“I use nontraditional materials to weave traditional Onondaga and Micmac basketry forms that comment on Indigenous life in the twenty-first century. I began making “film” baskets in 1985 when I was teaching film theory with filmmaker Marge Brown at Evergreen State College. She suggested that I do a film project.…
In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color), we are dedicated to working individually and collectively through education, research, resource sharing, and conversation to find out what it means to be an anti-racist and an effective ally and find ways we can help to further the cause of racial equality and social justice. We will incorporate anti-racism into our core purpose by identifying the relationship between climate justice and social justice.
Established June 2020.