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“First Daughter and the Black Snake” Lights the Path

LA PROGRESSIVE's Dick Price wrote: Besides being a masterfully conceived, thoroughly engaging film, what makes "First Daughter" so moving is the heartening solution it offers in these dark times. There are two videos at this link... READ: "First Daughter and the Black Snake" Lights the Path - LA Progressive

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Seventh Fire: Open Roads and Dead Ends on a Native American Reservation (FILM)

by Sophia Nguyen | HARVARD MAGAZINE 7.22.16 The Seventh Fire opens with an image of a road in the dark, pulling the audience into a harsh and little-seen world: the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota. The documentary’s 71 minutes are largely confined to the town of Pine Point, and its grim sights: houses covered… Continue reading Seventh Fire: Open Roads and Dead Ends on a Native American Reservation (FILM)