Natives in Charge of Their Narrative

Who Tells the Story Matters

Native Women in the News

Blog Talk Radio | America Meditating

Native News Online | What’s Going on in Indian Country: March 11 – March 24

Indian Country Today | Red Nation Celebration Institute receives $150K grant

NativeNewsOnline | ‘Somebody’s Daughter’ Defines ‘Why We Wear RED’

NativeNewsOnline | Film Industry Veteran Joanelle Romero Launches ‘Indigenous New Media’ To Boost Native Entertainment Deals

Red Nation Celebration Institute | Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences member, Joanelle Romero Improving Native Representation in Entertainment

Red Nation Celebration Institute | As We Lead Up to the Academy Awards Native Women in FILM Festival Highlights a 2020 Approach bringing Indigenous into the Hollywood Conversation

NativeNewsOnline | Q&A: Joanelle Romero Talks Native Women in FILM Festival  

NativeNewsOnline | Free of Iowa Chaos, 2020 Presidential Candidate Candidate Films Speical Intro for MMIW Documentary, ‘Somebody’s Daughter  

NativeNewsOnline | Women of the White Buffalo: Movement of Healing Has Begun 

Deadline by Pete Hammond | Upsets Looming For The Race? ‘Parasite’ On The Rise; The Return Of Oscar Legend Sacheen Littlefeather

Variety By Dave McNary | Film News Roundup: Arthouse Specialist Kino Lorber Launches Digital Platform

Santa Fe New Mexican | Native Women Take Stand Against Violence in S.F.

Women’s Media Center | Media Representation of Native Women: Invisibility, Stereotypes, Whitewashing

KALW Your Call | Raising Awareness about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in the US

National Hispanic Media Coalition | Hollywood Spotlight

SOAR Community Network | In our Nations Capitol

America Meditating | Blog Talk Radio

Free Press |  Anti-Pipeline Cause

Hollywood Progressive | Highlights Anti-Pipeline Cause

Progressive | Strong Women and New Paradigms

NativeNewsOnline | This is not the time to Boycott the Oscars

Censored News | Crying Earth Rise Up


National Hispanic Media Coalition ‘Hollywood Spotlight’ 

February 20, 2018

The strength and determination of Indigenous women is incredible. On this episode of Hollywood Spotlight we are spotlighting Native Women in Film and Television and their upcoming Film Festival. We will also be discussing #WhyWeWearRED – A National Global Campaign initiative that aims to bring awareness to murdered and missing Indigenous women, fighting sexual harassment and assault, and inequality for women in workplaces, including Native Women in Film and Television.



Native Women in FILM in our Nations Capital

March 15, 2017 – SOAR Community Network

March 16, 2017 – Blog Talk Radio

March 8, 2017 – 4th Native Women in Film Festival Highlights Anti-Pipeline Cause

March 7, 2017 – Hollywood Progressive 4th Native Women in Film Festival Highlights Anti-Pipeline Cause

February 28, 2017 – Strong Women and New Paradigms Highlight the Native Women in Film Festival

NativeNews On-line – February 20, 2016

Censored News

Native Max Magazine


Celebrating 29 Years of the Native Narrative through Artist Development


Double the Impact