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MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs
MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs
Rick Harp

A weekly roundtable about Indigenous issues and events in Canada and beyond. Hosted by Rick Harp.

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Episodes

Why Indigenous-led Genomics Matters: Part II

On this week’s round table—the last all-new episode before our summer series launches—the second half of our special live on... more

09 Jul 2024 · 38 minutes
Why Indigenous-led Genomics Matters: Part I

What is genomics? In what ways might Indigenous genomics differ from its mainstream counterpart? And why is it important they... more

28 Jun 2024 · 42 minutes
Close Encounters of the Colonial Kind: Part 2

This week: our return to the realm of IZ, the personification of critical Indigenous studies as imagined by MEDIA INDIGENA... more

03 Jun 2024 · 1 hour, 18 minutes
From perogies to pemmican: what can two men switched at birth tell us about Indigenous belonging?

In this back half of our longer-than-expected mini INDIGENA, host/producer Rick Harp picks up where he left off (drinking deeply... more

16 Apr 2024 · 30 minutes
Spilling the beans on Indigenous involvement in the coffee trade

For our latest mini INDIGENA (the sweet + sour version of MEDIA INDIGENA), we yank on the global supply chain... more

08 Apr 2024 · 30 minutes
A Plethora of Pretendianism: Pt 2

This week: building upon last episode's commanding talk by MI's own Kim TallBear, in which she highlighted the insatiable settler drive... more

01 Apr 2024 · 43 minutes
A Plethora of Pretendianism: Pt. 1

On this week’s program: a plethora of pretendianism! So much, in fact, it’s going to take two whole episodes to... more

24 Mar 2024 · 56 minutes
Close Encounters of the Colonial Kind: Pt. 1

This week: 'Close Encounters of the Colonial Kind,' the title of a talk given by our very own Kim TallBear... more

09 Mar 2024 · 1 hour, 6 minutes
Is the Supreme Court ruling on Canada's Indigenous child welfare law a victory for the status quo?

On this week’s Indigenous round table: legal limbo? Did the Supreme Court's recent rejection of Quebec’s constitutional challenge to Bill... more

27 Feb 2024 · 50 minutes
Unflagging settler colonialism in Minnesota / Mni Sóta Makoce

This episode, another ‘mini’ INDIGENA (the easy-peasy version of MEDIA INDIGENA)—one where the first item went way longer than anyone... more

13 Feb 2024 · 54 minutes
The 'clean, green' face of colonialism

For our first mini INDIGENA of 2024, Candis Callison (associate professor in the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies and Graduate... more

24 Jan 2024 · 47 minutes
Shaping a Syllabus for Indigenous Podcasting Studies

For our final episode of 2023, a live audience recording from the spring, when we took part in the ICA... more

07 Jan 2024 · 53 minutes
CN Indigenous advisory board goes off the rails

This week, our penultimate program of 2023 reunites Kim and Ken for another mini INDIGENA (the rough and ready version... more

06 Jan 2024 · 1 hour, 3 minutes
Carbon Colonialism and Culpability

On this week’s round table: colonial carbon culpability. Calling it a “first-of-its-kind analysis,” a recent study by Carbon Brief has... more

28 Dec 2023 · 54 minutes
Where's There Smokes, There's Fire: Tobacco, Trade and Treaties

This week: where there’s smokes, there’s fire. Does a recent ruling by Quebec’s Superior Court have the potential to dramatically alter... more

14 Dec 2023 · 1 hour,
The debate over state vs federal recognition of tribes in the U.S.

This week: controversy at the Congress. The National Congress of American Indians, that is. And according to its website, NCAI... more

03 Dec 2023 · 1 hour, 13 minutes
How Canada Diddles While The World Burns: A Climate Check-in

This week, yet another ‘mini’ INDIGENA (the fast + furious version of MEDIA INDIGENA), with some world-wide words for our... more

20 Nov 2023 · 45 minutes
Do statutes of limitations apply to treaties with First Nations? Canada sure hopes so

We wrap up October a titch late with another ‘mini’ INDIGENA (the quick + dirty version of MEDIA INDIGENA), featuring... more

02 Nov 2023 · 40 minutes
How might The Voice referendum echo for Indigenous peoples in Australia?

This week: another MINI INDIGENA featuring Kim TallBear (professor in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta)... more

22 Oct 2023 · 53 minutes
First Thoughts on First First Nations Premier of Manitoba

MEDIA INDIGENA is back from its summer break with all-new shows, and we kick off with a far-ranging foursome of... more

08 Oct 2023 · 46 minutes
Indigenous Journalisms: Part 8

For the eighth and final installment of our 2023 Summer Series, "Indigenous Journalisms"—our audio book club based on Reckoning: Journalism's... more

