National Museum of the American Indian
4th St and Independence Ave., SW
Rasmuson Theater, 1st levelEntry through the South Entrance
For directions visit: http://nmai.si.edu/visit/
Meet members of Cultural Survival staff and Our Voices on the Air participants.
"Indigenous Language on Film" short film program:
Spelling Bee. (4min) CANADA.
Daydreams of a Native-language spelling bee inspire a young girl.
A hunter discovers a portal to the spirit world in this moving rendering of a story told in the filmmaker's community.
Candelaria, a healer, attends to her patients with sincerity and humility, making her indispensable for the residents of a village on the Atitlan Lake shore.
Video-magazine created in workshops sponsored by the arts and media organization Yoochel Kaaj brings diverse voices from the south of Mexico.
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