Red Haircrow (Director & Producer) is an award-winning writer/poet, educator, psychologist and filmmaker with Chiricahua Apache, Cherokee and African American heritage. He was born in Germany to a retired US military family, and grew up mostly in Alabama and Tennessee stateside.
He holds a MA in Native American Studies from MSU Bozeman, a BSc in Psychology, counsels selectively and is available for educational and cultural competency consultation and speaking. His articles and interviews have been published in news sources such as Indian Country Today, STERN, Deutsche Welle, Süddeutsche Zeitung and Mother Jones.
Red Haircrow’s continuing research focuses on Native and BIPOC intergenerational historic trauma, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, and GLBTIIQ needs. Through his multimedia consultation company, Flying With Red Haircrow Productions, he explores opportunities for collaboration in education, film, art, music & more. More details such as videography, bibliography/publications and current projects can be found at www.redhaircrow.com.
Current projects include a world indigenous video game, continuing research on stigma and prejudice relating to psychological disorders and conditions such as ASD, and support of Chiricahua Apache N’de Nation Independent Sovereignty and Self-Sustainability.
Upcoming seminars: “Becoming and Teaching Human Beings – Critical Indigenous Perspectives for Daycare, School and Society” at Institut für den Situationsansatz (ISTA) in Berlin, Germany. March 23-24, 2020.
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