - Janet26. All nite, Dont Stop! Janet 27. Nobody's Supposed to be here - Deborah Cox28. I feel love/your love-Donna vs Whitney29. CHER MEGAMIX - Original 1st Pride 04
The rumbles are distinct, and the lightening is starting to flash. Airlines, the VAXT, and weather related cancellations. The fruitful necessary adventures. SCOTUS moves provide some hope. Slowing the anti gun zealots. State changes are required like ways to impeach and remove. The Uvalde op blows up. The idiotic voter ID debate. They want robots not laws. How the uniparty got started. Early insights into party history. What happened to the Federalists? A political party was phased out. The GOP gets destroyed. Tribal instincts offer political advantages. Gutting Obamacare is a good start. The FROG cypher creates ballot needs. Primary fraud erupts in Georgia. Remember, they sued states to force use of election machines. Wrecking balls can tear it all down. More J6 show to fight what Trump represents. Have faith, because there is so much happening in the background. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode discusses the health and cultural importance of strawberries, and shines a light on the new Potawatomi Fire dance teams. We also talk with a Tribal member and leader who recently became director of CPN's Workforce Development and Social Services Department.
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* The following is a portion of remarks as prepared for delivered by Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen during a visit to the Rosebud Reservation, home of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, in South Dakota on June 21, 2022. The text was provided by the Department of the Treasury. Thank you very much for that introduction. And President [Scott] Herman, thank you for your generosity and hospitality. It's great to be here. This is my first visit to Indian Country, and it's meaningful to me to see first-hand the beauty of the Rosebud Reservation and to hear about your Tribe's rich heritage. It's also been illuminating to listen to you discuss the deep challenges that you and Tribal nations around the country face, and hear your thoughts on how we can partner together to accelerate the economic recovery for all Tribal citizens. I've spent my entire career thinking about economic policy and how it can help people during hard times and create longer-term opportunities. I see a great deal that policies can do to support Tribal communities. Tribes are the backbone of local communities, and Tribal governments are often the largest employer of their citizens and residents in surrounding areas. Simply put, reservations can be centers of economic opportunity for millions of Tribal and non-Tribal members and they merit deep investment by the federal government and our private sector partners. Yet, despite the efforts by Tribal governments to develop their economies, significant inequities exist. Many have their roots in prior federal policy. According to the US Commission for Civil Rights' Broken Promises Report, over 25 percent of Native Americans live in poverty. In certain Tribes, over half of their citizens live in poverty. For Native Americans living on reservations, the unemployment rate is around 50 percent. Those numbers are unacceptably high. The last two years have been hard for everyone, but they've been especially difficult for Native American communities. Tribal communities have had some of the highest COVID mortality rates in the country, and the data shows that few suffered more than Native American workers and enterprises during the pandemic. In addition to the pain the pandemic caused Tribal families and communities, this disproportionate impact resulted in the loss of critical Tribal revenue that supports governmental services for Tribal citizens in need. The American Rescue Plan, signed by President Biden in March 2021, provided much-needed relief, injecting billions of dollars into Tribal communities across the country. This legislation has led to a historic investment in Indian Country. Our flagship program, the Fiscal Recovery Funds, provided $20 billion to Tribal governments to help fight the pandemic and help Tribal households and businesses recover. Tribes across the country, including right here, used these funds for vaccination efforts to protect their Tribal citizens. Some places – like Rosebud – are using the funds for affordable housing projects. Others, such as the Quechan Indian Tribe, are providing assistance to Tribal members who own small businesses that have been negatively affected by COVID‐19. To date, 99% of this fund has been distributed, benefitting 2.6 million Tribal citizens across the U.S. Other programs have also helped Tribal nations recover. Take the Emergency Rental Assistance program. Tribal citizens faced acute rental challenges pre-pandemic, and these conditions rapidly worsened after March 2020. This program allocated $800 million to Tribes to help prevent evictions and keep Tribal citizens safely and stably housed. Early reports show that thousands of low-income Tribal citizens have received housing assistance across Tribal nations. Here, Rosebud has spent $6.3 million to serve 700 low-income households in need of emergency rental assistance. FULL REMARKS: https://www.indianz.com/News/2022/06/22/secretary-yellen-delivers-remarks-on-first-visit-to-indian-country/
