Intelatin and An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States

Intelatin show

Summary: Thank you for joining us for our first in series for 2015 on the book, An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States by Dr. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz as published by Beacon Press. My name is Sergio Muñoz and this is Intelatin's third year of radio features on important works of nonfiction. Joining us this year on Intelatin will be our core thinkers: The author, Dr. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, along with my co-host for the series, the filmmaker, Rodrigo Reyes. Music for the series will be curated by Chancha via Circuito. Music for the episode performed by Matanza.Special thanks to AltaMed Health Organization, Hermandad Mexicana, DRM Dream Action Coalition and ZZK Records for their support as we produce these features for immigrant youth to help them unlearn the lies they have been told in their educational histories.The essential understanding of the migrations and Indigenous peoples' relationships prior to the invasion  The reality and significance of Indigenous peoples' survival  Settler colonialism, as an institution or as a system, requires violence or the threat of violence to attain its goals  Revised narrative: The nation of immigrants framework, which obscures the US practice of colonization.#INTELATIN