Native activist and thought leader Mark Charles tells a metaphorical story he composed to express the feeling of being Native American and adjust the posture and heart of dominant culture towards Native peoples.
Officially selected at Chain NYC Film Festival, Through My Eyes Film Festival, Southern Margins International Short Film Festival, and Ancient Way Film Festival.
Take 4 minutes to listen as we commemorate the beginning of The Long Walk of the Navajo in August of 1864.
Produced, directed, filmed, and edited by Sebastian Rogers for Peripheral Vision PDX
Story by Mark Charles
Wood block prints by Stefan Wolf Art
Animation by Lizeth nino
Music by Michael Blake and Brian Hall
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