A weekly roundtable about Indigenous issues and events in Canada and beyond. Hosted by Rick Harp.
Showcasing Indigenous Entrepreneurship to the world.
Threshold is a Peabody Award-winning public radio show and podcast that tackles one pressing environmental issue each season. We report the story where it's happening through a range of voices and perspectives. Our goal is to be a home for nuanced journalism about human relationships with the natural world. www.thresholdpodcast.org Season 1 -- "Oh Give Me a Home" Can we ever have wild, free-roaming bison again? Season 2 -- "Cold Comfort" Climate change in the Arctic through the eyes of peopl ...
Missing Figures is a history podcast which showcases true stories of power, perseverance, and possibility (that should be common knowledge).
Listen and contribute to this community of voices who speak about our connection and partnership with the living earth.
Awabapod is proudly brought to you by Awabakal, a leading indigenous health and community organisation. Listeners can expect community leaders, sports stars and role models sharing their stories and key messages about how you can look after your health. We'll even throw in a healthy dose of Awabakal humour for good measure.
Indigenous Health MedTalk covers topics related to women's and men's health, family health and wellness, mental health, sexual health and community innovations related to and affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Hosted by Dr Danielle Arabena: the Medical Educator for the Indigenous Health Training Team at General Practice Training Queensland. Danielle speaks to innovators, trail blazers and community leaders in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and medicine. A p ...
Native Trailblazers - FRI'S 8PM EST - Hosted by Mohawk Journalist, Editor and Public Speaker Vincent Schilling and CEO of Schilling Media, Inc. Delores Schilling.
Need something new to talk about? Subscribe to the podcast that challenges the way you see everything. The Walrus Talks is a national event series that sparks conversations on the issues that matter most to Canadians. The events feature seven thought leaders and industry experts talking for seven minutes each, with seven different perspectives on a single topic. *The music in this podcast has been licensed and is called Intelligent Molecule by LexPremium.
Every Voice Creates A Spark.
Lexicon Valley is a show about language, from pet peeves, syntax, and etymology to neurolinguistics and the death of languages. Hosted by linguist John McWhorter.
Are you tired of listening to what the Mainstream Media is feeding you? Then check out, God Network News and the Gospel Gadget Podcasts, and find out what HE is doing around the world today. We travel the world to capture real stories from real people creating lasting positive impact in the lives of millions of people. You won't hear this on CNN!
Indigenous Urbanism is a place-based storytelling podcast about the spaces we inhabit, and the community drivers and practitioners who are shaping those environments and decolonising through design.
Insight, wit and analysis as BBC correspondents, journalists and writers take a closer look at the stories behind the headlines. Presented by Kate Adie and Pascale Harter.
1A is home to the national conversation. The show frames the best debates with great guests in ways to make you think, share and engage.
All In The Mind is ABC RN's weekly podcast looking into the mental universe, the mind, brain and behaviour — everything from addiction to artificial intelligence.
The highest homicide rate in the country. A mayor and his wife charged with extortion. A police chief put on trial for obstruction of justice. Nine tragic deaths of Indigenous teenagers. Why does it all happen here?
Students at a Tribal College who speak on Pretty Much anything, just listen Jeeze.
YAI Podcast stands for Young and Indigenous and that’s who we are: tribal youth of the Lummi Nation, original peoples of the land and water now called Bellingham, Washington. In order to try and help our Lummi community stay unified, we have created an outlet for people to express their opinions, voice their ideas and concerns, and share some of the, until now, untold stories of our people. YAI podcast is an attempt to preserve our culture, learn our language, and inspire future generations ...
Lannan Foundation is a family foundation dedicated to cultural freedom, diversity and creativity through projects which support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, as well as inspired Native activists in rural indigenous communities. This site is for our audio and video podcasts.
This podcast is brought to you in partnership with the Canadian Bar Association. It will serve as your educational resource on trauma-informed lawyering. Through inspiring interviews and thoughtful commentary, Myrna will shine a light on a critical competency you did not get any instruction on in law school. Trauma-informed lawyering is a do-no-further-harm, relational approach to the practice of law which benefits you, your clients, your colleagues and the legal profession generally. Lawyer ...
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Learn how leaders in public policy address the most pressing problems faced by Indigenous people in the criminal justice system.
