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Federal EPA Recognizes Land as "Navajo Country"; Major Victory Against Uranium Mining
Download "The Navajo Nation" (PDF)

February 8, 2007

Sacred Ground - A Tribute To Mother Earth: Soars Into Grammy Week After Carnegie Hall Performance By Featured Artist Joanne Shenandoah

February 7, 2006

Getting Evon: Evon Peter, director of Native Movement, answers Grist's questions

February 6, 2006

Standing Room Only at Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival
January 19, 2006

Clif Bar founder produces Grammy nomination
San Francisco Business Times
December 15, 2005

Beautifully crafted docu "Homeland" focuses on activists in four far-flung NativeAmerican reservations and their David-and-Goliath struggles to preserve their lands...
Variety(review) online November 14, 2005,
in print December 5-11, 2005.

Documentary Explores Environmental Threats to Native American Lands
By Jenny Shank
New West
November 8, 2005

Streams of White Light into Darkened Corners: the Mill Valley Film Festival shines a spotlight on the extraordinary true stories of unknown and marginalized human beings.
By David Templeton
The Bohemian
October 5, 2005

Mill Valley Film Festival Guide
October 1, 2005

Vancouver International Film Festival Guide
October 1, 2005

Vancouver Fest Launches New Film Centre
September 7, 2005

Homeland: Four Portraits of Native Action” (Review)
Tulsa College of Law Library News
August 30, 2005

"Film: Navajos Battle Mining"
Santa Fe New Mexican
August 19, 2005

"Film to explore history of Native Americans"
Bangor Daily News
July 22, 2005

"Economic pressures shape tribal environmental fights"
By Ray Routhier
Portland Press Herald
July 21, 2005

'Homeland' will be shown at film festival
Sun Journal (Lewiston, ME)
July 15, 2005