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Mohawk woman Kelly MacNaughton recounts her harrying experience of racism and colonialism at a Costco in Hamilton as she tried to have her Indigenous status recognized while shopping for a new phone. This audio interview was recorded on Thursday, July 7th.
Kelly MacNaughton, a Mohawk business woman from Six Nations speaks about the implications of Operation MYGALE, and what she thinks will be next for the Tobacco Industry at Six Nations.
Kelly MacNaughton, a Mohawk business woman from Six Nations who has long been involved in the Indigenous tobacco industry speaks talks about the implications of Operation MYGALE and the relationship is between the crackdown on Indigenous tobacco and the suicide crisis in Attawapiskat.
In June of 2015, Rhonda Martin is joined by two owners of the Two Row Times, Kelly MacNaughton and Tom Keefer, and writer Heather Gingrich, to talk about recent going ons at the paper, the largest circulation weekly Native newspaper on Turtle Island.
Roger Montour comes by the office to talk with Kelly and Tom about solutions to the suicide epidemic that is affecting so many indigenous children today.
Sitting the back office, Kelly and Tom discuss the clan system, the Kayenere:kowa and indigenous media today.
Kelly and Tom talk about Donald Trump, the US elections, and the politics of genocide.
With war and rumours of war spreading across the world, Kelly and Tom talk about economic collapse, the situation in Greece, and the general sense of crisis that pervades the present moment.
Kelly and Tom introduce their podcast and themselves.
John Kane is a Mohawk man from Kahnawake who lives in Cattargus, Seneca Territory. 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 his Radio Show: "Let's…