[AIW] Native Crossroads Film Festival: Warriors, Norman Library Central, Norman, OK/USA, March 26-28, 2020

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Native Crossroads Film Festival

Warriors

Norman Library Central, Norman, OK/USA

March 26 - 28, 2020

http://www.nativecrossroads.org/ 

Not all warriors are stoic. Not all warriors are men. As fighters who take
up the struggles of their people--be they men, women, or children--warriors
come in all manner of guises. They are soldiers, protectors, artists,
educators, and innovators who stand on the front lines, uncompromising and
committed to their causes. The strong warrior tradition among American
Indian people moves beyond the battlefield and motivates writers like
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist N. Scott Momaday, inspires women to care for
one another in the face of gendered violence, and spurs activists who fight
for the environment. 

The eighth annual Native Crossroads Film Festival shows us the faces of the
warriors of the next generation.

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