“I am disappointed that it took the death of an unarmed Black man for you to join the conversation about the colonial past and present of the British Museum,” says Bayryam Mustafa Bayryamali in a letter addressed to director Hartwig Fischer.
The 15th century papal bulls might be old, but they’ve influenced everything from how we treat the planet to the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Steven Newcomb has spent years teaching people about a series of 15th century papal bulls, commonly called the ‘doctrine of discovery.’ Newcomb, who is Shawnee/Lenape and author of Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery , said the bulls might be old, but they’ve influenced everything from how we treat the planet to the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
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Turtle Isalnd Radio Show_2020.23
June 1st – June 7th
Juurini – Siqinniapik
A Tribe Called Red + Odario + Haviah Mighty + Chippewa Travellers – Ba Na Na
Ozomatli + Collie Buddz – Cholo Yardie
Christos Hatzis + Tanya Tagaq + Steve Wood + Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra + Northern Cree Singers + Tadeusz Biernacki – Going Home Star: Truth and Reconciliation Act II I Got To Build My Fire Up
Frank Waln – Like A Rock
David Strickland + Maestro + Que Rock + Soufy + Leonnard Sumner – Truth
The Johnnys – Your Girl
Stuart James + Soufy + Sober Junkie – M.M.I.W
Esther Pennell – Big Dream
Tyler Morrison – Sounds like this
Marven Condo – Whiskey friends
Road Runner – Havin Every Baby
Classic Roots + Cozmic Cat – We Are One
Broadcast on FM by <a href=”https://resonancefm.com/”>Resonance</a> (UK), <a href=”https://www.agora.at/home/”>radio AGORA</a> (AT) , <a href=”https://www.freequenns.at”>Radio Freequenns</a> (AT), <a href=”http://www.ondefurlane.eu/”>Radio Onde Furlane</a> (I) – and as a podcast, <strong>Tunes from Turtle Island</strong> on <a href=”https://play.google.com/music/m/Inwp2bveqiguzi5mzdal7uk6wki?t=Tunes_from_Turtle_Island”>Google Play</a>, <a href=”https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tunes-from-turtle-island/id1511418105″>iTunes</a>, <a href=”https://www.deezer.com/us/show/1181722″>Deezer</a>, <a href=”https://www.stitcher.com/podcast//tunes-from-turtle-island”>Stitcher</a>, <a href=”https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-tunes-from-turtle-island-62773776/”>iHearRadio</a> or <a href=”https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/turtleisland”>Megaphone</a>.
This September, IDW Publishing presents Redbone: The True Story of a Native American Rock Band – an intriguing, historically accurate telling of the high-flying career of rock ‘n’ roll pioneers and talented brothers Pat and Lolly Vegas, as they influenced The Doors, jammed with Jimmy Hendrix before he was “Jimi,” and took the 1960s Sunset Strip by storm.
You’ve heard the hit song “Come and Get Your Love” in the movie Guardians of the Galaxy, but the story of the band behind it is one of cultural, political, and social importance.
The (November 20, 1969 – June 11, 1971) was a 19-month long protest when 89 American Indians and their supporters occupied Alcatraz Island. The protest was led by Richard Oakes, LaNada Means, and others; John Trudell was the spokesman. Te group lived on the island together until the protest was forcibly ended by the U.S. government. There are some amazing photos here of the occupation.
Turtle Isalnd Radio Show_2020.22
May 25 – May 31
Brenda MacIntyre, Medicine Song Woman – Gotta Be Me
Dallas Arcand ft Dawn Desmaris – Indian Trance
Doc Native & Spencer Battiest – The Storm
Funkdoobiest – Bow Wow Wow
Maiah Wynne ft Just James + J Scott – Chance To Say Goodbye
MiCH COTA_KIZIS – In Our House
Shannon McKenney – I Know Thing
VILDÁ + Willows + Soleil Launière – Remember Your Name part 1
VILDÁ + Willows + Soleil Launière – Remember Your Name Part 2
Richard Kagige – One Cold November
Wolf Saga – Heroes
Aqqalu Berthelsen – Cuckoo
Broadcast on FM by Resonance (UK), radio AGORA (AT) , Radio Freequenns (AT), Radio Onde Furlane (I) – and as a podcast, Tunes from Turtle Island on Google Play, iTunes, Deezer, Stitcher, iHearRadio or Megaphone.