Big Ideas brings you the best of talks, forums, debates, and festivals held in Australia and around the world, casting light on the major social, cultural, scientific and political issues
Political, Entertainment, Economical, Real Estate, And Law topics that can get you through another day. And a journey to get you closer to FREEDOM!
My radical activist mother Kahentinetha Horn tells me stories of her very long adventurous life, always with the sense of humour that carried herthrough.
Hosted by Lola Venado, The Botanical Bruja®, the Xantico House Podcast* is dedicated to centering the work of multi-cultural BIPOC whose Medicine stories are often underrepresented in communities of herbalism, folk magik, cookery, and other healing creative arts. (*FKA Branch & Bone Medicine Show)
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The DD Podcast takes you behind the beats with Canada's best-known and fastest-rising Indigenous artists.
Fun, funny and wise: Flight of Fancy with Ben Groundwater is an exploration of all things travel, for those with a thirst for seeing the world.
Reflections and thoughts of an Indigenous American Muslim.
RezXperts features a Canadian Indigenous - Aboriginal perspective in todays world, providing interviews, commentary, and discussion on current affairs, news, politics, culture, lifestyles, and more.
Interviews with Anthropologists about their New Books
Camp Quality - supporting children with cancer
True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio Ambulante.
Podcast IRC is a roundtable podcast about events, research, ideas, and discussions from the research team at the Indigenous Research Center. We'll cover current research in Indigenous Research Methodologies, cutting edge discussions on research implication in Indian Country and knowledge production in our Tribal communities. If you want to stay up-to-date on what the IRC is doing then this is the show for you. To learn more about SKC IRC visit irc.skc.edu
Welcome to Living Indigenous Media, a podcast forum for discussing Indigenous media movements, oral histories and contributing to the Indigenous conversation. I'm your host Rain Charger, an Itazipacola Lakota grad student in the Indigenous Studies department at The University of Kansas.
Uplifting Fallen humanity one broadcast at a time. with a focus On Women , Business, and Children...
Welcome! All My Relations is a podcast hosted by Matika Wilbur (Swinomish and Tulalip) and Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation) to explore our relationships— relationships to land, to our creatural relatives, and to one another. Each episode invites guests to delve into a different topic facing Native American peoples today. We keep it real, play some games, laugh a lot, and even cry sometimes. We invite you to join us!
Rising UP in Vibration
Take a fact-based journey through the cosmos. Tune in to hear weekly discussions on astronomical topics ranging from planets to cosmology. Hosted by Fraser Cain (Universe Today) and Dr. Pamela L. Gay (SIUE), this show brings the questions of an avid astronomy lover direct to an astronomer. Together Fraser and Pamela explore what is known and being discovered about the universe around us. Astronomy Cast is supported through individual donations and the sponsorship of Swinburne Astronomy Online.
Brain fun for curious people.
Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation. Host Falen Johnson takes you straight into Indigenous Canada, from Halifax to Haida Gwaii, from Shamattawa to Ottawa, introducing listeners to the storytellers, culture makers and community shakers from across the country.
InFocus advances the latest news stories and puts them into perspective. Join host Melissa Ridgen as she puts the news viewers want to see “in focus”, providing in-depth analysis to give the ‘story behind the story’. Informational and educational, InFocus provides a detailed examination of the issues affecting our communities.
Interviews with Scholars of Gender about their New Books
Hollywood NDNz is a weekly podcast that explores the trials and tribulations of the entertainment industry through the perspective of Native American entertainment professionals. The podcast is hosted by Rainy Fields (Muscogee (Creek)/Cherokee), Tim Ramos (Pomo), and Jim Ruel (Ojibwe).
Down a long, single-lane road in the most northern part of California is Karuk territory—one of the largest Indigenous tribes in the state. It’s here that Bill Tripp’s great-grandmother, who was born in the 1800s, taught him starting as a 4-year-old how to burn land on purpose. “She took me outside—she was over 100 years old—and walked up the hill …
Dan Rennie speaks with Helena Saunders, the forgotten Firebird about the Indigenous Round held last weekend in Super Netball, that saw the only Indigenous player in the entire competition, Jemma Mi Mi benched for the whole game. Dan also yarns with well-respected commentator Sue Gaudion who was calling the Firebirds game during Indigenous Round. So…
A new report by national charity Mission Australia reveals the hurdles faced by young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia.
