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Best Peter Deswood podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Peter Deswood podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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In this episode I answer the following questions: The most frequently asked question is: How much is the stimulus check? Who qualifies as a child? Will other dependents qualify for the $500 payment? What are the income limits? What about seniors who only receive Social Security? What about veterans who only receive a veteran’s disability payment or…
 
In this video, I answer some of the common questions small business owners are asking about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocates $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn. References: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/paycheck-protection-program/…
 
In this episode Peter Deswood (Navajo) is giving an update of the coronavius (COVID-19) and the impact on the Navajo Nation. Links to sources: Arlyssa Bicenti's Navajo Times article: https://navajotimes.com/reznews/covid-cases-jump-to-26/ Johns Hopkins map: https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e…
 
In podcast episode 127, Kashon Harrison (Navajo) talks about the highlights of his career, such as running in the Foot Locker National Championships and being one of the highest recruits out of the Four Corners for cross country. He also talks about balancing academics and running collegiately at the University of Colorado-Boulder (CU). Follow Kash…
 
Honeeshgish: A Navajo Legend. Honeeshgish (fire poker) is a story told by Don Mose, Jr., illustrated by Molly Trainor, based on sketches by Don Mose, Jr., cultural consultants: Clayton Long and Brenda Whitehorse, editing and layout by Kathryn Hurst. Produced in 2006 by Utah State Office of Education and San Juan School District Media Center.…
 
In podcast episode 126, Hamilton and Bertina Cadman (Dine) talk about opening Juniper Coffee and Eatery in Farmington, New Mexico. They also talk about the benefits of owning a small business and some of the struggles. They are available to help budding entrepreneurs navigate the business regulatory process. If you are in the Farmington area, stop …
 
In podcast episode 125, Jerome Damon (Dine) and I talk about how and why he started DALONE Skateboards in Gallup, New Mexico. Jerome also talks about overcoming numerous challenges to start his business at 22 years of age. He said he went from being a shy kid who skated alone to owning his own business. Follow DALONE Skateboards on Facebook and Ins…
 
In podcast episode 124, Danielle Shay Gibbons (Dine) and I talk about two of her small businesses. Danielle owns and operates a beading business (Shining Star) and a Wellness & Fitness Studio (Asdzą́ą́ Bá Hózhónii Wellness) in Farmington, NM. She also talks about a tuxedo she beaded for Wes Studi that he wore to the Oscars. Follow Danielle on Faceb…
 
Special Episode: Qualitative Methodology Using a game/dating show style, five PhD students draw from theoretical and research design by sharing their insight on two methodologies, phenomenology and grounded theory. Domonique Crosby, Kari Deswood, Douglas Lee, Abbey Racelis, and Joanne Engler are second-year doctoral students in the PhD. Higher Ed. …
 
In podcast episode 123, Dakota Kay (Navajo) and I talk about two of his experiences when he was homeless so he could save money to attend college and graduate school. He also talks about playing football at Fort Lewis College. Lastly, he talks about how a student would apply to schools to become a physical therapist. Visit his Facebook for the stor…
 
In podcast episode 122, Kelvin Dan (Navajo) and I talk about when he became interested in pursuing a medical degree. He also talks about the process of becoming a medical doctor. Dr. Dan also explains the challenges he faces being a minority in the medical field. Lastly, Kelvin talks about how he balances his traditional Navajo beliefs and practici…
 
In a special podcast episode, Kari L. Deswood (Navajo) shares what she has learned in her doctoral educational research course and explains how her research lens has evolved since starting her PhD program. Kari talks about the importance of decolonizing dominant systems and centering the voices of research participants and their communities. Kari i…
 
In podcast episode 121, Rashaan Ramone (Navajo) and I talk about the history of the Fenders band. We also talk about how he started playing in the family band. Rashaan also talks about stepping up into the music scene when a member of the band did not show up. This young man has an amazing music perspective. Follow the new Fenders II page on Facebo…
 
In podcast episode 120, Ryan Benally (Navajo) and I talk about the issues surrounding the Bears Ears National Monument. Ryan was recently appointed to serve on the Bears Ears National Monument Advisory Committee. Ryan also serves on the San Juan County Economic Development Committee and the Utah Navajo Trust Fund-Dine Advisory Committee. Ryan can b…
 
In podcast episode 117, Marisa Mike (Navajo) and I talk about the clothing and design business she started. Marisa explains the ups and downs of running a business on and off the reservation and the support she has received from Change Labs (NABIN). Marisa is one of the sponsors of the ARIZE Fashion show in Tuba City, AZ that is held on April 5-6, …
 
In podcast episode 113, Dr. Deborah Jackson-Dennison (Navajo) talks with me about some of the challenges and successes of leading Native American schools. She also discusses why she started her consulting business: Indigenous Ingenuity. Most importantly, she talks about the importance of Native voices being heard within schools. Dr. Jackson-Denniso…
 
In this special podcast episode, I read several pages from Michael Lerma's book Guided by the Mountains. In this book, Lerma examines traditional funds of knowledge and explores leadership from the Navajo perspective. Lerma's words are powerful and I recommend all aspiring leaders to read this book! You can purchase the book from Michael by emailin…
 
In podcast episode 112, Kody Dayish (Navajo) updates us on the projects he is involved with. Recently, Kody received the Best Director - Native Cinema category at the Santa Fe Film Festival. Kody also talks about the special relationship he has with his family and how they support one another. Lastly, Kody will be a supporting actor in an upcoming …
 
In podcast episode 111, Stephanie Benally (Navajo) talks about the work she is doing to win the 2019 Casey Excellence for Children Award. Stephanie is a Native American Specialist for the Utah Foster Care system. She advocates for Native youth to placed in Native American homes. She shared that there are only about 10 Native American foster familie…
 
In podcast episode 110, Loren Anthony (Navajo) talks about why he started Chizh for Cheii. Loren also talks about overcoming drug and alcohol addiction and how he started delivering wood for elders in his community. Lastly, he stated, "it's always been about helping people and selling hope." Follow Loren or Chizh for Cheii on Facebook, Instagram or…
 
In podcast episode 108, Ahsaki Baa Lafrance-Chachere (Navajo) talks about how she started her cosmetic and luxury skincare business. She also shares some of the challenges and successes of her journey. Lastly, she discusses the impact her masani (grandma) made on how she lives her life and operates her business. Follow her on Facebook and her websi…
 
In podcast episode 107, Forrest Goodluck (Navajo/Mandan/Hidatsa/Tsimshian) talks about how he started acting, he explains the audition process and how he prepares for roles. Forrest also talks about his role in the movie Indian Horse. Indian Horse will be showing in the United States in December 2018. Forrest has appeared in: Indian Horse, The Reve…
 
In podcast episode 106, Alray Nelson (Navajo) talks about how he helped establish Diné Equality-an organization advocating for a safe, supportive and inclusive home for the LGBTQ community. Alray talks about his identity, how intersectionality impacts his work, and the message he is conveying. Alray explains some of the issues Native LGBTQ face on …
 
In podcast episode 105, Harold Bennally (Navajo) talks about his ultra-marathoning career and how he started directing ultra-marathon events on the Navajo Reservation. He also talks about starting the Canyon X Half Marathon in Lechee, Arizona. He said there are only 150 spots available for the Canyon X that will occur January 5th, 2019. Follow Haro…
 
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