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S2E7: Chief Dwaine Perry on the Survival of Us All

Chief Dwaine Perry of the Ramapough Lunaape Nation joins us to touch on a variety of issues. He shares about how he sees Land Back not as a movement, but as a moral way of viewing the world, and how the stealing of land continues today. He also speaks about his people's collaboration with the Presbyterians in his area that goes back generations. We also hear about his effort to help stage a World Indigenous Folk Dance and Music Festival, which would invite people from all over the world to come together to put on a "global powwow." Chief Perry also shares about his passion for putting together places of learning for our children, how walking can be a form of prayer, and language revitalization efforts. Music by: Rick Mickey. Cover art by: Eli Yao @eli_yao_


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