Returning to the show is Rebecca Robles, Acjachemen tribal member, culture bearer and activist, fielding queries about: whether during this season she feels heard more than in a long while; what does a land acknowledgement do in the better sense; and how whole is the Puvungna sacred site on the Cal. State Long Beach University campus? December 3rd at 3:00 p.m. PT, will be the Putuidem opening in San Juan Capistrano to which the public is invited: https://patch.com/california/sanjuancapistrano/amp/30138076/village-of-putuidem-to-open-in-san-juan-capistrano. The extended version of this interview will include her takes on the how the Biden Cabinet level leaders are advancing Native Peoples and more.
In the second segment (minute 30:14), another member of the Compassion and Choices crew appears on this show. Christine Goodwin, a regional advocacy manager at Compassion and Choices, takes stock of SB 380 – the improvement and extension of the CA End of Life Option Act. The 2015 law is hereby extended through 2032.
Music credits: Chimora, “African Americano,” Sounds of Africa – album; A Tribe Called Red, “Bear Dance,” Stadium PowWow Album; Bill Beach, “Dreams Deferred,” Letting Go – album.