Here is a list of films about Native Americans that are appropriate for use in Education 119, Human Relations. Films that are on the shelf may be taken out of the library, but [lease keep in mind that reserve films are available for in-library use only. You may view reserve films in the media room, L207, or with headphones at a public computer. Ask at the Circulation Desk, providing Ms. Brandel’s name and the title of the film you wish to check out.
You may watch reserve films in the Media Viewing Room (Library 207), or on any library computer if you provide your own headphones. Library laptops, available for in-library use, will also play DVDs. Either provide your own headphones or watch in a study room.
Here’s the list:
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, 2007; Columbus Didn’t Discover Us, 1992; Moccasin Flats, 1992; When Your Hand Are Tied, 2006 ; I’m Not the Indian You Had in Mind, 2007; Walking with Grandfather Grey Wolf and Little Mouse Sister, 2006, In the White Man’s Image 2007; Geronimo and the Apache Resistance, 2007; Our Spirits Don’t Speak English Boarding School, 2008; Wacipi Powwow, VHS; The Shadow of Hate, VHS; A Time for Justice, VHS.
Please comment on what you think of these films. Are they interesting, useful or informative?