In 2021, Farina King (Diné) and Sarah Newcomb (Tsimshian) started a podcast to focus on Native American and Indigenous histories from Indigenous voices and lived experiences. They talk each month with historians and intellectuals committed to working with and for Indigenous communities to share Indigenous stories.
Check out the podcast at https://nativecircles.buzzsprout.com
We are honored to be a recipient of the 2021-2022 Turning Points in History Grant from the Albert Lepage Center for History in the Public Interest at Villanova University. Thank you to the Lepage Center!
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About Farina and Sarah
Farina King, a citizen of the Navajo Nation as a Bilagáanaa dóó Diné woman, is an associate professor of history and an affiliate of Cherokee and Indigenous Studies at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, homelands of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.
Sarah Newcomb is Tsimshian of the First Nation from Metlakatla, Alaska. She works as a freelance editor, writer, and blogger. She has a Bachelors in English with a Focus in non-Fiction Creative Writing, an Associates in Communications, and a Minor in Philosophy. She currently lives in Dallas, Texas with her husband and four children.