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Back from the dead! The Breakdances crew gets on the line with Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors to talk the movement, her struggles and challenges, the intersections of Native movements and BLM, the theft of Manhattan Beach and more!The Soundcasting Network による
 
The gang is here with the second of three episodes that got held up by the Rona, and they've got Dr. Sarah Knife Chief on the line to talk Covid-19, facts, myths, things to be aware of in this new way of being. Don't listen to your friend on Facebook, listen to the doctor. Plus, the crew digs into Tiger King, because what would life be without a bu…
 
It's kinda crazy out there, but there are glimmers of hope, there is good news. Part of that good news is that the Navajo Nation is stepping up and fighting hard against the Rona, we're joined by two of the Native women on the frontline of battle against the corona virus!The Soundcasting Network による
 
With Rona effing up everybody's life, the crew finally gets the first of 3 episodes out after some delays. It's just a convo about life in the new reality, how to deal, how to live, what to do and not do, plus some very rare, and we mean really rare, words of praise for an elected official in Washington state.…
 
Gyasi and the crew welcome Amber Hayward of the Puyallup Tribe to the show to talk about her work rescuing Native languages from extinction. Not your everyday convo, this is about the fundamentals of our cultural survival.The Soundcasting Network による
 
The crew is back with poet, artist and writer Storme Webber, dissecting the news, the corona virus outbreak, the Boy Scouts going broke and the structures around abuse, and get a few dope pieces out of Storme!The Soundcasting Network による
 
It's Black History Month, and the crew are focused on that intersection of Black and Native heritage that so many of us have. To help the convo along we're joined by Winona Stevens and Ean McCants. Plus we got thoughts on Kobe, love spells, Erykah Badu's new fragrance and a couple other surprises.The Soundcasting Network による
 
Gyasi, Minty and Wes are joined by the only (real) Native running for President this cycle, the Navajo nation's Mark Charles. He's on the line, talking the Doctrine of Discovery, Conciliation, de-centering whiteness, his strategy in the election and a lot more!The Soundcasting Network による
 
We're back for the new year with another chapter in our discussion of Natives and racism. This time we're speaking with attorney Gabe Galanda, who has made a career out of fighting for and on Native issues surrounding Native identity and rights.The Soundcasting Network による
 
With the acceptance of Breakdances With Wolves as a presenter at the SXSW Festival in Austin, the crew is taking time to talk about what it means to have Natives with the freedom to tell their own stories in their own ways, what it means to have the ability to own a narrative. This is what lies at the heart of BDWW. We hope you enjoy.…
 
Wes is in the big chair tonight with Gyasi and Minty out of commission, and he's brought Matt Remle of Last Real Indians in to talk about the victory Matt helped win to get Licton Springs declared a landmark and how reclaiming sacred spaces and introducing younger generations of Natives to their stories and histories is happening, right now!…
 
Gyasi and the gang are joined by Christina Roberts of Seattle University for a discussion about the thorny issue of whether Natives, given the legal precedents, can experience racism the way we've come to define the term. With all the language and contextual considerations, the answer isn't as easy as you might think..…
 
The Pronoun discussion continues on BDWW! This time we’re speaking with Hank Cooper and Raven Two Feathers, two natives who have stepped “outside of the binary” to embrace their own truths about who they are. Take a deeper dive into why people now feel so strongly about how they identify on the gender spectrum.…
 
Gyasi and the crew are joined by Dr. Twyla Baker. Dr. Baker is the President of Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish (Tribal) College in New Town, North Dakota and she's joining the show to help facilitate and provide insight into the emerging new norms around gender pronouns and how it relates to Native culture and modern social practices.…
 
With Gyasi off the grid, Minty takes the reigns and her and Wes welcome former Mayoral candidate, boxer, poet, lawyer and general baddie Nikita Oliver to the show. They dig into Chile's 9/11, the Dior+Johnny Depp+Culture Vulturing trainwreck, and a few things they're feeling! Plus Mama Mint Diva's Birthday!!!…
 
With legal proceedings proceeding, Gyasi sits down with Willie Frank Jr., Instagram Fran & Patrick DePoe to talk the fight for indigenous fishing rights and the legal battle being fought to preserve and protect part of the foundation of PNW Native culture.The Soundcasting Network による
 
This show is all about hip hop. From the beginning BDWW and the hosts have all been influenced and shaped by hip hop. This is a deeper look into how one culture influenced another and helped create something exceptional. Along with personal stories about how the music impacted our hosts, we have some super, super dope stories from Minty about her e…
 
We're joined by special guest cohost Racheal Heaton for a wide-ranging discussion with Makah Tribal Council member Patrick DePoe about treaties, whaling, the reality of tribal whaling in terms of numbers and impact, and all the dirty, dirty ish that's happened when interlopers have tried to stop it.The Soundcasting Network による
 
The crew is all here with special guest Sandy Restrepo of Colectiva Legal del Puebla and immigrants rights and resistance organization in South Seattle that is fighting against ICE's dirty tactics and helping relocate and assist those in need. From the history of ICE and how the government approach has changed and gotten worse, to some of the anti-…
 
The gang is in studio with a laundry list of topics this week. First off we're talking pop culture dealbreakers when your dealing with potential romantic partners, then it's on to the debates where we heard some firsts, and then of course we're running down our 3 Things this week! Dig in!The Soundcasting Network による
 
As a follow up to our Father's Day episode, we're tackling an often painful subject discussing fatherhood philosophies, absentee fathers, how to educate, how to heal, and our own personal histories dealing with one of the most important relationships in our lives.The Soundcasting Network による
 
