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.
‘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 […]
Source: Maple Syrup: A Sweet Lesson from The First Nations – Gwen Tuinman
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. Source: Heroic fusion: Pop culture meets Indigenous tradition in When Raven Became Spider – Sudbury.com