October 11, 2021

HMM 10 – 11 – 21

Indigenous People’s Day special episode**
with segments from our archives:

We begin with Lyla June who speaks about the role that the creative arts have played in her own life, as well as the impact of the creative arts in movement spaces for environmental and social justice.
Then, we revisit our story on the Land Back of Papscanee Island to the original inhabitants of the land, Stockbridge-Munsee Community Band of the Mohican Indians
Later on, Matoaka Little Eagle speaks to the impact boarding schools had on Indigenous Society
After that, our interview with Grammy Award winning musician, Joanne Shenandoah
Finally, we will play part of the Myron Dewey interview: an incredible filmmaker, educator, and activist whose life was recently cut short

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