In today’s podcast – John remembers the artists we lost in 2023 and promotes his next Sexy Liberal Show at the Herbst Theatre in San Francisco on January 20th. He talks with Curt in Akron about Crosby Stills and Nash and does a tribute to his good friend David Crosby who we lost earlier this year. Then, he speaks with attorney Marie in Atlanta on Rudy Giuliani filing for bankruptcy. Next, John chats with Native American journalist Simon Moya-Smith who is a contributing writer at NBC News, and Julie Francella who is a Native American activist, artist, writer, and veteran mental health professional working with the First Nations University of Canada. Julie reports on the dubbing of “Star Wars: A New Hope” into her Ojibwe language and she is hoping to audition for the voice of Leia in the movie. They talk with Mitch at Kent State on indigenous artists and Simon explains the horrific true meaning of the word “squaw” and why we should stop using it. They discuss the story of a Kansas City School District dress code policy that led to the forced cutting of an 8-year-old Native American boy’s hair. They also talk with Jeff in Oregon on the seven generation rule and Laura in California on the Wigwam Sequoia Tribe in San Pedro called the Improved Order of Red Men. And finally they express hopes for Leonard Peltier to get a new trial and be released from prison.