#why we wear red

JOIN US 11th Native Women in FILM Festival February 5 & 6. 2020 Lumiere Cinema. Beverly Hills. CA. Screening four Top Indigenous Award-Winning films!

 Native Women in FILM & Television. A Global Campaign initiative that aims to bring awareness to the Lack of Inclusion of Native Women in Film and Television, Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women & Girls, Climate Justice, Human Trafficking, Sexual Harassment, Assault, Inequality for women in all kinds of workplaces. Violence against the land is violence against women.

Native Women in FILM *Why We Wear RED* had its first press conference, August 14th, 2018 in Santa Fe NM. Santa Fe is the oldest capital city in the United States and the oldest city in New Mexico.

Why We Wear RED and its National Media Coalition is an advocacy group devoted to securing the freedoms, human rights, protecting American Indian culture and the environment while increasing and improving portrayals of American Indian & Indigenous women in the media, including advocating for communications policies.

Why We Wear RED founded on January 7, 2018, by actor/director/founder/humanitarian Joanelle Romero of Red Nation Celebration Institute (RNCI), is the longest standing Native Arts & Cultural nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, with an office in Santa Fe New Mexico, with strong bases of support in North America and Europe.

Please visit Native Women in FILM to learn more: https://nativewomeninfilm.com/why-we-wear-red/


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