From Cherokee grandmothers to the rise of the eastern metis in French speaking Canada, the stories we tell about our family history has consequences that go beyond the beliefs of an individual. Cherokee genealogist Twila Barnes joins previous guests Daniel Justice and Darryl Leroux to talk about the similar themes between these groups of pretendians, and the material costs that these stories have on Indigenous peoples.

transcript available here, errors in transcription are my own ~ pk

The stories we tell: Cherokee grandmothers and the eastern metis with Daniel, Twila, and Darryl