“At this critical time in history, we will be looking to our artists, storytellers,
directors, musicians to give us hope, guidance and entertainment in these
challenging times ahead.” – Joanelle Romero (Humanaitaian)
Native Women Write Conversation Series
Special Event: (panel discussion on Environment, Native Women in Media, the use of film as a tool for social change and sustainability)
Join us as we embark upon this very important transparent conversation, hear from Native Women and our allies; Directors.Producers.Actors.Activists.
Opening Blessing: Julia Bogany Cultural Affair Officer for Tongva Tribe.
Performers: Sarah Koyo Moreno and Lea Sanchez from the Chumash/Smuwic /Tohono O’odham Pima/Mexica nations.
IN PERSON the Panel:
An environmentalist, economist, and writer, known for her work on tribal land claims and preservation, as well as sustainable development.
A media proprietor, an acclaimed actress in film and television, Award winning director, producer, recording artist, singer/songwriter, entrepreneur, humanitarian. Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences member and founder of Native Women in FILM.
Business Manager at T.R.E.A.T.Y since 1999 and the Chair of the T.R.E.A.T.Y Ed. Endowment since Oct 2012. Filmmaker. Board of Directors Native Women in FILM. Wife to late Legendary Russell Means.
Is an award-winning American photographer, author and filmmaker whose work explores love, family and community.
Emmy-winning producer. Internationally acclaimed speaker. Award-winning author. Fearless humanitarian. UN liaison. Honduran Goodwill Ambassador.
** Moderator, Keynote Speaker, Special Guests. To be announced.
Tickets now on sale online: http://nativewomenfilmtv.com/purchase-tickets/