Hump day party cast... Celebrating best time of year... June starts summer, sun, fun, and the forever June reminder on the LGBTQ+ diversity, love and constant battle against hate. THE LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY knows how to honor, celebrate, party, love, and have a great time. All come together and you will see your fellow humans experience pure joy, freedom of expression and will have each other's back when it comes down to defending each other. That's the T! On to the party cast....clack clack, Bitch!Part 1...1 just like a pill ...pink2 tik tok house ...Kesha3.roar... Katy4.move .... little mix5. Take it like a man... Cher6. Rehab... Amy winehouse7. Born this way vs love takes over... Gaga vs Kelly R.8. Physical ...dua lipa9. Total eclipse of the heart ...Nickie French10. Love is a battlefield... Pat benetar11.go all the way... Britney12. Flawless... George Michael13.show me love... Robin S14. 100% pure love... Crystal waters15. We got a love thing... CeCe Peniston16.my neck, my back...khia17. Cha Cha boom... 18.sissy that Cha Cha walk... RuPaul19.feels like I'm in love... Kelly Marie20.heaven must have sent... Bonnie pointer21.helpless... the flirts
Christine is joined by Kate Hopkins (@katethegrape) and Caroline McCallum (@caromccallum) from the Survivor Rewind Podcast (@SurvivorRewind) to discuss the third episode of Survivor: Vanuatu. Other seasons of Survivor are mentioned in passing in this episode but are not spoiled.
Droupadi Murmu, the former governor of Jharkhand will be most likely the next President of the Republic, PM Modi meets 3 service chiefs amid row over Agnipath scheme, Ruchika Kamboj appointed as India's new ambassador to U.N and other top news in this bulletin.
I'm feeling proud of the great panel that assembled last evening to record the KDHX podcast Tangazo. —— One misguided would-be leader, once referred to St. Louis county African American elected officials, recognizing their common responsibility as “tribal politics,” I was astounded by that response from a well-respected black man, here in the 21st century! ——— The old notion that “white ice is colder than black ice” is still prevalent amongst some black leaders who claim to be so “woke” but will turn their backs on other black elected officials, who dare to stand up for the communities they represent. ——— Savvy St. Louis County Council Chairwoman, Senator Rita Heard Days, St. Louis County Council Vice Chairwoman, Shalonda Webb and Mo. State Senator Brian Williams, joined me last evening for some of the most interesting and insightful conversations, on the responsibilities of black elected officials, that I have had in a long time! ——— There was much discussion on the need for voter education on new state election laws heading into the November midterm elections. ——— We spent a lot of time talking about the importance of voters, especially black voters, having confidence in their elected officials and the disappointment that we all felt, for the recently indicted black officials in St. Louis city and county. We spent most of our time talking about the collaboration between St. Louis County Council Chairman Days, Stlouis County Council Vice Chairman, Shalonda Webb and Mo. State Senator Brian Williams. Their ability to work together has been a great benefit to St. Louis County, especially North St. Louis County. Senator Williams has helped secure close to 100 million dollars in funding for north county projects, including the demolition of the Jamestown Mall Complex, which will free up around one hundred forty acres, of prime land for development in far North County. A new north county recreational center and much-needed renovations to the campus of the UMSL are just some of the benefits, these 3 St. Louis County African American elected officials, are working on together for the betterment of St. Louis County, including North St. Louis County. Tribal politics indeed! ——-
Research indicates that Native American persons experience crime victimization at higher rates than non-Native people. Furthermore, the unique position of American Indian and Alaska Native tribes as both sovereign nations and domestic dependents of the U.S. creates jurisdictional complexities in responding to crime, justice, and safety. Senior social and behavioral scientist Christine (Tina) Crossland discusses NIJ's research on these topics, especially on the prevention of violence towards American Indians and Alaska Natives. Communications Assistant Stacy Lee Reynolds hosts. Read the transcript.This podcast episode was produced by and discusses the work of the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.Find more information on the research and programs referenced in this episode.
