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What: Houston’s 2nd Annual American Indian Film Festival

June 30th and July 1st 2006

Hosted by: American Indian Genocide Museum

Sponsored by: Rice University Native American Student Association

Tickets: Tickets may be purchased by calling (713) 928-2440. Tickets are $15.00 per day. All proceeds will benefit the Museum.

Where: Rice Cinema at Rice University, 6100 Main (Entrance #8) at Stockton and University blvd.

Activities: Film Festival and Panel Discussion between films

Feature Films: Trudell, Riding with Ghosts, Our Land Our Life,Windrunner and more...

Special Guests:

Russell Means - Actor and activist (Last of the Mohicans, Pathfinder, Black Cloud)

Carrie Dann and Julie Fishel - Activists (To Protect Mother Earth, Broken Treaty at Battle Mountain)

Cody Little Hawk Swimmer (Last of the Mohicans and American Indian Flutist)

Dr. Enrique Maestas (Aztec Dancer and Historian)

Cynthia Wolf (Apache Sculpturer)

Performance by American Indian and Aztec dance group.

The American Indian Genocide Museum is Houston’s newest museum and the only museum exclusively focusing on addressing this tragic phase of American history. The mission of the museum is to bring the truth of the historical tragedy of the annihilation of the American Indian to light through the visual art of sculpture and film. Public education programs are designed to create a memorable learning experience that results in life-changing behavior and the ability to live peaceably with others while building relationships that restore healing, hope and history. The American Indian Genocide Museum is open by appointment only.



Author Information

Steve Melendez
AMERICAN INDIAN GENOCIDE MUSEUM

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