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Red Man Laughing – Healing Is Beautiful Featuring Hovak Johnston

Sep 24 • ind_admin
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In this episode of Red Man Laughing we bring you to Yellowknife during the Stories From The Land National Tour to share the stories of Hovak Johnston. Hovak is a multidisciplinary artist that has created the Inuit Tattoo Revitilization Project, a project in the North that is committed to the revitilization of traditional forms of Inuit tattooing.

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Red Man Laughing – The Next 150 (Kanata Pod)

Jul 7 • ind_admin
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July 1st, 2017 marked the FIRST day of #Canada150…that’s right, folks. The lead up that has nauseated many of us was actually only #Canada149. In this episode we identify priority areas of what we believe should be the focus of #Canada150 for Indigenous People & their allies.

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Red Man Laughing – The Argument For A Statement of Facts For Canada

May 22 • ind_admin
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A statement of facts is needed in Canada if we are going to get serious about moving forward in this country. If the appropriation prize debacle in this country has proven anything, it’s that when it comes to being on the same page in this country in regards to the Indigenous reality in Canada, we’re not even close.

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Red Man Laughing – Wild Rice Wars

May 8 • ind_admin
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The collision between the inherent Indigenous hunting, fishing, trapping, gathering & harvesting rights and Canada’s cottage country is a conversation no one is ready for and one that the government cannot afford to ignore any longer in this country.

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Red Man Laughing – The Skoden Chronicles

May 1 • ind_admin
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In this episode of Red Man Laughing, Ryan sits down with the gentlemen from, “The Skoden Chronicles,” to talk decolonization, Indigenous masculinity, the trappings of art and community and more. Follow and subscribe to The Skoden Chronicles wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Red Man Laughing – Religion

Aug 19 • Indian & Cowboy
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In this episode, the Season 5 finale of Red Man Laughing, Ryan asks the question, “Is reconciliation possible in Indigenous communities with the church present.” 

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