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Former gubernatorial candidate and current CEO of the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy, Joe Dorman, comes to talk with Them Damn NDNs about what the OICA actually does, and what they want to accomplish.
Providing a platform for our listeners to submit questions on-line, this brand new show will feature lawyers from the Oklahoma Indian Legal Services answering questions that were submitted. Airs every Sunday at 12:30 p.m. only on Talkjive.org
Kace Rodwell, an Equal Justice Works Fellow for Oklahoma Indian Legal Services, talks with Thomas about her background, ICW (Indian Child Welfare) Act, and what's going on in the court systems right now.
Recorded a little early, the guys discuss the first round of Oklahoma State Playoffs, the big schools. *Disclaimer Congratulations the the Anadarko Lady Warriors on winning the State Championship* They also talk OU basketball and Thunder basketball.
Dr. Tonnia Anderson, Asst. Prof. of History and American Studies at USAO, speaks with Kellie and Thomas about the Dr. Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Center for Social Justice and Racial Healing, and the Anita Hill Gala.
Donna Richey, owner of Better Spirits Liquor store in Anadarko, OK, and a group of rotating guests, teach Them Damn NDNs about how to enjoy alcoholic beverages by pairing them with food or preparing them correctly.
Thomas speaks with Raquel Ramos, Prevention Specialist for Tradition Not Addiction, and founder of N8v Generation youth group, about the science of prevention, what these programs do, and how she got started in prevention.
Thomas talks with Erick Hernandez (CEO), Travis Guest (Sr. Advisor), and Colby Powell (CFO) of New Leaf Medicinals in Chickasha, OK, about how the company got started, medicinal marijuana products, and what their company offers.
Thomas speaks with Riverside Indian School's Head Girl's Basketball Coach James Kelley, about the upcoming season, his relationship with Coach Doug Schumpert, and the unique issues that come with coaching at one of the few Indian Boarding Schools still functioning today.
Thomas talks to Tulsa Central High School's assistant football coach, assistant track coach, and Special Education teacher Hyde Toppah, about the Braves season, why he chose Special Education, and the other roles coaches play in kids' lives, outside of athletics.
American Indian US Army Veteran Phillip Roybal discusses his time with he 82nd Airborne, Green Berets, what it means to be an American Indian Veteran, and the effects his service has had on his personal life.
Darian Townsend, of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation's Domestic Abuse Program "House of Hope", discusses the services offered by the program, and general information about the prevention, intervention, and postvention of Domestic Abuse. (cont.)
Darian Townsend, of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation's Domestic Abuse Program "House of Hope", discusses the services offered by the program, and general information about the prevention, intervention, and postvention of Domestic Abuse.
Dylan had the chance to sit down with Anadarko varsity football first year Head Coach Chris Paddlety to talk a little Anadarko Warrior football a week before the regular season kicked off. Recorded on August 17, 2018.