"Hang up your parka, bust out the quaq"
November 28, 2018 2:43 PM   Subscribe

Coffee & Quaq is a podcast by Alice Qannik Glenn about exploring the lives and experiences of Alaska Natives, focusing especially on people in their 20s and 30s. So far there have been four episode: 1) Modern Interpretations of Traditional Iñuit Tattoos with Holly Nordlum and Charlene Apok. 2) All About Native Foods with Tikaan Galbreath and Leila Smith. 3) LGBTQ in the Native Community with Jenny Miller and Will Bean. 4) Eskimo vs. Iñuit with Jacqui Igluġuq Lambert, Mellisa Maktuayaq Heflin, and Inuujaq Leslie Fredlund.
posted by Kattullus (7 comments total) 27 users marked this as a favorite
 
This looks incredible and I can't wait to listen to it!
posted by bibliotropic at 8:57 PM on November 28, 2018 [1 favorite]


I really liked the first three episodes. When the radio silence dragged on into the fourth month I was starting to worry that the podcast would cease to be a going concern. I was so thrilled to wake up yesterday morning to find a new episode in my feed, and apparently there are further interviews in the bag.
posted by Kattullus at 10:27 PM on November 28, 2018


Sounds interesting. Hmm, no RSS feed mentioned anywhere? too bad. Don't have time to check on everyone's site each day.
posted by Twang at 12:30 AM on November 29, 2018


Here's the RSS feed.
posted by Kattullus at 12:56 AM on November 29, 2018


Thanks for sharing--I can't wait to listen. I also shared it with my friend (a non-native) who is teaching primarily Native students in rural Alaska. Hopefully they'll listen!
posted by lucy.jakobs at 9:40 AM on November 29, 2018 [1 favorite]


I’m not Alaskan or Native but I love learning about Alaska Native culture. Can’t wait to listen to this, thanks!
posted by ejs at 2:29 PM on November 29, 2018 [1 favorite]


Adding to Stitcher now...
posted by Sheydem-tants at 4:07 PM on November 29, 2018 [1 favorite]


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