Indigenous Iowa on Umatilla Reservation Community Radio, KCUW 104.3 FM
June 15, 2017
Cindy Halfmoon interviews Christine Nobiss (Co-Founder of Indigenous Iowa, Little Creek Camp) Thomas Bettles and Belisa Ganuelas about environmental advocacy, the last stand of the Dakota Access Pipeline, Renewable Energy, Meth in Mission and lots, lots more. Check it out and SHARE!
The Dakota Access Pipeline Struggle with co-host Jacqueline Keeler, and guests Christine Nobiss and Desiree Kane
June 6, 2017
Monthly co-host Jacqueline Keeler joins Paul Roland to lead this discussion looking at the aftermath (and continuation) of the massive movement to try to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, most prominently at Standing Rock, North Dakota. On the phone are Christine Nobiss and Desiree Kane.
Little Creek Camp Movement Grinnell
May 18, 2017
Thanks to Gabriel Eisen for putting together this amazing showcase of The Little Creek Camp Movement Grinnell, which is made up of a group of amazing university students that support the camp.
They’re back: Dakota pipeline protesters set up camp to back Iowa farmers
May 18, 2017
The People for Bernie Sanders interview with Christine Nobiss
March 21, 2017
Interview with Chris Truitt, Head Chef at Little Creek Camp
March 25, 2017
Activate Now correspondent, Ed Higgans, interviews Chris Truitt, long term Little Creek community member and professional chef of the humble kitchen.
Midwest Telegraph Weekly Podcast with Indigenous Iowa
July 12, 2017
Indigenous Iowa and Little Creek Camp founder Christine Nobiss talks about the work she is doing to protect the water in Iowa and all along the Dakota Access Pipeline which threatens the water supply of 18 million people. We discuss indigenous rights, abuse of eminent domain, Native/Black solidarity and other related issues.
DAPL Timber Still Sitting in Boone County, Iowa
January 27, 2017
Mark Edwards and Christine Nobiss speaking about the timber pile that DAPL has left sitting in Boone County. The timber is most likely not soaked in creosote, but we can not be %100 sure of that. We know it is treated, we just don't know with what.
Sage Sisters raise funds for Dakota Access Pipeline protests
December 31, 2016
"The Sage Sisters of Solidarity [Indigenous Iowa's sister organization] cooked buffalo stew and Indian tacos made with traditional frybread... to raise money for the cause that brought them together -- resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline..."
Why is Standing Rock Important?
December 12, 2016
A public forum featuring the voices of Meskwaki and indigenous peoples who have been involved in, or traveled to Standing Rock, North Dakota to protect our water and block the Dakota Access pipeline. Participants discuss their experiences, their understanding of the issues, and how this might impact the lives of others.
Raven Angel: She’s proud of her native kin at Standing Rock
December 9, 2016
Raven has attended several pipeline protests in this area, and she and her children carried protest banners with other Native Americans in the University of Iowa's homecoming parade. She still follows some of the old ways, knows prayers and songs in the Lakota language, and supports the message of her people.
Rectifying Injustice: The Purpose & Impact of Protesting in America
November 28, 2016
Ben Kieffer, from River to River, talks with Christine Nobiss, founder and co-chair of Indigenous Iowa, who joins the show live from the Standing Rock Reservation and Boone County Sheriff Gregg Elsberry among other experts on protests.
Discussion on DAPL Pipeline at UIOWA met with Resitance
October 14, 2016
“They didn’t go through Bismarck because it’s a white town,” Nobiss said. “They went next to the reservation, because that’s what always happens.” [Christine] Nobiss said she is doing her best to advocate for the rights of indigenous people. “We’re trying to coalesce the native voice here,” she said. “The indigenous voice in Iowa needs to be heard about this pipeline because there are sacred sites here, too.”
UI Native American Students Speak About Columbus Day and Pipeline
October 10, 2016
Dawson Davenport, co-chair of the Native American Students Association says it's time to look at how we affect the world. "It's important to look at what we do as native people. By living off the land and by using nature," he said. "We have everything that we need provided by mother nature, and we don't need to destroy it."
Dawson Davenport on: Near Standing Rock, pipeline protest meets a spiritual movement
October 8, 2016
“Once you’ve been there, it’s all you think about,” said Dawson Davenport, a 36-year-old University of Iowa student. Davenport, a member of the Meskwaki tribe in Tama, drove more than 10 hours to the North Dakota camp for a weekend in September. The gathering was unlike anything he’s ever seen before. It hurt to leave.
The Season of Resistance, by Christine Nobiss
October 4, 2016
There are three “holidays” in particular that make this false representation particularity blatant: Columbus Day, Halloween and Thanksgiving. From the second Monday of October to the fourth Thursday in November, Native Americans are hammered with a barrage of racially offensive, culturally inappropriate and historically inaccurate inculcations.
NoDAPL Pipeline Activists Meet to Discuss the Cause
September 27, 2016
“Make your voice heard. It’s one of the most important things that we have as citizens of this country, our right to be heard, our right to stand up for things,”
- Dawson Davenport
“There are 14,000 Native Americans living in Iowa right now, and my goal is to get a collective voice together of these natives,” - Christine Nobiss
Your guide to understanding the Dakota Access Pipeline
September 22, 2016
With protests and actions in North Dakota and in the Iowa counties of Boone and Lee, advocates of First Nations, environmental activists and libertarian opponents of eminent domain have made their voices heard, and have united under a common banner in opposition of the Dakota Access Pipeline project. Article featuring Christine Nobiss.
Activate Now with Eddie Simpson on Iowa Utilities Board Corruption
June 9, 2019
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