From clothing brands capitalizing on movement imagery and slogans to beer labels “benefiting” #MMIWGT2S, when facing cultural appropriation and exploitation of Indigenous identity and struggle, how do we also hold Indigenous artists and non-profits accountable for exploiting our own struggles?
Indigenous Mutual Aid frontline organizers share their experiences and thoughts from a year of being on the ground in their communities responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.
After taking a bit of a break, were back! In this show our hosts Bonn & Klee give some updates,…
In this broadcast Indigenous Action is taken over by three fierce queer Afro-Indigenous organizers: edxi betts, Mahlikah Awe:ri, and Shanese…
In this broadcast hosts Bonn, Anthony, and Klee talk with Kanahus Manuel, Gord Hill & Enāēmaehkiw Kesīqnaeh about Land Back, lessons from the front-lines, & Indigenous Anti-Fascism.
In this broadcast host Bonn talks with Amrah Salomón J., Anne Spice, Makoon, and Demian Dinéyazhi’ about the limitations of Indigenous Peoples’ Day & the possibilities of Indigenous liberation.
In this broadcast hosts Bonn, Anthony, and Klee talk with co-conspirator Bettina Castagno about not voting and why voting is not a form of harm reduction. Check out the companion Audio ‘Zine of our piece “Voting is Not Harm Reduction.”
This is an audio version of the ‘zine we wrote and published in February 2020 titled, “Voting is Not Harm Reduction” read by Bonn Baudelaire. We’ve published this as a companion to our podcast “Voices of Refusal: The Native Vote & Colonial Domination.” Check out that episode here: www.indigenousaction.org/podcast
In this premiere broadcast we talk with some long-time Indigenous Action co-conspirators about their thoughts on “land acknowledgements.” Guests: Amrah…