D.Reger's Podcast

D.Reger's Podcast

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Episode 9: A Conversation With Authors Malcolm Ebright and Rick Hendricks (Part 2)

Discussing the book "Pueblo Sovereignty Indian Land and Water In New Mexico and Texas" published by University of Oklahoma Press (oupress.com) we are joined by Malcolm Ebright and Rick Hendricks returning to Moccasin Tracks to highlight topics we didn't have time for in the first ...  Show more

Episode 8: Indigenous Women At Alcatraz And In Leadership A Family Tribal History Perspective

Thank-you to the Indigenous women who have written songs to honor the survivors and victims, families and communities that continue to experience the trauma of residential school. In this episode of Moccasin Tracks we feature He Can Fancy Dance by Cindy Paul, This Northern Girl C ...  Show more

Episode 7: What Is My Place In The Universe with Evan Pritchard

"Part of finding our place in the Universe has to do with realigning ourselves to Mother Earth and our fellow creatures with a much more enmeshed relationship with what we call the natural world which we are part of," says Evan Pritchard. Evan is teacher, researcher, writer and h ...  Show more

How Far Can We Stretch The Web Of Life? A Conversation With Evan Pritchard

In this podcast made from a conversation on Zoom for community radio broadcast of Moccasin Tracks with host Deb Reger, we talk to Evan Pritchard of Mi'kmaq and Celtic descent. We talk about Wisdom Circles and models for creating community. Are we envisioning a future that include ...  Show more

Protecting Sacred Sites

From Moccasin Tracks radio broadcast Jan 6, 2020 we talk to Sagkompanau Mishoon Netooeusqwa (Chenae Bullock) about the building on burial sites of the Shinnecock Nation, aka Long Island. https://www.change.org/p/jay-schneiderman-cease-and-desist-desecration-of-shinnecock-hills Se ...  Show more

Writing Indigene(ING) With Trace Hentz

This podcast in from the Moccasin Tracks broadcast January 18, 2019 on WRUV FM Burlington. A college radio station from University of Vermont. Opening with music by Crazy Flute, we introduce Trace Hentz, an award winning journalist that has recently published Mental Midgets- Musq ...  Show more