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This should be mandatory listening for all Americans. I feel like I’ve learned so much listening to the this podcast and also feel outraged at the way the US continues to try to dismantle tribal nations
As a white person with a political science degree, I’ve studied American history and government extensively. I was shocked, and moved, and awoken by this. A must listen for every American. Beautifully produced and compelling told, thank you for bringing voice to this topic and educating me.
Listen to This Land. Learn something about today’s Indian country and the challenges and hardships they continue to face.
The narrator made this incredibly boring .
I cannot hype this podcast enough. Rebecca Nagle takes us on an incredible journey and is dispelling stereotypes and myths about indigenous people at every turn. Not only did I learn about an incredible case, I shifted some views I wasn’t aware I even had about indigenous lives in the US. Thank you Rebecca and your team for putting this together and I cannot wait for more episodes
I am listening with full attention. It's a complicated story, but a fascinating. I have to admit that I am ashamed of what the white man did to these native people. I'm grateful my family being busy in its own genocide in Ireland, so not directly related. But I am Canadian and we have our own problems here.
Native Americans are an oft-forgotten group, with ongoing slights from all directions. Having grown up in OK, it’s an engineered misconception that Natives and their rights are highly respected and valued. Not so. And the State of OK, with its dependency on the oil and gas industry, is THE culprit in this case; a fact unbeknownst to most Oklahomans. I have native family that are ignorant to the reality of their actual position in the eyes of the State and Federal gov’t, so this podcast is a MUST to educate and open the eyes of the general public.
I learned nearly none of this in school growing up in the Detroit area. When I went to college in Minneapolis I encountered Native American people and culture for the first time and learned bits and pieces of what the podcast covers, but never as in depth as where this podcast goes. Critical listening for every citizen of the USA.
Addictive, insightful, and possibly one of the most important podcasts to listen too.
Listened with tears streaming and fists clenched. So well done and my only question is what can I do to help?
Compelling. Moving. Frustrating. Sad. Essentially all the emotions. As an Australian the similarities to the history of our treatment of our First Peoples is overwhelming. Highly recommended listening.
Really enjoying the content but it does feel like there’s a lot of ads....
the dinosaurs only became extinct after Chuck Norris had a BBQ, for one
I’m really into this podcast, I’ve become more and more fascinated as it’s gone on, and the fact that it’s so current makes it that much more important and relevant. We should all know more about tribal land rights, wherever we’re from. Although it makes me really angry, I have hope that journalism like this will raise awareness for the good. GB
This program is not only for those interested in history or legal considerations, but maybe even more so for anyone who wonders about how we live together as people with our different and often difficult and acrimonious cultural histories, how we respect each other and each other’s freedom, how we can see each life as free and prioritise another person’s (cultural) history and aspirations of liberty above the interests of industry and commerce and those with wealth and power. GB
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
Imagination is the highest kite one can fly.