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Speakfaithfully Podcast Episode 5: The Walk for Change at UND with Dani Miller and Emmy Scott
Today’s episode focuses on the Walk for Change at UND, a Native American organized event that was created in response to a variety of racist and insensitive incidents at UND. At the end of the walk organizers put forward … Continue reading
The last several months and the last several years…
About the last several months… Last Summer I wrote three of what I consider to be the best and most honest pieces I have ever written. (They can be accessed here, here, and here) They were the fruit of a … Continue reading
A reminder for those of you still contemplating whether or not to join a #J11 rally tomorrow…
I’ll be attending the Los Angeles rally outside the Canadian consulate again and I invite anyone in the are to join me. The address is 550 South Hope St. and we will be going from noon to 3:00 pm. Now, … Continue reading
Pe’ Sla Fundraiser update and thanks!
Thank you to everyone who contributed to my birthday fundraiser for Pe’ Sla! I want to update everyone on what is going on in regards to Pe’ Sla, and how the fundraiser went. First, the Pe’ Sla land is not … Continue reading
How responsible am I for colonialism?: Why Kevin Gonzaga exists.
[Introduction: This is a several page post that I began writing as I wrestled with considering my personal responsibility in regards to European colonialism which “settled” the nation I grew up in. It ended up being about why I exists … Continue reading
Speakfaithfully’s Birthday Fundraiser: Raising support for Pe’Sla!
[TLDR Version: To support this: http://www.indiegogo.com/PeSla-LakotaHeartland I created this: http://www.facebook.com/events/418179661562608/ And am asking people to donate to this fund on my behalf instead of sending me presents or cards. If you help me raise $500, I will contribute $500 of my own … Continue reading
Filming Sundance: Tradition, technology, and journalism collide.
A few weeks ago I was invited to help at a sundance ceremony that was being organized and run by friends of mine in the Native American community. Sundance is a sacred ceremony common to a number of Native American … Continue reading →