When Raven Became Spider is anexhibit showcasing comic book imagery combined with stories and themes from traditional and contemporary Indigenous culture, on until Oct. 29. And the colourful, pop-art style pieces present a unique take on everyone’s favourite superheroes.
Sterlin Harjo on the Dos and Don’ts of Filming in Indian Country | International Documentary Association
I see film crews, all the time, grabbing the first loud, “chief-y” Indian that they can (usually men) and letting them speak for a huge, diverse, community at large. My biggest advice is to never interview the people that are trying to get in front of the camera. Source: Sterlin Harjo on the Dos and […]
‘Deer Woman: An Anthology’ Sheds Light on Violence Against Native Women in North America · Global Voices
Deer Woman is a figure who appears in numerous Native traditions across North America. Although her story takes on different shapes and forms, in many versions Deer Woman “is a powerful, spirit-being meant to remind us (People of creation) to remember our responsibilities, to tend the fire, and to be aware of the powerful forces […]