Seedcast Podcast

Listen to Seedcast, a narrative podcast produced by Nia Tero, where we dig up, nurture, and root stories of the Indigenous experience from around the world. The goal of Seedcast is to support the rights and traditional ways of Indigenous Peoples and amplify their practices of reciprocity. We share stories from around the world and honor guardians of the land who have lived in relationship with their traditional territories since time immemorial.

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Free Land Camp 2023, in Brasília, Brazil. © Victor Bravo / Greenpeace

June 26, 2024

Twenty Years of Free Land Camp

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In this podcast episode, we head to Acampamento Terra Livre, or Free Land Camp – the largest Indigenous mobilization in Brazil. 2024 marked its 20th year, as 9,000 Indigenous People from across Brazil gathered to defend their rights and their lands.

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Acampamento Terra Livre 2024. Photo by Maria Fernanda Ribeiro / Nia Tero.

April 24, 2024

Seedcast em Português: Prévia do Acampamento Terra Livre com Dinamam Tuxá

Esta semana, milhares de povos indígenas de todo o Brasil estão reunidos na capital do país, Brasília, com ousada esperança no futuro para compartilhar cultura, celebrar e exigir seus direitos a suas terras e a seus modos culturais.

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Acampamento Terra Livre (ATL / Free Land Camp) 2019 in Brazil. ATL is the largest annual assembly of Indigenous leaders in Brazil. © Christian Braga / MNI

April 24, 2024

Acampamento Terra Livre Preview with Dinamam Tuxá

Thousands of Indigenous Peoples from across Brazil are gathered in the country's capital, Brasília, for the 20th Acampamento Terra Livre (ATL), or in English, Free Land Camp.

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RPS01 E07 Pili Ka Moo credit Justyn Ah Chong

March 13, 2024

Sonic Journey Five: Pili Ka Moʻo

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This is the story at the heart of our latest Sonic Journey. We’re sharing the story of the Fukumitsu family who is protecting their land -- their ‘āina -- through the Emmy Award-winning film “Pili Ka Moʻo”.

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Still from the film Ma’s House by Jeremy Dennis (Shinnecock), who is also pictured here on the lands of the Shinnecock Nation. Courtesy of Reciprocity Project.

February 28, 2024

Sonic Journey Four: Ma's House

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In our latest Sonic Journey, join us on the lands of the Shinnecock Nation, which have been cared for by the Shinnecock People for over 10,000 years.

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Film still from SÜKÜJALA TEI directed by David Hernández Palmar (Wayuu). Photo courtesy of Reciprocity Project.

February 14, 2024

Sonic Journey Three: SŪKŪJULA TEI (Stories of My Mother)

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Who’s ready for a little Indigenous joy, knowledge, and inspiration? We’re starting Seedcast Season Four with deep listening, as a powerful way to witness one another.

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