Settler panic in the Atlantic. Why do opponents of a new Mi’kmaq fishery in southwestern Nova Scotia speak as if it’s illegal when it has the support of a 21-year-old Supreme Court ruling? Why do they persist with arguments that the fishery could endanger the stock when not even 10 licenses are involved—an iota compared to the millions of pounds ca…
On the show today we chat with José Fernandez, a Colombian registrar working at Toowoomba’s Carbal Medical centre. José shares his experiences with discovering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, working in Indigenous health, palliative care and universal spirituality.By Indigenous Health MeDTalk
Transforming Indigenity: Urbanization and Language Revitalization in the Brazilian Amazon (University of Toronto Press) examines the role that language revitalization efforts play in cultural politics in the small city of São Gabriel da Cachoeira, located in the Brazilian Amazon. Sarah Shulist concentrates on how debates, discussions, and practices…
The Toronto International Film Festival is one of the biggest film festivals in the world. On a typical year, TIFF attracts hundreds of thousands of people for screenings, galas and parties. Although the show must go on, it does look different this year.
Kayla Cartledge is a proud Gurrindji woman who grew up on Bunurong land on the Mornington Peninsula and recently launched a business called "Our Songlines", which is a platform that connects people to First Nations culture. Support the show (https://barayamal.com.au/about/why/)By Barayamal
The Fabric of Indigeneity: Ainu Identity, Gender, and Settler Colonialism in Japan (University of New Mexico Press) is a recent addition to the growing scholarship on Ainu identity and settler colonialism in Japan. Combining ethnographic fieldwork in contemporary Ainu communities and organizations with museum and archival research, Dr. Lewallen sho…
Juan, a Kuku Yalanji man from the Mossman-Daintree area, has been working as a guide in this region of Australia for more than fifteen years. He talks to host Ben Groundwater about his country, his culture and his ambition to continue to learn and maintain the traditions of his people. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.…
In this bonus episode, listen to highlights from the IRC teams discussion from Episode 5 and Episode 6. In Episode 5 the team discusses the acquisition and use of knowledge from the medium of traditional songs. An Apsáalooke song from Crazy Sister-In-Law provides physical documentation of success and authority. Songs such as these commonly called …
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'It seems that every generation needs to be told why Black Lives Matter. Here we are again.' Marcia Langton describes the worsening of the justice system for indigenous Australians. Also, is impartiality over-rated when it comes to gender oppression in the Middle East? Journalist turned activist explains the meaning behind the title of her book, We…
Victorian health minister Jenny Mikakos will resign from parliament as the state prepares to ease coronavirus restrictions.
The nomination could help Mr Trump cement a key part of his presidential legacy - making the federal judiciary move conservative - while also energising his core supporters ahead of the election.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews and state health officials are live with a coronavirus update.
Victoria has had one more coronavirus death, taking the state toll to 782 and the national figure to 870, as new case numbers continue to drop.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said there was a "moral responsibility" for a COVID-19 vaccine to be shared far and wide, in a video speech to the 75th United Nations general assembly.
Scott Morrison has warned that "humanity will have a very long memory and be a very, very severe judge" of any nation that puts profit over widespread distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The family's lawyer demanded that Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron show whether he presented any evidence on Breonna Taylor's behalf, after a grand jury decided no police would face direct criminal charges over her death.
A Ukrainian military plane carrying students from an aviation school crashed while landing and burst into flames, killing at least 22 people. Two other people were seriously injured and four people are missing.
A minute of silence was held after a British police officer was shot dead in the early hours by a man who was being held at a custody centre in south London. The 23-year-old suspect is thought to have then turned the gun on himself. He was taken to hospital with a gunshot wound and is in a critical condition.…
Leading Australian abortion rights advocate Wendy McCarthy says she is enraged that the death of women's rights champion Ruth Bader Ginsburg could lead to a reversal in the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling.
New restrictions are being enforced in the United Kingdom, France, Italy and Spain after a resurgence in coronavirus cases that has officials worried about the prospect of a second wave.
