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2022
Location Managers Guild International April 2022 newsletter

Blog Talk Radio America Meditating

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

Indian Country Today by Sandra Hale Schulman Red Nation Celebration Institute receives $150K grant

2021

Location Managers Guild International November 2021 Newsletter

LakelandTODAY by Rahma Dalmar Local actress wins international awards for Monkey Beach

Native News Online by Tamara Ikenberg Here’s What’s Going on in Indian Country: Nov. 5 – Nov. 11

Native News Online by Tamara Ikenberg Red Nation Film Festival: Native Film Festival Founder Focuses on Telling Native Stories Onscreen

Variety by Katie Song 26th Red Nation International Film Festival Focuses on Inclusion of Indigenous Artists — Film News in Brief

Native News Online by Tamara Ikenberg Here’s What’s Going On In Indian Country: Aug. 12

USA Today by Sammy Gibbons These award shows honor diverse communities often overlooked by Oscars, Golden Globes

North Jersey by Sammy Gibbons These award shows honor diverse communities often overlooked by Oscars, Golden Globes

2020

Variety by Jazz Tangcay ‘Monkey Beach’ Sweeps at Red Nation Film Festival Awards

MyPrinceGerogeNow PG actress helps Monkey Beach win Best Picture at Red Nation Film Festival

BusinessWire ‘KISS THE GROUND’ Red Nation International Film Festival Bestows Its Humanitarian Chief Dan George Award To Acclaimed Directors Josh and Rebecca Tickell

Variety by Jazz Tangcay Indigenous Films to Watch at the Virtual Red Nation Film Festival

LMGI News LMGI Partners with Red Nation Celebration Institute  

CENTRALNCN The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

FOX 40 WICZ-TV The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

WBOC TV 16 The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

KTVN The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

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SNN The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

KFOL The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

PANHANDLENCN The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

RiverCountry The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

Fox 21 Delmarva The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

RFD-TV The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

WFMJ The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

Movie Press Releases The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

EIN Presswire The LMGI & RNCI Partner to Promote Inclusivity & Equity with Native American Film Career Development Program

2019

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

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

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

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 

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

2018

USC Story https://uscstoryspace.com/2018-2019/fathima/Fall_Final/

Santa Fe New Mexican Story The Art, Activism and Activity around Indian Market

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