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Thomas Martinez, Gabby Nakai, and Tamara Hardy answer questions from the audience after the film’s premiere.

Thomas Martinez, Gabby Nakai, and Tamara Hardy answer questions from the audience after the film’s premiere.

Mister Rogers & Me, A Documentary Film About Fred Rogers by his Real-Life Summer Neighbor

Mister Rogers & Me, A Documentary Film About Fred Rogers by his Real-Life Summer Neighbor

"I feel so strongly," he said, "that deep and simple is far more essential than shallow and complex." - Fred Rogers ☺ 46 Things I Learned Making Mister Rogers & Me

Did you miss the events at NCAI for raising awareness about violence against Native women? Learn more about what happened and the impacts of VAWA in this report from ONR (Oklahoma News Report). #VAWA #Oklahoma #NativeAmerican

Did you miss the events at NCAI for raising awareness about violence against Native women? Learn more about what happened and the impacts of VAWA in this report from ONR (Oklahoma News Report).

Reel Injun (2011): A documentary about native representation throughout film history.

Reel Injun A documentary about native representation throughout film history.

NAPT Executive Director Shirley Sneve introducing the The Medicine Game at the 12th Annual Native Cinema Showcase in Santa Fe, NM.

NAPT Executive Director Shirley Sneve introducing the The Medicine Game at the Annual Native Cinema Showcase in Santa Fe, NM.

Gary Farmer, Tantoo Cardinal, Smoke Signals  (Photo credit: (c)Miramax/Courtesy Everett Collection)

Gary Farmer, Tantoo Cardinal, Smoke Signals (Photo credit: (c)Miramax/Courtesy Everett Collection)

Sisters Maxine Wildcat Barnett (left) and Josephine Wildcat Bigler; two of the final surviving elderly speakers of Yuchi, visiting their grandmother’s grave in a cemetery behind Pickett Chapel in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. According to the sisters, their grandmother had insisted that Yuchi be their native language.

One language dies every 14 days. By the next century nearly half of the roughly languages spoken on Earth will likely disappear, as communities abandon native tongues in favor of English, Mandarin, or Spanish. What is lost when a language goes silent?

Robin Charboneau, in Kind Hearted Woman

Kind Hearted Woman Update (and Workshop)

Just in time for Native American Heritage Month, an update from the star of the documentary Kind Hearted Woman, Robin Charboneau a.

The cast and crew of Up Heartbreak Hill at the film’s premiere at the KiMo Theater in Albuquerque, N.M. Image courtesy of NAPT. From left to right: Producer Christina King; former Navajo Pine coach Gavin Sosa; Shawn Hardy, Erica’s husband and third-grade teacher/assistant cross-country coach in Navajo, N.M.; Producer/Director Erica Scharf; Tamara Hardy; Gabby Nakai; and Thomas Martinez.

The cast and crew of Up Heartbreak Hill at the film’s premiere at the KiMo Theater in Albuquerque, N.M. Image courtesy of NAPT. From left to right: Producer Christina King; former Navajo Pine coach Gavin Sosa; Shawn Hardy, Erica’s husband and third-grade teacher/assistant cross-country coach in Navajo, N.M.; Producer/Director Erica Scharf; Tamara Hardy; Gabby Nakai; and Thomas Martinez.

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