Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabe activist) speaks on the process of apology, redemption and healing; through the story of the Pawnee tribe and the return home to their native land in Nebraska.
In one of the key moments of In The Light of Reverence, Vine Deloria comments on the conflict between rock climbers and Native Americans at Devils Tower: “It’s not that Indians should have exclusive rights there. It’s that that location is sacred enough it should have time of it’s own.”
Deloria talks about Native American struggles to safeguard spiritual practices from outsiders. He’s noticed “a desperate need to appropriate from somebody—not necessarily from Indians—an emotional feeling of authenticity,” especially among whites
Vine Deloria Jr. discusses the difference between the materialism of Western religion and the spiritual insights of indigenous religions that are connected to place.
Onondaga Chief Oren Lyons comments on the missed opportunity in American history to base the nation on responsibilities rather than individual rights — in this collection of film interview outtakes from “Standing on Sacred Ground.”
An interview conducted in May of 2008 at the Green Gulch Zen Center in Muir Beach, California. Satish Kumar, editor of Resurgence Magazine, explains to us the real cause of global warming and what we need to do to truly change the course of our society.