The Anonymous Eskimo Podcast

The Anonymous Eskimo Podcast

The Anonymous Eskimo Podcast is an Indigenous podcast devoted to uplift Indigenous peoples, with a mission to send hope to those struggling with the negative stigma placed upon mental health issues, the disease of alcoholism, and drug addiction. To also bring awareness to the MMIWG2S & MMIP crisis. Through guests sharing their experiences, inspiration, strength, and hope. I want to break the stigma that is associated with indigenous people, mental health and recovery. Host: Ralph Sara


April 8, 2024 55 mins

Bill Ward
Bill is 1/2 Cree from Calgary Alberta, Canada.
Bill is a Recovery Activist, Motivational Speaker, Change Maker, and the Host of The UDR Podcast.
Bill is 9 years sober, and on this show Bill courageously shares his story for those that are still struggling.

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Mike Scott
Mike is from Sturgeon Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Mike is a motivational speaker and an Indigenous influencer.
Mike is 12 years sober and on this show Mike courageously shares his story, sending hope out to those who are still struggling.

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March 25, 2024 40 mins

Lynette Deacon
Lynette is Athabascan. 
She grew up in Grayling and Anchorage, Alaska, as well as in Hawaii. 
Lynette represents strong courageous native women in sobriety.
Lynette is almost 3 years sober. 
On this show Lynette courageously shares her journey for those still struggling. 

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March 18, 2024 30 mins

Michelle Chubb aka Indigenous Baddie on social media is a model, activist, and public speaker. Michelle is Swampy Cree from the Bunibonibee Cree Nation, north of Manitoba, Canada.
Michelle makes content to educate non-Indigenous people and to inspire indigenous youth to come out of their shells and express themselves.
Michelle is sober and represents strong indigenous women in sobriety.
On this show Michelle shares h...

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March 11, 2024 40 mins
Heather Painter

Heather is Deg Xitʼan Athabascan.
Heather is part of the Alaska Therapeutic Courts and advocates for native recovery and represents strong native women in recovery. 
Heather is over 5 years sober. 
On this show Heather courageously shares her story to uplift our indigenous relatives.

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March 4, 2024 48 mins
Dr. Charlene Aqpik Apok

Charlene is Iñupiaq, her family is from White Mountain and Golovin. She is the force behind Data for Indigenous Justice (DIJ), a nonprofit organization that tracks data related to the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit (MMIWG2S) peoples in Alaska. As DIJ’s executive director and co-founder, she serves as a guiding light for those striving to create...
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February 26, 2024 46 mins

LJ Muskwa 

LJ Is an indigenous influencer and comedian who was raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada but now resides in Edmonton, Alberta Canada. He is a father of two amazing daughters and has been sober for over 12 years. On today’s show LJ courageously shares his story for those still struggling.

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February 19, 2024 42 mins

Laurie Luke

Laurie is from St. Mary’s Alaska on her dads side and Duncan British Columbia on her moms side, but now resides in Anchorage, AK.
Laurie is half Yupik and half Cowichan Indian. Laurie is 1016 days sober. 
On this episode Laurie courageously shares her story for those still struggling. 

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February 12, 2024 46 mins

Dr. Amanda Cheromiah

Dr. Amanda Cheromiah is from the village of Paguate, located on the homelands of Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico. She believes one of the greatest gifts she has an educator, mentor, and sister, is the ability to build the confidence of students, especially Indigenous youth, through storytelling, photography, and videography. Amanda cares deeply about giving-back to her Indigenous community and transforming spaces th...

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February 3, 2024 51 mins

Don Barnaby
Beaver who creates waves

Don is First Nations Mi'gmaq from Listiguj Quebec.  Don is a Red Road Warrior. He is an MC as well as a Northern Traditional and Southern Straight Pow Wow dancer. Don along with his wife Candia started "Healing Stiches." Where they make Storytelling clothing inspired by your vision that they design into wearable art to help you on your healing journey. Don has been so...

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January 20, 2024 39 mins

Antonia Unaqsiq Commack is Inupiaq from the Native Village of Shungnak. She currently lives in Wasilla with her 3-year-old son, Eddie. Antonia went to school for medical assisting and is returning to school this year to finish her bachelors degree. Her passion for MMIP advocacy came after she lost two of her best friends to domestic violence. She has since advocated on behalf of many families across the state where she has made lif...

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November 9, 2023 48 mins

Rebecca Michal

Rebecca is Choctaw.
Recbecca is originally from Sitka, Alaska she now resides in North Carolina.

Rebecca is an indigenous dog breeder where she is working to preserve the NDN dogs of Turtle Island with a mission through NDN traditions and blessings to make medicine dogs that will bring healing into many homes across this land. She is partnered with three other tribal breeders across Turtle Island.

Rebecca has been s...

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November 1, 2023 35 mins

Joel Wood
Joel Wood, "Mikwanak Kamôsakinat" (One Who Picks Up Feathers or Feather pick up man).

Joel is Plains Cree from Maskwacîs, AB, CAN. Treaty 6 Territory. 

Joel is a singer, songwriter, motivational speaker, champion dancer. He is also a member of 9X GRAMMY Nominated & Multi-award winning Powwow/Rounddance drum group, Northern Cree. 

Joel is alcohol & drug free and is an advocate for walking on the red road...

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October 24, 2023 51 mins

Nina Gorman

Nina is Yupik originally from the Bristol Bay Area. but now resides on Dena’ina land.

Nina is the Director for  AimHighLLC a temporary housing program that helps homeless veterans.

On this episode Nina courageously shares her story for those still struggling.

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October 15, 2023 47 mins

Taboo Nawasha

Jimmy Gomez who is better know as a founding member of the Black Eyed Peas, and his stage name Taboo Nawasha, is Hopi, Shoshone, and Mexican.
He is a rapper, songwriter, actor, cancer survivor, and advocate.
Taboo is 16 years sober.
On this episode Jimmy “Taboo” Gomez courageously shares his story for those who are still struggling.

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October 10, 2023 8 mins

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July 18, 2023 61 mins

Nikki Corbett

Nikki owns her own business and brand called Sew Yup’ik.

She is the host of her own podcast called, “All Things Sew Yup’ik.” 

On her podcast she shares her own healing journey and what has helped her along the way. She also shares about parenting and also re-parenting her inner child.

Nikki is from Mamterrilleq, Alaska. AKA Bethel.

On this episode Nikki shares about her healing journey and we discuss some difficult topics ...

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July 10, 2023 57 mins

Rob Seay 2

Rob is Deputy Director/Community Liaison for Henning Inc.

This year Rob has been named a Sober Hero by Recover Alaska.

Rob has been in recovery for 5 years.

On this episode Rob checks in and shares his experience, strength, and hope for those still struggling.

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July 1, 2023 48 mins

Barbara James


Barbara is Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’XW from Port hardy, British Columbia.

Barbara is a Red Seal Carpenter as well as an Instructor for the British Columbia institute of Technology. Barbara is an Advocate for indigenous people.

Barbara has been sober since 11/18/2018, that’s over 4 years.

On this episode Barbara courageously shares her story for those still struggling. 

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June 19, 2023 44 mins

Kennedy Tali

Kennedy is 39 years old and was born in Santa Ana California, but now resides in Anchorage, Alaska.

Kennedy is a shelter based caseworker for Catholic Social Services. 

Kennedy has been in recovery for 3 years. 

On this episode Kennedy courageously shares his story for those that are still struggling.

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