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, […]

On 29-30 June, Society of American Indian/Alaska Native Psychologists Virtual Retreat & Convention

If you have the time and interest, check out the information for Society of American Indian/Alaska Native Psychologists Virtual Retreat & Convention on June 29-30, 2020. On the 29th, I’ll give a presentation on one of my main research topics: Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Natives & Cultural Competency & Support for all ASD persons. Please visit the […]

4 Dec -#Films Screening Event and Q&A “UNSEEN UNHEARD // The #Indigenous Perspective” in #Berlin

2019 has been extremely challenging, succinctly put. Endeavoring to finish up my next documentary by the end of this year, a shorter work titled, “ALMOST” on reality, identity and Indigeneity,  and the effects of stigma and prejudice. But before that, I have a couple of more screenings scheduled. On this Thursday, 21 November, in cooperation […]

21 Nov. #Documentary #Screening & Discussion in #Berlin with Xart Splitta & Guest – Karin Louise Hermes

Where – Hasanheide 73, 10967 Berlin Time – 7pm-10pm Language– German & English (film & discussion) Cost – Donations accepted for facilities Facebook Event page   November is Native American Heritage Month, a national holiday in the USA. But there and here in Germany, the dehumanization and objectification of Indigenous peoples, and the minimization or erasure of […]