Tracy Rector is a mixed race Choctaw/Seminole curator and filmmaker, a co-founder of Longhouse Media, and serves as a Seattle Arts Commissioner. Rector has made 360 short films, is currently in production of her third feature documentary, CLEARWATER, and has most recently curated BLOODLINES, featuring contemporary works by Indigenous artists Steven Paul Judd, Nahaan, Lauren Monroe Jr., Raven Julia Juarez, and Frank Peterson on the significance of ancestry, identity, and political action at Bridge Productions.
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Monday, November 21, 2016
Big Business Is Threatening Mother Earth
Right now, corporations threaten the lifeblood of Mother Earth. There are thousands of water protectors mobilized against the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) in Cannonball, North Dakota, on the traditional territories of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, guaranteed to the Tribe in the 1851 and 1868...