Native and Indigeous folks march to protest the murder and the lack of police attention of native peoples
Photo provided by Dulcey Lima via Unsplash.

Native and Indigenous communities in the US have long borne the pain of gun violence, from mass shootings to high rates of suicide, firearms used in gender-based violence, and police violence. Yet, many in these communities find themselves cut off from the democratic processes that would allow them to bring about changes necessary for basic public safety.

To unpack a long history of mistreatment, firearms, and disenfranchisement--and the fight to get out the vote--Kelly and JJ are joined by Sikowis aka Christine Nobiss (Plains Cree/Saulteaux, George Gordon First Nation), a Decolonizer, co-chair, and founder with Great Plains Action Society.

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