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Die besten Infocus Podcasts, die wir finden konnten (aktualisiert August 2020)
Die besten Infocus Podcasts, die wir finden konnten
Aktualisiert August 2020
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InFocus advances the latest news stories and puts them into perspective. Join host Melissa Ridgen as she puts the news viewers want to see “in focus”, providing in-depth analysis to give the ‘story behind the story’. Informational and educational, InFocus provides a detailed examination of the issues affecting our communities.
 
InFocus is a live, 30 minute monthly production, airing on WTIU and WFIU. Each show includes a panel of experts, discussing the proposed topic of the month. The focus of this program is to highlight issues or concerns in the state. Each show’s topic is carefully selected to provide useful information to the community, on upcoming policies, and important events. The show allows opportunity for in-depth discussion of topics in areas of the economy, education, and diversity. The goal of the sho ...
 
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On this week’s InFocus we have a panel of Indigenous physicians from across the country weighing in on the COVID-19 pandemic including Dr. Marlyn Cook from Misipawistik Cree Nation in Manitoba, Dr. Dan Cutfeet from Alert Bay in B.C., Dr. James Makokis from Kehewin Cree Nation in Alberta, Dr. Veronica McKinney from Northern Health Services in Saskat…
 
Imagine the COVID-19 pandemic meant you can't see your child any more. That's the reality for many parents whose children are in foster care. We'll talk to some including a couple who are charged with kidnapping their children from a supervised visit. They say because they were scared to leave their children in foster care during a pandemic.…
 
We're three weeks into our lockdown and while some of us are going squirrely others have found fun or productive ways to pass the time in isolation. Today we're putting coping with COVID InFocus. We've got some great stuff to share with you and we want to hear from you too - what are you doing to keep busy? What tips do you have for keeping the kid…
 
This April 1 episode of InFocus got appropriately foolish with some of the funniest Indigenous folks providing us with laughter. Guests included Ryan McMahon as Clarence Two Toes, rez-humor goddess Sherry McKay, the all-female all-Indigenous comedy troupe Manifest Destiny's Child, and up and coming comics Chad Anderson and Dakota Herbert. The laugh…
 
Imagine a perfect world where your medical care is equal parts cutting-edge modern medicine and traditional cultural care. Well it's happening. And there’s a new report in the Canadian Medical Association Journal discussing how it works, what the benefits are, and how it needs to reach more care facilities, nursing stations, clinics and urban hospi…
 
Ashleigh Cardinal is Cree from Goodfish Lake and has spent nine years working in the oil and gas industry. Victoria Redsun is Dene-Cree from Barren Lands who has spent much of her life fighting the oil and gas industry. Despite coming at it from different perspectives of the industry, both fear the effects that 14 work camps associated with the CGL…
 
APTN InFocus discussed the arrests, the media coverage, the racism, government reaction, and the broader issues in the Wet’suwet’en conflict. We were joined by Molly Wickham, the spokesperson for Gidimt’en Access Point; Ellis Ross, the Liberal MLA for Skeena in B.C. and a former Chief Councillor of the Haisla Nation; Dan David, a Mohawk journalist …
 
It’s a news story that’s fit for a Hollywood screenplay. A local news reporter infiltrates a hate group, finds at least one of the recruiters is a military reservist and shortly after he blows the lid off the story. Then the reservist vanishes only to surface five months later south of the border, caught up in an FBI sting involving a terrorist cel…
 
The question of who is eligible to be registered in a band – and who makes that decision is the focus of a short APTN News Perspectives series. Correspondent Tamara Pimentel spoke to families who have children that are not included on a band’s roll for one reason or another. There are other families who are having trouble registering their child wi…
 
After more than a decade of waiting after the residential school survivors were compensated for being forced into compensation, many Indian day school survivors can now apply for compensation. But Ottawa has deemed only half – about 700 schools – are eligible. The other half – some 680 schools, sanatoriums and other facilities – they said, weren’t …
 
During the past month, there has been a volley of shots fired back and forth between the Metis National Council and the presidents of the Metis Nation of Ontario, Metis Nation of Alberta, and Metis Nation-Saskatchewan. Also: The “historic new highs” of Indigenous people incarcerated in Canada’s prison system comes as no surprise to Indigenous peopl…
 
