Karl Dockstader on Criminalization of Indigenous Journalism

In Episode 66, we speak with Karl Dockstader from the Oneida Nation and co-host of the Indigenous radio show: One Dish One Mic. He was recently arrested while covering the story unfolding at 1492 Land Back Lane.

Six Nations members have been peacefully occupying lands at Mackenzie Meadows – lands which they explain rightfully belong to Six Nations as part of the Haldimand Tract deed. If you missed the last podcast with Skyler WIlliams and Myka Burning with all the background, check it out here:

To listen to episodes of One Dish One Mic, here is the link:

Here is more information about his prestigious journalism award:

And if you want to follow Karl Dockstader and Sean Vanderklis and their One Dish One Mic show, here is their Facebook page:

Here is the YouTube video of this podcast in case you prefer video-version:

Please note: Nothing in this podcast advocates for violence on Indigenous territories.

Please also note: The information contained in this podcast is not legal, financial or medical advice, nor should it be relied on as such.

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(Image of Karl Dockstader taken from our podcast/video conversation used with permission)