21 Sep 2023 · 31 minutes
Indigenous Journalisms: Part 7

For the seventh installment of our 2023 Summer Series, "Indigenous Journalisms"—an 8-part audio book club based on Reckoning: Journalism's Limits and... more

07 Sep 2023 · 37 minutes
Indigenous Journalisms: Part 6

For the sixth installment of our 2023 Summer Series, "Indigenous Journalisms"—an 8-part audio book club based on Reckoning: Journalism's Limits and... more

21 Aug 2023 · 49 minutes
Indigenous Journalisms: Part 5

For the fifth installment of our 2023 Summer Series, "Indigenous Journalisms"—an 8-part audio book club based on Reckoning: Journalism's Limits and... more

04 Aug 2023 · 49 minutes
Indigenous Journalisms: Part 4

For the fourth installment of our 2023 Summer Series, "Indigenous Journalisms"—an 8-part audio book club based on Reckoning: Journalism's Limits and... more

17 Jul 2023 · 46 minutes
Indigenous Journalisms: Part 3

For the third installment of our 2023 Summer Series, "Indigenous Journalisms"—an 8-part audio book club based on Reckoning: Journalism's Limits... more

05 Jul 2023 · 1 hour, 4 minutes
Indigenous Journalisms: Part 2

For the second installment of our 2023 Summer Series, "Indigenous Journalisms"—an 8-part audio book club based on Reckoning: Journalism's Limits and Possibilities—co-author... more

23 Jun 2023 · 46 minutes
Indigenous Journalisms: Part 1

The opening installment of MEDIA INDIGENA's 2023 Summer Series debuts a new format for this time of year: a kind... more

11 Jun 2023 · 1 hour, 2 minutes
Thy shalt un-steal stuff from Indigenous people, pledges pontiff

For our final show of the 2022/23 season, we debut a somewhat new format—working title: 'the RADAR' 📡—as MI regular... more

06 May 2023 · 34 minutes
How court injunctions do Canada’s dirty work to deny Indigenous rights

This week: The function of injunctions. When First Nations challenge the authority of a province or corporation to enact decisions... more

08 Apr 2023 · 1 hour, 11 minutes
Norval Morrisseau's illegal imitators forge a fortune

This week: when culture and commerce collide. Three underground art rings producing hundreds if not thousands of fake artworks worth... more

26 Mar 2023 · 54 minutes
Water Insecurity and First Nations Suicide

Can a reserve’s chronically unsafe drinking water be associated with a greater risk of suicide for its residents? That’s the... more

20 Mar 2023 · 1 hour, 13 minutes
Should we distinguish between 'pretendians' and 'descendians'?

This week: our second, long-overdue MINI INDIGENA of the season features regulars Trina Roache (Rogers Chair in Journalism at the... more

10 Mar 2023 · 29 minutes
What ‘it just wouldn't do’ to say in Alberta

This week: Press Proximity to Power. For our latest TalkBack edition of MEDIA INDIGENA, where monthly supporters of the podcast debrief... more

24 Feb 2023 · 52 minutes
Why settlers may be the ultimate tourists

On our latest TalkBack edition, where monthly supporters of the podcast share their questions and comments, a follow-up with journalist Dawn... more

18 Feb 2023 · 46 minutes
How Canadian tourists help endanger Indigenous lands in Mexico

This week: Storming the beaches. Some Canadian property developers hoping to lure so-called ‘snowbirds’ to sunny beachfront in Oaxaca, Mexico... more

29 Jan 2023 · 52 minutes
Illuminating Big Oil's big shadow on the media

Media bias: something many suspect is at play in mainstream outlets. But proving it—that's a different story. Amidst the daily,... more

21 Jan 2023 · 42 minutes
Why Canada prefers to spend more money ‘rescuing’ First Nations than respecting them

This episode, a live debrief with our patrons on 'Oil and Gaslighting,' our December 21, 2022 discussion about the jarring... more

15 Jan 2023 · 52 minutes
MEDIA INDIGENA Game On Edition 🎲 "Hit or Miss!" (ep 311)

Something of a different turn for us this episode, as we roll into the realm of games. A way to... more

05 Jan 2023 · 50 minutes
Oil and Gaslighting

This week: Oil and gaslighting. They say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Guess which one... more

27 Dec 2022 · 56 minutes
MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs
How Canadian tourists help endanger Indigenous lands in Mexico
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This week: Storming the beaches. Some Canadian property developers hoping to lure so-called ‘snowbirds’ to sunny beachfront in Oaxaca, Mexico have hit... more