Protecting Karankawa Kadla & Madeline Sayet in Sacred Stage: Talks with Native Playwrights & Artists

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Part 1 On January 22nd, 2022, the Karankawa Kadla and approximately 400 allies held an action against the Enbridge terminal expansion in Corpus Christi, TX outside of Bank of America on 2501 S Congress Ave in Austin, Texas. As part of an active lawsuit against Enbridge, the largest transporter of crude oil and tar sands in the nation, the Karankawa Kadla and allies are organizing protests across Texas to stop the development of the Enbridge terminal. Construction of the Enbridge oil terminal and pier is over the eastern portion of a Karankawa village site off Corpus Christi Bay in Ingleside, Texas. The pier will destroy Karankawa forms of cultural patrimony, sacred items, and the environmentally rich marshlands. In addition, there are plans to build a seawall pipeline that will transport tar sands from Houston to Corpus Christi pier for export. Tune in for an update and what future actions are planned for protecting the remaining lands of the Karandawa Kadla traditional homelands and stopping Enbridge. For more information, visit www.stopenbridge.com. Guest: Chiara L. Enriquez (Karankawa Kadla Nation), https://karankawas.com, organizer, activist, and community member. Part 2 Sacred Stage: Talks with Native Playwrights and Artists is part of ongoing series with special host Albert “Abby” Ibarra who interviews Madeline Sayet (Mohegan Nation). For her work as a stage director of new plays, classics, and opera - Madeline has been named: A FORBES 30 UNDER 30 in Hollywood & Entertainment, A TED FELLOW, a MIT MEDIA LAB DIRECTORS FELLOW, a NCAIED NATIVE AMERICAN 40 UNDER 40, a recipient of THE WHITE HOUSE CHAMPION OF CHANGE AWARD from President Obama, received the NATIONAL DIRECTORS FELLOWSHIP, and is a National Arts Strategies' CREATIVE COMMUNITY FELLOW. Guest: Madeline Sayet is an Assistant Professor in the English Dept at Arizona State University, and Executive Director of the Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program (YIPAP). Her directing work has been praised by the Wall Street Journal as "enchanting," and the New York Times admired the "transparent and almost weightless" fluidity of the worlds she builds. Her work promoting Native voices onstage has been featured in NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, GOOD Magazine, and MENTAL FLOSS. Click here for archived American Indian Airwaves programs on the KPFK website within the past 60-days only or click on (below) after 8pm for today’s scheduled program. Soundcloud Apple Podcast Google Podcast iHeartRadio Pocket Casts Spotify Podcast Stitcher Podcast Tunein Podcast

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