Our statement on the #Winnetou #Ravensburger or ANY “Debates” on #Racism #Sexism – 31 August 2022

This is my official statement and sharing of information and situation I’ve experienced due to the on-going controversy of Ravensburger, Winnetou and the “bad faith” arguments, “strawman” examples and false equivalents on Native American stereotypes, cultural appropriation and misrepresentation, and the inherent racism and Eurocentrism at the root of those behaviors and practices. This is […]

At kino.de – “J.K. Rowling und die #Trans *Community: Wo ist das Problem?” What’s the Problem? #Transphobia

“J.K. Rowling und die Trans*Community: Wo ist das Problem?” (In Deutsch). Recently, at http://kino.de on #transphobia & #TERFS, from Kristina Kielblock, a friend who was also a participant in my documentary film, https://forgetwinnetou.com/. It mentions my essay on “two spirit” people, which is also on redhaircrow.com. “The same mentality that ignores #Indigenous rights to self-representation are often those who […]

Preview New #Documentary Film Project “ALMOST” on #Stereotypes of #Indigenous Heritage, Gender & Abilities

You can now preview the new film project I’m working on. The concept of “ALMOST”, of being judged “not enough” based on your heritage, gender, sexuality or cognitive/physical abilities. Due to the racist, toxic structures in society, such behaviors especially target and impact people of color. If you would like to be a part and share your […]

Covering Berlinale 2015: “Kuma Hina-A Place in the Middle”

Photos were taken by me at the premiere of “Lone Ranger” here in Berlin, 2013. For more information, please read my article at Indian Country Today Media Network. 2015 is the 65th year for the film festival, and I’ll be covering the premiere of “Kuma Hina: A Place in the Middle” a documentary by Emmy […]

“Two Spirit”: Tradition, History and Future

Update: The term “Two Spirit” since its agreed creation in the 1990s, like other Native concepts and beliefs, has been appropriated and misunderstood by non-Natives. It is a term for certain Native American people, and misappropriating or using it for others disrespects Native traditions whether the person intends to or not. It is not a […]