Updated 20 September 2020
Articles & Appearances
(in order from newest to oldest)
“Ich bin kein Kostüm” (documentary) by Karsten Gravert on 3Sat (February 2021 premiere)
Deutsche Welle Why Germany can’t quit its racist Native American problem.
Neues Deutschland Liebevolles Klischee.
Kostüme sind nicht unschüldig at Zeit Online. Article.
OYA Magazine Vergesst Winnetou
Deutschlandfunk Kultur Die Ureinwohner kommen nicht zu Wort
Süddeutsche Zeitung Glaubensbekenntnis: Red Haircrow
Der Freitag Ich bin nur dem Nein begegnet
Missy Magazine Kulturelle Aneignung und koloniale Gewalt
Frankfurt Postkolonial Filmprojekt: FORGET WINNETOU!
Don’t Frack the NT at Reboot.fm, Dec 4, 2019. With Que Kenny (Western Arrarnta) law student and activist, Rachel O’Reilly, filmmaker director on Indigenous sovereignty, environmental racism and cultural protection.
TRAFO-Ideenkongress zu Kultur, Alltag & Politik auf dem Land in Halle (Saale), Sept. 19, 2018. VIDEO
The Electric Sheep Film Show (Radio/Podcast) Unspoken Cultures (September 19, 2018).
Deutschlandfunk Kultur (Artikel und Podcast) Projekt “Forget Winnetou” gegen Klischees. In English and German.
Reboot.fm (Radioshow/Podcast) The Voices #36. On Standing Rock, indigenous sovereignty and contemporary events in historical context. With music by Frank Waln, A Tribe Called Red, Bear Fox and more. In English.
Voice Republic (Podcast): #RepresentationMatters: Decolonizing Indigeneity. Forget Winnetou! A discussion on the representation of Indigenous and First Nations in America and Germany, in a lecture at Humboldt-University in Berlin. In English.
Not Your Mascots is a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing the misappropriation of Indigenous identity, imagery and culture using our educational and advocacy efforts to provide a more comprehensive understanding of Native people and the damage done to our youth and communities through the misrepresentation and mockery of our identities and culture through mascots, stereotypes and cultural appropriation.
Native Appropriations is a forum for discussing representations of Native peoples, including stereotypes, cultural appropriation, news, activism, and more.
A Tribe Called Geek is dedicated to offering indigenous perspectives on both mainstream and indigenous geek culture and highlighting indigenous contributions to geek culture and S.T.E.M Fields.
First Peoples Worldwide is the first and only Indigenous-led organization working to restore Indigenous Peoples’ control and authority over their assets by making grants directly to Indigenous communities, and by engaging directly with corporations and investors to promote Free, Prior, and Informed Consent.
Honor Our Earth creates awareness and support for Native environmental issues and to develop needed financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable Native communities. Honor the Earth develops these resources by using music, the arts, the media, and Indigenous wisdom to ask people to recognize our joint dependency on the Earth and be a voice for those not heard.
Indigenous Environmental Network is a grassroots network of kickass Indigenous leaders and communities across Turtle Island fighting for Environmental Justice and the Rights of Mother Earth.
Unsettling America-Decolonization in Theory & Practice is an emerging decentralized network of autonomous groups and individuals dedicated to mental and territorial decolonization throughout Turtle Island and the “Americas.”
Native Cry Outreach Alliance is an organization made up of dedicated Native, as well as Non-Native, Americans to support a single and important cause. Native Cry is dedicated to suicide prevention awareness, helping survivors of suicide, and people who suffer a loss from suicide within the Native American community as well as other indigenous peoples around the world.
Native Arts and Cultures Foundation is a Native-led, philanthropic organization dedicated exclusively to the perpetuation of American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian arts and cultures.
Native Research Network is a leadership community of American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and Canadian Aboriginal persons promoting integrity and excellence in research. NRN advocates for high quality research that is collaborative, supportive, and builds capacity. NRN promotes an environment for research that operates on the principles of integrity, respect, trust, ethics, cooperation, and open communication in multi-disciplinary fields.
Awakening the Horse People-Decolonization Writings & Resources for People of European Heritage