In the first hour, Host Tiokasin Ghosthorse talks about the cross-country journey of APACHE STRONGHOLD, which is a group of Apache people and others who are traveling from Arizona to the East Coast to raise awareness about the protection of their sacred sites and related issues of religious freedom, which in the words of the host, is "something that Native and Indigenous peoples are continually struggling to maintain."

Second half hour, Tiokasin talks with writer, visual artist and "spoken word performer" ALEX JACOBS Mohawk, who has written a series for Indian Country Today Media Network that discusses among other topics, slavery and revolution in the Americas of the early centuries following the Columbian Encounter and the impacts that are still being felt across Turtle Island as racism continues to be an issue for not only Native peoples but also for many others who are not of the dominant culture.

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