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Black and Indigenous Solidarity with Lyla June

podcast December 31, 1969


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Two sisters from different cultural backgrounds discuss the beautiful ways in which Black and Indigenous struggles intersect and have the potential to strengthen one another. Lyla June, of the Diné (Navajo) Indigenous Nation and host of Nihizhi Podcast, speaks with Katina. They also have hard conversations about the tragic histories and contemporary ways these two demographics have not always supported each other. Ultimately the two sisters band together in renewed commitment to stand solidly together in their respective struggles for Black and Indigenous liberation.

www.nihizhi.com

www.BlackHistoryforWhitePeople.com

www.KatinaStoneButler.com

www.LylaJune.com

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