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"Tonight's Discussion: Decolonizing the Anti-Violence Movement and Sexual Assault Awareness Month"
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The Save Wiyabi Project: As an advocacy group, the project aims to address violence against Native American women, as well as develop community based solutions for Native women, in both tribal and urban areas.
In addition to addressing violence, we want to provide a space for open and respectful dialogue, sharing of stories, and positive and accurate images of Indigenous women. We want to dismantle systems of oppression and address the root causes of violence and culture that allows it to continue.
Wiyabi is Assiniboine for "women". This project was created as a social media campaign to assist in the Violence Against Women Act reauthorization with full tribal provisions.
Today's show will feature two radical educators, who are making a deliberate effort to decolonize the classroom by using healing as a teaching tool. They will also be discussing world water day which also informs the work they are doing.
Informaton: The International Council of Thirteen Grandmothers http://grandmotherscouncil.org/
Our special guest this week is a friend of the Indigenous People across the planet. Her name is Wyt Raven; a Communication Ethicist from Australia. She educates and advocates on behalf of First Nation People from the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. She will remind us who we are as Humans, where we come from and where we need to go in order to reclaim our Sovereignty. This program is a first in a series of discussions around Humanity Uniting.
Advocate Hip Hop talent Leroy Moore is going to spend an hour with us. Activist, political scientist and part of the evolutionary shifts the POOR folks of Oakland Cali are making happen... wow. Just another hour of WOW... come meet him and listen to his song.
Your host is Gwendolyn H. Barry, and our Saturday Afternoon Post blog cheers team Jack Jodell stops in most Sundays. Join us!
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Lisa Tiny Gray-Garcia talks with us today. An Oakland activist & organizer, listen to her journey today with us. Find Tiny online at Tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia.com
Your host is Gwendolyn H. Barry, and our ?Saturday Afternoon Post? blog cheers team Jack Jodell stops in most Sundays. Join us!
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Ancestral Continuum - Decolonization
Inspired by a document created by Zigzag and Keyway Long Hot Summer '99, this episode will engage the elements of colonization and decolonization, terms and concepts shunned by popular media and academia, though they are the larger context of the struggles for indigenous, national and women's liberation, for environmental justice and grounded, spiritual redemption.
The Decolonize to Liberate working group of Occupy Boston and the general call to decolonize with also be engaged.
This show will not be taking live calls, but all listeners are invited to engage this fundamenta, radical and inevitable call to decolonize with Ukumbwa on facebook, twitter and on his blogs, but also in our schools at all levels, in our spiritual communities, neighborhoods, cafes, community centers and our homes.
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Every Sunday at 6pm EDT host Gwendolyn H. Barry (RoundTree7 & New Global Myth) & Jack Jodell (Saturday Afternoon Post) present guests & topics for discussion on current events, news and political drama that is the New Global Myth with special support of the Occupy Movement globally. Tune in and join the conversation! With a decaying environment global & especially in the Gulf coast states, armed drone attacks against civilian populations, the hilarity that is political discourse in our country, global austerity imposed by the 1%ers, the stripping of our rights and freedoms... we discuss it all. We hope to engage you and bring up your awareness. NOW IS THE TIME FOR ALL GOOD FOLKS TO COME TO THE AID OF THEIR COUNTRY. Join us. We are OCCUPY.
Occupied Radio tonight at 10:00 EST, 7:00 Pacific. Star Angelina Murray will be on the show to talk about immigration, workers rights and May Day. Murray is a member of the Seattle Solidarity Network, May First Action Coalition, a...nd Hip Hop Occupies to Decolonize. She has been active in struggles for immigrant and worker rights in Seattle and Tacoma, Washington for the last several years.
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Today's show will present information about the Coalition for Immokalee Workers, the corporatocracy, the food industry, indigenous peoples and a political action ascheduled for Stop & Shop headquarters on thursday April 12th, 2012. I had the great honor to meet Wilson Perez, an organizer and farmworker in the CIW at the recent Decolonize to Liberate Working Group meeting along with his translator and fellow activist, Elena. Though time and the delegation's schedule did not allow for a direct interview of Wilson Perez, today's episode of "Ancestral Continuum" will share information about the CIW and the political ans social struggle of farmworkers from Guatemala, Mexico and Haiti. In addition to this report, we will discuss the connection to indigeny and how the Ancestors hold us responsible to supporting these indigenous people upon whom we depend so much for our sustenance and lifestyle.
Related to our earlier discussions of colonialism and decolonization, the conditions of these farmworkers are brought into perspective as we consider the sytems and historical realities that created these conditions that the modern world is complicit with and must reconcile if we are to redeem ourselves spiritually, energetically under the watchful eye of the Ancestors who want better for ALL of us,
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