1. Askwali

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    Lillian Hill of the Hopi Tribe reads a poem that speaks to her forefathers and is a reflection we can all learn from.

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    • "Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee " _ Nativ Americans _ a Tribute _Look Info !

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      PLEASE READ IN INFO !... http://www.nmai.si.edu/ http://www.history.com/topics/native-american-history/native-american-cultures http://www.collegefund.org/.... Video : Alice .Music : Light Of a New Day by Vitas http://www.vitas.com.ru Video : Alice Pictures : From net (gpggle)The native Americans respected the nature around them in a way, that is difficult for us to understand. They belived the earth could not belong to any man. The man belonged to the earth. Every life was just as important as another. They ment that all things were connected. The man did not weave the web of life, he was merely a strand in it. Whatever he did to the web, he did to himself. The meeting with the Europeans became a disaster for the native Americans. Throug fraud, violence and war they were down supressed and denied. Whole groups of people were eliminated by diseases and alcohol which the white population brought with them. The native Americans were forced west by the settelsers, and they were almost eliminated because of the bloody wars around 1800. It was called massacre when the Indians took revenge because of encroachment, but when the white population slaughtered down Indians, then got a place of glory in the historybooks. The proud people were placed into restervatoins. They lost everything! .............................. Sice I was a little girl I have seen pictures ,listen to stories,read books,seen movies of" Indians" Nativ Amaricans. And I must say I'm not proud to be from the people ,The White man , who took their land and destroyd and kill almost all this wonderful people. Shame on them ! I have reading about Wounded knee many times. And I'm always crying . This video is made directly from my heart ! Best greetings Alice

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      • Little bit of history.

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        Native American Legends. Book : " Voices of the winds. "

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        • R.I.P Big Chief Bo Dollis

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          Dedication to Big Chief Bo Dollis of the Wild Magnolia Mardi Gras Indians form Brice Miller and the Mahogany Brass Band. "Indians Jumping on Fire" was written by Brice Miller and featured on Mahogany's debut CD in 1998. The song was a tribute to the Mardi Gras Indian tradition in New Orleans and quickly became a staple among the Indian gangs. Bo Dollis, who for more than 5 decades reinvigorated the Mardi Gras Indian tradition by synching the call-and-response chants with the funky grooves of New Orleans R&B and soul music, Dollis and the Wild Magnolias transported this unique folk tradition all around the world. Mardi Gras Indian Big Chief Bo Dollis died on January 20, 2015, at 71.

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          • NBU_Grancharov_03

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            WUT?

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            • My mother

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              The following discussion takes an up close and personal look at the encounters of a multiracial family. Here, mother and daughter seek to reconcile their differences while shining light on the study of genetics, race, and the roots of habits.

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              • Big Chief: A Mardi Gras Indian Documentary

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                The Red Flame Hunters are part of the Original Big 7 Cultural and Heritage Organization. They are the only Children's Mardi Gras Indian tribe in the city of New Orleans. This is the story of their Big Chief, Justin "Tugga" Cloud. The Red Flame Hunters rely on donations to help make their costumes possible year in and year out. To support them please visit these links: gofundme.com/2x4whc facebook.com/redflamehunters Directed/Shot/Edited by Paavo Hanninen Produced by Andrew Larimer

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                • Wenn man vor dem Einschlafen schnell viel Rotwein trinkt, träumt man manchmal in verkehrtrummen Farben

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                  (If you drink a lot of red wine before falling asleep you sometimes dream in false colours) This is my very first self processed colour negative film! From 1991!

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                  • excerpts from YANDU EXPEDITION / trechos de EXPEDIÇÃO YANDÚ (english subtitles)

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                    Produced between 1994-1996. Excerpts from the documentary feature video for television broadcasting, a byproduct of a VITAE GRANT for research on animation. An illustrator, a photographer and a cinematographer travel to the Divisor mountain range, at the boarder between Brazil and Peru, to document local life. YANDU EXPEDITION is Alberto de Andrada (photographer), Céu D´Ellia (draftsman), J R Maramaldo (cameraman) & Francisco Muniz (guide) Narration: Eliete Cigarini Direction & Screenplay: Céu D´Ellia Music: Dyonisio Moreno & Mário Aydar Film editing: Céu D´Ellia & Calé Mazza Animation & Design: Céu D´Ellia Digital Animation: Calé Mazza Clay Animation: Christophe Spoto Sponsor: CBA Grupo Votorantim Support: Bolsa Vitae, Rede Bandeirantes, Tecnovideo, Ministério da Cultura do Brasil Production & Research: Andrée Vieira & Céu D´Ellia Associate Producer: Edson Romão Scientific Consultants: Leonel Pereira & Moacir Biondo

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                    • Indigenous Alcatraz

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                      Every year on the morning of Thanksgiving, local Indian tribes welcome the rising sun, honor the traditions of their people and remember the Occupation of Alcatraz by Indians of All Tribes in 1969-71, where they fought to regain their land and demand better living conditions for Indians in the United States.

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