1. South Side/Pine Ridge All-School Program 2015


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    • Pine Ridge


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      • We Love Being Lakota


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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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        • Native Max Magazine x Sage & Silver Americana - Behind the Scenes (A Film by #RWSE)


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          Behind the Scenes with Native Max Magazine, Sage & Silver Americana Boutique and Gallery photoshoot for the upcoming Women's Issue of Native Max! Hair & Makeup - NM Editor Kelly Holmes Clothing provided by Sage & Silver - Owners Lauren Good Day Giago, Vanessa Frank and Deb Painte Location - Sage & Silver Americana (Rapid City, SD) Videography by Tara Rose Weston of The Loving Rose Photography #RWSE Music - "Heroes" by Alesso All Rights Reserved *I do not claim ownership to song*

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          • Honor the Treaties - Trailer


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            View the full documentary on Aeon Video: http://aeon.co/video/society/honor-the-treaties-the-real-legacy-of-manifest-destiny/ A short, powerful film that captures the journey of photographer Aaron Huey as he reveals the sufferings and struggles of the Native Lakota people of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. At first, Huey sees Pine Ridge as just another bleak place to take pretty pictures, but after getting to know its people and history, he comes to see the reservation a POW camp, ‘where one day, the guards walked away.’ Eric Becker’s film reminds us that art can make us care about the lives of those we might rather forget. All photographs used in the film are ©Aaron Huey (aaronhuey.com). Director: Eric Becker Producer: Scott Everett Editor: Eric Becker Original music: "Black Chow" by Big Spider's Back: "Mélodrames Télégraphiés (in B major 7th) Part 1" and "I Know That You Don't Like the Future Like I Do" by Brian McBride and "Hægt, kemur ljósið" by Olafur Arnalds Language: English For more short documentaries visit Aeon Video: http://aeon.co/video/

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            • Nike Amazing Journey - Napa Valley


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              Join Nike as Global Sessions leads them through 'The Amazing Journey' in Napa Valley, Ca. The day was filled with activities ranging from wine tasting with the Mondavi family and driving classic cars to a bike tour, storming a castle and more... Special thanks to: The Mondavis, Charles Krug Winery, Castillo di Amorossa, Domaine Chandon, The Pine Ridge Winery, Brix, Classic Mustang Rentals, The Bug Experience and Classic Convertible Wine Tours

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              • THUNDERHEART (1992)


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                A young mixed-blood FBI agent is assigned to work with a cynical veteran investigator on a murder on a poverty-stricken Sioux reservation

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                • The People - Short Film - Trailer 1


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                  The People - Fantasy/Thriller “With one man’s culture nearly gone, what he does next can save Nations.” The health of the environment is important to every Indigenous culture. With efforts by Indigenous peoples throughout North America to bring awareness to the damage extensive oil mining brings to the earth, The People, explores the side effects and takes an imaginative peek at our future in a world where oil is everything. Set in a dystopia 71 years into the future, Native lands and rights are gone. The government as we know it now no longer exists; it is controlled by a small faction of rich politicians. Left in waste, Reservations become encampments and are heavily guarded by private military security. Poverty and oppression lay ruin to every Native tribal nation within the former U.S. The cause, an insurgency led by an indigenous human rights group called, The People, against the forced construction of a massive oil pipeline through Native territory in the year 2051. This insurgency was the beginning to the Second American Civil War and an end to the democracy the country was built on. Eight years of fighting, a new system is born: Oppress the insurgent, contain the problem, use fear to foster obedience, and only then will there be peace. This is the world our protagonist is born into. http://indigenestudios.com/thepeople STAY CONNECTED: Facebook - http://facebook.com/indigenestudios Twitter - http://twitter.com/indigenestudios Instagram - http://instagram.com/indigenestudios Directed by Willi White Written by Isnalawica Belt Produced by Angel White Eyes / Willi White / Isnalawica Belt Starring: Marcus Bear Eagle Nicolette Weston Bert Malcom Marcus Ruff Alberto Two Bears III and Juliana Brown Eyes-Clifford INDIGENE STUDIOS RESERVATIONBOY FILMS © 2014 Indigene Entertainment Studios.

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                  • Pine Ridge Hunger Project 8/9/2014


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                    Pine Ridge Church in Orlando teamed up with Feeding Children Everywhere to pack over 11,000 meals to feed hungry children in the community!

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                    • Learning Lakota


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                      Teacher Roger White Eyes works to ensure that his students at Red Cloud Indian School on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation learn Lakota. “I tell my students, this language has a spirit,” he says. “It’s who you are as a Lakota person.” See the entire package examining the state of Native American education here: http://www.edweek.org/go/nativeamerican

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