In the Season 6 finale of Red Man Laughing, Ryan replays his "12 Steps To Decolonization in Canada" mini-series with an accompanying "directors cut" and commentary on each of the pieces.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we bring you to Yellowknife during the Stories From The Land National Tour to share the stories of Hovak Johnston.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we take you to unceded Coast Salish Territory for the Kanata Festival and we share Ryan's conversation with Kanata Pod host, Lisa Girbav. They sit and chat about Canada 150, Canada 2167 and #thenext150.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we argue strongly for the need for a statement of facts in Canada as it pertains to Indigenous Peoples in this country. Ryan is joined by Anishinaabe broadcaster, Jesse Wente.
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 &