It's Thanksgiving in Sunnydale, and much is happening: Detective Angel's lurking in the bushes, Anya is *so Anya*, and Spike is tied to a chair! It's not all fun & games though - there's a whole lot of white guilt, colonialism, and troubled history to examine in this holiday episode. We're thankful to welcome Coya White Hat-Artichoker, an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, a writer, poet and speaker on issues regarding race, equity, Two-Spirit identity and sovereignty, onto the podcast to share her thoughts about the episode as well. Today we're discussing S4E8: Pangs.
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The book Coya is a part of where she wrote about her experience at Standing Rock, and opened with a quote from Rogue One: https://www.amazon.com/Walk-Towards-anthology-remember-inauguration/dp/1542380634
THIS EPISODE'S "SONG" - You can hear the complete speech that Standing Rock tribal elder Phyllis Young made to the Energy Transfer Partners (the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wlRdkP3Q70
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