Tag Archives: Idle No More

CowJews and Indians; How Hitler Scared My Parents and I Woke Up in an Iroquois Longhouse- Owing the Mohawks Rent. Plus, Corinna Rose is live in studio with banjos, autoharps and a whole new album!

The 10 Plagues of Passover as told from an Indigenous perspective by Nathan and Howard Adler: twin brothers from Ottawa of both Jewish and Ojibwe/Anishinaabe heritage.

This epsiode of Shtetl is all about great music with Yemen Blues singer Ravid Kahalani, and also a closer look at Idle No More with poet-activist Sandy Sjollema.

Schachar Orenstein is the rabbi at The Spanish and Portuguese synagogue in Montreal and the founder of a Jewish environmental group called Teva Quebec. Rabbi Orenstein speaks with Shtetl about Idle No More, activism and the relationship between Jewish and Indigenous people.

Like Queen Esther of ancient Persia, Chief Spence is putting her life at risk to meet “the king” in order to speak up for her people. Native American activist and VP running mate to Ralph Nader: Winona LaDuke speaks about Idle No More tomorrow live on Shtetl. And Jewish actor Michael Rubenfeld shares why he fasted in solidarity with Chief Spence.