The “All My Relations” podcast is hosted by two amazing women and storytellers: Matika Wilbur, from the Swinomish and Tulalip peoples of coastal Washington, and Adrienne Keene, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. Together, they explore what it means to be a modern Native individual.
They speak on representation and how Native peoples are represented—or rather misrepresented—in mainstream media. Between them, they have decades of experience working in and with Native communities, and writing and speaking about issues of representation.
Hosted by Andi Murphy, a Navajo journalist, “Toasted Sister” takes us along on Murphy's journey to discover her culinary roots. This award-winning podcast documents the Native American Food Movement. On her website, Murphy provides cooking demonstrations, delicious Native recipes, and even a list of Native-owned food companies throughout the United States that you can support.
Join show host Vincent Schilling, an enrolled member of the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, award-winning photojournalist, book author, public speaker and Executive Vice President of Schilling Media, Inc. and co-host Delores Schilling, CEO and President of Schilling Media, Inc., as they talk to best and the brightest, the movers and shakers—and of course—Native Trailblazers. Past episodes include conversations about Native mascots and imagery in the NFL, chats with Native Comedian Joey Clift and Native Marvel Artist Jeffery Veregge, and tons more!
This podcast, hosted by Nick Estes and Jen Marley, features discussions on indigenous history, politics, and culture from a left-leaning perspective.
“Red Nation” as a whole is dedicated to advocacy, education, and bringing indigenous issues to the forefront of politics to hopefully create action.
“This Land” is hosted by Rebecca Nagle, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and an Oklahoma journalist searching for the truth.
This Crooked Media production sheds light on the two separate crimes that were two centuries apart, which consequently played a part in a 2020 Supreme Court decision. This podcast provides an in-depth look at how a cut-and-dry murder case opened an investigation into half the land in Oklahoma and the treaty rights of five tribes.
Follow each of the 10 episodes to understand the history behind this case and learn about the outcome of the Supreme Court decision.
Native America Calling is a live call-in program linking public radio stations, the Internet and listeners together in a thought-provoking national conversation about issues specific to Native communities. Each program engages noted guests and experts with callers throughout the United States and is designed to improve the quality of life for Native Americans. Native American Calling is heard on nearly 70 public, community and tribal radio stations in the United States and in Canada. Our program is a production of Koahnic Broadcast Corporation, a Native-operated media center in Anchorage, Alaska.