Episode 28 and 3/4 - Pottermore Edition Part 3: History of Magic in North America
On this bonus episode of #WizardTeam, Robyn and Bayana - along with guest Johnnie Jae - discuss the latest writings to come out of Pottermore, "History of Magic in North America."
Johnnie Jae is of the Otoe-Missouria and Choctaw tribes of Oklahoma. She is the managing partner of Native Max Magazine, founder of A Tribe Called Geek, and contributor to Native News Online. She is the manager and producer for the Success Native Style Radio Network, where she hosts the Indigenous Flame and A Tribe Called Geek radio shows. She is also a founding board member of Not Your Mascots.
Known as the “Brown Ball of Fury,” Jae seamlessly shifts from humor and pop culture to advocacy and digital media, which has made her a much-sought after speaker and commentator. Her work has been discussed in many media outlets, such as Indian Country Today, ATPN, CBC, USA Today, BBC, Women’s E-News, Takepart.com and Upworthy. She has been a guest on several radio shows, including Native America Calling, Native Trailblazers, BBC’s World Have Your Say, and ICI Radio.
Join us and let us know who you think is the Real MVP and who is benched. We will resume our regular schedule on Wednesday with Chapter 11 of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, "The Dueling Club."