EARTH DAY CELEBRATION
April 18, 2012
6:30-8pm at the Elks Theatre, located at 512 6th St., Rapid City, SD
Oglala Lakota grandmother and activist Debra White Plume is set to present the independent film “Crying Earth, Rise Up!” at a free Earth Day celebration. White Plume, director of the Manderson-based Owe Aku (Bring Back the Way), is a producer of the feature documentary, a work in progress that is in production about the environmental health threats of uranium mining. “Crying Earth, Rise Up!,” a women’s perspective about uranium’s effect on air, land and water in the northern Plains, is being made in collaboration between the Chicago-based Prairie Dust Films and Lakota Media Project, which is a young Native American filmmaker’s endeavor. For further info, contact Mary Jo Farrington at (605) 716-5166.
2012 UNITING THE EAGLE AND THE CONDOR KEYNOTE PANEL BUILDING INDIGENOUS TRANSNATIONAL SOLIDARITIES
Friday, April 27, 2012
University of Texas/ Austin’s First Annual Native American and Indigenous Student Symposium
Alkiva Auditorium 1912 Speedway, Austin TX.
PLEASE JOIN THE FROZEN RIVER FILM FESTIVAL AT THE SCREENING OF CRYING EARTH RISE UP
The Frozen River Film Festival is dedicated to documentary films that engage, educate and activate our community to become involved in the world. We are excited to share our film with the upper midwest.
CRYING EARTH RISE UP ANNOUNCES ITS FESTIVAL PREMIERE AT THE 21ST SEDONA FILM FESTIVAL
February 21-March 1
We are excited to return to the Sedona Film Festival with the premiere of Crying Earth Rise Up. Screening details will be announced by the end of January.