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Bi Any Means Podcast #76: Indigenous People’s Rights with Taté Walker: My guest for today indigenous rights activist Taté Walker. According to her bio on Everyday Feminism, Taté is a Lakota storyteller, feminist activist, blogger, photographer, and social services professional who promotes cultural competency and...

Bi Any Means Podcast #76: Indigenous People’s Rights with Taté Walker: My guest for today indigenous rights activist Taté Walker. According to her bio on Everyday Feminism, Taté is a Lakota storyteller, feminist activist, blogger, photographer, and social services professional who promotes cultural competency and...

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Bi Any Means Podcast #76: Indigenous People’s Rights with Taté Walker: My guest for today indigenous rights activist Taté Walker. According to her bio on Everyday Feminism, Taté is a Lakota storyteller, feminist activist, blogger, photographer, and social services professional who promotes cultural competency and...

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Lungime:
54 minutes
Lansat:
Dec 1, 2016
Format:
Episodul Podcast

Descriere

My guest for today indigenous rights activist Taté Walker. According to her bio on Everyday Feminism, Taté is a Lakota storyteller, feminist activist, blogger, photographer, and social services professional who promotes cultural competency and inclusion for professionals in the workplace. Her experience includes more than 12 years as a professional multimedia journalist. She is the editor of Native Peoples magazine, which provides an international audience with fair and accurate representations of Indigenous perspectives and experiences in ways that educate, entertain and empower through journalistic storytelling. She also spent eight years within the social services sector in the fields of juvenile justice, civil rights, and youth and family advocacy. So today we’re going to talk about her background, issues facing indigenous people today, and why native peoples’ rights are humanist issues.

Links:
•Taté Walker’s website: http://www.jtatewalker.com/
•Taté on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MissusTWalker
•Atheist Nomads: http://www.atheistnomads.com/
•Secular Yakking: http://secularyakking.podbean.com/
•The Podunk Polymath: https://thepodunkpolymath.com/
•The Biskeptical Podcast: http://www.spreaker.com/show/the-biskeptical-podcast
•Dream Youth: http://dreamyouth.bandcamp.com
•Asher Silberman: http://www.ashersilberman.com/
•My Twitter: http://twitter.com/tmamone
•Bi Any Means on Twitter: http://twitter.com/bianymeanspod
•Bi Any Means on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bianymeanspodcast
•The Bi Any Means/Biskeptical Podcast Fans Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/179617892470906/
•Email: bianymeanspodcast@gmail.com
•Listener line: 410-690-3558
•My Patreon page: http://www.patreon.com/tmamone
•Bi Any Means Blog: http://freethoughtblogs.com/bianymeans/
Lansat:
Dec 1, 2016
Format:
Episodul Podcast