Red  Nation Conversation Series includes Film Screening: End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock 

Landmark E Street Cinema | 555 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

6:00 pm Red is Green Carpet Arrivals, Screening/Panel: 7:00pm – 9:30pm

The discussion will address Water, Natural Law, Human Rights, Climate Change, and the role Media plays in telling our Native Stories.

**”At this crucial time in history, people have sought to gain a greater understanding of the struggle at Standing Rock. The peaceful protests that are taking place in North Dakota symbolize an important modern movement for justice for all of humanity. People are looking to our artists, storytellers, directors, musicians, and Native women to give us hope, guidance, and entertainment.” – Joanelle Romero #OnlyOneWater

Red Nation Conversation Series & Screening

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Moderate: Lawrence O’Donnell of MSNBC The Last Word

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Keynote Speaker: Chairman Ernie Stevens Jr. {Oneida Nation} Chairman and national spokesperson for the National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) in Washington, D.C.

Speakers thus far

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Phyllis Young {Lakota Nation} Activist. instrumental work in 1974, developing the original doc that became “The Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples” to gaining credentials for the original Int’l Indian Treaty Council to have a seat at the table of Nations in 1977. Unwavering leadership against “The Black Snake”.

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Joanelle Romero {Apache/Cheyenne Nations} Humanitarian, Actor, Award-winning Director, Producer, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences member, Only work by an Native filmmaker to have been shortlisted for an Academy Award. Founder of Red Nation Film Festival, Native Women in FILM, Red Nation Television Network.

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Tara Zhaabowekwe Houska {Couchiching First Nation} National Campaigns Director at Honor the Earth

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Shannon Kring Director End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock

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Tim Maloney Eco-Architect


*Special Guest Spiritual leader Sister Jenna has traveled to more than 80 countries, where she
leads humanitarian projects for youth, women, governments, and communities. She is
the recipient of numerous honors, including the President’s Lifetime National
Community Service Award. She is director of the Meditation Museums in the
Washington, DC, area.

Including Performances.

Film Screening: {doc short} End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock. Director Shannon Kring, Producer Pearl Means.

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This event will be broadcast LIVE on Red Nation Television Network – Native is Here. Your #1 Source from the Native Perspective.

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