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John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme is a sketch comedy series broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Finnemore is the sole writer and performs with Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Simon Kane, Lawry Lewin and Carrie Quinlan. The first series was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2011, and further series have followed annually.  The series contains sketches and character monologues, with only one major recurring character, a storyteller who narrates a tall tale in the last five minutes of most programmes, and who also ...
 
John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme is a sketch comedy series broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Finnemore is the sole writer and performs with Margaret Cabourn-Smith, Simon Kane, Lawry Lewin and Carrie Quinlan. The first series was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2011, and further series have followed annually. The series contains sketches and character monologues, with only one major recurring character, a storyteller who narrates a tall tale in the last five minutes of most programmes, and who also pr ...
 
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"Truth and reconciliation" are the current buzz words yet again for government officials tasked with fixing the broken relationships between indigenous people and the colonial governments that occupy their stolen land. In this episode, John address the elephant in the room when it comes to these types of "talks" between Native governments and feder…
 
Journalist, writer and documentary filmmaker Jay Rosenstein joins the show for a great conversation on the mascot debate and winning the war of appropriation. Jay is a retired professor of journalism and the director of "In Whose Honor?", a 1996 documentary that follows Charlene Teters as she campaigns against Chief Illiniwek, the University of Ill…
 
Dina Gilio-Whitaker joins John for this episode. Dina is an author, journalist, lecturer and adjunct professor of American Indian studies at California State University at San Marcos. Much of her work is focused on Native American studies, Decolonization and Environmental Justice.Closing song is "The Social" (feat. pHoenix Pagliacci) by DJ Shub.→→→…
 
Dr. Stephanie Fryberg joins John to discuss her work in researching the psychological harm caused by native mascots and the impact they have on children and teens. Dr. Fryberg is a Tulalip psychologist who received her Master's and Doctorate degrees from Stanford University and has spent most of her career researching and collecting data on how Nat…
 
Outgoing U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy Jr. recently sent a letter out to almost every native smoke shop on Seneca territories threatening to prosecute, fine, imprison and seize the assets of any native person living on a native territory found to be involved in the "illegal" manufacture, distribution or sale of "rollie" style cigarettes on native …
 
On this episode, Jeff Reina, an attorney from Buffalo, NY joins us to talk about a recent court case involving a million dollar fine levied against a Native wholesaler over the transportation of tobacco from one native territory to another. The case was recently tossed out based on an illegal search and seizure ruling after almost a decade long leg…
 
The new school board in Cambridge, NY has decided to double down on the use of their offensive Native mascot. On the very day the latest right-wing board member was sworn in, this new board with their pro-mascot majority made it their priority to rescind a previous resolution that ended the use of the mascot and made it clear that they will continu…
 
For several decades the male dominated power structure in Onondaga has tried to keep Haudenosaunee women out of lacrosse in order to maintain their dominance over the Iroquois Nationals men's lacrosse team. After facing pressure from lucrative sponsors and outside organizations to merge the two teams under one banner, a delegation from the men's te…
 
Well, it finally happened! The Cambridge New York Central School Board voted to retire their offensive Native mascot. The decision to finally hold the vote on the original resolution removing the mascot came after a week of embarrassing developments for the small New York community. Cambridge for Social Justice member Scott Carrino joins John for t…
 
On June 8, a high speed police pursuit ended in a fiery car wreck on the Cattaraugus territory of the Seneca Nation. The driver of one of the vehicles then took a female passenger hostage and a 3 hour stand-off began in the middle of the small Seneca community of Cattaraugus. In this episode, John provides some potential solutions to stopping these…
 
The recent discovery of 215 bodies at the Kamloops Residential School in British Columbia, Canada surprised everyone except Native people. For several decades survivors of these genocidal institutions have told stories of the abuse, neglect and violence that they experienced at these schools but the general public largely ignored them. In this epis…
 
In this episode John examines the double standard that's obvious to some and invisible to others when it comes to the topic of Native people in the national discourse on racial equality.Closing song is "Anishinabe" by SAMIAN. →→→→ Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/letstalknative ←←←←…
 
