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with host Noami Grevemberg

Episode 1 – Reclaiming Indigenous Sovereignty

Our first guest on Nomads at the Intersections podcast is Wynnē Weddell, Native American of the Yankton Sioux Tribe. A hiker, nomad, and full-time beadwork artist – Wynnē joins our host, Noami, for this in-person interview on the traditional lands of the Pascua Yaqui and Tohono O’odham in the Southwest. Listen as she shares her story of leaving her homeland to follow her nomadic passions in the forests of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Wynnē also recounts her experience at the Dakota access pipeline, shares stories about her great grandmother as a front-line activist during the American Indian Movement, and how Indigenous peoples must lead the conversation on environmental activism and so much more. Check out our Show Notes for journal prompts that dig deeper into how your story and Wynnē’s experience intersect.

Find the episode below, on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you stream podcasts.

Wynnē Weddell is a member of the Ihanktonwon Nation ( Yankton Sioux) specializing in beaded adornments, using her platform to raise awareness on environmental & social justice issues being faced in BIPOC communities. She is passionate about environmental advocacy, cultural reclamation, all things rainbow, and working towards a more sustainable future. #LANDBACK

Find the full episode transcript here: Episode 1 Transcript

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“Dear settler state, we will continue to dismantle you until Black liberation and Indigenous sovereignty are realized” — @melaninmvskoke


  1. Acknowledging Indigenous Peoples is important; what does that look like in your travels going forward?
  2. What did your elders teach you that you still carry with you everyday?
  3. Culture is a very personal experience to the people who create it; what is your experience with cultural appropriation?
  4. As our relationships with nature evolve, what are you receiving from the land and what are you giving to it in return?

Join us each month for a live journaling sesh with our NATI Hosts on Instagram Live. Follow our Instagram @nomadsattheintersectionspod for announcements.

🎵 NATI Vibes 📻 — S1E1 Playlist🎵 

Amplify Native Voices

Rainbow Mountain Beadwork

Show Up for Native Activists

Movements require visibility, momentum and follow-through. Indigenous Peoples are fighting for their land back, accountability of broken U.S. treaties, sovereignty, and the protection of their missing peoples and culture. They show up, day after day, and follow through on their demands and intentions. Their voices are clear when they speak about erasure and land stewardship. Visibility is where others can show up for the movements of Indigenous people through donations, amplification and literally showing up with their bodies for protests. 

Follow this non-exhaustive list of activists and organizations to diversify your feed.

Activists to follow:

Orgs to follow and support:

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Nomads at the Intersections is hosted by Noami Grevemberg with co-host Anaïs Monique.
A Ravel Media production. 
Creative Direction by Busted Slate Media
Audio assist by Dustin Grevemberg

Music by Smart Monkey Music
Podcast cover artwork designed by Karen Ceballos.

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