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This Is My Gun, These Are My Rights - Uncensored
Season 1 E 6 • 06/06/2019
Jordan and his colleague Kobi Libii embed themselves with two Texan organizations, one white and one black, who use guns as tools for very different kinds of advocacy.
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Wrestling PTSD - Uncensored
Jordan trains with a group of Iraq veterans in Killeen, Texas, who put on wrestling shows in order to cope with their PTSD.
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Battle in the Bayou - Uncensored
Jordan heads to the Atchafalaya Basin in Louisiana, where L'eau Est La Vie protesters are trying to stop Energy Transfer from finishing an ecologically disastrous pipeline.
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Invisible Nation - Uncensored
Jordan meets with Native American activists, politicians and artists to find out why indigenous peoples’ struggles are so often overlooked and what we can do to change that.
Klepper Podcast - Invisible Nation & A Conversation with Somah Haaland - Uncensored
Jordan and Todd Bieber discuss the oppression Native Americans experience, and Somah Haaland reflects on her mother Deb Haaland's historic Congressional election.
Jordan Struggles Not to Be Another White Savior - Uncensored
Jordan admits to appropriating indigenous culture as a child and talks to conceptual artist Cannupa Hanska Luger about the complexities of Native American cultures.
Why Your Perception of Native Americans Is Probably Wrong - Uncensored
Jordan goes on a covert mission with Detroit graffiti artist Sintex and explores contemporary indigenous culture across the arts, music, publishing and in Washington, D.C.