Sterlin and Louise sit down and talk about literature, movies, life up north, magic and everything else they could think of on Indigenous People's Day.Read More
Sterlin sits down with actress DeLanna Studi. They speak about her bold move to Hollywood, Misty Upham, Fathers, Oklahoma and much more. Enjoy.Read More
In this “snack” episode (a shorter episode released between full-length episodes) Rinaldo Walcott and Eve Tuck discuss the dilemmas of posing generous and productive questions between Black people and Indigenous people.
Walcott reflects on the long practices within whiteness to frame questions in ways that replicate the brutalities of white imposition, and the implications of those frames on questions non-white communities can engage with each other.Read More
In this episode, Stephanie Latty, Sefanit Habtom, and Rebecca Beaulne-Stuebing interview Kelly Hayes, a cofounder of the Chicago Light Brigade and the direct action collective Lifted Voices. Hayes is a member of the Menominee nation, and is based out of Chicago where she works as adirect action trainer. Kelly Hayes recently wrote an article for truthout.org called "From #NoDAPL to #FreedomSquare: A tale of two occupations."Read More
Sterlin talks with Mvskoke (Creek) painter, George Alexander. George talks about his journey as an artist, overcoming tragedy, and finding his artistic voice.Read More
Sterlin has a conversation with partner in crime, Bobby Wilson (also of the 1491s). Both were at Standing Rock together and describe what they saw, as well as the beginnings of the 1491s. Bobby talks about his early life of living in battered women's shelters and group homes... as well as his journey into the life he has made for himself today.Read More
Sterlin sits down with Playwrite/Lawyer Mary Kathryn Nagle -- They speak about Native law both past and present. They also talk about theater, film, and tribal sovereignty.Read More
Sterlin sits down with Ben Jacobs and Matthew Chandra to talk about their successful restaurant in Denver, Tocabe: American Indian Eatery. They also talk about the importance of food to community, Francis Ford Coppola, and a new project that Sterlin is working on with the two restaurant owners.Read More
Broken Boxes Podcast is proud to present this episode featuring Marcia Crosby, Tsimshian-Haida writer, art historian, and educator from British Columbia and respondent for Tania Willard. This is the 8th installation in a series of interviews featuring participants and their respondents from the socially engaged project #callresponse.Read More
I had the opportunity to travel to Standing Rock, North Dakota last week to deliver supplies from New Mexico to the water protectors currently on the front lines. Although my stay was very short with a specific trajectory of supply delivery, I took an afternoon to walk around Camp of the Sacred Stones and listen to story from folks who have joined in solidarity and support of this movementRead More
In the Season 3 finale of otipêyimsiw-iskwêwak kihci-kîsikohk, Métis in Space, Molly and Chelsea and special guest Amanda "The Hottienosaunee" review Season 1, Episode 11 of Farscape "Till the Blood Runs Clear" where "while flying Crichton's ship near a sun with high flare activity, John and Aeryn narrowly avoid getting sucked into an unstable wormhole."Read More
In Season 3, Episode 9 of otipêyimsiw-iskwêwak kihci-kîsikohk, Métis in Space, Molly and Chelsea review Season 2, Episode 22 of Twin Peaks, “Beyond Life and Death,” where "Cooper must overcome his deepest fears as he enters the Black Lodge to save Annie from Windom Earle.” Then Chelsea and Molly cry and have nightmares forever.Read More
In Season 3, Episode 8 of otipêyimsiw-iskwêwak kihci-kîsikohk, Métis in Space, Chelsea and Molly review Season 2, Episode 10 of Z Nation, “We Were Nowhere Near the Grand Canyon,” where "The team splits up because of a massive zombie horde, and encounters a Native American tribe fighting against itself. "Read More
In this episode, Faith Juma and Hunter Knight take you on a journey to the future! And also the past. And also the present. All of them are part of the future because of our nifty TTCdelorean, a time-space compression device that formerly happened to be a subway car in Toronto. Featuring special guests Rebecca Beaulne-Steubing, Shequita Thompson, and Mitch Case.Read More
In this episode, the Season 5 finale of Red Man Laughing, Ryan asks the question, "Is reconciliation possible in Indigenous communities with the church present."Read More
Broken Boxes Podcast is proud to present this episode as the seventh installation in a series of interviews featuring artists and their respondents from the socially engaged project #callresponse.
In this episode artist and curator Tania Willard speaks about her curatorial practice and breaks down the themes and materials she is focusing on in her current artistic work. She reflects on living and working on her Reserve and how she navigates being a mother and a practicing artist simultaneously. Tania also tells us about her involvement in #callresponse, providing insight into the body of work she is creating for the project and introduces us to the work and ideas of her respondent, Marcia Crosby.Read More
In this episode, Eve Tuck interviews Kim Tallbear, a scholar who focuses on Indigeneity and technoscience as part of the Faculty of Native Studies at University of Alberta. Highlights in the discussion include ideas on kinship, the ways that race and blood have been constructed differently for Indigenous and Black peoples in settler nation-states, and Eve asking possibly the longest podcast interview question ever.Read More
Creative Interventions and Interruptions. How can activities which fall under the umbrella of “art” contribute to visions of decolonization, and projects of futurity? In this episode of The Henceforward, Deanna Del Vecchio, ChristyGuthrie, Rahma Hilowle, and Stephanie Latty bring together critical reviews, creative formats,and imaginings of words unspoken.
Featuring special guest Susan Blight of the Ogimaa Mikana Project, we learn about ongoing movements in creative organizing, and take up stories and imaginative endeavors that conjure a world beyond present conditions of settler colonialism and antiblackness.Read More
Reconciliation? This episode explores the challenge and question of reconciliation on the lands now known as Canada. Hosted by Meg Bertasson (Ininiw iskwew) and Rebecca Beaulne-Stuebing (Weesawkoday Anishinabe), conversations with Indigenous and Black community members are woven in to a discussion on reconciliation, settler colonialism, and antiblackness.
Guests include Mitch Case, Shequita Thompson, Jessie Johnson, Stephanie Latty, and Fallon Simard.Read More
In this episode of Red Man Laughing, Ryan turns the microphone on himself to share three stories that might shine a lit & provide perspective on why he believes land needs to be central to every conversation about reconciliation happening today.Read More