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs A Listening Session on "Cannabis in Indian Country" Friday, June 17 2022 - 03:30 PM Location: Dirksen Room Number: 628 As discussions around national cannabis reform legislation take shape, SCIA staff is seeking comments from Tribal leaders, their designees, and other experts from Native communities on Tribal cannabis commerce and related equities. Committee staff is especially interested in hearing views on the series of questions below: Is your Tribe currently participating in the cannabis industry? If so, please provide a brief description of your operation(s). For Tribes not currently participating in the cannabis industry, what are your main concerns about industry participation? What legislative solutions would you propose to address your concerns? What administrative solutions would you propose to address your concerns? For Tribes currently participating in the cannabis industry, what are the main issues you encounter as a Tribal operator? What legislative solutions would you propose to address your concerns? What administrative solutions would you propose to address your concerns? If cannabis is decriminalized at the federal level, what Tribal-Federal-State framework would you propose to ensure Tribal interests are safeguarded? HOW TO JOIN: Please register HERE with your name, email, title and Tribal leadership position, Tribal affiliation, or organizational affiliation. Tribal leaders and their official designees will be prioritized. We encourage registration as soon as possible. WRITTEN COMMENTS: SCIA will accept additional written comments until July 8, 2022. Submit written comments HERE. Technical Difficulties Logging on? Call: 202-224-2251 Additional Questions? Email: Concetta Tsosie de Haro (Concetta_TsosiedeHaro@indian.senate.gov) or Darren Modzelewski (Darren_Modzelewski@indian.senate.gov) Committee Notice: https://www.indian.senate.gov/hearing/listening-session-cannabis-indian-country
Recorded on location at the 2022 Conference on Crimes Against Women, each episode in this bonus series will deepen our understanding of DNA testing, how it supports cold case investigations and prosecutions, and what's ahead for crime solvers around the globe.Recent revelations across North America have unearthed new and disturbing crimes against Indigenous People, specifically children who perished at Indian boarding schools. We explore the use of DNA collection and testing within the context of these crimes, the impact of generational trauma upon DNA, blood quantum requirements that determine Indian ancestry and lead to its ultimate erasure from humankind, and so much more with Nicole Matthews. Ms. Matthews has led the sexual assault coalition from its inception in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as one of the first national programs that addresses the unique and significant needs of American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) women and children. At the 2022 Conference on Crimes Against Women, Ms. Matthews co-presented "The Critical Intersection of Sex Trafficking & Murdered & Missing Indigenous Relatives." This is her second appearance on the Podcast on Crimes Against Women.
