"Rarely has a film been able to fully capture the complexity of these contemporary social justice concerns through historical accounts and personal narratives.” George S Leibowitz, PhD
Stony Brook University
School of Medicine and Social Welfare
“Dodging Bullets was a powerful and compelling documentary that revealed the injustices against Indigenous peoples... brilliantly wove together a positive path to healing through ceremony and cultural identity.”
Rain L. Marshall, JD, (Ihanktonwan),
Lecturer, Humboldt State University
“It allows the non-native audience to truly hear and see the pain without blatant finger pointing or going the other direction by making it more palatable for non-natives tastes” Highly recommended by over 95% of educators Kimberly Whitewater Wakjexiwiga
Community Supportive Services Division Director
HCN Social Services

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Ho Honor in Racism Protest

Bullet Hole in Wall

Leonard Thompson 1855 Treaty Rights

Lake Andes, SD

Treaty Rights

1855 Treaty Protest

Santee Nebraska

Treaty Zone

Chief Hole in the Day Lake

Turtle Mountain

Police Killings No One is Talking About

Dorene Day

Marty Boarding School, Marty, SD

Winona LaDuke

No Honor in Racism

Youth text books

Boarding School, Nebraska

Wounded Knee, South Dakota

Ho Chunk Nation Suicide Prevention Running Team

Keith Ellison

Melvin Lee Houston

Highway 2, Montana

Mike Her Many Horses

Tribal Nations Maps

Jesse Ventura

President Barack Obama

Historical Records, Flandreau, SD

Larry Leventhal

Buffalo in South Dakota

Genoa, Nebraska

Bill Means

Dr Rachal Yehuda

Faith Spotted Eagle

Rick McArthur

Minneapolis Police at the No Honor in Racism Rally

Brea Standingcloud Painting

Native American Women Playing Lacrosse

Crosses at Burial site in Santee Nebraska

Tall Paul

Karlee Fellner

Clyde Bellecourt

Unclassified