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Red Haircrow’s Interview in #DerFreitag March 23rd-On #ForgetWinnetou! Doc, Native #Stereotypes & Eurocentric History

In Der Freitag’s print edition, on our upcoming documentary Forget Winnetou! Going Beyond Native Stereotypes in Germany, historical context and how the USA’s deliberate “alternative facts” or Eurocentric fabrication of history contributes to continuing racism, colonialism and oppression of Native Americans. Stereotypes are a symptom of the overall disease. Interview and article by Matthias Dell.

Our crowdfunding campaign is in its last days, please help us reach our goal and bring this important project to a wider audience, in its best possible form! At IndieGoGo.


Other recent interviews:

March 14th„Ich bin nur dem Nein begegnet“ at Deutschlandradio Kultur (Interview & podcast, in print & online, link to English version at the bottom of the article)

March 4th– “Glaubensbekenntnis Red Haircrow” at Süddeutsche Zeitung (Interview, in print & online)


Other important links for our documentary:

New Team Intro for Our Upcoming #Documentary “Forget Winnetou!”

Introducing new team member: Natasha John, designer and photographer!

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“My name is Natasha John, designer and photographer. I’m from the Navajo Nation, born for the Mexican Clan in Shiprock, New Mexico, but Arizona is home. Since youth, I’ve always been surrounded by design and art. My father was a construction worker and my mother studied art history. From this upbringing I was able to see both sides of the creative spectrum: the technical and the artistic. My father, often lacking a babysitter, would sneak me onto construction sites and my mother would share her art books with me. Ultimately, this lead me to where I am today. I now spend half my year in Berlin, Germany working as Freelance Designer and the other half with my family in Phoenix, AZ, re-embracing and re-learning my roots through photography.”

Welcome Natasha!
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