Description: The Control Room Radio is your destination for the newest house music releases & unreleased promos, mixed with a classic twist. Featuring Jackin, Vocal, Tribal and Tech, the show will transport you to a happier, sunnier place where all people come together as one to laugh and dance. This week is a special set, recorded live aboard the Tallship Kajama in Toronto's waterfront for the Techno Without Borders boat party. It is full of tech-y goodness! Genre Tags: House Tech House Jackin House Vocal House Tribal House Track List: 1. Dennis Ferrer - P 2 Da J (Sllash & Doppe Dub Remix) [Street King] 2. Stefano Noferini - Burujava (Original Vibes Mix) [Toolroom] 3. 96 Vibe - Bongo Lust [Club Sweat] 4. Mele - Conga Mode (Extended Mix) [Club Bad] 5. Tim Baresko - Llego La (Mark Knight Extended Mix) [Toolroom] 6. Harry Romero - The Passage (The Deepshakerz Remix) [Freakin909] 7. Tini Gessler - Bonga (Original Mix) [Sola Nauts] 8. Solardo - On the Corner (Original Mix) [Sola] 9. HUGEL & LOVRA - Madonna (Extended Mix) [Toolroom] 10. Barry Obzee - Move Your Feet [Nervous Records] 11. Chris Lake & Solardo - Free Your Body (Original Mix) [Black Book Records] 12. Jay Lumen - Reverse World Original Mix [Toolroom] 13. Romanthony - Let Me Show You Love (Hatiras Extended Remix) [Glasgow Underground]
The Oregon Tribal Student Grant program aims to help members of the nine federally recognized Native American tribes in Oregon who are attending eligible colleges or universities in the state. The grant will cover the costs of attendance beyond additional federal and state financial aid and can be used for tuition, housing, books and other expenses. The Oregon Legislature approved the program for one year. It's unclear if it will continue after the 2022-2023 school year. At least 531 people have started applications, according to HECC. We hear from Sandy Henry, education director for the Cow Creek Band of the Umpqua Tribe of Indians and Ben Cannon, executive director of Oregon's Higher Education Coordinating Commission, which administers the grant.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's experience is a cautionary tale for tribes working with outsiders to help preserve their language. Tribal members worked with the Lakota Language Consortium for years, recording elders, developing workshops, and translating books. When the tribe wanted to utilize the materials they'd worked on, they discovered they were copyrighted and controlled by a non-Native entrepreneur and tribal members would have to purchase the books and other materials. The tribe has since taken the rare step of banishing the organization. Today on Native America Calling, Shawn Spruce speaks with Graham Lee Brewer (Cherokee), investigative reporter for NBC News; Alex FireThunder (Oglala Lakota), Lakota language instructor, musician, and incoming deputy director for the Lakota Language Consortium; Tipiziwin Tolman (Standing Rock Sioux), Indigenous language revitalization student and board member on the Lakota Language Consortium; Jennifer Weston (Standing Rock Sioux), co-author of the resolution to ban the Lakota Language Consortium from the tribe; and Waniya Locke (Ahtna Dene, Lakota/Dakota, and Anishinaabe), community organizer, Indigenous doula, former Lakota Language teacher, and transcriber of Lakota language.
Have you ever manifested and felt as if it doesn't work? Maybe you've tried “everything” and it doesn't seem to come true for you. Especially when you jump right into instant manifesting techniques. WHY DONT THEY WORK? Is this you? If yes this episode is just for you
Anthony Sain, The Tribal Chief of Grizz Twitter and co-host of Grindtime on Sports 56, joins John to talk about the NBA Finals thus far, his prediction for the next game, and his thoughts on Taylor Jenkins new contract. Also, John breaks down the strangest stories of the day during Access Hardinwood, including are the Curry's swingers?
What is the value of connecting our daily, lived experiences with the bigger picture of what is happening in early childhood policy and advocacy?We talk about this and much more in today's episode with Shannon Rudisill. Shannon is the Executive Director of the Early Childhood Funders Collaborative, an organization that activates private philanthropists to fund advocacy efforts in early childhood.Prior to joining ECFC, Shannon served on the Obama Administration's senior leadership team for early childhood programs and was the Director of the Administration for Children and Families' Office of Child Care (OCC). OCC administers the Child Care and Development Fund, which provides over $5 billion per year to States, Territories, and over 500 Tribal communities to provide child care for about 1.5 million children each month.This project is funded through a grant with the Tennessee Department of Human Services and Signal Centers, Inc.
