Tremendous Event! 12-15 October: Reparation Days 2017 & #NativeAmerican Remains in German Museums

There are hundreds, and doubtless thousands of Native American sacred items, objects and human remains in Germany. Before and after, but especially during their colonial period (1871-start of WWI) graverobbing, looting and theft by German “scientists” took place around the world, including North America. This past week I participated in Reparation Days 2017, with final […]

The Challenges & Realities of Humboldt Forum in #Berlin #NoHumboldt21

Three years ago I wrote an article for Indian Country Today Media Network, which was titled “Naked Faux Savages and Neo-Racism in Berlin”, to which I posted a link here on my blog. A particular museum in Berlin has chosen to have a theater troupe perform a fake potlatch ceremony, in which naked performers sexualized their […]

Aug 24- Q&A for Pop-up Cinema Screening “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” at Bi’bek in #Berlin

  Aug.24-I’ll be part of a Pop-Up Cinema #10 Q&A with audiences, along with Jason Ryle from imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival. Event in association with Berlinale NATIVe and Humboldt Forum. Free admission to see this terrific drama-comedy “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” directed by Taika Waititi. Synopsis: “The rebellious Ricky is growing up without […]

Film Review: “In Football We Trust” (2015)- Samoans in the NFL

Originally posted on Red Haircrow Review:
(Photo from their Official site please follow the link to read more.) Country: USA | American Samoa Release Date: 23 January 2015 Filming Locations: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, America Samoa Directors: Tony Vainuku, Erika Cohn Description: “In Football We Trust” captures a snapshot in time amid the rise…

Tell A Yarn

Originally posted on K.I.N. Knowledge in Indigenous Networks:
by Rachel Petero (Originally posted on http://www.rachelpetero.com/tell-a-yarn/) Photo credit: Noritta Morseu-Diop The word yarn or yarning has taken on a whole new meaning since returning from Australia this week. I’ve spent the last few weeks surrounded by story-tellers telling a yarn. I’ve listened to men stand…