An hour-long documentary about American Indian people as told through a variety of Ojibwe perspectives. Shot during the summer of 2012 by a group comprised of students from the University of Southern California and Bemidji State University this video is the first installment in a forthcoming series of documentaries on contemporary American Indian lives.
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