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These award-winning classic films on DVD are used worldwide
by thousands of colleges, native nations (tribes), public libraries,
environmental & law organizations for courses in native american
studies, anthropology, minority and gender studies, history,
environmental studies, law and sociology and more.
They come with the on-site public performance license.

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Joanne Woodward

Leonard Peltier

Robert Redford

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Narrated by Robert Redford
A film by Joel L. Freedman

Now a motion picture "classic"... the Western Shoshone
of Nevada fight to protect 24,000,000 acres of their
Treaty land, save their sacred pinion trees and preserve
their way of life.

Narrated by Robert Redford
A film by Joel L. Freedman

"The powerfull sequel to the acclaimed Broken Treaty At Battle Mountain
- A gripping, contemporary story of the Western Shoshone people's fight to save
Indian ancestral lands from illegal seizure and nuclear destruction!"
- National Congress of American Indians

A Film by Suzie Baer
This film is a shocker and is the true story of Americas #1 political
prisoner - Native American, who after 25 years is still in jail, framed by the
U.S. Government for his fight against the oppression of his people.
Endorsed by Leonard himself and by the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee.

Introduced and Narrated by Joanne Woodward
A Video by Joel L. Freedman

" A stunning theatrical performance by the Saami People of the Arctic dramatizing
One Thousand Years of Indigenous history, with fantastic music, unique chanting
and weird and wonderful masks. Filmed at the Olympic Games at Lillehammer!
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- The Westport News