It was a movement like no other. Idle No More, it would be called, was a leaderless groundswell of opposition that some say had been simmering for a while when it finally came to a boil. In a sweeping, two-part documentary, producers, directors Tim Fontaine and Rick Harp look back on the movement; what triggered it, how it grew through social media…
 
In this episode of APTN InFocus: An Indigenous fire management expert is teaching traditional forest management practices to hopefully prevent a disaster like the Australia from happening here. And Dakota Elder and Sundance Chief Wanbdi Wakita talks about the warnings this world has ignored, but what we can do now to learn from the fires devastatin…
 
Lateral violence is violence and bullying directed against one’s own people or peer group and is prevalent in First Nation, Inuit and Metis communities. In this episode of APTN InFocus, we discuss why it happens and what we can do to stop it. In 1939, the Manitoba government and RM burned down the Metis community of Ste. Madeleine to make room for …
 
Sagkeeng First Nation beader Mish Daniels saw “her babies” make a TV appearance in front of millions who watch the U.S. morning talk show The View. Host and actor Whoopi Goldberg was wearing a red beaded jingle dress medallion on Monday’s show. She’d been gifted it during a chance run-in with MMIW advocate Connie Greyeyes. Golberg reportedly kept s…
 
In this episode of APTN InFocus: The province of Manitoba which has the highest rate of kids in foster care says it’s slowly changing the way the embattled system works. According to the province, there has been a 35 per cent reduction in birth alerts issued for moms and their newborns and an 18 per cent overall reduction in the number of child app…
 
There’s been a shift in language from global warming to climate change to climate crisis – the words people are using to talk about how humans are impacting the health of the planet have become more urgent. While there was a back and forth with the science for decades, scientists are almost unanimous now in saying climate trends over the past centu…
 
There’s little shock that Indigenous musicians are on the rise in number, reach and influence, but even long-time industry insiders had a bit of a jaw-drop when a new study revealed just how much the industry is contributing to Canada’s economy each year. The National Indigenous Music Impact Study is the first of its kind, and was undertaken by APT…
 
Canada has apologized to and compensated residential school survivors, and years later offered to settle with day school survivors, but thousands of former students remain excluded from both despite Canada’s insistence that it’s committed to truth and reconciliation. On this episode of APTN InFocus, we talk to residential school survivors and their…
 
Pipelines can be a boring and predictable back-and-forth between corporate interests and the activists that oppose them. But what happens when the issue is tackled using elaborate pranks and hoaxes on non-Indigenous people? That’s the tack of the satirical Indigenous Pipeline Council, whose members were guests on this episode of InFocus.…
 
It’s the time of year we all love a good scare and there is no shortage of legends in our communities that’ll do just that. We’re talking about little people — tiny pranksters who’ve inspired stories for millennia across Turtle Island. Sasquatch — the large hairy primitive-man-like forest and mountain dweller. Qalupalik — sea witches who steal chil…
 
Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, 25, is Nunavut’s new member of Parliament. She won for the New Democrats – the first time that party has won the seat since Nunavut became a territory 20 years ago. Qaqqaq has worked various government jobs in the territory including as an employment adviser and wellness specialist, but she’s also a well-known activist and public s…
 
It's a problem that doesn't go away, government after government, generation after generation. There's a housing crisis affecting too many First Nations and the problem exists off-reserve too. On this episode, we’re putting Housing Crunch InFocus. Is the problem getting worse? Getting better?Von APTN
 
On the season premiere of APTN InFocus: A Brandon Manitoba family, who is in a bitter battle with Michif CFS over their five-month-old infant son, says the system is unfairly rigged against families who are forced to comply with unreasonable demands like unwarranted supervised visits. They say if you try to fight back, you risk losing your child fo…
 
Indigenous voters showed up in record numbers in 2015, with several First Nations communities even running out of ballots temporarily. The result — a record 10 Indigenous MPs elected to the House of Commons –or three per cent of the 338 seats, which is proportional to the number of Indigenous adults who live in Canada. In our season finale, we put …
 
On this episode of InFocus: From the west coast to the Golden Horseshoe surrounding Toronto, there is evidence to suggest serial killers are hunting and disproportionately, Indigenous women and girls are their prey. And those serial killers likely number far more than the average person imagines. That’s according to Michael Arntfield, a Western Uni…
 
Every year, many communities across Turtle Island near rivers and lakes brace for the possibility of a spring flood. Often, traditional lands have become flood-prone from man-made dams or diversions or communities were moved onto flood plains by the Canadian government. For Little Saskatchewan First Nation on Lake St. Martin, 255 kilometres north o…
 
An average family of five people who have status cards could be more than $20,000 richer each year if treaty annuity payments were based on today’s land values. Currently, treaty people with status cards get $5 a year based on land values from the 1800s – that’s $20 if you’re a family of five. That and more on this episode of InFocus.…
 
In this episode of InFocus: Less than five per cent of the population in Canada is Indigenous, yet Indigenous men make up 28 per cent of those behind bar, Indigenous women 43 per cent and Indigenous youth 46 per cent. And while incarceration rates are on the decline for the general population, they’re trending upwards for Indigenous people.…
 
In this episode of InFocus: Clint Davis, the chair of the Labrador Capital Strategy Trust (LCST) says the issues facing Indigenous communities run so deep Ottawa alone will not be able to solve them. Davis says private investment will be needed too, if the economic outlook for Indigenous people is going to change. But not everyone agreed with Davis…
 
In this episode of InFocus: The phenomenon of hoarding skeletal remains and cultural artifacts of Inuit, Metis and First Nations by private collectors and institutions, flies in the face of reconciliation, say Indigenous leaders. Many of the items are stolen from graves and sacred sites. Others are found when land is disturbed during construction o…
 
It’s a scandal that has rocked the Liberal government for the past month. Canada’s first Indigenous attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould quit cabinet over what she says was pressure from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) to do favors for SNC-Lavalin, an engineering giant based in vote-rich Quebec that is facing bribery, fraud and corruption charge…
 
Land acknowledgements have been growing in popularity in the past 10 years to the point they’re now at most events or gatherings. But while they’re common, some question if they’re useful in reconciliation or simply superficial platitudes meant to give the illusion of honour and respect for Indigenous land and nations. That’s on this episode of InF…
 
With hunting and harvesting rights being attacked, and the cost of food going up, how are First Nation, Metis and Inuit people supposed to get back to traditional eating, or make healthy food choices on a tight budget? In this episode of InFocus with Host Melissa Ridgen, we looked at the move towards country food including plants and animals consum…
 
From mould to overcrowding, we're putting the housing crisis on First Nations InFocus. Cat Lake First Nation in northern Ontario has declared a state of emergency related to Jordan’s Principle due to mold in most homes in the community. According to officials in the community, three children have been medevacked out of the community over the past t…
 
This episode of InFocus was the last in a three-part series putting the child welfare system under the microscope. Natasha Reimer spent her entire life bounced from foster home to foster home when she was apprehended as a young girl from an unsafe home. While the system kept her separated from a mother who couldn’t parent, it also robbed her of a r…
 
On the second edition of a three-part series about child and family services (CFS) on InFocus, Host Melissa Ridgen talks with parents who found themselves targets of CFS agencies and how they beat or continue to fight they system. Stacy Owl lost her five children two years ago on the word of a tipster whom she had never met. A woman had called CFS …
 
Indigenous people live with a lot of harsh realities – poverty, inter-generational trauma, murdered and missing loved ones, suicide, racism, displacement, cultural loss. Satire can be a distraction and sometimes poking a serious issue with a funny stick, can raise awareness, start a conversation or make an important point. On this edition of InFocu…
 
Two spirit people have been a part of Indigenous culture long before settlers arrived in North America. Colonization brought many things with it, including a different foreign perspective on gender and sexuality. On this addition of InFocus, Host Melissa Ridgen chatted with drag queens – the Queen of the Oil Patch and the Master of the Jig – all of…
 
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