Broken Rainbow (1987)

Color, 70 min.
Producers: Maria Florio and Victoria Mudd, Director: Victoria Mudd

Examination of the forced relocation of Navajo Indians on Hopi territory in Arizona by the U.S. government. Captures the majesty of sacred Indian lands, and the devastating effect that mining, forced relocation and stock reduction has had on the land and its people. Navajo and Hopi describe eloquently how a century of bureaucratic racism has affected their lives.

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