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Ka’nikonriyo Podcast

The Ka’nikonriyo (Good Mind) Podcast is hosted by Kelly MacNaughton and Tom Keefer. Each week the podcast covers issues and concerns of Onkwehon:we people and their allies, with a focus on current events and the big picture. Kelly MacNaughton belongs to the Mohawk Nation, Turtle Clan, from the Six Nations of the Grand River where she was born and raised and lives to this day. Kelly is the owner of Icky’s Tobacconist and Variety located on Sour Springs Rd. Tom Keefer is a non-native writer and editor who has worked in solidarity with Onkwehon:we struggles for the last decade. Kelly and Tom are both co-owners of the Two Row Times newspaper.

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WGO Podcast

Kanenhariyo is a Kanyenkehaka (Mohawk) man of the Tehana’karieneh family who is currently facing a $629,000 fine and six months in jail for transporting tobacco between Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory and Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.

Kanyenkehaka (Mohawk) people have used tobacco as both medicine and a trade good for millenia and have every right to transport it across their own territories without interference.

Kanenhariyo has launched a podcast called “What’s going on?” to tell his story and to explore the issue of the Canadian criminalization of Onkwehon:we tobacco production. Listen to or watch the podcast in order to learn more about Kanenhariyo’s legal situation, the movement to call upon Canada to respect and honor the Two Row Wampum and the Silver Covenant Chain, and to find out what’s going on with Onkwehon:we people today. You can support the efforts of the podcast by making a contribution at https://www.patreon.com/WhatsGoingOn.

 

Rhonda’s Show

 

Let’s Talk Native with John Kane

John Kane has spent most of his adult life fighting for Native sovereignty and advancing the lives of Native people. You can stay in touch with him through his Facebook group which is associated with my Radio Show: “Let’s Talk Native”.

John Kane hosted the only Native radio show in Western New York “Let’s Talk Native…with John Kane” which aired live on Sunday nights from 9 till 10 on WWKB 1520AM. Let’s Talk Native is no longer broadcasting over the airwaves but shows can also be heard as podcasts on the WNYMedia.net or on my blog  http://letstalknativepride.blogspot.com or through this portal on Real Peoples Media.