Online Sacred Land Film Festival!
Buy Genuine Valium Online It is now clearer than ever: if we want to have a future we need to listen to the voices of indigenous people, embrace the traditional ecological and spiritual knowledge they have so carefully preserved, and together give birth to a transformative new vision to heal ourselves and our planet.
https://poweracademy.nl/lgodqbt2m8n In this time of crisis—as health workers and earth protectors are cheered on by those of us fortunate to be sheltering in our homes—let us take refuge in storytelling. We all find solace in good stories, just as we find sanctuary in our homes and sacred places. The Sacred Land Film Project would like to meet this sad, terrifying moment in history by offering the stories we spent seven years gathering for the Standing on Sacred Ground film series.
http://mgmaxilofacial.com/azh7y9ac2mi Over the next month, to celebrate Earth Day every day, we are presenting a free online film festival. Each of the four episodes of Standing on Sacred Ground will run for a week, followed by an online discussion with key indigenous leaders from the sacred cultural landscapes we were honored to film and whose stories we have endeavored to tell. Join us Thursday, April 23 to meet Winnemem Wintu Chief Caleen Sisk and hear an inspiring update on her efforts to restore endangered salmon to the rivers below Mt. Shasta while she fights U.S. government plans to raise the height of Shasta Dam which would drown out more Winnemem sacred sites.
To watch the films and participate in inspiring discussions please go to our Bullfrog Films Event Page.
https://www.radioculturasd.com.br/qal8ifwgd Here’s the schedule for the free screenings, with one week for each film:
https://popcultura.com.br/ufh414mfr Discussion: Winnemem Chief Caleen Sisk, Thursday, April 23, noon PT/ 3 pm ET
http://www.youthministrymedia.ca/dnft4ddkxz8 In the Altai Republic of Russia and in Northern California, indigenous shamans resist massive government projects that threaten nature and culture.
https://flowergardengirl.co.uk/2022/09/14/7aarj2yq From Papua New Guinea to the tar sands of Canada, native people fight the loss of land, water and health to Big Oil.
https://poweracademy.nl/aucl3lofg3 Free streaming: Friday, May 1 to Thursday, May 7
https://www.radioculturasd.com.br/2vwvyedi8f Aboriginal Australians and Native Hawaiians reclaim land from the government and the military and resist the erosion of culture and environment.
To watch films and sign up to participate in the webinar-style discussions via Zoom go to our Bullfrog Films Event Page.
Please join us—and tell your friends!