Recent articles and interviews about our documentary, and featuring interviews by Red Haircrow, can be found at the links below, and also in print edition. Both are in Deutsch.
March 23rd at Der Freitag- „Ich bin nur dem Nein begegnet“ by Matthias Dell
March 3rd at Süddeutsche Zeitung- Glaubensbekenntnis Red Haircrow by Ronen Steinke
Director Red Haircrow was in studio at Deutschlandradio Kultur‘s radio show “Kompressor” talking about our documentary and crowdfunding campaign, and the continuing rise of indigenous resistance, which was sparked by the Standing Rock camps against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Online article in Deutsch, and available as a podcast in the same. The English version of the podcast can be found at the end of the article.
Why our documentary & information is even more important and timely! Colonialism & racism is a killing and crippling disease and stereotypes and objectification are symptoms. Article by Red Haircrow regarding the Karl May Museum’s curator, Robin Leipold, February 21, 2017 “case study” release on the Native American human remains they continue to refuse to respectfully repatriate. German author Karl May created the pseudo-American Indian character/symbol “Winnetou.” Please read Leipold’s article, which many informed on decolonization have criticized for it’s inherent white privilege and supremacist assumptions and stance.
German Museum’s Lastest on Human Remains? WE Decide, Not You. We’re in Control.
Our crowdfunding campaign continues, please help us reach our goal! Timo & Red have been researching and working on this project for years, completely out of pocket, and are trying to finish up the documentary. Visit out IndieGoGo campaign link or if you’d rather contribute via a German bank account transfer, please contact us via the template form accessible through the left hand menu.
We’re pleased to have Johnnie Jae as an interviewee! Speaking on Native #Stereotypes, the effects on all concerned, sure, but mostly on what Natives are doing now. What’s going on? How do Natives respond to continued misrepresentation? Why is decolonization so important?
“Johnnie Jae is of the Otoe-Missouria and Choctaw tribes of Oklahoma, the founder of A Tribe Called Geek, managing partner of Native Max Magazine , and contributor to Native News Online. She is the manager and producer for the Success Native Style Radio Network. She is also a founding board member of Not Your Mascots and Live Indigenous OK.”
Description and her podcast interview on NextGen Natives.
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