RLM News Show Podcast Blog – January 09, 2014

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January 09, 2014

CME Slams Earth
NASA Announces Incoming CME Likely to Cause a Geomagnetic Storm

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SHOCKER ~ IMF Says Collapse Likely

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Links to other Important Stories I didn’t have time to cover on the show


“This Officer Who Shot My Son HE NEEDS TO DIE The Way My Son Died”

“This Officer Who Shot My Son HE NEEDS TO DIE The Way My Son Died”


[300] Pine Ridge Reservation Part I: Where Despair Meets Hope

EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks about her trip to Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota, home to the Oglala Sioux tribe, a subset of the Lakota people and the second poorest county in the US. She first explores the notion of democratic governance by indigenous people centuries before western colonization and how the idea applies to the Lakota Sioux today. Abby than features a report from BTS producer Cody Snell about the tribe’s vote to legalize alcohol on the reservation this past August and the implications prohibition has right now for both Pine Ridge and Whiteclay, Nebraska, a border town profiting immensely from the ban. Abby then remarks on the legacy of Leonard Peltier, a Lakota activist given two life sentences for the murder of two federal agents, despite the lack of evidence connecting him to the crime. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with Yvonne ‘Tiny’ DeCory, coordinator for the BEAR program, a self-sufficient organization that builds children’s self-confidence through workshop and theatre in an effort to spread awareness and combat the sky high suicide rate plaguing Pine Ridge’s youth.


[301] Pine Ridge Reservation Part II: From Broken Treaties to Future Sustainability

EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin discusses the history of the Black Hills in South Dakota, the US governments seizure of the land and subsequent offer of $1 Billion to the Sioux tribe, which they refuse to accept. Abby then speaks with Floyd Looks for Buffalo Hand, Headsman of the Sioux Nation Treaty Council about Christianity’s role in the destruction of native culture and what the concept of treaty means to his people. BTS wraps up the show with an exclusive interview with Henry Red Cloud, the great-great grandson of Chief Red Cloud, the only Native American to ever defeat the US Army in a war. They talk about Henry’s efforts to bring renewable energy to Pine Ridge, and what his great-great grandfather would think of the reservation today.


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