1. Wacipi Powwow


    from University of North Dakota / Added

    Food, family, friends and fun make for an exciting day in Grand Forks. With all of the beautiful colors and smiling faces there are high spirits all around. The Wacipi, which is the Lakota term for “celebration”, brings together as many as 25 drum groups and four hundred dancers to UND every year. Kari Strandberg reporting.

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    • Standing Silent Nation Excerpt (2007)


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      Standing Silent Nation is a broadcast length documentary funded in large part by Native American Public Telecommunications, that aired nationally on PBS’s Emmy-award winning documentary series, P.O.V., was favorably reviewed by The New York Times, won the audience award at several film festivals, and was featured at the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.

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      • Cheyenne Bufalo Blanco


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        • Pine Ridge


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          • We Love Being Lakota


            from The Native and the Refugee / Added

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            "We Love Being Lakota" is the first in a series of videos and texts from our documentary project "The Native and the Refugee", connecting the struggles taking place on Indian reservations in the United States with those in Palestinian refugee camps in the Middle East. In February and March, we presented this video at T Marbouta in Beirut, Lebanon; at the Jordanian Women’s Union in Amman, Jordan; and at the Freedom Theatre in the Jenin Refugee Camp in the West Bank. It was produced in collaboration with Adam Khalil. https://www.facebook.com/thenativeandtherefugee

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            • "Inktomi - The Spider's Deception" Trailer


              from Alkistis Mavroeidi / Added

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              In the very beginning even before the existence of time, lived the magnificent gods in their celestial domain. The chief amongst them was Takushkanshkan. This is a game that explores the Lakota Tribe Creation Myth. It begins with humans finding their way out from their subterranean wind caves and arriving on Earth. They find themselves in an unforgiving, dark land in which they now have to discover the means to survive. The story of the creation of this world will be slowly revealed to them as the explore their new environment, trying to reach a deeper understanding of the truth. The landscape and the environment is visualized as perceived through the lens of the Native American arts. Colours, Animals and Mythological Figures will have to be gradually discovered by the character. The environment will thus change according to the level of enlightenment, eventually revealing the landscape in its full glory. Game Demo developed for the class "Immersive Landscapes: Representation through Gaming Technologies", Harvard University, Graduate School of Design (Fall 2014) Students: Alkistis Mavroeidi, Qurat-ul-ain Malick Developed with Unity Engine. The background sound for the Demo Version of Inktomi is «The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim OST - A Chance Meeting» Composer: Jeremy Soule All rights reserved by Bethesda. No copyright infringements are intended.

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              • Ho Wakan-Sacred Voice


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                Ho Wakan - Sacred Voices presents a powerful portrait of the role immersion language programs play in strengthening children’s' connection to life-long learning. Parent and producer Tiana LaPointe showcased her daughter’s experience in a Dakota based language program and told the story of its’ positive impact in building her daughter’s self esteem, and Lakota values. --Tiana LaPointe / Eagan Minnesota Download a free copy of the MIS/Education Study Guide at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7EfXtDFxgmJeEpoUXV5cWJpUGM/view?usp=sharing

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                • Strong


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                  Devon Strong takes us on a spiritual journey to the heart of the buffalo as he explains how he communes with his animals in sweat lodge in preparation for slaughter.

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                  • This Is Graeme Park: Bristol 27FEB15


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                    Look out Bristol... really looking forward to Parallel Dimensions at Lakota this Friday 27th February. It's been a while. http://thisisgraemepark.com/gigs

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                    • Crying Earth Rise Up Trailer


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                      Crying Earth Rise Up! is an intimate portrait of the human cost of uranium mining and its impact on sacred water. It tells a timely story of protecting land, water and a way of life.

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