Podcasts

Photo of Sili Savusa

December 15, 2021

“My people are my family” - Samoan island values in the Pacific Northwest

Seedcast

In this episode of the Seedcast podcast, meet Sili Savusa, a Samoan woman bringing island values to her work battling racism and housing issues in Seattle's White Center neighborhood on Coast Salish land.

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Headshot Andrea Ixchíu Hernández photography by Tracy Rector

December 1, 2021

Indigenous women on the frontlines of climate change at COP26

Seedcast

Meet several Indigenous women who gathered, marched, and supported one another at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland, where world leaders met to discuss the future of the planet, the need to address climate change, and the actions required to do that.

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Lisa Fruichantie at Alma Photography by Felipe Contreras

November 17, 2021

The Indigenous woman behind a new Native kitchen

Seedcast

Meet Lisa Fruichantie (citizen of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma), who is guiding a new Native-focused restaurant and arts venue, Alma, in Tacoma, Washington - the traditional lands of the Puyallup peoples.

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A group of masked people that are part of the 4th World Fellowship standing together

November 3, 2021

4th World filmmakers 'doing the damn thing'

Seedcast

In this episode, the 4th World Media Lab 2021 cohort share how Indigenous-focused spaces make room for growth, why Native filmmaking is in an interesting moment, and what they envision next for themselves and those following in their footsteps.

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Image of steam rising off ground in Yellowstone

October 13, 2021

Spotlight: Parks - Yellowstone

Parks Podcast

We’re sharing an episode of the podcast Parks, which explores the truth about the creation of U.S. National Parks, retold alongside Indigenous peoples.

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Portrait of Victoria Tauli-Corpuz

September 22, 2021

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz and Jennifer Corpuz: The mother and daughter who fight for Indigenous rights

Seedcast

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz and Jennifer ‘Jing’ Corpuz (Kankana-ey Igorot, Philippines) are policy makers and Indigenous rights advocates as well as mother and daughter.

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