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Native Silence| 23mins
Director: Jane Wells | Producer: Jane Wells
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: americas, culture, human rights, identity, oppression, politics, race, united states
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Native Silence is a solemn account of the legacy of forced adoption on Native American children, torn from their tribal communities and placed in foster care and boarding schools. Joyce is a recovered drug addict and currently works in the mental health field. Paulette is a mother who ‘doesn’t associate’ with the Natives in her town. Taken together, their stories reflect the struggle that they and many others faced growing up as Native American within larger non-Indian culture.
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