I’m shocked and saddened but not surprised by all the events arising from the brutal murder of #georgefloydRIP.
I have been following from this side of the pond and the numerous protests here as well, the list is huge.
Around the world we are watching.
I would like to add my little support and that of the Turtle Island Radio Show to all those fighting
with whatever method they choose against the fascist oppression of all people of colour.
Standing in #Solidarity with you all. #blacklivesmatter
During a podcast hosted by the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors, Alberta’s energy minister Sonya Savage was asked about the Trans Mountain expansion project, which is under construction despite despite fierce opposition from environmentalists and some Indigenous groups.
Environmental advocates have reacted with outrage after a provincial energy minister in Canada said that coronavirus restrictions on public gatherings make it a “great time” to push on with a contentious pipeline project.
Turtle Isalnd Radio Show_2020.21
Auen – Nad ‘Nisar
Curtis Clear Sky and the Constellationz – Lasting Love
Street Pharmacy – When Rudy Met Paddy
Backwater Township – TIO’TIA-KE
Matt Comeau – We Are One
Richard Inman – Faded Love Better Days
Paul Jr Aliktiluk – Sometimes (elaanikut)
Richie Ledreagle – Somebody Please
Gabrielle Fontaine – Through the Flood
Samantha Crain – Holding to the Edge of Night
Badd Wolf and Wild the Coyote – Broken Down
The North Sound – Better Days
Miracle Dolls – Mothers BLood on Lady LIbety
Painted Raven – Livin’ Life
Broadcast on FM by Resonance (UK), radio AGORA (AT) , Radio Freequenns (AT), Radio Onde Furlane (I) – and as a podcast, search for Tunes from Turtle Island on Google Play, iTunes, iHeartRadio, Deezer, Stitcher, or Megaphone.
As construction related to the Keystone XL pipeline begins in South Dakota Gov Noem pressures tribes that have been outspoken opponents of the pipelines.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said on Thursday that her stance against Native American tribes operating coronavirus checkpoints on federal and state highways isn’t just about the response to the coronavirus pandemic, but about setting “precedent” on tribes’ ability to shut down traffic in other situations.
Some old school HipHop
Anachnid + Eadsé + iskwē + G.R. Gritt + Laura Niquay + Matiu + Shauit + Soleil Launière + Tee Cloud + Viivi Maria Saarenkylä – Heading to New Mexico
Young Medicine – We Dance
Leetia Kalluk – Qaigialaurit
Agaaqtoq – Run Free
Calina Laurence – Prosperous Duet
Carsen Gray – Sah ‘Laana
Que Rock ft Drezus and Asspects – Life on Mars
Artson & Brown Fist Emoji & MC RedCloud & Pj Vegas – The Future
Micki Free – Wounded Knee
Russel Means – Conspiracy to be Free
Kid Frost – La Raza (Cantina Mix)
Gabriel Ayala – Passion, Fire & Grace
Mike Bern – Waponahkew
Artson ft. Malcolm-Ali – The Drum (Lacey IQ remix)
Broadcast on FM by Resonance (UK), radio AGORA (AT) , Radio Freequenns (AT), Radio Onde Furlane (I) – and as a podcast, search for Tunes from Turtle Island on Google Play, iTunes, Deezer, Stitcher, Spotify or Megaphone.
The Cheyenne River Sioux have chosen to follow the path of science and set up checkpoints on roads coming into the Reservation.
In the showdown over the right to operate highway coronavirus checkpoints pitting Bald Eagle’s people and other South Dakota tribes against Gov. Kristi Noem, each side has looked to a higher authority.
i didnt see this when it came out but its spot on!