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As they face wilderness perils, the feisty schoolteacher, prissy matron, and retired madam bicker constantly. The schoolteacher falls in love with an Indian who comes to their aid. Gig after gig, he's built a cult following without a major label's support, boosting his band's international visibility with more than a dozen TV-worthy songs — including the Emmy-nominated "Come Join the Murder" — that were featured on shows like Sons of Anarchy and Californication.
Darkest Darks, Lightest Lights finds Smith reaching far beyond his own experience for a string of detailed, character-driven songs. This latest album offers up the White Buffalo's strongest material to date, doubling down on Smith's strengths while pushing his sound into new territory. Stripped-down folk. Electrified swamp-soul. Heartland rock.
These reservations have epidemic rates of drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, human trafficking and suicide. The Lakota, also known as the Teton Sioux, are one of the seven Sioux tribes of the Great Plains and one of Federally recognized tribes in America. Once a nomadic tribe living in tipis, they were forced onto the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota in the late 19th century.
The majority of people now live in small trailers that house upwards of 18 family members, many without electricity or running water. The intention of this film is to protect and elevate the voices of native women, too many of whom have been silenced, ignored, abused and forgotten. Increasing the visibility of their powerful journeys through loss, survival, and resilience is an essential part of informing the dialogue regarding feminism, metoo, Black Lives Matter and every movement that aims to heal wounds and complex forces that perpetuate inequality.
These mistreated individuals and communities serve as a mirror for how we as humans have been conditioned to treat one another, ourselves and our environment. Mother Earth is in jeopardy on all fronts, and the First Nations are the keepers of the ancient wisdom and holistic understanding of the land. We are more in need of their knowledge, traditions and healing than ever before.
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A matriarchal society upended by centuries of genocide and colonialism has disenfranchised the Lakota women and simultaneously reinforced their roles as the backbones of their communities and the keepers of their people's ancient wisdom. These are the powerfully rich stories of the brave women and children living in one of the poorest places in the United States. Along this journey, we learnt how it all came to be and heard their hopes for a brighter future.
The results are honest, heart-breaking, beautiful and indispensably pertinent to understanding the world in which we live in today. She is studying Tribal Law and guiding the youth in their Native ways as a competitive dancer and horse racer. She is revered by many for her sacred role as a preparer of traditional foods for ceremony.
CAROL 67 years old - shows younger generations of women the sacred Lakota ceremonies and reminds the Lakota people of their traditional tribal ways in their own language on her weekly radio show. UNCI Grandmother MARIE 97 years old - an elder whose life of activism and unwavering hope has stood in the face of a century of oppression to carry the torch for indigenous rights and value. The Elders are the wisdom keepers.