An 1839 assassination of a Cherokee leader. A 1999 small town murder. Two crimes collide in a Supreme Court case that will decide the fate of one man and nearly half of the land in Oklahoma. Hosted by Rebecca Nagle, Oklahoma journalist and citizen of Cherokee Nation, This Land traces how a cut and dry homicide opened up an investigation into the treaty rights of five Native American tribes. Tune in to Crooked Media's 8-episode series to find out how this unique case could result in the largest restoration of tribal land in U.S. history.
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hila-bee
Nov 29
Rating:   10
Essential listening

‪This is an essential podcast that, even beyond informing on its basic premise involving native land rights, helped me start to fill in some of the blind spots I and many have with regards to Native American history.

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joelpwhit
Nov 26
Rating:   10
So good

Am in the first episode and loving it

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Curlgrrrl
Nov 26
Rating:   4
Wanted to like it

I really did like a lot of it, but it is so one sided on the portrayal of Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl.

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Tfayter
Nov 21
Rating:   6
Decent content but...

The host needs to speak faster. It’s unbearably slow!!! Also, I’m sympathetic to the victims of the U.S. government’s atrocities and genocide against Native peoples, but sometimes the host’s tone is so accusatory and biased, it’s hard to stay engaged with the story.

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Ahorse764
Nov 15
Rating:   10
Listen to this!!

The information Rebecca Nagle is able to share in just 8 episodes is astounding and needs to be in the mainstream media coverage more! Thank you for all your hard work in bringing this issue to better light for people.

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Meez10
Nov 11
Rating:   10
Love

This show is so important!

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emulzzz
Nov 4
Rating:   10
Reinvigorated my interest in history

This podcast is absolutely one of the best I have listened to this year. I learned heaps about native law and history from it. Listening to it and the “1619” podcast have sparked a new passion for relearning American history. I urge everyone to listen to this podcast to further educate themselves.

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Swtessmer
Nov 1
Rating:   10
Incredible

I hope we have more episodes as this podcast has taught me so much about Native American issues.

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Jrotert19
Oct 24
Rating:   10
Awesome podcast

This is an awesome podcast, full of education and history. As a Cherokee, it was very hard to listen to as well. Knowing some of my ancestors struggles and hearing the stories from Rebecca’s family was very heart wrenching. Wado!

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JD Shaw
Oct 16
Rating:   10
Excellent series, can’t wait to hear how it ends.

This is a great podcast. But, I’m really ashamed of my Government after listening to it. I have a great respect for Native culture. I went to school in Lawrence KS, where Haskell is. (a Native University). I got to meet lots of great people there. I always knew dominate culture screwed Native people over. I just didn’t realize how badly we screwed your culture over. Anyway, it’s a great podcast, and you should listen. This season (late 2019) we should hear what the Supreme Court will do. Hopefully they will stand up and do the right things.

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eds1996
Oct 14
Rating:   10
Inspirational

This podcast is so inspirational. As a future educator, I want to fight to teach our children about REAL history, not the made up junk the schools have fed us for so long! I love this podcast so much!

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MixedGirlMane
Oct 11
Rating:   10
What they didn’t teach us in school, angers me!

What an incredible podcast. Well paced and researched, I thought I knew a bit about the cases against Native people here and I barely scratched the surface. After listening To this I was able to look up cases and educate myself better. Thank you so much for sharing these stories. I hope the news is good for Indian Country once the Supreme Court goes back into session.

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nhyork
Oct 9
Rating:   10
Extraordinary

Thank you so much for sharing these important stories. I couldn’t stop listening and am hungry to learn more.

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strpg
Oct 8
Rating:   10
Incredible

Incredible podcast!!! Thank you!!!

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Woodlands Ski
Oct 5
Rating:   10
Please keep us updated

Where can we can we hear the latest information on status, re-argumentation and schedule?

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Alissa Brock, Seminole Nation
Oct 1
Rating:   10
Granddaughter Seminole Nation

Thank you for informing me and others about issues that are crucial. Thank you for opening up a dialogue for indigenous culture and for making so many voices accessible through this platform. Listening through I was infuriated, disappointed, moved to tears of joy, all while internally being asked to reconnect, to deeply feel and respond to what I was listening to. I thank you again, for the opportunity to gather information and injustices and about my native culture. Looking forward to more!

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nlo143
Sep 26
Rating:   10
Knowledge is power

Thank you teaching us the history that Americans don’t get taught in school. We are all better for this!! Thank you!

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Tfreeman12
Sep 26
Rating:   10
Visibility

...Is the key word. Bringing these past and present events into the light and to the general public prevents those who are blissfully ignorant or maliciously conniving from doing things in a corner. Thank you for your work! I am the better for it. Let us know ways we can get involved.

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Babsannee
Sep 2
Rating:   10
Absolutely Incredible

Like many of the other reviewers, I knew very little of the current and past plights of our Native peoples. I am non-native, and this podcast forced me to face my privilege without making me feel like there is nothing that I can do. This Land acknowledges all of the dark scary corners, but allows ALL listeners to feel like they can do something to help.

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ChiroJoe1
Aug 26
Rating:   10
Eye opener

This is something I had no idea was still happening. Its atrocious and baffling that our Native people are still being taken advantage of. The podcast is great quality, good storytelling, very informative, stimulating and inspiring. Listen and share!

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