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October 2016
Columbus Day Legacy --
"If any person really examines their conscience and examines this history, they have got to say that what has happened is wrong."      -Alistair Bane, artist

Meet Native people who tackle tough questions about identity and history in America. View Our Catalog



Hand Game
Get an inside view of an ancient form of gambling that combines strategy, wit and skill. Explore the mythic and historic roots of contemporary gambling in the Northwest Native Society through a look at the traditional hand game (also called "stick" or "bone" game). Filmmakers travel from reservation to reservation, meeting engaging and colorful players who keep traditional ways of thinking alive today in Indian country. 57 minutes
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  Columbus Day

Columbus Day Legacy
Explore the quintessential American issues of free speech and ethnic pride against the backdrop of the ongoing Columbus Day parade controversy in Denver, Colorado. Navajo filmmaker Bennie Klain takes viewers into this very personal yet very public conflict, asking tough questions about identity and history in America.  
27 minutes
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Finding Refuge
The efforts of one dying woman to preserve her Native culture does not end when she passes, but prompts a renewal in finding pride in that culture. She confronts the violent event over two centuries ago that began the destruction of her people and the shame that colonialism created. 27 minutes


The Oneida Speak
This film is based in part on oral interviews of Oneida Indian elders in Wisconsin conducted between 1939-1941 as a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project sponsored by the federal government. Several stories from these interviews are reenacted, which also includes interviews of contemporary Oneida historians, cultural preservationists, and elders by program producers. Oneida voices, both historic and contemporary, tell Oneida stories of loss and rejuvenation over the past 150 years. 57 minutes
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