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Really fascinating and important topic, which I would like to learn more about. But the host is both incredibly biased and often difficult to follow. I find myself getting lost in the unclear narrative and I keep having to rewind and listen again.
Tom from New Mexico
I have been enjoying the podcast. Both the history of Cherokee Nation and legal questions are fascinating. But very disappointed the author could not resist making a political attack against President Trump. Not a Trump fan, but not necessary to politicize the podcast in that way.
Native American history is white washed and they are still being harmed by the US Government. This excellet podcast gives a crash course in history and the impact it is still having today.
Interesting podcast but keeps calling aboriginal/first nations people Indians (very offensive and derogatory term towards aboriginal/first nations people)??? If the podcast is supposed to about awareness and fighting for aboriginal/first nations people I don’t understand why she keeps using derogatory language.
One episode in and I am hooked. Excellent reporting about an major Supreme Court case that is not being as widely covered as it should be. Very interested to hear more.
The initial episode is exceptional. Thoroughly researched, and beautifully and lyrically told. This is required listening.
Well-presented and packed with important, eye-opening information re: the very, very uneven consideration of Native American rights (and capabilities) within federal and state courts.
So far, this is an excellent podcast. It’s a great combination of obscure American history and an important and interesting current Supreme Court case. The podcast does a great job of using the modern crime genre to highlight often-ignored American Indian history. Importantly, it is also one of the rare instances where Indians are able to share their own stories in their own words. Rebecca Nagle does an excellent job of narrating this podcast and representing Native history from an authentic and contemporary Native American point of view.
You’re only going to get one side of the story from this podcast. The editorial team does not make an honest effort to explain both sides of the case. For instance, why was RBG asking about tax law? What are those potential ramifications? Why did Other justices suggest that there might be turmoil? Explaining these arguments and offering a point by point refutation would have been more satisfying, interesting, and transparent.
Stopped listening after ep one - way too monotonous
A compelling, gripping account of inter-generational theft - beautifully told and import to share.
It took Harry Potter 7 books to defeat Voldemort. It only took Chuck Norris 7 words.
A brilliant podcast on a fascinating topic that is well delivered. I’m looking forward to the rest of the series. The only reason this isn’t 5 star is that the ad break was way too long for the length of pod. Four long ads (that take over 5 mins) in the middle of a 30 min podcast is too much. Rein in the instinct to chase profit and focus on the high quality content GB
I can’t believe how ignorant I was of so many of the issues discussed in this pod. I can’t wait for the next ep GB
Interesting pod, talking about something I had not even heard about, which seems an important topic too. I look forward to the next episodes. GB
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