Parents' Guide to

All My Relations

By CrystalStone, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Discussions of Indigenous experiences, some mature themes.

Podcast Language & Culture Independent Average run time: 54 minutes
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this podcast.

Community Reviews

age 12+

Based on 1 parent review

age 12+

One of the top 10 best podcasts I've ever come across.

There's so much to say about this series. Inspirational, hilarious, life-changing, cathartic, adorable, empowering, educational, fierce, effective. An absolute MUST-listen for all Native folks and allies; especially for those who identity as women, two spirit, parents, community organizers, academics, and activists. The series delves into a handful of heavy topics (though still accessibly for young folks) but and is very word-heavy (by virtue of being a podcast) so I'd put it at a 12 or older level. A lot of these episodes would be very valuable for young people, both educationally, culturally, and personally.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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This is an educational, inspiring and necessary podcast for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous listeners. All My Relations discusses the joys, experiences and struggles of diverse groups of Indigenous people that are important for all to hear. Episodes are teen and adult-friendly, as the hosts make each episode entertaining while also not shying away from heavier topics. As the hosts pull in opinions from people of all backgrounds, perseverance is continuously encouraged and promoted as guests and hosts discuss their adversities, how they've overcome them, and where to find hope even during oppression and struggle.

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