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  1. Facing Climate Change: Coastal Tribes

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    from Benjamin Drummond / Sara Steele / Liked

    The Swinomish Tribe has lived on the coasts of the Salish Sea for thousands of years. Today, rising seas not only threaten cultural traditions, but also the economic vitality of this small island…

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    • Tara Houska states children are taught that Native Americans aren't people.

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      from Dodging Bullets / Liked

      Dodging Bullets Film Crew Documents Change the Name Rally This past fall our crew for Dodging Bullets went to the TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN to witness and capture the protest that took…

    • Democracy Now's Amy Goodman interviews Winona LaDuke during Flood Wall Street.

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      from Keri Pickett / Liked

      Democracy Now's Amy Goodman interviews Winona LaDuke during Flood Wall Street about what brought her to the Flood Wall Street occupation of lower Manhattan following the People's Climate…

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      • Enbridge Desperately Seeking Indian Whisperer

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        from Keri Pickett / Liked

        Video shot with Winona LaDuke and Honor the Earth at the TCF Stadium for the anti-Redskins mascot rally November 1st, 2014. "The North Country can be cold and a little lonely during the winter.…

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        • Protest - Teaser

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          from Gregg Deal / Liked

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          Teaser for upcoming short film about the November 2 protests in Minneapolis MN over the Washington Football team. Over 5,000 people showed, most of them Indigenous. All of this in an effort to change…

        • Native Vote Lana Schocko Interview

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          from Michael O'Rourke / Liked

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          Lana Schocko ( Odawa, Oneida, Menominee & Stockbridge-Munsee) spoke with me about the relationship of voting and Native American health care on and off the reservation. Music: Skyhawk's…

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          • Paul DeMain for WI Senate District 29 on Education

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            from Michael O'Rourke / Liked

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            The first Native American to run for the State Senate in Wisconsin’s history, Paul DeMain was born in Milwaukee, raised in Wausau, and now lives in Sawyer County where he is currently running…

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            • Women Are Sacred | Trailer

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              from bfreshproductions / Liked

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              Manidoowaadiziwag Ikwewag (Women Are Sacred) is an education and training tool that chronicles the first-hand stories of American Indian women survivors of sexual violence and domestic abuse with…

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              • 9 year old Tahltan boy stands up to CEO of open pit coal mine.

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                from BeyondBoarding / Liked

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                The Beyond Boarding team has spent the last 3 weeks with the Tahltan Nation in the Sacred Headwaters. It's been an honour to be here. This video shows 9 year old Caden Jakesta, Pat Edzerza and…

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                • Native Vote Skip Heffner Interview

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                  from Michael O'Rourke / Liked

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                  Interview with Skip Philip Heffner of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa about the traditional roots of voting. Recorded at Bad River Powwow. Footage of Native Dancing taken at the Menominee…

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                  • This is a Stereotype

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                    from Dylan McLaughlin / Liked

                    This Is A Stereotype is an artistic narrative about the possible causes and effects surrounding Indigenous identity with the intention to socially engage the public. The project is compiled of historical…

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                    • Nibi Walk: Mississippi River

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                      from Works Progress / Liked

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                      Sharon Day is Awaanakwe (Water Woman). Nibi Walk chronicles her 1,754 mile walk of the Mississippi River, just one of the walks she and others have undertaken to pray for the water.

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