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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Calif: Russell Means at Pre-Oscar Screening

Red Nation Films is proud to present

Red Nation Film Festival Pre-Oscar Screening Series
American Indian Cinema Leading Up to the Oscar

Friday February 24th, 2012 at The Sacred Space
6:30 pm to 10:00pm
An Intimate Evening with Legendary Russell Means & Award-winning Film
“Holy Man: The USA vs Douglas White"
Russell Means an Oglala/Lakota and long time AIM activist, civil rights,
Author and Actor was diagnosed with terminal cancer and he has defeated
the cancer. The Washington Post called Means “one of the biggest, baddest,
meanest, angriest, most famous American Indian activists of the late
twentieth century.” Star of Pocahontas, Last of the Mohicans, Black Cloud,
and so many notable films and television appearances.
Reserve Your Seats
Admission: $20 – *Limited Seating*
For tickets please visit:
Benefiting Artists for “NATIVE YOUTH MATTER”  Ending Youth Suicide on
Reservations One Life at a Time.
Opening Traditional Blessing by Red Hand Group
6:30 pm Red is Green Carpet Arrivals,
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm and 2 Films: “LOOKS TWICE” and “HOLY MAN: THE USA vs DOUGLAS WHITE”,
Red Nation Film Lab Conversations with Filmmakers Russell Means
(Actor/Activist/Author); Jennifer Jessum (Director, Producer), Simon
Joseph (Writer, Producer). All will be in attendance.
The Sacred Space, 2594 Lillie Avenue
Summerland, CA 93067, Summerland (Santa Barbara), Ca 93067


Red Nation Film Festival
Home to the Native Documentary Voice – The Authentic Voice of American
Indian and Indigenous Cinema
We hope you will join us for this special evening.
Red Nation Media
Contact: Nadine Aragon at 818.665.5753
Come and sip a cup of tea as you wander our gardens and showrooms. View
thousands of inspirational and one-of-a-kind treasures, garden art, art,
inspirational antique furniture, architectural pieces, deity statues (in
brass, porcelain, gold, silver, stone, marble, crystal, wood, and resins),
crystals, candles, incense, fountains, music, books, CD books, orchids,
and out of this world jewelry. "Treasures from heaven available on Earth"
Our red umbrellas, Buddhas and Deities are visible from Hwy 101
Exit # 90 from the south (LA) or # 91 from the north (Santa Barbara)

The Sacred Space
2594 Lillie Avenue, Summerland, California 93067-0944   (805) 565-5535
Our showrooms and gardens are open everyday from 11am to 5pm
Copyright 2011  The Sacred Space, Ltd.

If you have a problem booking on line you may also call:
The Sacred Space
805 565-5535
And we will reserve your spot over the phone.

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Native American Forum on Nuclear Issues Feb. 27 -29, 2012

Monday, February 27, 2012
9:00 am Native Community Action Council Board of Directors Meeting

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

8:00 am Meet and Greet-Coffee served

8:20 am Opening Prayer

8:30 am Greeting Margene Bullcreek, NCAC President

8:40 am Introductions/Agenda Overview Ian Zabarte, Vice President

9:50 am Congresswoman Shelley Berkeley (invited)

9:10 am Irene Navis, Clark County Emergency Management/Nuclear Waste Division

9:40 am Allison Cook, National Cancer Institute Extramural Program Specialist

10:00 am BREAK

10:15 am Dr. Marty Mifflin, Technical Selection of a Nuclear Waste Repository

11:00 am Susan Lynch, Nevada Agency for Nuclear Projects-Technical Issues

11:30 am Professor Bret Birdsong, UNLV Law School-Yucca Litigation

12:00 LUNCH

1:00 pm Mannetta Braunstein 21
st Century Perception of Risk: Pre-Columbian Case Study

1:30 pm NCAC Board Members Present: Study Guide Curriculum Presentation

2:40 pm Susan Gordon, Alliance for Nuclear Accountability-ER/WM

3:00 pm Steve Frishman/Judy Triechel, Nevada Nuclear Waste Task Force

3:20 pm Linda Cohn, US Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration

4:00 pm Mary Palevsky, UNLV-Nevada Test Site Oral History Project

4:20 pm Closing

Wednesday February 29
, 2012

Department of Energy/Nevada National Security Site Tour

8:00 am Shuttle Leaves

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