Acupuncture serving American Indians: Could this be your dream practice?Are you a new Acupuncturist and you are having trouble putting your finger on the pulse of your career choices? Here is one you may not have considered. Join me in this episode where I talk with Michelle Jean Champion LAc. about her journey to serving Indigenous People with Acupuncture and Asian Medicine and how you can similarly make an impact. today's guestMICHELLE JEAN CHAMPION LAC. , https://www.lcthc.com/about-us/providers/medical/michelle-champion-l.ac-m.s.o.m/ (LAKE COUNTY TRIBAL HEALTH CLINIC) AND https://www.cultivatewellnessstudio.com/ (CULTIVATE WELLNESS STUDIO) Michelle Jean Champion, L.Ac., M.S.O.M, practices Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, Herbalism, bodywork and teaches classes that empower students with wisdom and tools for wellness. She graduated with a masters of science in Oriental Medicine from Samra University and was licensed by the State of California to practice Acupuncture in 2008. Michelle founded and practiced clinical Acupuncture at Cultivate Wellness Studio in Mendocino County for 13 years. She moved to Lakeport and began serving the Lake County community in February 2019. Her gentle and caring healing arts style is dynamic and provides her patients the ability to ease into sessions, offering profound multi-level shifts towards wellness. She is grateful for the opportunity to serve you, the Lake County Tribal Health community. You are invited to schedule your next Acupuncture appointment with her today! you'll learnMichelle's journey to becoming an Acupuncturist and Herbalist for a Lake County Tribal Health. How she has educated her western medical team members about Acupuncture and Asian Medicine. How she structured her practice, a snapshot of her day and what her business responsibilities look. How she negotiated her pay. The most common chief complaints she treats and what her patient flow is like. How her position has changed and transformed since she started working there. resourceshttps://www.uihi.org/urban-indian-health/about-urban-indian-health-organizations/ (Urban Indian Health Institute) https://www.hrsa.gov/opa/eligibility-and-registration/health-centers/tribal-urban-indian/index.html (Tribal and Urban Indian Health Centers) https://www.ihs.gov/ (Indian Health Service) https://www.acusprout.com/jane (Jane) Electronic Medical Records. Use this link to get your first month free! Follow AcuSprout on https://www.instagram.com/acusprout/?hl=en (Instagram) and https://www.facebook.com/acusprout (Facebook)
From the ATX TV Festival opening night red carpet, actor and producer Jessica Matten chats with us about playing Sergeant Bernadette Manuelito on new AMC series, Dark Winds. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS Contact + Follow: Email | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube
Today I'm joined by Klaus Imping – best-selling author, entrepreneur, innovator, thought leader and CEO all rolled into one. With an education in Business Administration, Klaus worked for almost a decade in various organizational, IT and process re-engineering roles before making the move to consulting, where he has worked with numerous clients and projects for almost three decades. As an author, entrepreneur and the CEO of mSE PointOut Group, Klaus operates in the magic triangle of information technology, processes, and strategy, with a focus on supply chain management in a global context. Today Klaus joins me to chat all about his impressive career so far; his new book; his passion for making business process digitalization effective; and why tribal workflows are undermining digital transformation. IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: [06.54] Klaus shares his background and career journey, from his early employed roles to where he is today. “This was the first time that I got the idea that the strength and resilience of processes is a result of three factors and the technical enablement is only one – the process design and the process adherence are equally important.” [10.03] How his father's workplace experiences helped to shape Klaus' mindset and approach to his own career. “You always find enough reasons to declare yourself a victim of circumstance, that's easy. The hard way is to raise your hand, take influence and bring things to the right direction.” [13.18] Klaus' position in ‘the magic triangle of information technology, processes, and strategy' – what he means by that, and why it's the ideal place to be. [16.27] An overview of Klaus' upcoming book ‘Tribal F*cks Up Digital.' “I truly think that digitalization and digital transformation is the next industrial revolution – it's not a nice to have… it's a do it or die type of thing.” [20.52] Why Klaus wrote the book, the process of writing it and his passion for transforming the way we think about digitalization. [23.18] A closer look at digital transformation, and why technology isn't the answer. “It might work technically – but the process, the people, the workflow just doesn't adopt it… and it's the famous Excel spreadsheet that survives!” [28.20] Tribal workflows, and how they neutralize digitalization. [32.31] The importance of effective adoption, and how it's different to traditional change management. “Digital transformation is not limited by technology. Digital transformation is limited by adoption.” [35.54] Klaus' reflections on what the next couple of years are going to bring for the industry. [39.03] A look at Klaus' organization, mSE PointOut Group, recently named a 2022 GARTNER Cool Vendor in Supply Chain Technology. [41.29] What the future holds for Klaus. RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED: Head over to Klaus' website now to find out more, pre-order his book and to discover how he could help you too. You can also connect with Klaus on LinkedIn. Check out our other podcasts HERE.
