$20.00 each

American Outrage

Two Western Shoshone elders, Carrie and Mary Dann, endure decades of struggles against federal marshals for rights to their own land.

$30.00 each

Blossoms of Fire

In Zapotec and Spanish with English subtitles, witness the exuberant Zapotec women of Juchitan in all their passionate and opinionated glory.

$15.00 each

Canoe Way: The Sacred Journey

Documents indigenous tribes and First Nations from Oregon, Washington, Canada and Alaska follow their ancestral pathways through the waters of Puget Sound.

$25.00 each

Columbus Didn’t Discover Us

Documents the First Continental Conference of Indigenous Peoples in the highlands of Ecuador in 1990.

$30.00 each

Coming to Light: Edward S. Curtis and the North American Indians

Retrospective on this famous photographer, exploring the ironies in his story and the controversies in his romantic images of the Indian people he photographed.

$20.00 each

Contemporary Voices Along the Lewis & Clark Trail

Takes viewers through landscapes rich with the living legacy of people whose lifeways have been dramatically altered since their first contact with Europeans.

$25.00 each

Crossing the Rainbow Bridge: Our Story

The telling of this story led to reconnections of Native California families with their relatives in Hawai’i.

$40.00 each

Healing the Hurts

Part of a healing program for Indian people to find their way back to sobriety and wholeness.

$40.00 each

Images of Indians

This fast-moving documentary series critically examines the Hollywood's misrepresentation of Indian peoples.

$30.00 each

In the Heart of Big Mountain

One Diné family struggle with the federal government over the forced relocation of Diné families.

$30.00 each

In the Light of Reverence: Protecting America's Sacred Lands

Elders from three Indian communities tell the stories of the land and the struggle to protect the land.

$50.00 each

In Whose Honor? American Indian Mascots in Sports

Examines the ingrained practice of using racist logos, nicknames, and caricatures of Indian peoples as school “mascots” in sports

$30.00 each

Indian Country Diaries, Part 1: A Seat at the Drum

Explores how Native people in the middle of an urban American culture resist assimilation.

$30.00 each

Indian Country Diaries, Part 2 Spiral of Fire

Explores the challenges faced by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians on their reservation in North Carolina.

$20.00 each

Jim Northrup: With Reservations

In this wild ride of a documentary, viewers accompany Northrup as he travels across Indian Country.

$30.00 each

Lighting the 7th Fire

Skillfully weaves together the prophecy of the Seventh Fire with the issue of treaty rights in Northern Wisconsin.

$20.00 each

Long Before We Were Born

Explores the concept of how people lived before modern conveniences.  DVD can be accompanied by 75-page Teacher Guide.

$25.00 each

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee is the story of the little girl who came to symbolize all of the “lost birds” adopted away from their tribes.

$20.00 each

Making the River: A Documentary Film

A film about punishment and death, transformation and redemption.

$20.00 each

Mino-Bimadiziwin: The Good Life

On the White Earth Reservation, a couple in their late sixties continue to harvest wild rice by canoe the traditional way.

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