Writings

WRITINGS

28 March 2017: Interview, “No DAPals” on Social Justice Warriors

23 March 2017: Interview with John Kane on “Let’s Talk Native” (WBAI, New York) [starts at minute 36]

24 February 2017“Indian Winter” Documents The End of Standing Rock-And The Determination To Fight On (with Vanessa Teran & Alex Pasternack, Fast Company)

1 February 2017: “Habiter Standing Rock” (with Shyam Khanna & Vanessa Teran, Littoral)

30 December 2016: Interview, “Spaces of Exception: Resilience in Prisons and on Reservations” on Kite Line Radio (WFHB, Bloomington)

27 December 2016: “Los guardianes del agua contra la serpiente negra: historia de Standing Rock” (with Shyam Khanna & Vanessa Teran, Alexia)

1 December 2016: Interview with John Kane on “Let’s Talk Native” (WBAI, New York)

19 November 2016: “Standing Rock: the story of a heroic resistance” (with Shyam Khanna & Vanessa Teran, ROAR)

3 November 2016: “Can’t Wait Forever” (Aviva Stahl, The New Inquiry)

14 January 2016: “A Palestinian-Native American Comparative Struggle” (Flora Mory, The Daily Star)

11 December 2015: “The Strength and Resilience of the Native and the Refugee” (Sara Moawad, Muftah)

3 December 2015: “The Native And The Refugee: Taking The Palestinian-Native American Analogy To The Big Screen” (Kareem Chehayeb, Beirut Syndrome)

2 July 2015: Interview with Irwin Oostindie on “W2 Media Mornings” (CFRO, Vancouver)

1 July 2015: Audio from “Reservations, Sovereignty, and Autonomy” (Voice of Palestine, Vancouver)

5 June 2015: Interview on “Off the Hour” (CKUT, Montreal)

5 May 2015: “US film about indigenous community links to Palestine reinserts “political narrative”” (Nora Barrows-Friedman, Electronic Intifada)

28 April 2015: Interview with Pamela Brown & Michael G. Haskins on “Morning Show” (WBAI, New York)

14 April 2015: Interview with Tiokasin Ghosthorse on “First Voices Indigenous Radio” (WPKN/WBAI, Bridgeport/New York)

12 April 2015: ‘We love being Lakota’: native autonomy in Pine Ridge (ROAR)

27 February 2015: “A Portrait of the Last Refugees” (Al Modon)