"I am not Indian. I am Dene and we speak Dënesųłiné" [follow this link to find a brief synopsis and analysis of a documentary, which explores the way First Nation's People have been represented in Hollywood film and why representation matters: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2011/12/reel-injun.html]
"Do white folks using the term reverse racism know they're admitting that white folks are the source of racism?" And do they know that even more baffling than how ridiculous the term "reverse racism" sounds, the idea it is supposed to call forth is a complete falsehood? [follow this link to find a documentary that discusses race and racial politics in America]
Stand Behind the Lakota Grandmothers! Lakota Elders take back their strength - Red Cry is an original, feature-length documentary film chronicling the lives of Lakota Elders and Oyate (people) in the face of ongoing genocide against the Lakota by government and corporate interests.
“Mohawk Girls,” which chronicles the lives of three Mohawk women growing up on the Kahnawake reserve just across the St. Lawrence River from Montreal. This ’05 film directed by Tracey Deer is an window into the lifestyle of present-day Native Americans and the struggle they face balancing their culture with the draws of modern life outside the reserve.
Controversy surrounding racist Halloween costumes have become a routine part of the holiday on college campuses. Some Ohio University students decided to get in front of the problem this year--and they're making a national sensation doing so.