Repatriation, Racism & Eurocentrism in #Germany – Why I had to complete #documentary #ForgetWinnetou!

6yrs later. And don’t dare say, “You have to be patient, these things take time”. Why? Because that is solely based on White time and privilege. They don’t need any praise for this either, many treated the topic and Natives shamefully. And the continued minimization of stereotypes and hobbyism (by some Natives, too), and the […]

The Persistence of False Equivalents & the Justification of “Indian” Experts – Twitter’ing

I work everyday in some way with BIPOC and persons of European heritage who are working to make the world a better place for all peoples, albeit they may be doing so in quite different ways. It’s a multi-faceted problem our world is facing, so of course, multi-faceted and many-vectored ways are needed to create […]

29 September – “Playing Indian” a Day of Discussions & Workshops at MARKK in Hamburg

On September 29th, I’ll be joining Harmut Lutz (in our documentary, too) and others on the topic of “Playing Indian” at the Museum am Rothenbaum in Hamburg. I’ll be giving a workshop in the afternoon, which will include select scenes from Forget Winnetou- Loving in the Wrong Way. There is a full-day of discussions and events, […]

2 March in #Berlin a #Fokusgruppengespräche on Cross-Cultural Solidarity – I’ll be on panel

Organized by and at Xart Splitta, Red Haircrow will participate in a Fokusgruppengespräche with others. The theme? Cross cultural solidarity – “The idea is an open conversation/discussion’s main goal will be to work out the current “needs, wishes, demands” in regard to cross-community solidarity.” Moderated by Xart Splitta, other panelists will also include Mai Zeidani-Yufanyi, […]

New at #DeutscheWelle “Why #Germany can’t quit its racist #NativeAmerican problem”

And despite claiming to be open-minded and non-racist, it is no surprise to us that except for one film festival solely dedicated to “immigrant” and refugee issues, not one German film festival, distributor or TV/Media source or outlet accepted or showed interest in our film, “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way”. Yet many others […]