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Haudenosaunee Filmmakers Festival

Haudenosaunee Filmmakers Festival

Haudenosaunee Filmmakers Festival April 19-25, 2021 Now Accepting Submissions The Haudenosaunee Filmmakers Festival is the premier showcase and network for Haudenosaunee film writers, directors, producers and actors. We connect Haudenosaunee filmmakers with resources...
Indigenous Women’s Voices Series: Santee Smith

Indigenous Women’s Voices Series: Santee Smith

Indigenous Women’s Voices Series: Santee Smith Indigenous women are raising their voices, sharing their natural gifts given to them by Creation Rematriation Magazine’s Indigenous Women’s Voices Series Santee Smith Santee Smith is a multidisciplinary artist from...
Indigenously, You!

Indigenously, You!

Indigenously, You! Meet our Beauty Contributor Tara Tarbell Tekahentakhwa, “Holding the Earth” I’m Tara Tarbell. I’m a Mohawk mother and grandmother from Akwesasne, a cancer survivor and founder of Niawen Skincare. I’m so excited to be here and share my knowledge,...
My Water Message for the World

My Water Message for the World

My Water Message for the World Autumn Peltier is a 16-year old Anishinabek Nation Commissioner giving water a voice “My job has been to give water a voice, because we need to protect water for our future and futures to come.” -Autumn Peltier Who am I? Bozhoo! My...
Makaśa Looking Horse: Why I took on Nestlé

Makaśa Looking Horse: Why I took on Nestlé

Makaśa Looking Horse Why I took on Nestlé By Makaśa Looking Horse Host of Ohneganos: Let’s Talk Water Makaśa Looking Horse Fights for Clean Water My Mission to Stop Nestlé I took on Nestlé because I wanted to protect our water. When I found out that Nestlé was...