Lofanitani Photo by Paul RWW
April 13, 2022
A State of Perpetual Memory: Native Identity Through Connection to Land
There is no singular Indigenous experience. We take a walk with five Indigenous Peoples from five different regions of Turtle Island in what is currently known as the United States to hear their stories about their identities, their cultures, and their connections to land.
Guests featured are John Scott-Richardson (Haliwa-Saponi Tribe, Tuscarora lineage from Six Nations), Carey Flack (Muscogee Creek descent, Choctaw Freedmen, and Cherokee Freedmen), Jeremy Dennis (Shinnecock Indian Nation), Lofanitani (Black, Tongan, Modoc, Klamath, and Cherokee descent), and Colette Denali Montoya (Pueblo of Isleta and Pueblo of San Felipe.)
Host: Jessica Ramirez. Producer: Stina Hamlin. Story editor: Tracy Rector.
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WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! How is your Indigenous identity connected to land?
The Seedcast team is inviting our Indigenous listeners to record your thoughts in a voice memo and send them to: Seedcast@NiaTero.org. We plan to share your voices in a future episode!
- Producer Stina Hamlin: Instagram / Twitter; Projects: Remaining Native Documentary, Sonic Occupation
- Colette Denali Montoya: Instagram / Website; opportunities to support Ukraine, to combat fracking in Colette’s homelands, and to support Pueblo survivance.
- Jeremy Dennis: @jeremynative / @mashousestudio / JeremyNative.com / Ma’s House Studio
- Lofanitani: TikTok / Instagram / Website
- John Scott-Richardson: Instagram