We Are Birds Director Albert Chacon discovered this history through the tradition of birdsinging. Then he met more people feeling & learning the same things. So, he made a documentary.
Native American award-winning film director and producer, actor, singer/songwriter, author, and founder and CEO of multiple media organizations, humanitarian Joanelle Romero. Joanelle was born in both the artistic and activist worlds and has spent her life bringing those two realms together. Listen to Joanelle share stories about her many years’ being an artist and humanitarian, and from where she draws all the necessary strength in a climate where the Native American—and especially the Native woman—is absent from virtually all popular media.
Do protesters of the Dakota Access Pipeline have real reason to be worried about their water? Data would suggest yes.
After the crisis in Flint, water has once again been thrust into the national spotlight because of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protests, which revolve around the protection of water resources for a nearby Native American reservation. While most of us are lucky enough to not to have to worry about clean tap water or access to basic water services, the same is not true for many communities all across the United States.
USC Professor and Novelist, David’s book “blends memoir and history” to render the uniquely beautiful story of the uniquely American places known as reservations.
Featuring Caroline Bhalla, Raphael Bostic, Peter Mancall, and Lisa Schweitzer