Kira welcomes Brian Yazzie from The Sioux Chef to the Bridge for a discussion about Food Sovereignty, Indigenous Cusine and Indigenous Resistance.
Kira welcomes International Indigenous Youth Council member, Trenton to the Bridge for a discusion about his time at Standing Rock and the projects he is involved in now.
Kira welcomes camp chef, Josh Michener, for a conversation about his rainbow family and his experiences at Standing Rock as well as his impressions of the differences and similarities between the two camps. Kira also welcomes back Alisha Ali Vincent for a conversation about the resistance movement and her observations about the similarities and differences between the Standing Rock and Two Rivers. Alisha invited suprise guest, local rancher, Brandt Buchanan, to inform listeners about the battle faced by local land owners and local wildlife.
Kira speaks to members of the IIIYC: Ta’Sina Sapa Win, Topa Asumpi, Thomas Lopez, Kristina Elote, Jacquelyn Córdoba and Lauren Howland about their experiences at Standing Rock and their latest #DOPE (Decolonization of People Everywhere) campaign.
Kira gives a brief rundown of the week’s events at Standing Rock. Then she welcomes Eddie Thornton, UK water protector who particiated in a successful, non-violent, direct action to prevent fracking in Lancashire, UK. Eddie and Kira, together, articulate the spiritual underpinnings of the movement to stop fracking, worldwide.
Kira welcomes Varushka Franceschi, James Cromwell and Pramilla Malick to the Bridge for a discussion about the importance of fully understanding and accepting the extraordinary battle before us as we seek to eliminate the threat of fracking in our communities. A Crack in Everything seeks to help facilitate that full understanding.