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Monday, March 31, 2014

Video: documentary film "Conspiracy To Be Free" (Russell Means, the Movie) by Lifted Films director Colter Johnson, executive-producer Pearl Daniel-Means



Russell Means, the Movie: Watch the 21 minute Trailer-Introduction for "Conspiracy To Be Free"

"The late Lakota activist Russell Means was also a film actor, so this won't be the first time his face has loomed large on the silver screen. But this is different from Natural Born Killers, Last of the Mohicans, two of Means' better known films -- this time, Means isn't playing a character in a story. This time, in Conspiracy to Be Free, Russell Means is the story. The documentary is being executive-produced by Pearl Daniel-Means, Russell's widow, and directed by Colter Johnson" - "Indian Country Today" Media Network.com 



Russell Means Legacy.com - "The film will illuminate the many different methods and talents Russell Means used to galvanize the immense power of the media in his fight for freedom, making an impact through acting in Hollywood blockbusters, writing, painting and fine art, political protests and campaigns. He is perhaps most widely noted for several historic speeches that have elevated him into the pantheon of great American statesmen. Few individuals in history have had such a powerful and lasting impact on humankind’s quest for liberty and freedom."

'We Are All Related" 
a blog post by "Somos en escrito" The Latino literary online magazine

Related posts:
Honouring Russell Means, Remembering a Legend: Films by Explore.org "There's Hope", and "God's Cathedral"

Video Feature Documentary: "Dakota 38 + 2" produced by Smooth Feather Productions and "2012 - Dakota 38 Memorial" Dedication  in Mankato, MN USA

Indigenous Protest: Oglala Lakota Nationals Prevent Oil Pipeline Deliveries Destined for Canadian Tar Sands Being Transported Across the Pine Ridge Reservation’s Treaty Territory

Video Film and Free Poster Dowload: "Honor The Treaties" by Eric Becker (Gratitude, Honors and Blessings to the Oglala Lakota Nation) Poster artwork by Shepard Fairey, Ernesto Yerena with Photos by Aaron Huey 

Native American Oglala Lakota Nation, Pine Ridge Community Storytelling Project (with Aaron Huey photographer and National Geographic)

Video documentary short "Honor the Earth: Ride for Mother Earth - the Triple Crown of Pipeline Rides"