The crew is in studio and on the horn with Pua Case, one of the elders fighting the construction new telescope on Indigenous lands in Hawaii. It's a lesson in persistence, belief and resilience in the face of overwhelming odds.The Soundcasting Network による
 
With a fierceness all their own, the Womxn have taken the studio and are about to explain a few things about abortion. There will be no male opinions in this discussion. We're covering the effery in Alabama, our own experiences with abortion and a lot more. It's serious. It's important.The Soundcasting Network による
 
Happy Father's Day! We know there are unique stories and challenges that come with fatherhood, especially in Native communities. We're here with the homie Rachel Heaton and we have some of those unique stories and perspectives on the show today.The Soundcasting Network による
 
The gang sits down to ponder the inexplicable: how a man guilty of all sorts of heinous ish is walking around a free man, while another two men, are still sitting in prison for things that, on the balance, are not anywhere nearly as awful.The Soundcasting Network による
 
Part 2 of a civilized conversation between people who are at philosophical odds with each other. Wes & Gyasi are joined by politico Nicole Willis and New Mexico Senate candidate Gavin Clarkson (R). From why Reagan deserves another look, abortion rights, economic empowerment and more, it's an engaging talk with some very sharp people.…
 
Gyasi and Wes are joined by politico Nicole Willis and New Mexico Senate candidate Gavin Clarkson (R), to do something rarer and rarer, these days: have a civilized conversation between people who are at philosophical odds with each other. From why Reagan deserves another look, abortion rights, economic empowerment and more, it's an engaging talk w…
 
With Minty off being fabulous in other parts of existence, Randy "The Snack" Tippins jumps on the mic with Gyasi and Wes to talk recently passed John Singleton, movies, remakes and the swirling controversy around Facebook, censorship and why Native folks should be worried when white people get banned on the internet.…
 
With Gyasi on the other end of a phone line, Minty and Wes storm the studio and take that ish over to lead a discussion about the death penalty in the wake of the execution of one of the men who brutally murdered James Byrd.The Soundcasting Network による
 
Gyasi and Wes sit down with Dr. Sarah Knife Chief to talk the facts, the myths, the legends and the truths around the vax/anti-vax debate. Whatever you think those might be, tune and you'll probably pick up a few new things. Engaging and educational, we're doing it big.The Soundcasting Network による
 
In the wake of more tragic deaths of Native family at the hands of the non-Native police forces, Gyasi and Wes sit down with Adrianne Chalepah and Tim Reynon to have one of the most powerful and painful conversations ever on this show. It's a deep dive into police misconduct when it comes to Natives and the victims of police violence.…
 
With Minty out on a quick break, Gyasi and Wesley are joined by the casually fabulous Rachel Heaton to talk R. Kelly and the weird dynamic there, her third go round with motherhood, the challenges of parenting and of course, Three Things. Dig in, it's a beautiful thing!The Soundcasting Network による
 
With Gyasi on the line from a secret mission out of town, Minty takes control like Janet and rocks the BDWW studios with Wes. They're taking on Cohen, the complicated personal politics of canceling artists, R. Kelly being trash and Black Magic at the Oscars!The Soundcasting Network による
 
The gang is back and the studio is packed! Gyasi, Minty & Wes are sitting down with Ean McCants a Chickasaw Freedman to discuss the diversity around Black & Native identities, Natives and slavery, and other under-discussed issues. Plus we got some Jussie Smollett thoughts!The Soundcasting Network による
 
Gyasi and Wes are joined by Last Real Indians' Matt Remle and force of nature Rabecca Nagle to talk about Liz Warren, Native internal politics, media representation and controlling the narrative! It's a deep dive into how Natives can take control of their stories and their future.The Soundcasting Network による
 
The gang is back in the building and they have the place all to themselves, it's a deeper dive into three stories that together paint a picture of what's wrong with in our darkest corners and what lights are shining a way out: Cyntoia Brown, R. Kelly and the newly elected Native Women in the Congress of the United States. Plus those three things we…
 
The recent assault of a Native American high school student in Albuquerque that ended with his hair being forcibly cut hasn't raised as much notice in mainstream media, or resulted in the sanctions one might expect. Gyasi and the gang are joined by attorney Leon Howard to discuss the case and the inexcusable inaction around it.…
 
Gyasi and Wes are blessed once again with the presence of the wonderful Mama Mint Diva, who back from here east coast tour, has a lot to say. Which is good, because on today's menu are Kevin Hart's boneheaded stunts, Christmas and few things we're feelin'.The Soundcasting Network による
 
Aaaaaaay! We did a show live at South Seattle College. Not all the audio went as planned (we blame our token white dude), but what we do have is a little bit about who we are, what we do, and the things in life that have us feeling good. Plus if you stick around 'til the end, we have some dope music from Anthony Bluehorse. Dig in family, we do this…
 
Gyasi and Wes are joined by the funny, sweet and amazing Elaine Miles, an actress known for roles in TV's Northern Exposure and Smoke Signals among a lot of other stuff. It's an amazing conversation about chance, opportunity and life in the entertainment world.The Soundcasting Network による
 
Gyasi and Wes are joined by educator and activist Sarah Marie Ortiz and Triple OG Warrior Woman Nancy Shippentower to talk Native American Heritage Month, and whether or not it's something positive or just tokenism. Or maybe something else. Kick back and get a dose of Native magic.The Soundcasting Network による
 
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