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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

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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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September 1, 2021

Spotlight: What's Up With Docs - Storytelling as Medicine

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This week, Seedcast is sharing an episode of the podcast “What's Up with Docs” by our friends Toni Bell and Ranell Shubert.

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Group of farmers standing in a field

July 14, 2021

Picking berries and building power with Indigenous farmworkers

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A community of Indigenous Mixteco and Triqui farmworkers were displaced from their homelands and are now organizing to challenge the exploitive work conditions they face in the United States.

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Daazhraii Princess posing with woman and young child

June 16, 2021

Princess Daazhraii Johnson and the generation reclaiming Gwich'in

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Princess Daazhraii Johnson (Neets'aii Gwich'in) is an Indigenous TV and film producer on a journey of learning, reclaiming, and revitalizing her ancestral language of Gwich’in, which is only spoken by a few hundred people.

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Rosalie Fish in competition running gear with a red hand painted on her face

June 2, 2021

Spotlight: Not Invisible - Native Women on the Frontlines

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This week, Seedcast is doing something a little different. We’re sharing an episode of the podcast “Not Invisible: Native Women on the Frontlines” by our friends and partners at Red House Project.

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Portrait of Inye Wokoma

May 19, 2021

Rooting and re-humanizing in the African diaspora with Inye Wokoma

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Guest host Felipe Contreras talks with artist, journalist, filmmaker, and co-founder of Wa Na Wari Inye Wokoma (Kalabari/African-American) about what it means to be Indigenous and part of a diaspora.

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