In this episode John is joined by Ed Schindler and Paul Winnie to discuss the differences between "environmentalists" and "land defenders" and how it all ties back to the concept of Seven Generations. Join John, Ed and Paul in a discussion on how the Native view of land and our responsibility to it is fundamentally at odds with how European settler…
 
In this episode we introduce a new format for the show and take a look at the Oka Crisis. After a year-long dispute over the expansion of a golf course between the city of Oka and the Mohawk community of Kanesatake, the Quebec provincial police stormed a barricade erected by the Mohawks to stop the expansion. What began as riot police tossing tear …
 
After the NYC Department of Education canceled Columbus Day and renamed it to Indigenous People's Day, white fragility was on full display when virtually every "Italian rights" organization across the state rallied to defend Christopher Columbus proclaiming him to be an Italian hero. White privilege and fragility is not always intentionally hurtful…
 
Carving out spaces to move through in order to avoid state authority is NOT the same things as asserting and establishing sovereignty. We need to do more than push back against the state, we need to see our fight all the way through to the end.→→→→ Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! www.patreon.com/letstalknative ←←←←…
 
After participating in a restorative justice healing circle for the mascot battle in the small town of Cambridge, NY, John reflects on the issue of "safe spaces." Specifically, how the discussion among the members of the Cambridge, NY community highlighted the lack of contemporary indigenous spaces and how that impacts Native people as we confront …
 
We interrupt are regularly scheduled programming to bring you a special release of "Resistance Radio with John and Regan" featuring historian and author Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz. Regan and John discuss her new book due out in August, "Not A Nation Of Immigrants" and her collaboration with Raoul Peck on the HBO mini-series, "Exterminate All The Brutes."…
 
Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum made the news recently after he delivered his racist American exceptionalism speech at a Young America's Foundation event on April 23, 2021. However, his moronic take on U.S. history has been shared by prominent politicians for the past two centuries. It is taught in schools, it is preached about in churches and it…
 
The U.S. Department of the Interior has finally responded to the Seneca Nation regarding their on-going battle with New York state over casino revenue sharing payments. It's time for the Senecas to start asking the BIG questions!→→→→ Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! www.patreon.com/letstalknative ←←←←…
 
John explores the long history of New York State screwing over Senecas. Even with unfettered access through Seneca land for their commerce the state still criminalizes Native businesses and extorts revenue from Seneca casinos.→→→→ Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! www.patreon.com/letstalknative ←←←←…
 
The widely accepted version of the history of the United States is filled with lies, half-truths, and complete fabrications in order to justify the heinous acts carried out on the indigenous population of this continent. Native mascots do not honor or "pay respects" to the indigenous population because the very foundation used to justify their cont…
 
After 40 years of tobacco sales on native territories New York state is still criminalizing native businesses. As one native wholesaler faces fines in excess of $1,000,000 for transporting native brands to native retailers, the state continues its legacy of racism against a people they cannot claim.→→→→ Like what you hear? Support the show on Patre…
 
Have Native communities become a part of the assimilation process? Police, churches and the governing systems implemented on most Native territories have no ties to our traditional forms leadership and conflict resolution. Very few people teach the true history of what happened to the Native population on this continent, and as a result of this kno…
 
Throughout history the use of metaphors in Native cultures has often been mischaracterized as proof of a broader spiritual or religious belief. European settlers used these mischaracterizations to cast us as primitive savages with pagan beliefs ready to be dominated. In reality the use of metaphors to describe our immediate surroundings and environ…
 
How can we learn about the history of colonialism, genocide, slavery and American imperialism and not feel a tremendous amount of anger? We must use our anger and outrage to drive our fight for change.→→→→ Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! www.patreon.com/letstalknative ←←←←بقلم John Kane
 
John discuses how allies and other Native people can get involved in social justice activism. Learn what you can do to help create spaces where Native activists can grow and effectively communicate their messages. Most importantly, John discusses what you should not do if you want to get involved and support Native and social justice activists.Like…
 
Line 3 is the next battle line for Native people fighting the extractive industries and fossil fuels. Enbridge plans to run this tar sands oil pipeline through treaty lands and the wild rice region of Minnesota.Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/letstalknativeبقلم John Kane
 
