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Reciprocity Project: Season 1 - Trailer

Facing a climate crisis, the Reciprocity Project embraces Indigenous value systems that have bolstered communities since the beginning of time.

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September 22, 2021

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz and Jennifer Corpuz: The mother and daughter who fight for Indigenous rights

Seedcast

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz and Jennifer ‘Jing’ Corpuz (Kankana-ey Igorot, Philippines) are policy makers and Indigenous rights advocates as well as mother and daughter.

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July 14, 2021

Picking berries and building power with Indigenous farmworkers

Seedcast

A community of Indigenous Mixteco and Triqui farmworkers were displaced from their homelands and are now organizing to challenge the exploitive work conditions they face in the United States.

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Film

August 9, 2021

Sky Aelans

Sky Aelans was filmed by a cohort of first-time filmmakers from the Solomon Islands and developed in partnership with the Indigenous communities who live in the high mountain forests above 400m – known locally as the “Sky Aelans” or Sky Islands.

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Film

August 20, 2021

Rooted by Mia Kami

Anne Quidez

Meet Mia Kami, a 23-year-old singer/songwriter and activist from the island of Tonga, as well as a 2020 Nia Tero Storytelling Fellow.

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Portrait of Inye Wokoma

Podcast

May 19, 2021

Rooting and re-humanizing in the African diaspora with Inye Wokoma

Seedcast

Guest host Felipe Contreras talks with artist, journalist, filmmaker, and co-founder of Wa Na Wari Inye Wokoma (Kalabari/African-American) about what it means to be Indigenous and part of a diaspora.

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Article

September 29, 2021

Javari Delegation Joins ‘Struggle for Life’ Mobilization in Brazil

John Reid

The Brazilian Indigenous movement launched its Struggle for Life mobilization in Brasília on August 22, 2021. Six thousand people from 176 tribes streamed into the capital from throughout the country.

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Podcast

June 16, 2021

Princess Daazhraii Johnson and the generation reclaiming Gwich'in

Seedcast

Princess Daazhraii Johnson (Neets'aii Gwich'in) is an Indigenous TV and film producer on a journey of learning, reclaiming, and revitalizing her ancestral language of Gwich’in, which is only spoken by a few hundred people.

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Film

April 15, 2021

Indigenous Guardianship

As it has been since time immemorial, Indigenous guardians are the dedicated human stewards who honor the cultural responsibility of taking care of the Earth’s vital ecosystems.

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Javari Delegation Joins ‘Struggle for Life’ Mobilization in Brazil

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Portrait of Victoria Tauli-Corpuz

Victoria Tauli-Corpuz and Jennifer Corpuz: The mother and daughter who fight for Indigenous rights

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Rooted by Mia Kami

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Spotlight: What's Up With Docs - Storytelling as Medicine

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Pacific Northwest Art Fellowship Portrait - Ciara Lacy (Kanaka Maoli)

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Pacific Northwest Art Fellowship - Sizzle Reel

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Pacific Northwest Art Fellow - Lehuauakea (Kanaka Maoli)

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