With: Drew Lopenzina (Old Dominion University)
William Apess of the Pequot Indian Tribe has been called the Native American Frederick Douglass. Through an Indian’s Looking-Glass, tells the story of how Apess challenged the dominant power structure of his day using pen, pulpit, and protest.
With: Joe Jackson (Old Dominion University)
We talk to the biographer of Black Elk, the Indian visionary and spiritual leader who was born in 1863 and died at Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.
With: Kevin Finney
Foraging expert Kevin Finney worries that many Native recipes have been erased from history and urges people to buy not just local food, but local Native food.
With: Catriona Rueda Esquibel (San Francisco State University)
A cookbook that ditches the fast food culture by promoting Mexican dishes that are healthy and rich in plants indigenous to the Americas like corn, beans, squash, greens, herbs, and seeds.