In 2007 I started reading, listening to, and watching words, works by American/Native Indians, because suddenly I realized I didn't know what had happened to them, after the genocidal attempts by the US American government. I did find them, and wow!!! So now I'm trying to publish here examples of their work so that you can all learn about it, from it. Here's all I've got at home, in case you wish to get some of this stuff or borrow it from me, to write a little review about it (I won't be lending anything if I don't get something in exchange!!! Barter!!!)
I need to link/write to all the publishers, but I've already worked on some...
|Books||DVDs & CDs|
Reinventing the Enemy's Language. Contemporary Native Women's Writings of North America (prose and poetry), edited by Joy Harjo and Gloria Bird
| Smoke Signals (movie)
Hanta Po. All of You Out of My Way. A Historical Photographic Essay on the American Indian Movement (documentary) by Dick Bancroft
The Spirit of Annie Mae by the National Film Board of Canada (documentary)
Wounded Heart. Pine Ridge and the Sioux (documentary) by Blue Wood Films
American Indian Forum on Racism in Sports and Media (documentary) ¿by American Indian Movement?