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Season 1, Episode 1: Movements

October 7, 2015 9 PM Eastern

Co-hosts: Eniko and Patrick

In this episode we explore the formation and the work of movements in the Native American community.

From AIM in the 1960s to Idle No More in 2012 to the multiple groups working against the extractive industries that are attempting to exploit lands and waters crucial to tribal survival - movements have been a vehicle for organizing and focusing resistance.

We will be presenting the first installment of Unresolved - part of a documentary series about the preservation of Oak Flat (located onSan Carlos Apache treaty lands) and the surrounding area in AZ. Apache Stronghold and other allied groups are actively resisting the impending destruction of this National treasure by a foreign mining company.

Special guests for this broadcast are Joye Braun (O'O'Henumpa band of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe) and Elizabeth Lone Eagle (enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe).

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Indigenous National Day of Action
on October 14, 2015


Support these groups with your time or money

Apache Stronghold

Braveheart Society

Owe Aku: Mocassins on the Ground

NO KXL Dakota

Dakota Rural Action

IEN: Indigenous Environmental Network

Resources used in the production of this episode include:

  • Red Winter
  • Excerpts from the radio broadcast of John Trudell November 27, 1980 (Recorded by Burton Segall and available in its entirety at
  • Native Life original footage and images from Oak Flat courtesy Eniko Nolan
  • AIM Honor Song

Our special thanks to Drezus for granting permission to use Red Winter (appearing at the introduction of this episode)


This broadcast is made possible through the many volunteers of (and with support from) Bernie2016tv