Hey everyone! This week I'm joined by a cohost Ian from Native Film Talk and we get into some cool topics with my newest guest Sterlin Harjo! Sterlin is an incredible film maker and comedian from Oklahoma and he has a lot to say. I had so much fun on this episode talking about film, tv, live performances, rez stuff and so much more. If you enjoy the show make sure you go follow and support Sterlin!
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Hey! It's Native Heritage month and like any other people out there I scouted for the best guest possible to make it special. Today this special episode features Congresswoman Debra Haaland. She is from New Mexico and is an enrolled member of the Pueblo of Laguna. We talk about some of her policy, Covid, the secretary of the interior rumors, some of her personal history and finally how we can get NomadCast into the White House....
Hey everyone! On this episode I speak with Ian Claw Allison, the host of a podcast called Native Film Talk. In the episode we talk about movies, blood quantum, growing up in a vacuum, the motivations behind our shows and so much more. This is a very personal episode for me! I really hope y'all enjoy it. Also I celebrated my girlfriend because we just had an anniversary! How fun!
Native Film talk is a podcast that explores the r...
This week I spoke with Stephan Cheney who is an artist that works with wood. He is the owner of High Rez Wood Co which is based in California. Through this company he makes, sells and gives things made with healthy environmental and cultural sensitivities and practices in mind.
We talk about fighting fires, wood, doing things the right way and more. Come listen to hear it all!
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On this episode come listen to my brain clog as I get more and more involved with the conversation with my guest Ronnie James. Ronnie is a man from Iowa that is involved with the Great Plains Action Society, Des Moines Mutual Aid and BLM movements in a big way! Through our conversation I begin to realize how little I understand of a lot of what he is talking about and I really appreciate that. Ronnie has humbled and taught me in a ...
Today I had three incredible guests on the show! They all came on with incredible things to say and share. I had event head and organizer Kayla Shaggy, artist/presenter Elijah Forbes and artist/presenter Mercedes Acosta. We talk about funding indigenous artists, running digital art shows, why H.P. Lovecraft sucks and so much more. Come listen and learn! I know I did.
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Hey y'all! Happy Indigenous People's Day! This episode is actually a little old and I feel terrible becuase it had an error when I originally uploaded. So to make it right I'm making it my first upload today.
I hope you enjoy listening to Navajo artist/author Kayla Shaggy and I talk. It's a really incredible time and I can't tell you how happy I am to be interacting with people that are this wholesome and inspir...
Happy Indigenous People's Day! For this episode I spoke with Dale Deforest. He is an incredible Navajo artist that primarily works in comic books. He's been a long time listener and friend of the show and I love that I can support him by bringing him on.
On this episode you can hear us lament our woes over COVID, get real about why we are having issues with life and why being indigenous in 2020 is important and what it means...
Today I release an episode with a long time guest and favorite Lee Francis IV. I have so much fun talking with him about all of his nerdiness in his indiginerd life. Lee owns and runs a book store called Red Planet Books and Comics and a publishing company called Native Realities. Listen to the episode to hear about how busy this dude is. It's insane. He inspires me and I hope he inspires you!
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Come listen to the new episode! My first political guest Christina Haswood (Diné) and I talk about a ton in this episode. If you are at all interested in hearing about a young Native in politics you don't want to miss this one!
Sorry it's a little late. There was an error uploading that I didn't notice. Thanks for bein...
This episode features Jourdan Bennett-Begay the deputy managing editor for Indian Country Today. I had such an incredible time talking with her and learning how she got her job from Twitter. Come listen to us figure it all out together.
To connect with Jourdan or Indian Country Today follow these links.
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Apologies! The first episode has a slight echo when we are both talking. I'm working with a sound engineer friend to work out the kinks. It's still very listenable and good though!
After a long break from the last episode in January I am finally back. This time I'm talking with Meagan Byrne the creator of Achimostawinan Games. Meagan and her company are creating a new game called HILL AGENCY: PURITY/decay and it sounds ...
Moose talks with his old friend for a test episode. Looks like things are working well. Excited to come back next week with a new Native guest.
Boo! The guys have been lying to you all this time. Nomadcast has had an unofficial third host all along. Please welcome Triscinda Miller! Also, Caleb discusses what freaks him out the most.
In this episode the guys were able to sit down and talk to Dale Deforest about his latest comic book venture, Rez Luv, which has a Kickstarter campaign under way to help fund the project. Please listen to this episode and give what you can to the Kickstarter.
For this episode we are joined by Youtube vlogger, Natalie Franklin. Her upbeat and bubbly personality really shined through during our show and we absolutely enjoyed talking to her. To check out her channel and social media, click the links below!
Caleb and Jason are back with an interview with Melissa Buffalo, who works for the American Indian Cancer Foundation, to talk about the effects of cancer within the Native American community and how the foundation works with reservations to get more resources to community members. We enjoyed our conversation with Melissa and we hope you do too!
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Nomadcast is back with a fresh episode featuring the gifted, Ms. Rosalie Fish, a member of the Cowlitz Tribe. Rosalie drew attention to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's movement (MMIW) after running with the red hand-print. Please listen to her story!
Urban Indian Health Institute: