The Red Man Laughing Podcast is the flagship podcast of the Indian & Cowboy Media Network and features Anishinaabe/Metis comedian Ryan McMahon. Each week, Ryan sits down with some of the worlds leading Indigenous Ass-Kickers, Cultural leaders, artists, thinkers & do'ers in full length, featured chats and they explore the good, the bad & the ugly between Indian Country & the mainstream.
SEASON 6 OF RED MAN Laughing IS HERE!
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we bring you to Anishinaabe Wild Rice harvester, James Whetung's Manoomin Camp to hear about his commitment to ricing, his inherent right to do so and we investigate the brewing conflict between Indigenous rights and cottage country.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing, Ryan sits down with the gentlemen from, “The Skoden Chronicles,” to talk decolonization, Indigenous masculinity, the trappings of art and community and more. Follow and subscribe to The Skoden Chronicles wherever you listen to podcasts.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing Ryan breaks some news on a few new projects in the works and he shares his first piece for VICE Canada, Canada 2167 - Indigenous Nationhood. We also hear a new track from Nehiyawak, an up and coming rock/blue band from Treaty 6 territory. Hear more Nehiyawak on their Soundcloud page.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we talk with two Indigenous artists on different journeys - we sit down with Anishinaabe musician/artist, Dave Deleary and Anishinaabe actor/writer, Braiden Houle. Dave is a well established professional artist who helped build the Indigenous entertainment scene into what it is today, Braiden is an emerging artist just starting his career in that very scene!
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we sit down and have a full length featured chat with Colonization Road director and Executive Producer, Michelle St. John. In this chat we talk about the making of the film, the real effects colonialism has on Indigenous Peoples and the anticipated reaction to the film.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we take you to the Gichi Dewin Storytellers Festival in beautiful Wasauksing territory near Parry Sound, ON. The call for reconciliation & Canada's 150th brithday, presents Canadian's with an opportunity to listen to AND hear Indigenous voices - it's up to Canadian's to seek, find then amplify the voices that speak to them.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing, Ryan breaks down what to expect in Season 6 of the podcast, he announces some giveaways/contests to celebrate the new season, he rants about ugly babies and we hear music from World Hood, Mob Bounce &
LISTEN TO SEASON 5 - RECONCILIATION
We dedicated an entire season of Red Man Laughing to conversations, explorations and investigations into reconciliation. Season 5 of Red Man Laughing has garnered 150,000 downloads and is being listened to around the world by those interested in independent voices on the movement toward reconciliation in Canada.
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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Season 5 of the Red Man Laughing Podcast was dedicated entirely to conversations, investigations & disruptions about reconciliation in Canada. We have assembled the five most downloaded episodes of the season for those of you looking to get a taste of the work we did this past year.
Today we're proud to introduce "Reflections on Reconciliation." This mini-series will act as a supplement to the more produced & research heavy episodes we've been producing through season 5 and will simply open up our microphones to the community at large to have their voices heard in regards to reconciliation.
After 3 incredible seasons of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we've decided it's time to give back a little. The show has garnered strong support from Indian Country & the mainstream alike over the last 3 seasons and has become well known for its in depth interviews, support of emerging Indigenous artists & for it's biting, sharp & smart comedy style.
We want to share this work - so we're giving it away to YOU for FREE.
We're dedicating this entire season of the show to conversations & investigations into reconciliation. In 2015, there may be no bigger societal challenge more important than a pathway forward between Indigenous Peoples & Canadians.
Season 5 of Red Man Laughing will present interviews, panels, keynotes & other audio materials on reconciliation in hopes of helping to push this conversation forward.
It's here - Red Man Laughing S.5 has started and it promises to be the best season yet! We're launching our biggest season yet - complete with a schedule of live recordings, new partnerships and a new effort to bring listeners out to the field & into the communities/spaces we find ourselves in on our travels while recording Red Man Laughing.
It's official - Red Man Laughing will be back for a 5th season - we officially launch season 5 on Monday September 7th, 2015.
We're making this announcement because there almost wasn't a season 5. After much debate and after careful consideration it's been decided the show will back, BUT, will feature a few changes.