Despite all of the advancements we enjoy in our civilized society with the rule of law, our human "tribal instincts" remain very strong. A chapter-a-day podcast from Judges 20. The text version may be found and shared at tomvanderwell.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wayfarer-tom-vander-well/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayfarer-tom-vander-well/support
When these hi-tech employees were hired by MyHeritage, canoeing down a river full of crocodiles in the heart of the Amazon jungle was not in the job description. Follow their adventures and misadventures as they embarked on a highly unusual pro bono mission to document the family histories of remote indigenous tribes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Across the North American continent, there is a stark difference in the availability of internet to different communities. Tribal lands are typically remote, rural and rugged landscapes, and often have very patchy, or non-existent internet connectivity. Dr Traci Morris explains why such a digital divide exists and how tribes are working together, both within their communities and with each other, to create and gain access to communications networks. Digital Deras connecting farmers in rural Pakistan In rural Punjab in Pakistan, farmers and villagers gather in places called ‘deras' to socialise, drink tea and coffee and discuss their farms. But one project has created a community network to transform one of these deras to have digital facilities – a ‘digital dera'. Farmers use this digital dera to access crucial weather forecasts and other information to help them manage their farms more efficiently. It also helps them battle the impact of climate change, as the crop cycles change due to shifting weather patterns. Founders of the project Fouad Bajwa and Aamer Hayat speak to Gareth about the impact of the digital dera project on the farming community. Offline internet in Cuba Cuba is one of the least digitally connected countries in the Western hemisphere. This is due to the US trade embargo but also poor internet infrastructure and a tight control of its own government on flow of information. Although accessing digital technologies is getting better, for ordinary Cubans going online is still a challenge. The internet connection is slow, unreliable and prohibitively expensive. To combat this, they have created an offline underground internet called ‘El Paquete Semanal' or ‘Weekly Package' – it is a one terabyte collection of eclectic material of movies, tv series, sport and music, while turning a blind eye to copyright. Reporter Snezana Curcic visited to learn more about this Cuban alternative to broadband internet. Presenter: Gareth Mitchell With expert commentary from Bill Thompson Producer: Hannah Fisher Studio Manager: Jackie Margerum (Photo: 5G data stream running through a rural village. Credit: Huber & Starke/Digital Vision/Getty Images)
In response to meat shortages spurred by the pandemic and a consolidated meat industry, the Biden-Harris Administration is dedicating $1 billion to smaller, independent meat processing endeavors. That's a promising boost for a handful of local, tribally operated meat processing facilities that service tribal ranchers and consumers. Today on Native America Calling, Shawn Spruce talks with agriculture advocates about efforts to leverage the federal money to diversify the meat processing industry with Roger Fragua (Jemez Pueblo), executive director of the Flower Hill Institute, as well as Chris Roper and Dave Carter, directors of regional technical assistance for the Flower Hill Institute.
