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Native Spirit & The Sun Dance Way are two unique, feature

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Native Spirit & The Sun Dance Way are two unique, feature-length documentaries contained in a 2-Disc DVD with an additional 90 minutes of rich special features.
Total Running time: 3 hrs. 15 min.

In Native Spirit, Cree Indian actress Tantoo Cardinal (Dances with Wolves), transports the viewer to the days of Red Cloud when, « Our old men talked with spirits and made good medicine. Our young men herded the horses and made love to the girls. In this way we lived and were happy ». The voices of Plenty Coup, Fools Crow, Black Elk and other great leaders of their day, convey the heartbreaking story of their people’s oppression and their ultimate triumph of the spirit.

In The Sun Dance Way, the words of Thomas Yellowtail, a revered Sun Dance chief of the Crow Indian tribe, are brought to life by the internationally known Cree Indian actor, Gordon Tootoosis (Legends of the Fall). Unique photographs and video footage of sun dances, from as far back as 1903, reveal the symbolism and mystical beauty of the ancient ceremony which remains at the center of the Plains Indians’ lives today. « Once you know about these things, you will also love them, because you will see that without a sense of the sacred, you are less than a man. » – Thomas Yellowtail

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DVD Special Features include

Conversations with the El

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DVD Special Features include

Conversations with the Elders
Videos about the sweatlodge, sacred pipe ceremony, vision quest, songs from the dun dance and much more.

A beautiful full color companion book, Native Spirit: The Sun Dance Way, is also available. The words of Thomas Yellowtail, and quotes from elders from several tribes across the United States and Canada, are illustrated with breathtaking images of this unique cultural and sacred ceremony.

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In The Sun Dance Way, the words of Thomas Yellowtail, a rev

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In The Sun Dance Way, the words of Thomas Yellowtail, a revered Sun Dance chief of the Crow Indian tribe, are brought to life by the internationally known Cree Indian actor, Gordon Tootoosis (Legends of the Fall). Unique photographs and video footage of sun dances, from as far back as 1903, reveal the symbolism and mystical beauty of the ancient ceremony which remains at the center of the Plains Indians’ lives today. « Once you know about these things, you will also love them, because you will see that without a sense of the sacred, you are less than a man. » – Thomas Yellowtail

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In Native Spirit, Cree Indian actress Tantoo Cardinal (Danc

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In Native Spirit, Cree Indian actress Tantoo Cardinal (Dances with Wolves), transports the viewer to the days of Red Cloud when, « Our old men talked with spirits and made good medicine. Our young men herded the horses and made love to the girls. In this way we lived and were happy ». The voices of Plenty Coup, Fools Crow, Black Elk and other great leaders of their day, convey the heartbreaking story of their people’s oppression and their ultimate triumph of the spirit.

