Excerpts from Bernie’s and AOC’s interview with The Intercept start the ball rolling below
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What does it feel like to have the full, diverse spectrum of your political concerns reduced to a single issue? Briahna takes on the media and political establishment’s habit of essentializing voters from two different angles.
First, she talks to the Analilia Mejia, the campaign’s national political director, about why Bernie’s agenda appeals to Latinx voters in part because of its holistic approach.
Then, Tom Sexton of the Trillbilly Worker’s Party podcast explains why the notion of “Trump country” doesn’t even begin to explain the perspectives of Appalachian communities.
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“We Are One,” a collaboration to show the richness, diversity, and beauty of Indian Country.
We Are Still Here. Research has shown that the lack of representation of Native peoples in mainstream society creates a void that limits the understanding and knowledge that Americans have of Native communities. We are here to fight the invisibility that Natives face by amplifying contemporary, authentic Native voices, and supporting Native peoples tell their story.
We as humans all live in this one world where we have to work and live together. Our goal is for Native peoples to be normalized in a current today and show accurate and positive representations of our people.
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About IllumiNative and Mag 7:
IllumiNative is an initiative, created and led by Natives, to challenge the negative narrative that surrounds Native communities and ensure accurate and authentic portrayals of Native communities are present in pop culture and media.
Mag 7 is a collective of seven MCs and songwriters from different tribes, who came together for hope and optimism. The members of Mag 7 are Drezus (Plains Cree tribe), Supaman (Crow tribe), PJ Vegas (Shoshone / Yaqui tribes), Kahara Hodges (Navajo tribe), Doc Native (Seminole tribe), Spencer Battiest (Seminole tribe), and Emcee One (Osage/Potawatomi tribes).