Multimedia Project: Reconciliation Rising
Reconciliation Rising is a multimedia project that showcases the lives and work of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in the U.S. who are engaged in honestly confronting painful and traumatic histories, promoting meaningful and respectful dialogue between Natives and non-Natives, and creating pathways to reconciliation.
Return of the Pawnees film
Once exiled from Nebraska, the Pawnees are now regaining a presence in their homeland due to a remarkable act of reconciliation. In 2007, Roger and Linda Welsh did what few descendants of European immigrants have ever done in the 500-year history of America. They returned their acreage that rests along the Loup River near Dannebrog to its original owners, the Pawnees.
We are honored to be nominated in the 2022 Diversity/Equity/Inclusion Program by the Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Digital Project: Genoa Indian School Digital Reconciliation Project
The Genoa Indian School Digital Reconciliation Project is a space for telling the stories of the American Indian children who attended Genoa, the stories of their communities, and the stories of their descendants. The Project aims to repatriate government records of Nebraska’s Indian boarding school back to their families and tribal nations, to “bring history home.”