Here is “How the Legacy of Native Americans’ Forced Assimilation Lingers Today,” featuring the documentary “Little Dream Catchers.”
The White Earth Nation has released a video documenting some of the work being done to help at risk youth in the community.
Impacts of drug abuse are being felt in our homes, schools, workplaces, and in our daily lives. The devastation from this drug abuse is fragmenting our families, contributes to the neglect of our children and threatens to destroy our communities. Our culture is a guide and a source of security in good times and in bad. Many of our teachings handed down from our elders are in danger of being lost, but through our cultural teachings we as people gain strength and understanding. Watch how a determined effort by the White Earth Nation is making a positive change in our community and a difference in the lives of at risk youth.
Link to the video here
Here is “Vizenor resigns as White Earth chair” from the Bemidji Pioneer.
And her personal announcement: Erma public Letter_Jan20
I have found Erma Vizenor to be one of the most visionary and ethical tribal leaders. This is a tough loss for Indian country. Hopefully, Ms. Vizenor will continue her good work.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month.
This documentary film was developed to be an educational and training tool based on the work produced by the Minnesota Accessing Paths to Safety Project.
The film chronicles the the first-hand stories of American Indian woman survivors of sexual violence and domestic abuse with disabilities from the White Earth Nation. Learn about their history and tradition, the impact of historical trauma and intergenerational grief, and the resources available for survivors on and around the reservation.
Link to the video here.