In a follow up to episode #522, Tiny DeCory and Eileen Janis join John to talk about the Bear Program and its suicide prevention outreach initiatives on the Pine Ridge territory. Beginning as a youth education group, the Bear Program shifted its focus to suicide prevention after a wave of teen suicides swept across Pine Ridge. Tiny and Eileen discu…
 
Documentary filmmaker Noel Bass joins the show to talk to John about his new documentary focusing on the catastrophic youth suicide epidemic affecting the Pine Ridge territory and the two women fighting back with limited resources to stem the tide of a mental health crisis.بقلم John Kane
 
The 31 billion dollars included in the most recent COVID-19 stimulus bill is not reparations and it's a long way from back-filling the gross under funding of the past. It doesn't make us "even" or anywhere near square with the debts and obligations that the U.S. government has fallen behind on. If you think this was a "gift" John is here to remind …
 
White supremacy is a force that has fostered tensions not only with white people but also within other marginalized peoples. Regardless of preferences, we need to check ourselves. There is no place for racism, bigotry and bias among and between other minority groups.Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/letstalkna…
 
Almost every social ill that plagues our territories is a direct result of poverty brought on by the large, systemic policy decisions of federal, state and tribal governments. Our young people are particularly affected by these social ills, and more often than not, deal with the direct consequences of these systemic issues every day. It's time for …
 
It's tough to talk about Women's History without addressing the contemporary issues faced by Native woman. Heroizing figures of our past is not really our way so for this Women’s History Month let’s talk about our women today and the threats they face!Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/letstalknative…
 
"Tone policing is one of many ways that dominant culture 'polices' people of color. It is often used – whether subconsciously or intentionally – to put this person 'back in their place.' It doesn’t just attempt to discredit what the person is saying. It implies that they are not worthy of the time and attention until they play by the rules of the o…
 
The Cambridge Central School Board of Education held a meeting on March 11, 2021 and found a way to not vote on their race-based mascot. For months the school board promoted their March meeting as the day for the vote, but in a surprise act of evasion, the school board opted to delay the vote until the end of the school year.Like what you hear? Sup…
 
Paul Delaronde (Tekarontake) joins John to discuss the formation of The Warrior Society. Starting from their humble origins as a male singing society touring native territories, all the way up to arming themselves and protecting various native communities when called upon. Join Paul and John as they discuss the formation, funding, organizing, socia…
 
Paul Delaronde (Tekarontake) joins John to discuss the formation of The Warrior Society. Starting from their humble origins as a male singing society touring native territories, all the way up to arming themselves and protecting various native communities when called upon. Join Paul and John as they discuss the formation, funding, organizing, socia…
 
Can we hold faith, religion and churches responsible for the atrocities committed against our people? How do religious Native people reconcile the atrocities of the past with their current indoctrination and complicity in our oppression while simultaneously declaring themselves to be followers of the Christian faith? Like what you hear? Support the…
 
With all legal remedies exhausted, the Seneca Nation is preparing to cut a check to New York state for over four hundred million dollars. Only one option remains but will they press the new leadership at the Interior Department for a solution? John breaks down the three questions the Senecas should demand answers to.Check out John's in-depth explan…
 
As John's fight to end the use of a race based mascot at his old high school heats up some are trying to call out criminal charges from 30 years ago in an attempt to discredited John and his message. It's time for John to tell his story.Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/letstalknative…
 
We cannot be silent because silence is complicity but we need to proceed in a way that discourages some on the edge from digging in further and entrenching themselves in racist beliefs.Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/letstalknativeبقلم John Kane
 
Who are "Native Americans?" Are they distinct and autonomous? Have they become part of the American subculture? Are they slowly losing their culture and identity as the systems of oppression and assimilation grind them into dust?Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/letstalknative…
 
The U.S. launched its assimilation program in 1819. Residential schools would follow from Lincoln all the way to Kennedy and throughout the civil rights movement.Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/letstalknativeبقلم John Kane
 
We cannot view the events of history in a vacuum. We have to put the tragic events of our history in to context. Who was the sitting president? What else was happening in the US and the rest of the world while massacres and land left was occurring?Like what you hear? Support the show on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/letstalknative…
 
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