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Ep. 79: Meet the MEDIA INDIGENA Roundtable

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Ep. 79: Meet the MEDIA INDIGENA Roundtable

MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program

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This week’s Indigenous roundtable gets up close and personal with the people behind the show. As long-time listeners know, we at the podcast have brought you a wealth of voices on a variety of topics, week after week. But, as of this very episode, we’re pleased to announce a shift to a more permanent roster: joining host/producer Rick Harp are Brock Pitawanakwat, Ken Williams, Kim Tallbear and Taté Walker.

So, exactly who are these people? And if they’re gonna be roundtable regulars, shouldn’t we know a bit more about them first? Answering those questions is what this episode is all about. // Our theme is ‘nesting’ by birocratic.

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