Senate committee chair James McGrath said the federal government's bill struck an appropriate balance but other members have attacked the legislation, calling it "an act of economic and cultural vandalism".
Two people were said to be critically wounded in the incident, which French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin described as a 'new bloody attack on our country'.
Israel went into a second nationwide lockdown on Friday in a move that has leaders bickering amid soaring virus infections. The government has ordered all nonessential businesses to close.
Plastic bubbles were set up in New York to protect diners from the spread of coronavirus, and shelter them from cold and rain.
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President Donald Trump raises questions about the 2020 election, while a grand jury ruling on the police officers that killed Breonna Taylor reignites protests. China commits to carbon-neutrality. The situation around Belarus remains contentious and Prince Harry ruffles feathers over statements about voting. Want to support 1A? Give to your local p…
Thermal Imaging Technology Helps Firefighters See Through Smoke Wildfires are still raging out west, and states are using anything in their arsenals to fight back. This year, for the first time, Oregon’s Department of Forestry is using thermal imaging technology to see through thick smoke to the fires below. The state’s firefighting teams say this …
In this episode, the IRC team is joined again by Bob Rugh and Wil Meya from the Language Conservancy (https://languageconservancy.org). The Language Conservancy was founded in 2005 by a concerned group of indigenous educators and language activists in reaction to the severe decline of indigenous language speakers in the United States. Working close…
Did you miss the latest SBS World News bulletin? You can catch up on all the major national and international news stories of the day right here.
TikTok Australia has denied the Chinese Communist Party wields power over content during a parliamentary inquiry in Canberra.
We’re blessed with good quality food in Australia and we’re spoiled for choice . Many people in the world aren’t so lucky. But the environment pays a big price for what we put on our plates. So how can we feed the world and save the environment?And how can we demand more green space in our cities so we can be closer to nature?…
Her historic 400m run was projected on the sails of the Sydney Opera House, celebrating 20 years since the Sydney Olympics.
A study by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute sheds new light on the extent of Chinese destruction of Islamic sites and culture.
In their submission, the PKKP detailed their desperate attempts to halt the destruction as Rio Tinto continued to lay the ground with explosives.
Republican and Minority House leader Kevin McCarthy has said there is no reason to worry about a peaceful transition of power after the election. Democrats have criticised Donald Trump for his refusal to to commit to a peaceful transfer if he loses the November 3 presidential election.
Premier Daniel Andrews has apologised unreservedly to Victorians for mistakes made in the hotel quarantine program.
Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews has offered an "unreserved apology" to all Victorians for the mistakes in hotel quarantine.
Victoria has had eight virus fatalities - taking the state death toll to 781 and the national figure to 869 - and recorded 14 new cases of coronavirus.
In his compelling evaluation of Cold War popular culture, Pulp Vietnam: War and Gender in Cold War Men’s Adventure Magazines (Cambridge UP, 2020), Gregory Daddis explores how men's adventure magazines helped shape the attitudes of young, working-class Americans, the same men who fought and served in the long and bitter war in Vietnam. The 'macho pu…
A sustained and compelling critique of the doubt/belief binary in the anthropology of religion and Islam, Nicholas H. A. Evans’ Far from the Caliph’s Gaze: Being Ahmadi Muslim in the Holy City of Qadian (Cornell University Press, 2020) presents a riveting ethnography of a community’s strivings to materially embody and establish the certainty of its…
The withdrawal of Australian Defence Force troops on October 1 will come a day after Queensland opens to more than 150,000 extra NSW residents when a border bubble is widened.
Western Arrernte man Vincent Namatjira has won the 2020 Archibald Prize, becoming the first Aboriginal artist to take out the honour in its 99-year history.
As he cruises to a seventh world title, Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton says using his platform to advocate for racial equality is increasingly important. Hamilton made the comments in a recent interview with Time, after being recognized as one of Time's 100.
As South Australia and Queensland open borders with New South Wales, what are the border restrictions in place in each state?
Daniel Andrews says the planned October 26 changes to COVID-19 restrictions, which include the end of Melbourne's curfew, might happen earlier in the month.
Kumanjayi Walker was fatally shot at his home in Yuendumu, around 300km north-west of Alice Springs, on the evening of 9 November last year.