THE THESIS: The Party has created two realities. We live in the world of objective, material happenings and facts proven by and observable, repeatable, falsifiable means. The other side lives in a reality where truth is whatever truth needs to be to suit the ends of The Party. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: Genesis 19:11 They struck the men who were at the doorway of the house with blindness, both small and great, so that they wearied themselves trying to find the doorway. Zephaniah 1:17 I will bring distress on men So that they will walk like the blind, Because they have sinned against the Lord; And their blood will be poured out like dust And their flesh like dung. Zechariah 12:4 In that day,” declares the Lord, “I will strike every horse with bewilderment and his rider with madness. But I will watch over the house of Judah, while I strike every horse of the peoples with blindness. Romans 11:8 Just as it is written, “God gave them a spirit of stupor, Eyes to see not and ears to hear not, Down to this very day.” THE NEWS & COMMENT: Hillary is innocent [AUDIO] - After Ignoring Trial, Nets Gloat Over Michael Sussmann's Acquittal Andrew McCarthy: John Durham lost because he treated the FBI as a dupe — rather than a Clinton collaborator Professional Republican, Matt Schlapp: It didn't matter that Durham had receipts showing Sussmann was working for Hillary. It didn't matter that his lie to the FBI about representing her was in writing. It didn't matter he broke federal law to sabotage Trump. DC's justice system will always cover for liberal elites ‘Tribal' D.C. juries align with Biden and Democrats; Is a fair trial even possible in Washington? Joe Biden has America in a strong position [AUDIO] - To start, let's review Rosenberg celebrating Replacement Theory in a June 8, 2008 speech in San Francisco at the NDN conference “A big day for US politics as team Biden begins a major campaign to help the American people better understand the progress we've made, how far we've come. This is significant for even a modest improvement in Biden's econ/job approval could have huge 22 impact.” - Simon Rosenbgerg, Builder of political things, looking ahead | NDN, DNC, DCCC, Clinton War Room, New Dems | Tufts, Aspen Crown Fellow | 30 yrs in the fight | Slava Ukraini! [AUDIO] - On CNN, with Brian Stelter, Jonathan Greenblat, Anti-Defamation League, talking about the Replacement Theory and claiming Tucker Carlson pushes it. “Beyond policy, Biden is unhappy about a pattern that has developed inside the West Wing. He makes a clear and succinct statement — only to have aides rush to explain that he actually meant something else.” - Josh Kraushaar, Against the Grain columnist at National Journal. Your gun, in your safe is the problem 40 slaughtered in gun-free zone. MSM silent/complicit [AUDIO] - CNN's Dana Bash: "We asked for a White House official to join us to talk about solutions this morning, but no one was made available. The governor and lieutenant governor of Texas and the state's two U.S. Senators also declined." [AUDIO] - Barnicle Asks Sharpton: Worry About Your 'Friend' Biden, Because Job's So Difficult? How Texas can stop mass shootings; Psychiatric disorders should be cured not celebrated Since the Columbine shooting in 1999, a disturbing number of school shooters have suffered from mental health conditions. Ethan Crumbley, who killed four students in Michigan last year, is planning an insanity defense. Dimitrios Pagourtzis, who shot up a high school in Santa Fe and killed 10 individuals in 2018, has been deemed unfit for trial several times by authorities and remains at a mental health facility. Nikolas Cruz, the shooter at Parkland's Stoneman Douglas High School (also in 2018), suffered from depression, ADHD, and autism. Adam Lanza, the shooter at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012 — still the deadliest school shooting in American history — reportedly had Asperger's syndrome and OCD. One L. Goh, who attacked Oikos University in Oakland in 2012, killing seven, was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and deemed unfit to stand for trial. Steven Kazmierczak, the shooter at Northern Illinois University in 2008, was also diagnosed with schizophrenia. Seung-hui Cho, the shooter at Virginia Tech in 2007, was diagnosed with severe anxiety disorder with selective mutism and a major depressive disorder. The list goes on. [AUDIO] - The college swimmer who has been renamed Lia Thompson is a woman “Breaking her silence...College swimmer Lia Thomas, who made history as the first transgender athlete to win a national title in her first sit-down interview...Her journey and what's next,” boasted co-host George Stephanopoulos in the first of two teases. Later in the show after the interview, Stephanopoulos swooned over how Thomas is a “strong woman.” [AUDIO] - Meanwhile, Vulva and Vagina Day - Pam Damoff THE LISTENERS: Jeffrey: Todd, On the topic of the Biblical world view, here's a quote from Malcom Muggeridge: “One of the peculiar sins of the twentieth century which we've developed to a very high level is the sin of credulity. It has been said that when human beings stop believing in God they believe in nothing. The truth is much worse: they believe in anything.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.