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Nitsidigo'i'| 4mins
Director: Joshua Gregg and Kira Butler | Producer: Rachel Tso
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: americas, ecology, environment, farming, food, indigenous rights, united states
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
STAR School Kindergarten class visits their teacher's cornfield to learn how to make Nitsidigo'i' (Kneel-Down Bread), a traditional Dine' Heritage Food. Filmmaking by 7th / 8th grade students Kira Butler, Joshua Gregg, and Keanu Jones. Produced by Media Arts Educator Rachel Tso as a demonstration of integrating Place-based Education with Media Literacy, Place-based Media Arts. Music by Radmilla Cody. This film was made for non-commercial, educational purposes only.

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