A panel discussion will follow the film, moderated by Sami Chen, president of Stanford Native American Graduate Students.
Panelists are: Gregg Castro, (T'rowt'raahl Salinan/Rumsien Ohlone), who works on indigenous cultural preservation in California; Ana Khanna, a faculty member of De Anza College's Communciation and Intercultural studies departments; Makha Blu Wakpa (Cheyenne River Sioux), a researcher and consultant on indigenous language; Tria Blu Wakpa, a postdoctoral fellow at U.C. Riverside's dance department and an assistant professor of dance at UCLA whose research and art focuses on indigenous and Native American topics; Angniq Woods-Orrison (Koyukon Athabascan), a collegiate wrestler and psychology student at Menlo College; and Gary Norris Gray (First Nation Leni-Lenape Tribe-New Jersey-Canada), a writer, historian, disability activist and radio host.
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