Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock
“Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock is more than a documentary; it is a jarring dream sequence, a cinematic poem of juxtaposed images and scenes of life and violence that defined the months-long Indigenous-led protest against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) north of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation.”
– Nick Estes (Lower Brule Sioux Tribe) In his review.
Part of HPAC Climate Awareness series.
Kyle Cadotte, Deia Schlosberg, Teena Pugliese
Myron Dewey, James Spione, Josh Fox
Floris White Bull, Josh Fox, Floris Ptesan Hunka
Other events in 2020
Watch this lively and illuminating conversation between Indigenous leaders from throughout North America that originally took place during the 2020 Indigenous Women's Voices Summit. Click below an...
IWVS: Cultural Revitalization & ProtectionNovember 05, 2020
New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman investigates whether a changing climate could also be one of the drivers of Europe’s worst migration crisis since World War II. He travels to the remote cor...
Years of Living Dangerously: The UprootedOctober 29, 2020
Even though coal plants are shutting down across the country, coal remains a major source of energy in the U.S., and burning it emits toxic pollutants and climate-altering carbon dioxide. America F...