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Title Native nations [videorecording] : standing together for civil rights / produced by Native Americans in association with B&B Productions for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Published Chicago, Ill. : Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, 2008.
Edition Wide screen version.
 Law media - Reserve  E98.M6 N385 2008 DVD     AVAILABLE
Descript 1 videodisc (59 Min.) : sd, col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Note Documentary.
Native Nations chronicles the American Indians' struggle for civil rights, and the creation of the National Indian Lutheran Board to raise funds and awareness for that struggle. From the controversy surrounding the 1862 trial, when 38 Dakota Sioux were executed in the largest single-day mass hanging in United States history, to the confrontation of the 1960's when many Indian tribes joined together to speak with a unified voice, "Native Nations" tells the story of standing together for sovereignty, justice and civil rights.
Producers: Syd Beane, Michelle Danforth, Frank Blythe ; music courtesy SOAR Corporation, executive producer Tom Bee ; illustration by Native American artist Sam English.
Host: Peter Coyote.
Subject Indians of North America -- Civil rights.
Indians of North America -- Lutheran Church.
Indians of North America -- Relations -- U.S.Government.
Documentary films.
Other Author Coyote, Peter, Host.
Beane, Syd, Producer.
Danforth, Michelle, Producer.
Blythe, Frank, Producer.
English, Sam.
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
National Indian Lutheran Board.
B&B Productions.