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Busting the Thanksgiving Myth: Native Sovereignty & the Red Road

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Uncut Interview: Winona LaDuke

This is the full interview with Winona LaDuke from the episode The Future of Energy is Indigenous (and it won’t involve pipelines!)Winona LaDuke is the Director of Honor the Earth, a platform she co-founded with...

Rising Against Asian Hate: Turning Violence into Action

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week's episode on your favorite podcast platform. In March 2021, a 21-year-old man murdered eight people, including six women of Asian descent, at three spas...

Red Road to the Future: Native Sovereignty is Key to Climate Justice

In the midst of a national reckoning with white supremacy and colonial history, Indigenous people are demanding a new relationship with DC — honoring the traditional, legal, and moral rights of native nations. Earlier...
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Big Pharma vs The People: The Fight To Save America’s Largest Generic Drug Manufacturer

This July, America’s largest remaining generic drug manufacturing plant is set to close its doors forever in Morgantown, West Virginia. Its parent company, Viatris (formerly known as Mylan), plans to relocate operations to India...
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“Powerlands”: Indigenous Youth Fight Big Oil & Gas Worldwide

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week’s episode on your favorite podcast platform. (Available 10/9). Big Oil, Gas and mining companies are in the backyards of many Americans — but did you...

BIPOC Media: Amplifying Black & indigenous Collaborations

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week's episode on your favorite podcast platform. How do Black and Indigenous communities intersect? This special feature for Indigenous People’s Day explores the forces that...

Cooperation vs Authoritarianism in Spain

Two of the regions that were the most brutally repressed under the mid-century dictatorship of Francisco Franco built the world’s largest worker-owned cooperatives

Food Justice

About Food justice is the notion that everyone should have access to healthful food as well as the opportunity to grow, market and serve it. It’s also the idea behind a rising movement in the...
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Democracy: A National Temperature Check

Disinformation, polarization, growing economic inequality, attempts to undermine elections and the rights of women and racial minorities—all of these are turning up the heat on American democracy. At the same time, pro-democracy movements are...

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