September 7th at FSK Kino in #Berlin – Our #Documentary Screening & Panel Discussion

In cooperation with Heinrich Böll Stiftung Bildungswerk Berlin, you’re invited to a screening of our documentary, “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way” on September 7th at FSK Kino am Oranienplatz in Berlin. This event is free to the public with funding made possible from the Stiftung Deutsche Klassenlotterie Berlin. You are welcome to share this invitation […]

First Look: #Trailer for in-production #documentary “ALMOST” – On realities, identities & Indigeneity

A short documentary on the intersection of realities, identities and Indigeneity, and the concept of being enough, no matter what or who you are. Following the lives of four people on Asperger’s Syndrome, sexuality, transgenderism and the effects of stigma and prejudice. In production. Description: “Almost normal. Almost acceptable. Almost indigenous. Half, a quarter, a […]

My #Interview on #WDR’s “ZeitZeichen” is now Available Online: “Indian Citizenship Act”

In German and some English, the interview conducted by Claudia Friedrich introduced or continued discussion about today’s ramifications of the Indian Citizenship Act. While many Germans and Americans downplay the relevance of this history, and choose to ignore the implications today, Eurocentric attitudes and behaviors continue to be emulated. Obviously. More people may simply be […]

Tune in June 2nd to Our Interview on #WDR #Zeitzeichen’s Broadcast: “The Indian Citizenship Act”

Tune in June 2nd, our interview by Claudia Friedrich will be part of the (LINK) WDR Zeitzeichen broadcast on “The Indian Citizenship Act”. Make a note to listen in on topics of racism, white supremacist ideology and tokenism, all of which involves Germany’s problematic treatment of Native peoples and cultures today. All intersecting with and part of the […]

March 13th at dBs Music #Berlin – I’ll be a panelist on, “Can you copyright #culture?”

Can You Copyright Culture? “Our lives, and our cultures, are composed of many overlapping stories and histories. More than ever before we have the opportunity to be exposed to, and influenced by, a wealth of different cultures and ideas. But what does that hybridisation mean for culture and how do we avoid a homogenised future? […]