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« Our Spirits Don’t speak English: Indian Boarding School » is a Native American perspective « Our Spirits Don’t speak English: Indian Boarding School » is a Native American perspective on Indian Boarding Schools. This DVD produced by richheape.com uncovers the dark history of U.S. Government policy which took Indian children from thier homes, forced them into boarding schools and enacted a policy of educating them in the ways of Western Society. This DVD gives a voice to the countless Indian children forced through a system designed to strip them of their Native American culture, heritage and traditions. (more)
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In 1869 the US government forced large numbers of Indian children into Boarding Schools wh In 1869 the US government forced large numbers of Indian children into Boarding Schools where brainwashing techniques were used to try to assimilate them and teach them the ways of western society. A popular term was « Kill the Indian, Save the man ». Children were stolen from their family, humiliated, physically and mentally abused. More than 100,000 Indian children were stripped of their language, cultural heritage and identity. (more)
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Walela, the Cherokee language word for Hummingbird and the symbol of inspiration for this Walela, the Cherokee language word for Hummingbird and the symbol of inspiration for this harmonious family of women singers. Rita Coolidge, Laura Satterfield, Priscilla Coolidge, 12 of the most beautiful and melodic songs created by Walela and included in this DVD produced by Rich-Heape Films, Inc. to benefit SNPPI’s diabetes awareness projects. (more)
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An enchanting collection of Indian stories and legends that will entertain children and ad An enchanting collection of Indian stories and legends that will entertain children and adults alike with Gregg Howard’s traditional Cherokee way of Native American storytelling. Stories include: Flying Squirrel, Dream Catcher, Democracy, Hawk & Hunter, Strawberries. How Deer Got the Antlers Instead of Rabbit, Origin of Fire, Plieades and the Pine Tree, Why Possum’s Tail is Bare, 18 stories in all on 1 dVD (more)
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This DVD looks at the ancient health and healing methods of American Indians. It discusses This DVD looks at the ancient health and healing methods of American Indians. It discusses the invaluable contributions the Native Americans made to our early frontier heritage and shows how many of those same healing plants and herbs are an important source of today’s modern methods of maintaining health. Learn Native American healing practices from traditional tribal elders. Learn from today’s respected physicians thecrossover of ancient Native American healing remedies to present-day medical practices. Discover the contents of a 350 year old Indian medicine bag. Learn about Herbal healing remedies for Heart & Circulatory, Arthritis, Female conditions, Respiratory, Asthma, Skin Conditions, Digestive tract. Sinus and much more… The point is clearly made that what has been effective for thousands of years may still be the best means of maintaining a healthy lifestyle today. (more)
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This excellent Native American DVD video teaches you how to search out your Native America This excellent Native American DVD video teaches you how to search out your Native American ancestors, obtain tribal citizenship, how to research the Dawes Rolls and discover your heritage. Obtain your Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood and establish your roots within the Circle of Life. This process could have you enrolled in as little as ninety days. Discover your Native American Heritage… for you, for your children, and for their children after them. Learn how to obtain a CDIB card! (Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood), obtain your Tribal Citizenship, find listings of over five hundred federally recognized American Indian Tribes. Learn how and where to research the Dawes Rolls & using Internet sites to assist your search. This is a great tool for tracing your Indian genealogy and will help guide you in your research. (more)
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This Native American produced video explores the issue of racial identity among Native and This Native American produced video explores the issue of racial identity among Native and African Americans. « We were told ‘if you could pass for white, that’s who you’d be; if not, it was usually better to be identified as black than Indian. » lack Indians have been virtually forgotten except by those who shared Native American, African American heritages. Even
today, black Indians meet skeptics who refuse to accept their ancestry. This film brings to light a forgotten part of Americans past — the cultural and racial fusion of Native and African Americans. Narrated by James Earl Jones, « Black Indians: An American Story » explores what brought the two groups together, what drove them apart and the challenges they face today. It examines
the coalescence of these two groups in American history. Discounted, and often
ignored by mainstream America, these minority peoples have often shared a
common past. However, with their heritage ignored and their contributions
denied they are all but invisible at the dawn of the new millennium. Voted the Best Native American Film 2001.
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http://www.richheape.com – Producing award-winning Cherokee and other Native American Indian vide http://www.richheape.com – Producing award-winning Cherokee and other Native American Indian videos, films and movie dvds & CDs dedicated to inform, educate and encourage awareness of the history, cultures, languages, traditions and aspirations of Indigenous Peoples. Rich-Heape Films, Inc. (more)
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« Trail Of Tears » http://www.richheape.com – Rich-Heape Films, Inc. Nearly a quarter of the Cherok « Trail Of Tears » http://www.richheape.com – Rich-Heape Films, Inc. Nearly a quarter of the Cherokee Nation froze or starved to death on the trail to Oklahoma Indian Territory. This video explores America’s darkest period: President Andrew Jackson’s Indian Removal Act of 1830 and the forced removal of the Cherokee Nation to Oklahoma in 1838. Nearly a quarter of the Cherokee National died during the Trail of Tears, arriving in Indian Territory with few elders and even fewer children. Presented by Wes Studi and narrated by James Earl Jones, « Trail of Tears Cherokee Legacy » has already captured an impressive array of awards including a Nammy for best long video. Known worldwide as « The Nammys » – Nama (Native American Music Awards) is an ultimate celebration of music & video honoring the outstanding achievements of today’s leading Native American artists. (more)
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