We speak with Native American activists about the massive Northern California wildfires and the long-term impacts.
Fida Jiryis, a Palestinian from the Galilee, now living in Ramallah, discusses the experience of returning from exile to live inside Israel’s borders, the differences between writing in English and Arabic, and why she chose to write a women’s fiction book with a Canadian non-Palestinian protagonist. Fida is one of the contributors to the best-selling … Continued
The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America Is an eye-opening, landmark history of the enslavement of tens of thousands of Native Americans across America, from the time of the conquistadores to the Early 20th century. The Other Slavery is a key missing chapter of American history. Reséndez offers a startling contemporary … Continued
Report from Standing Rock – Bay Area Native American journalist Rose Aguilar joins us by phone from near the Standing Rock encampment. Rose arrived in North Dakota on Friday, one day after water protectors were violently evicted from the Highway 1806 camp, where they were attempting to block construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline. Rose reports … Continued
On today’s show we speak with water protector, Dean Loves-War about Native American resistance in North Dakota.